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Investigation of biopolymer mulch effects on water holding capacity in sand (case study: sand dunes of Kashan)

Mohsen Asadollahi; Mohammad Jafari; vahid sayare; Ali esmaeili; Mohammad Tahmoures

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 233-243


  Wind erosion is one of the most important aspects of land degradation in arid and semi-arid regions, which 20% of land area of the world has been influenced by wind erosion. The wind increases the desertification process by displacing sand dunes. Therefore, the stabilizition and preventing the moving ...  Read More

Modeling the Time Series of Flood Flows of Gorganroud River

MohammadReza Akbari; majid rahimi

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 245-255


  Extreme events such as drought and floods in Iran have always been one of the most important and harmful issues in the country and their occurrence and prediction have been in the focus of most researchers. Occurrence of floods in recent years and the inability of the management system to act in a timely ...  Read More

The Effect of Warm Phase of ENSO Phenomenon on the Formation of Dust Storms in Khuzestan and Sistan and Baluchestan Provinces

Mohammad Ansari Ghojghar; Masoud Pourgholam-Amiji; Shahab Araghinejad; Iman Babaeian; Abdolmajid Liaghat; Ali Salajegheh

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 257-271


  It is clear that the ENSO phenomenon affects the hydrological and climatic regimes in different parts of the world, but the extent of this effect in different parts of the world has not yet been answered. Therefore, this research has been done to answer this important question. In this research, using ...  Read More

Routing and investigating the movement of dust production sources in the formation of sand dunes using the HYSPLIT model(Case study: East of Qom province, Jalali sandy land)

Sadegh Abravesh; shirin mohamadkh; mohammadreza sarvati; manijeh ghohrodi

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 273-286


  Today, the dust problem has become a regional and global crisis. Dust and sandstorms can be considered as funding sources for the formation of sand dunes. The purpose of this study is to investigate the movement of dust production sources and their role in the formation of sand dunes in the Jalali sandy ...  Read More

Estimation of runoff and sediment yield using IntErO model in two watersheds in Kohgiluyeh and Boyerahmad province

Mohsen Armin; Sayed Alisaleh Velayatinejad; Vajihe Ghorbannia Kheybari; Fateme Taatpour; Morteza Behzadfar

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 287-301


  This research was conducted in two watersheds Dasht-e-Room in Boyerahmad county and Kareh in Dena county using IntErO model. After collecting basic information; the 26 input variables were extracted and calculated using topographic, pedologic, and geologic and land use maps and climatic data i. The results ...  Read More

Analysis of Factors Affecting Resilience of Local Communities in the Face of Climate Fluctuations in Yazd

Reza Bagheri; Mehdi Ghorbani; Shahram Khalighi Sigaroudi; Amir Alambeigi

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 303-321


  Water deficit caused by climate change due to the extent and magnitude of the social and economic damages it causes, is one of the most dangerous natural disasters that causes irreparable damage to the agricultural and water resources of the country. In other words, it has devastating effects on the ...  Read More

Effects of hydropriming and drought stress on germination traits and seedling growth of Cymbopogon olivieri

Mohammad Pichand; Ghasem Ali Dianati Tilaki; Ehsan Sadati

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 323-338


  To evaluate the effects of hydropriming and drought stress on germination traits of cymbopogon olivieri the experimental design was two factors factorial arranged in a completely randomized design, with four replications and 50 seeds per replicate. The first factor was hydropriming (in four levels), ...  Read More

Evaluation of vegetation role and climatic factors of southern plains of alborz in spatial and temporal distribution of dust phenomenon

mojtaba jannatrostami; mohammad rahimi; hassan kaboli

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 339-358


  Most of the studies on dust storms are concentrated in the western-eastern provinces of the country and less research has been done in other parts of Iran. In this research, some of the southern plains of Alborz; which have the potential to produce dust were selected. Daily data of 18 meteorological ...  Read More

Simulation and prediction of climatic components of maximum and minimum temperature using CanESM2 model output in future periods, Case study ؛ Meyme plain, Isfahan province

Sahar Zakeri Anaraki; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Hassan Khosravi; Hossein Azarnivand; Arash Malekian

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 359-372


  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report shows that the world average temperature has increased to 0.6 ° C ± 0.2 ° C in the twentieth century. Therefore, long-term prediction of climate variables and the consideration of measures to mitigate the adverse effects of climate change ...  Read More

Risk Analysis and ranking of sub-basins in order to locate LIDs for controlling urban flood (case study: district 10 and 11 of Mashhad)

Hamed Zahedi Khameneh; Saeed Reza Khodashenas

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 373-392


  In this study, the surface water collection systems of districts 10 and 11 of Mashhad were modeled and evaluated using risk analysis. Sub-basins were also ranked in order to locate the implementation of low impact development (LID) practices. The results showed that although the collection system has ...  Read More

Environmental flow requirements of Karaj River’s sub-watersheds using Flow Duration Curve and Indicators of Hydrological Alteration

sahebe Karimi; Sharareh Pourebrahim; Ali Salajegheh; Arash Malekian; Michael Strauch; martin volk; felix witing

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 393-405


  Environmental flow (EF) is the quantity, quality and timing of water needed for ensuring the sustainability of aquatic ecosystems. The Karaj River is one of the five protected rivers in Iran. It provides drinking water for the cities of Tehran and Alborz, water needed for agriculture, and is also an ...  Read More

Relationship Between environmental Factors and Plant Composition By Multivariate Analysis

afshin sadeghirad; Negar Eini; Atefeh Fatahi; Harir Sohrabi

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 407-421


  Any plant according to its needs selects an optimal location of the environment as habitat. The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between plant species composition and edaphotopopographic factors in the steppe rangelands of Marvdasht in Fars province. Soil and vegetation sampling was ...  Read More

Investigation of the frequency of landslide occurrence with active technology in the northern region of Qazvin

saeedmohammad sabouri; hossein hajialibegi; morteza talebian; morteza fattahi

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 423-436


  Tectonic activities by the occurrence of earthquakes and the creation of driving force, tectonic uplifts, fissures and fractures caused by faults, creating and seam and cracks in rocks and accelerating the process of mechanical and chemical weathering, creating fault gouges and fault shear as the materials ...  Read More

Effect of Biochars and Lead (Pb) Polluation on some Properties of a Rangeland Soil under Panicum miliaceum cultivation

Ali Reza Mahmoodi; Ali Tavili; Hamid Reza Boostani; Mohammad Jafari; Salman Zare

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 437-451


  An appropriate amount of soil was picked up from the surface horizon (0-30 cm) from the rangeland of Darab city. After air drying and passing through a 2 mm sieve, some physical and chemical properties of the soil were measured. A factorial pot experiment was conducted in a completely randomized design ...  Read More

Evaluation of Accuracy of ECMWF Re-Analysis Data in Estimation of Soil Depths Temperature Changes (Case Study of Tehran)

Masoumeh Moghbel

Volume 74, Issue 2 , September 2021, Pages 453-468


  Soil depth temperature is one of the most effective factors on agricultural products. However, the it has highest missing data in synoptic weather stations. Hence, this research aims to evaluate soil depth temperature changes and determine the accuracy and applicability of ECMWF re-analysis data in estimation ...  Read More