Volume 77 (2024)
Volume 76 (2023)
Volume 75 (2022)
Volume 74 (2021)
Volume 73 (2020)
Volume 72 (2019)
Volume 71 (2018)
Volume 70 (2017)
Volume 69 (2016)
Volume 68 (2015)
Volume 67 (2014)
Volume 66 (2013)
Volume 65 (2012)
Volume 63 (2010)
Volume 62 (2009)
Modeling Spatiotemporal Changes in Rainfall for Use in Dynamic and Distributed Rainfall-Runoff Models

Amir Hossein Parsamehr; Ali Salajegheh; Shahram Khalighi; Khaled Ahmadaali

Volume 77, Issue 1 , April 2024, , Pages 33-49


  Aim: The aim of this study is to propose an approach for modeling spatiotemporal changes in rainfall that can be used as input for rainfall-runoff models.Research Method: To achieve this, rainfall data from four rain gauge stations in the Paskouhak catchment were used. Five parameters, including elevation, ...  Read More

Modeling future changes in climate parameters of precipitation and temperature in Semirom watershed

Maryam Asadi; Arash Malekian; Ali Salajegheh

Volume 76, Issue 3 , November 2023, , Pages 271-286


  GCM models are widely used to assess climate change on a global scale, but outputs of these models are not sufficient and accurate to assess climate change at local and regional levels. Therefore, in this study, SDSM model was used for micro-scaling of CanESM2 model data and climate conditions of Semirom ...  Read More

Increasing the accuracy of river network auto-extraction using Parflow and Priorityflow packages

Sadegh Dalfardi; Ali Salajegheh; Alireza Moghaddam Nia; Mohammad Danesh Yazdi; Hossein Hashemi

Volume 76, Issue 1 , June 2023, , Pages 61-75


  Accurate slope map and the governing river network of a river basin are key inputs of hydrologic models. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of the PriorityFlow tool in topographic data processing with the aim of improving slope map extraction in the eastern Faryab Basin. PriorityFlow ...  Read More

Evaluation of Spatial and Temporal Variability of the several datasets for precipitation over Iranian watersheds

Maryam Rostami; Ali Salajegheh; Forood Sharifi; Arash Malekian; TAYYEBEH MESBAHZADEH

Volume 75, Issue 2 , September 2022, , Pages 181-196


  AbstractPrecipitation plays an important role in climatic, water, energy and biogeochemical cycles. Several global and regional data sets currently provide historical estimates of this variable over Iran, including the MWEP and WFDEI forcing datasets and production of some institutions such as MOHC, ...  Read More

The Effect of Warm Phase of ENSO Phenomenon on the Formation of Dust Storms in Khuzestan and Sistan and Baluchestan Provinces

Mohammad Ansari Ghojghar; Masoud Pourgholam-Amiji; Shahab Araghinejad; Iman Babaeian; Abdolmajid Liaghat; Ali Salajegheh

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 257-271


  It is clear that the ENSO phenomenon affects the hydrological and climatic regimes in different parts of the world, but the extent of this effect in different parts of the world has not yet been answered. Therefore, this research has been done to answer this important question. In this research, using ...  Read More

Environmental flow requirements of Karaj River’s sub-watersheds using Flow Duration Curve and Indicators of Hydrological Alteration

sahebe Karimi; Sharareh Pourebrahim; Ali Salajegheh; Arash Malekian; Michael Strauch; martin volk; felix witing

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, , Pages 393-405


  Environmental flow (EF) is the quantity, quality and timing of water needed for ensuring the sustainability of aquatic ecosystems. The Karaj River is one of the five protected rivers in Iran. It provides drinking water for the cities of Tehran and Alborz, water needed for agriculture, and is also an ...  Read More

Investigating Vulnerability of Urban Areas to Flood Using TOPSIS Method (Case study: Azimiyeh, Karaj)

mina pouresmaeel; ali salajegheh; Arash Malekian; amirreza keshtkar

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 23-36


  The complexity of the urban environment makes it difficult to consider all the vulnerable components of the urban. Hence, decision-making in urban environments is one of the most important issues in modern management. As a result, the purpose of this study is to investigate the urban vulnerability of ...  Read More

Evaluation of the Combination of ANFIS Model with Metaheuristic Optimization Algorithms in Predicting Dust Storms of Khuzestan Province

Mohammad Ansari Ghojghar; Masoud Pourgholam-Amiji; Shahab Araghinejad; Banafsheh Zahraie; Saman Razavi; Ali Salajegheh

Volume 73, Issue 4 , March 2021, , Pages 691-708


  Due to the growing development of meta-models and their combination with optimization algorithms for modeling and predicting meteorological variables, in this research four metaheuristic optimization algorithms of Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO), Genetics Algorithms (GA), Ant Colony Optimization for ...  Read More

Simulation and numerical analysis of dust emission flux using WRF-Chem model and GOCART wind erosion schema (dust storm : 20 to 22 July 2015)

TAYYEBEH MESBAHZADEH; Ali Salajegheh; farshad soleimani sardoo; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Abbas Ranjbar; Mario Marcello Miglietta

Volume 73, Issue 4 , March 2021, , Pages 876-882


  Today, the phenomenon of dust is known as one of the most important natural disasters in arid and semi-arid regions. The long-term effects of this phenomenon on the human health index are referred to as chronic disease. Therefore, studying and identifying the patterns and centers of this phenomenon seems ...  Read More

The analysis of structural pattern of inside group social capital of water resources beneficiaries (case study: Doroodzan downstream Watershed, Fars)

jamileh salimi; Ali Salajegheh; Arash Malekian; Abdolmotalleb Rezaei

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, , Pages 499-511


  Studying human and social dimension in the management of natural resources, including water resources has been accompanied by growth and development during past several decades. So, we require planning and policy making for the sustainable management of water resources for achieving human and ecological ...  Read More

Evaluating The Performance of SWMM Model to Simulate Urban Runoff Hydrograph (Case Study: The Part of District 22 of Tehran)

Fariba Zakizadeh; Alireza Moghaddam Nia; Ali Salajegheh; Abdollah Ardeshir

Volume 73, Issue 2 , September 2020, , Pages 337-346


  Over the past few decades due to population growth and urban development, urban runoff has increased and led to different problems such as inundation of urban pathways, dissemination of environmental pollutions and flood hazards. In order to urban runoff management, it is necessary to estimate runoff ...  Read More

Prediction of Environmental Health by Using Gene Expression and Bayesian Network Techniques in Taleghan Watershed

payam ebrahimi; Ali Salajegheh; Mohsen Mohseni Saravi; Arash Malekian; Amir Sadoddin

Volume 73, Issue 1 , June 2020, , Pages 1-18


  One of the important criteria for quality of life is the health of the watershed. Researches in this field show that in Iran, a model for assessing the health of the watershed is not prepared. So, In this study, using the statistical data of 27 years (1990-2016) 5 environmental variables in the Taleghan ...  Read More

Sediment fingerprinting and estimation uncertainty in Toulbane watershed, Golestan province

Meisam Samadi; Abdolreza Bahremand; Ali Salajegheh; Majid Ownegh; Mohsen Hoseializade; Abolhasan Fathabadi

Volume 72, Issue 2 , September 2019, , Pages 443-461


  In order to develop management plans for water and soil conservation, it is necessary to determine the sources of sediment production in watersheds. During the past three decades fingerprinting technique has been used extensively in determining the contribution of different sources of sediment. In this ...  Read More

Modeling of Geometrical characteristics of gully erosion (Case study: Ilam province)

ghobad rostamizad; ali salageghe; ali akbar nazari samani; jamal ghodoosi

Volume 71, Issue 4 , March 2019, , Pages 915-928


  One of the types of water erosion and land degradation which causes imbalance, is the gully erosion phenomenon. Land degradation, a broken ecological balance of the land and landscape and risk of falling at biological resources in these areas, the study of the gully, is inevitable and necessary especially ...  Read More

Assessing the effect of land use changes on groundwater quality and quantity (Case study: west basin of Jazmoryan wetland)

Hamed Eskandari Damaneh; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Ali Salajegheh; Mehdi Ghorbani; Hassan Khosravi

Volume 71, Issue 3 , December 2018, , Pages 563-578


  In this study, the effect of land use changes on groundwater resources as well as monitoring of spatial and temporal changes of groundwater quantitative and qualitative parameters were assessed in west basin of Jazmoryan Wetland. Landsat satellite images of TM 2002 and OLI 2015 sensors by applying of ...  Read More

Effect of land use change and urbanization on runoff peak discharge (Case Study: Zanjan City)

Fatemeh Einloo; Ali Salajegheh; Arash Malekian; Mohsen Ahadnejad

Volume 71, Issue 1 , June 2018, , Pages 205-221


  Urbanization has led to development the impervious surfaces and subsequently changes in urban hydrology. The aim of this study is investigate the effect of land use change and urbanization on the changes of runoff peak discharge in Zanjan City Watershed, Iran. In order to, Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) ...  Read More

Performance evaluation of different estimation methods of suspended sediment load by sediment rating curve in Sefidrood watershed

sedigeh mohamadi; Ali Salajegheh; Hassan Ahmadi; Jamal Ghoddousi; Ali Kianirad

Volume 70, Issue 4 , January 2018, , Pages 977-990


  Suspended sediment load is the biggest non-point pollution source and a major factor of degradation of surface water quality. Because of hydraulic models of sediment transport can not predict the suspended sediment load, sediment rating curves as usual hydrological methods are utilized spread for this ...  Read More

Suspended sediment fingerprinting and uncertainty estimation (Case study: Zidasht-Fashandak sub-watershed in Taleghan)

aboalhasan fathabadi; Ali Salajegheh; hamid pezeshk; Aliakbar Nazari Samani; hamed rouhani

Volume 70, Issue 1 , June 2017, , Pages 57-69


  In order to manage and implement conservational activities in watershed successfully, it is necessary to determine the sediment sources. In recent years, sediment fingerpering techniques have been used for estimating sediment sources contribution. With respect to small source samples, having many answer ...  Read More

Simulation of Daily Stream Flows in Semi-Arid Mountainous Watersheds using Hydrological Simulation FORTRAN Program (HSPF)

Ja'afar Dastorani; Mohammad Mahdavi; Ali Salajegheh; Ahmad Fakheri Fard

Volume 70, Issue 1 , June 2017, , Pages 87-100


  Hydrological Simulation FORTRAN Program (HSPF) has long been used in modeling watersheds and many studies have been carried out around the world in this regard. Hablerood watershed is located in Semnan province with an area of 3200 km2 which suppies the required water, especially for farming, in Garmsar ...  Read More

Optimizing the rate of contribution of different sources in sediment yield of loess areas(Case study: Kechik Catchment)

Ali Fazlollahi; Ali Salajegheh; Sadat Feiznia; Hassan Ahmadi

Volume 69, Issue 3 , December 2016, , Pages 647-660


  Sediment fingerprinting is a method for identifying sediment sources and determining the rate of contribution of each source. In this method, the natural tracer technology is used, that combined from samples collection, laboratory analyzing and statistical modeling. The natural tracers are measured in ...  Read More

Trend analysis of temperature and precipitation variability using homogenization time series(Case study: Khazar Region)

Mojtaba Nassaji zavareh; Ali Khorshiddoust; Ali Rasouli; Ali Salajegheh

Volume 69, Issue 3 , December 2016, , Pages 739-752


  Temperature and precipitation are among important atmospheric parameters for watershed planning. Assessment of temperature and precipitation trends is very important for future watershed planning. In this paper, trends of atmospheric parameters such as seasonal and annual temperature and precipitation ...  Read More

Identification of Homogenous Watershed Basins for Estimating Soil Erosion and Sediment Yield Applying Different Methods of Cluster Analysis (Case study: North Alborz)

nasim arman; Ali Salajegheh; Sadat Feiznia; Hassan Ahmadi; Jamal Ghoddousi; ali kiani rad

Volume 69, Issue 2 , July 2016, , Pages 261-273


  Identification of homogenous watershed sub basins allows generalization of environmental study results. For this purpose, first available data for 27 selected watersheds in North Alborz regarding 21 variables including physiographic and climatic characteristics was gathered. The most important factors ...  Read More

Relationship between Aggregate Stability and Selected SoilProperties in Taleghan Watershed

Mohsen Armin; hasan rouhipour; Hassan Ahmadi; Ali Salajegheh; mohammad Hossein Mahdian; vajihe ghorban nia kheybari

Volume 69, Issue 2 , July 2016, , Pages 275-295


  Knowledge of soil components controlling aggregate stability is very important to soil structure conservation. Also, identification of the critical soil properties affecting aggregate stability is central to understanding where erosion might be located within a catchment as a result of natural patterns ...  Read More

Runoff Estimation of Urban Catchment Using URBS-UH Model (Case Study Baharestan City)

zohreh khorsandi; Mohammad Mahdavi; Ali Salajeghe; Saeid Eslamian

Volume 69, Issue 1 , June 2016, , Pages 39-50


  Quantification of urban hydrologic response of catchments to rain fall is one of the most importantissues in urban hydrology. Despite its importance, there is scant information by means of whichrequired data can be obtained for quantifying hydrologic response. In this study, urban database wasdeveloped ...  Read More

Assessment of aggregate stability and determination of instability mechanism of marly soils in Taleghan watershed

Mohsen Armin; Hassan Ahmadi; hasan Rouhipour; Ali Salajegheh; mohammad Hossein Mahdian; Vajihe Ghorban nia kheybari

Volume 68, Issue 4 , January 2016, , Pages 691-710


  Due to the constraints in determining of soil susceptibility to water erosion or soil erodibility through field tests, use of laboratory methods on small soil samples, are easy to implement and far less expensive and time-consuming. among different laboratory methods based on the soil properties, those ...  Read More