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Investigation of cultivation suitable seasons and methods Vicia subvillosa in Mazandaran Telmadare area

ّFarhad Azhir; Mohammad Fayaz

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 534-550


  It was necessary to detect Technical knowledge for advising culturing various plant species which share in production forage rangelands depend on region condition. Vicia subvillosa species seeds were collected from ranges around road direction Azadshahr city toward Shahrood city, on 1900 meter height ...  Read More

Physico-Chemical Properties and Mineralogical Assessment of Aerosols and Dust Particles throughout the Western Iran(Case Study: Abadan & Urmia Cities)

Hesam Ahmady-Birgani; Sadat Feiznia; Hasan Mirnejad; Hassan Ahmadi; Ken Mc Queen; Mohammad Ghorban Pour

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 551-567


  This study investigates the mineralogy and physico-chemical properties of atmospheric particulates collected at Abadan (southwestern Iran) near the Persian Gulf coast and Urmia (northwestern Iran) during ambient and dust events over 6 months (winter 2011; spring 2012). Particle sizes collected were: ...  Read More

Increasing of Bridging social capital for establishment of community- based management in Arid regions

alireza estelaji; ahmad hajalizadeh; masoud heydarvand

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 569-580


  Community-based management is a process of management involving local beneficiaries actively in all stages of planning and implementing management programs so that each are at the center of decision-making. Since community-based management contributes greatly to the improvement of bridging social capital, ...  Read More

Estimates of participation and willingness of pay local communities in protecting and reviving the deserts areas (Case Study: Region NasrAbad, City Aran and Bidgol)

Zahra Eslamian; Mehdi Ghorbani; hamed rafiee; tayebe mesbahzadeh

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 581-592


  In recent years, natural resource economists evaluate and assess the role of natural resources in the welfare of people have put on their agenda. This study, people's willingness to participation in protecting and reviving the desert area NasrAbad, examined the using conditional valuation and tow-dimensional, ...  Read More

Investigating the trend of changes in horizontal and vertical shrinkage and mechanical properties of land subsidence and crack prone soils (Case study: Clay plain lands of East Yazd)

Peyman Amin; Mohammad raza ekhtesasi

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 593-604


  In the last two decades, the land subsidence, especially in fine-grain plains, cracks emerged in YazdArdakan plain, it is called soil crack. One of the important assumptions in relation to emergence of this phenomenon, withdrawal of water from underground aquifers and decrease the hydro dynamic pressure ...  Read More

Estimation of sediment yield of landslide by SHETRAN Model, case study: Zidasht (2) Drainage Basin of Taleghan.

Mozafar Ansari; Sadat Feiznia; Hassan Ahmadi; MohammadAli Fattahi Ardekani

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 605-617


  Soil is one of the most vital natural resources in any country. Nowadays, lands are rarely found worldwide without having severe erosion problem. Landslide is one of the soil erosion processes in which a huge volume of soil is washed away. SHETRAN Model was used in this study to assess the landslides ...  Read More

The effects of natural pozzolans and soil compaction on marls erosion control using field rainfall simulator (Case study: Islam-Qaleh region, Razavi-Khorasan)

mehdi bashiri; Seyede Maedeh Kavousi Davoudi

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 619-632


  The soil erosion affects watershed health and lead to different negative consequences.Marl is an erosion sensitive rock that due to its special physicochemical characteristics,establishment of vegetation on it is difficult,so,it needs to management.One of the soil improvement methods is dynamic compaction,which ...  Read More

Evaluation of groundwater changes in an arid shallow aquifer using groundwater level, electrical conductivity and temperature time series analysis

hamid hosseyni marandi; mohammad mahdavi; hasan ahmadi; baharak motamed vaziri; abdolali adelpour

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 633-645


  Abstract Common causes for groundwater quantity and quality changes are infiltration through the seasonal floodwater, effects of the artificial recharge projects and adjacent aquifers, and groundwater extraction for deferent uses. However, recognizing the impact of their contributions to these changes ...  Read More

Virtual Water Trade and Use in Watershed: (Case study: Baraftab-E Hajiabad and Payab- E Rudan watersheds, Hormozgan Province)

shahla dehghan pir; omonabin bazrafshan; arashk hlizadeh

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 647-660


  Ground water depletion and water shortage are two problems in Hormozgan province which have occurred due to the irregular use and inappropriate management of demand and supply of water in agricultural sector. This research explored the balance of agriculture virtual water trade (imports and exports of ...  Read More

Comparison of three methods of vegetation/land cover mapping, including remote sensing, Physiographic and Geomorphologic

shahrebanoo rahmani; Ataollah Ebrahimi; alireza davoudian

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 661-68


  In this study, three methods were evaluated for vegetation mapping. For remote sensing method, in addition to IRS data of LISSIII, Ddigital Elevation Model (DEM) and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) were used for classification of 14 classes of land covers mostly vegetation types using a ...  Read More

Assessment of application of gridding technique and AHP method for zonation of artificial recharge (Case Study: Chamshor watershed, Kurdistan)

Omid Rahmati; Aliakbar Nazari Samani; Nariman Mahmoodi; bahram choubin

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 681-693


  One of the techniques to eliminate groundwater resources crisis is to carry out artificial recharge projects, which cause infiltration of water from the surface into the aquifer and balance of the water table. An appropriate site selection for artificial recharge is one of the most important steps in ...  Read More

Surface sediments of southern Khuzestan plain classification based on physical and chemical characteristics and determine the most effective factors and variables in the variability of the sediments

REZA SHAHBAZI; Sadat Feiznia; Razieh Lak; Hasan Ahmadi

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 695-709


  Study of surface sediments of southern Khuzestan plain in Shadegan marshes surroundings was made to understand the nature of the sediments, their classification and determining the most effective physical and chemical characteristics of sediments change. Samples were taken from 27 points inside the work ...  Read More

Investigation of Rangeland potential for Apiculture by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) Technique

mahdieh salehi; Hossein Arzani; ِAli Tavili; Mahdi Ghorbani

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 711-722


  Rrecently, rangeland multiple use has been found to be one of the primary solutions to alleviate livestock grazing pressure while improving stakeholder's welfare and per capita income and sustainable management and development. Beekeeping in rangeland as a profitable approach and one of multiple use ...  Read More

Study on the effect of Livestock Grazing on Plant Species Diversity Components in Semi-arid regions

Reza midipour; Reza Erfanzadeh; Marzban Faramarzi

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 723-734


  Intensive livestock grazing is one of the most important destructive factors in rangelands that leads to decrease of diversity and causes disappearance of sensitive plants. On the other hand, considering the scales in assessment of diversity is very importance to study the variability of plant diversity ...  Read More

Landslide susceptibility mapping by use of Weight of Evidence (WofE) and Frequency Ratio (FR) and Dempster-Shafer (DSH) models: A case study of Sari-Kiasar region, Northern Iran

mahvash gholami; karim soleymani; esmaeil nekoee

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 735-750


  Landslide is one of the major natural hazards caused financial losses, in lives and destruction of natural resources each year. The aim of this study was comparisons of three models, namely WofE, FR and DSH to the determination of the landslide prone areas in Sari-Kiasar watershed. In the first, 105 ...  Read More

Effect of soil salinity on the distribution of plant species in arid and semi-aridEffect of soil salinity on the distribution of plant species in arid and semi-arid

leila kashi zenouzi; shahram banjshafee

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 751-762


  This study aimed to investigate the relationship between expression of soil salinity factors and vegetation cover in Foojerd watershed. To this end, the vegetation types in the region and the formation of relatively homogeneous in terms of soil and topography, soil and vegetation were sampled by a systematic ...  Read More

Landslide hazard zonation using F-AHP method and proposition of appropriate preventive procedures (A Case Study: Nekaroud watershed)

Ommolbanin Kazemi Gordgi; Hasan Ahmadi; Mohammad Jafari

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 763-775


  The ultimate aim of any research on the mass movement processes is to prepare zonation map and classify area into different degrees of hazard in order to mitigating related damages. This study was undertaken using F-AHP & GIS within Nekaroud watershed in Mazandaran province. Pairwise comparisons ...  Read More

Prioritize the sub basins to watershed management activities (Case study: Watershed Daryan of Semnan province)

Ali Golkarian; Abbasali Mohammadian; Abolfazl Abdollahi

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 777-789


  The first condition for control erosion and improve of watershed with critical status, identify and prioritize areas and catchments with a critical situation. At the time of control activities implementation, this action causes, more considered higher priority areas and conservation programs focus on ...  Read More

Application of a logistic regression to assessing and mapping frequency of Springs in karst regions (Case study: Bojnourd Basin)

Ali Akbar Nazari Samani; alireza oliaye; sadat feiznia

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 791-803


  Assessment frequency of springs has become an important issue for land use planning, especially water resource identification and environmental protection.The purpose of this study is to produce a spring occurrence potential map in Bojnourd Basin, based on a logistic regression method using Geographic ...  Read More

Identification and prioritize of potential areas to flood inundation in the Dez basin using WMS

hamed nozari; safar marofi; mahnaz edirsh

Volume 70, Issue 3 , December 2017, Pages 805-820


  According to the annual damages of flood in Dez river catchment and the lack of information about water quantity which contribute substantially to the flow of the river in the middle sub-basins, the aim of this study was to determine the contribution of sub-basins flow to total basin flood and to identify ...  Read More