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Volume 72 (2019)
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Predicting Net Primary Production of different Biomes of Jiroft Plain in the Face of Climate Change

saeed barkhori; elham rafiei sardooi; mohammadreza ramezani; ali azareh; maryam nasabpoor

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 453-471


  One of the most important and main components of ecosystems is net primary production, which is an important index for assessing the ecosystems performance in the face of environmental changes. To this end, with regards to the importance of the subject, in this study, to quantify the climate change impacts ...  Read More

Investigating the effect of Marl's physical and chemical properties on the amount and forms of erosion (Case study: Aoun Ibn Ali – Tabriz' s Sorkhab)

Saeed Pourheadari; Hassan Ahmadi; ِAbolfazl Moeini; Sadat Feiznia; Mohammad Jafari

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 473-487


  Due to physical and chemical composition and lack of vegetation cover and therefore less organic matter, Marlons formations are the most sensitive formations to erosion, so that by removing the particles of the soil and transporting their to the lower regions, cause different forms of erosions. Due to ...  Read More

Effects of flood water spreading on soil clay minerals in Bushehr province

Ali Jafari; Aliakbar Nazari Samani; Fatemeh Tavakolirad

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 489-497


  Doing the research for monitoring, evaluating and comparing the results with the parameters of projects is essential in the most natural resources and watershed management projects. Also in flood spreading projects the measurement, processing and evaluating the obtained information seems necessary. ...  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

Effect of priming and salinity on the germination and seedling growth of Stipagrostis plumosa

Morteza Saberi; Alireza shahriari; Marziyeh bozorgmehr

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 513-524


  An experiment was performed aimed to investigate the effects of priming and salinity on germination and seedling growth of Stipagrostis plumose in factorial test and completely randomized design with four replications in laboratory condition. The first factor was priming consist of salicylic acid with ...  Read More

Development of fuzzy water quality index in qualitative evaluation of water upstream and downstream of Mahabad reservoir dam

Shiva Saffarinia; Hirad Abghari; Mahdi Erfanian

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 525-540


  All water quality indicators have a definite answer for the water quality of the stations. The use of fuzzy inference system has eliminated the limitation of the definiteness of the answers and the lack of consideration of the parameters of water quality determination from the standards. In this paper, ...  Read More

A Study on Nursing Role of Astragalus brachycalyx Fisch on the Soil Seed Bank under the Livestock Grazing in Summer Rangelands of Boyer Ahmad County

Parviz Gholami; Mohammad Farzam; Nateq Lashkari sanami; Lale Amouzgar

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 541-553


  The study of soil seed bank provides vital information for rehabilitation and restoration of rangeland ecosystem. In the arid and semi-arid environments, shrub plants may cause accumulation of seed bank under their canopy, thereby protecting them against the livestock herbivory and the other environmental ...  Read More

Mineral-chemical compounds, digestibility and buffering capacity of Carthamus oxyacantha, Echinops ilicifolius, Silybum marianum, and Eremurus luteus

Mohsen Kazemi; Elias Ibrahimi Khorram Abadi

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 555-570


  Khorasan Razavi province has several rangeland species that their nutritive value is still unknown for the animal husbandman. Hence, this experiment was conducted to determine the nutritional potential of some range species containing Carthamus oxyacantha, Echinops ilicifolius, Silybum marianum, and ...  Read More

Comprehensive assessment and prioritization of factors threatening the biodiversity of Choghakhor international wetland

Ebrahim Karimi Sangchini; Iman Islami

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 571-585


  Evaluations of the threatening factors to wetlands are necessary to sustain these ecosystems and improving them. The main goal was to identify and prioritize the factors threatening the Choghakhor wetland watershed. This research has been consisted of a cohort of 315 participants in an exploratory mixed ...  Read More

Habitat suitability and connectivity assessment for a range plant Behbahanian knapweed (Centaurea pabotii) in Southwest of Iran as an invader for wheat fields

Kamran Almasieh; Amin Zoratipour; Kazem Negaresh

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 578-598


  Centaurea pabotii (CP), a range plant species from the Asteraceae family is endemic to Iran and mainly distributes in the wheat fields of southwest of Iran. A study was carried out to determine suitable habitats as well as habitat connectivity of this species in order to detect areas with high habitat ...  Read More

Foundations of Forests and Ranges Recognition Deed's Value in Acquiring the Ownership of Government (The Place of Supreme Court Unification Judgment No 681 dated 2005/10/18)

Hassan Mohseni

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 599-612


  The government, like other people, has the power to own a property. Forests and Ranges became a national and public property owned by the government with the Ministerial act of the Nationalization of Forests. Government ownership of this property is to ensure that everyone should enjoys this asset and ...  Read More

Estimation of annual carbon storage of Astragalus microcephalus species in ecological sites of Nazlochai mountain rangelands, West Azerbaijan

javad Motamedi(torkan); Delshad Bahramini; morteza mofidi chelan; Esmaeil Sheidai Karkaj

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 613-631


  Measuring this year's growth is one of the basic requirements for calculating the annual storage potential of carbon. On the other hand, shrub plants, and especially Astragalus, are considered to be the most prominent and dominant species of semi-steppe rangelands. Therefore, the present study was conducted ...  Read More

The influence level impact of watershed practice on the life of local communities by the factor analysis method, (point ‎of view Hasan abdal basin- Zanjan city)

Mohsen Maleki; Habib Hasani; Masoome sadat Hosseininasab

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 633-647


  Watershed management practices have been implemented to avert land degradation and to enhance people's livelihoods in Iran for several years. The successes of these practices have been quite limited and the rates and intensities of adoption on local people haven’t identified. This study has been ...  Read More

Assessment of Fire Effects on Surface Plants Cover and Some of the soil characteristics in the rangeland of Lorestan province (Case Study: North East of County - Garin Mountain)

amir mirzaei mossivand

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 649-661


  The aim of this study was to assess the regional effects of fire on the surface cover and soil characteristics of mountainous rangelands of Delfan County, Lorestan province, Iran. which seems has significant effect on vegetation characteristics on the study area. Four fire affected sites were selected ...  Read More

Comparison of the effect of three woody species of Daphne mezerum, Amygdalus scopaia and Ebenus stellata on the diversity, richness and production of understory herbaceous species

moslem yazdani; reza erfanzadeh; Asghar Mosleh Arani

Volume 73, Issue 3 , December 2020, Pages 663-673


  Study of the effect of woody plant species on the production, diversity and richness of substratum herbaceous species, especially in the arid and semiarid regions, is essential for the proper management of these ecosystems. Therefore, the rangelands of Chenarnaz region in Khatam city in Yazd province ...  Read More