Restoring vegetation can change the structure and dynamics of vegetation, as well as the change in other parts of the ecosystem such as soil. The success of recovery efforts will be achieved when assessing the characteristics of ecosystems over time and comparing with the control areas. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate the effects of reducing plant cover and soil carbonation in rangelands of the southern slopes of central Alborz. Sampling from vegetation during the growing season of May and May was done in a systematic-random manner in 400 plots of 2 m2, along 40 transects of 100 meters. In each plot, crown cover percentage, species presence, functional characteristics of species including vegetative form, distribution type, pollination type and biological form were recorded. During each transect, two soil samples were harvested at different depths of 0-15 and 30-30 cm in different treatment and control areas. A total of 160 soil samples were collected from four different regenerative operations including clamping, seeding, grazing management, grazing and a natural rangeland as a control site. . showed that biological measures significantly changed the canopy cover percentage of three herbs. In the meanwhile, the Graminea strain in the regeneration zone and the legumes of Leguminosae and Cruciferae in the area had a significantly higher mean canopy percentage. The percentage of organic matter and the amount of organic carbon sequstration in the two depths of the soil and bottom of the soil in different biological operations at level have a significant difference.