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Spatial Prediction of Soil Surface Organic Carbon Using Spectral and Non-Spectral Factors (Case Study; Asuran Summer Rangeland, Semnan Province)

saeedeh Nateghi; Rostam Khalifehzadeh; Mahshid Souri; Morteza Khodagholi

Volume 74, Issue 1 , June 2021, , Pages 177-188


  Soil organic carbon is one of the most important indicators of soil quality. The purpose of this study is to study the spectral and non-spectral behaviors of soil in order to estimate the organic carbon of topsoil using factor analysis and multiple regression methods in the semi-steppe rangelands of ...  Read More

Impact of land use changes from rangeland to horti-agriculture on soil total carbon and particulate organic matter in micro- and macro aggregates (Case study: Salavatabad, Sanandaj)

Leila Zandi; Reza Erfanzadeh; Hamid Joneidi-Jafari

Volume 69, Issue 3 , December 2016, , Pages 587-596


  This study aimed to determine the effect of land use changes from rangeland to horti-agricultural lands on the most important qualitative characteristics of soil such as total soil carbon and particulate organic matter, in Salavatabad region, Sanandaj. In the present study, one rangeland, two cultivated ...  Read More

Evaluating the relationship between Atriplex halimus density with soil carbon sequestration (case study: semi-arid rangeland of Incheborun, Golestan Province)

Roya Vazirian; Hamid Reza Asgari; Majid Ownegh; Chooghi Bairam Komaki

Volume 68, Issue 1 , June 2015, , Pages 173-180


  Understanding the relationship between soil and plant is essential for reclamation of degraded lands. In order to investigate the relationship between Atriplex halimus density with carbon sequestration the rangeland of Incheborun was studied. Soil samples were collected randomly by Auger in the depth ...  Read More