Volume 75 (2022)
Volume 74 (2021)
Volume 73 (2020)
Volume 72 (2019)
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Volume 69 (2016)
Volume 68 (2015)
Volume 67 (2014)
Volume 66 (2013)
Volume 65 (2012)
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Capability of derived vegetation indices from remotely sensed data for burned area discrimination in semi-steppic rangeland (case study of CHB province, Iran)

Ali Mohammadian; Esmaeil Asadi Borujeni; Ataollah Ebrahimi; Pejman Tahmasebi; Ali Asghar Naghipour borj

Volume 74, Issue 4 , March 2022, , Pages 837-850


  Nowadays, using satellite imagery is one of the fastest and lowest-cost methods in rangeland assessment. Also, remote sensing-based vegetation indices are among the most widely used tools to assess and monitor vegetation changes, especially in the post-fire period, and to map the burned regions in rangelands. ...  Read More

Modelling and mapping effects of managerial and biophysical factors on occurrence of forest and rangelands fire in Chahrmahal-va-Bakhtiari province using geographically weighted regression

Azam Karimi; Ataollah Ebrahimi; Esmaeil Asadi borojeni; Pejman Tahmasebi; Rahman Tavakoli

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, , Pages 227-240


  One of the important factors threatening forests and rangeland is fires that leads to destruction of a large part of forests and rangelands. Study of this phenomenon and providing management strategies plays a major role to deal with and control such crisis. This study aimed to identify the affecting ...  Read More

Relationship between morphological characteristics of seeds in semi-steppe rangelands with Endozoochory

sepideh fazelian; Pejman tahmasbi; Hamzehali Shirmardi

Volume 67, Issue 4 , May 2015, , Pages 571-585


  Endozoochory is one of the seed dispersal modes through animal’s digestive systems transmission and the increases rate germination and plant establishment. The aim of this study, investigated the relationship between seed characteristics and the passage through the digestive tract of livestock ...  Read More

An investigation on detrimental effect and potential use of fire as a management tool for plant community composition in semi-steppe rangelands, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province

Pejman Tahmasbi

Volume 66, Issue 2 , July 2013, , Pages 287-298


  Fire is one of the most important ecological factors in semi-steppe rangelands directing plant community composition, diversity, structure and function of ecosystems. Our primary aim was to examine the effect of fire on plant community composition, diversity, plant species restoration and animal selectivity ...  Read More