Volume 76 (2023)
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Volume 74 (2021)
Volume 73 (2020)
Volume 72 (2019)
Volume 71 (2018)
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Volume 69 (2016)
Volume 68 (2015)
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Volume 66 (2013)
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Volume 62 (2009)
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

Comparative Study on the Role of Land Use in Surface Runoff and Sediment Yield Using SWAT Model (A Case Syudy: Beheshtabad Watershed)

Delaram Ziaei; Rafat Zare Bidaki; Aliasghar Besalatpour

Volume 72, Issue 3 , December 2019, , Pages 785-799


  Knowing the amount of runoff and sediment generated from different lands is an important step in land use management. Since it is not always possible to measure these values, modeling parameters, will be a way to achieve watershed comprehensive management. Beheshtabad watershed in Chaharmahal & Bakhtiari ...  Read More

Evaluating impact of teleconnection indexes on river flow forecasting(Case study: Hablehrud River Basin)

Mohammad Reza Yazdani; Ali Asghar zolfaghari

Volume 69, Issue 2 , July 2016, , Pages 515-528


  Watershed outflow has influenced by different factors such as climatic, human and physical aspects and this Variability of effective factors can cause complex conditions, difficulty of flow forecasting and it mainly originates by different local and temporal scales of these factors. Also, some remote ...  Read More

Investigation of the Effect of Storm Occurrence Time on Prioritization of Factors Affecting on Erosion Using WEPP Model Sensitivity Analysis (Case Study: Shanganeh Watershed, Khorasan Razavi Province)

Ali Talebi; Shahrbanoo Abbasi Jondani

Volume 69, Issue 1 , June 2016, , Pages 125-140


  WEPP model needs a great deal of input data. Identifying the model’s sensitive parameters andtheir prioritization increases the accuracy and efficiency of the model. On the other hand, WEPPmodel can simulate processes affecting on runoff, erosion and sediment throughout the year. Thus,model sensitivity ...  Read More