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Analyzing the Dynamics of Social Capital in Development and Empowerment of Local Communities in Arid Areas; Application of Social Network Analysis

Elham Akbari; Leila Avazpour

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 333-345


  In the last two decades, the concept of social capital has been emphasized through its connection with the basic social components, including awareness, participation, trust, cohesion and social network, in the direction of the sustainable development of societies, especially local societies; Therefore, ...  Read More

Comparison of range Condition and management before and after replacing soil condition assessment method with soil factor of four-factor method in Poshtkuh rangelands of Mazandaran

Rezaali Domehri Vasati Kolaei; Mohammad Jafari; Hossein Arzani; Seyed Akbar Javadi; Mahmood Arabkhedri

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 347-361


  The purpose of this study was to compare the condition and management of rangeland before and after replacing the soil condition assessment method in the soil factor of the four-factor method in order to determine the most appropriate rangeland condition method. Rangeland status assessment was performed ...  Read More

Agropyron intermedium species distribution modeling sites with maximum entropy method species (case study: rangeland of Taleghan Miany)

Mahboobeh Abasi; Mohammad Ali Zare Chahouki; Hossein Bagheri

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 363-376


  The main objectives of this study were to prepare a prediction map of the potential habitat of Agropyron intermedium and Find important factors influencing the establishment and distribution of this species and the preferred tendency of the species was relative to environmental factors Using the Maxent ...  Read More

Comparison of the chemical composition of the leaves of eight trees and shrubs for livestock feeding (case study: livestock places around Javaherdeh Ramsar village)

Samira Amoie; Mohammaadreza Tatian; Ghodratolah Heydari

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 377-392


  This study investigates the effective factors in land-holders use of 4 tree species including: Acer velutinum, Quercus castaneifolia, Carpinus betulus, Diospyrus lotus and 4 species of shrubs including Mespilus germanica, Prunus cerasifera , Celtis australis and ALbizia julibrissin to feed livestock ...  Read More

Determining the minimum economic level required for the cultivation of Moringa peregrina in order to estimate the economic benefits of rural households in desert areas (Study area: Sistan and Baluchestan province)

Ghasem Ghoohestani; Salman Zare; Hamed Rafiei; Sepideh Ravasizadeh; Akbar Ryahi; farhad sardari

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 393-408


  Low income level of local communities is one of the causes of natural land degradation. Implementation of moringa peregrina cultivation development plan in the desert areas of southern Iran leads to its economic development. The economic level required by every rural household has become. The research ...  Read More

Monitoring temporal and spatial changes of vegetation and its relationship with climatic variables (case study: Fars province)

Behnaz Asefjah; Yahya Esmaeilpour; Ommolbanin bazrafshan; Hossein Zamani

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 409-427


  The past decade has seen a major revolution in vegetation monitoring using satellite imagery, resulting in quantitative indicators of vegetation with a professional processor in a web-based interactive development environment. In this study, using MOD13A1 and MOD13Q1 products of Modis sensor, the trend ...  Read More

Modeling of land subsidence in Abarkouh plain using Synthetic aperture radar method and artificial intelligence

Zahra Khosravani; Mohammad Akhavan Ghalibaf; Maryam Dehghani; Vali Derhami; Mustafa Bolca

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 429-448


  The aim of this study was to model the subsidence of Abarkouh plain using inSAR and artificial intelligence techniques. At first, the subsidence map was prepared using the 46 Sentinel - 1 radar images (2014 – 2018) and radar interferometry techniques. Then, the Feedforward artificial neural network ...  Read More

Measurement and monitoring of vegetation of saline habitats on the western shore of Lake Urmia

Javad Motamedi

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 449-470


  Access to basic and up-to-date information on rangeland ecosystems; needs continuous and long-term vegetation measurement. For this purpose, during the years 2018-2021 at a specific time, from the vegetation of plant types representing the saline habitats of Lake Urmia, including; Salicornia europaea, ...  Read More

Prediction of some chemical properties of rangeland soils under exclosure and grazed conditions using adaptive fuzzy-neural inference system in Ghoshchi rangelands of Urmia

mahshid souri; alireza eftekhari; Zhila Ghorbani; nadia kamali

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 471-484


  Soil is the most important component of rangeland ecosystems and by preserving it and its characteristics, In the present study, the amount of potassium and phosphorus in the soil of Ghoshchi rangelands of Urmia located in West Azerbaijan province from 2019 to 2021 under the influence of grazing and ...  Read More

Analysis of rainfed orchard development in sloping lands in the two Arid and Mediterranean regions

Mohsen Bagheri Bodaghabadi; Naser Davatgar; Shokrollah Hajivand

Volume 75, Issue 3 , December 2022, Pages 485-502


  Human activities in the range of natural resources affect the sustainability or instability of ecosystems. Therefore, data interpretation and analysis related to these activities can play a pivotal role in assessing environmental issues and problems. The aim of this study was to analyze human activities ...  Read More