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The effects of vegetation cover on runoff and sediment yield in plot scale of Kheyrud Forest Watershed

maryam etehadi abari; a a; a a; meghdad jur gholami

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 1-14


  Land cover is also important factor for protecting the soil against erosion. A fully forested watershed experiences relatively little surface erosion, but timber harvest alters the canopy cover, exposing the soil to water and wind. Forests provide the maximum amount of soil protection. Reduction of vegetative ...  Read More

Suitability Model of Medical and Industrial Plants of Semirom Rangelands in Isfahan

Fazel Amiri; Hossein Arzani

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 15-28


  Range inventory is the recognition and evaluation of potential and actual production in order of optimal utilization of this valuable natural resource. Determination of range suitability for medical and industrial plants, considering sustainable utilization and creating models for medical and industrial ...  Read More

Regional distribution and clustering of dust storm index (DSI) using linear moments approach

Soheila Pouyan; Mohammad Zare; Mohammad Reza Ekhtesasi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 29-43


  Dust event is one of the common and destructive phenomenon in arid and desert regions. This phenomenon has negative impacts on human life and environment. Dust storms, in addition to soil loss, can cause and aggravate health problems, food production reduction, economical damages into the industrial, ...  Read More

Investigation of the effect of Haloxylon planted on groundwater resources (Case study: Jafarieh plain Qom)

Bahareh Jebalbarezi; Gholamreza Zehtabian; ِAli Tavili; Hassan Khosravi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 45-54


  Investigation of the effect of plant community on limited water resources of deserts is an important issue in water resources management. Different species of Haloxylon are compatible with desert condition and can use groundwater resources due to deep roots and proper structural condition. The purpose ...  Read More

Investigating the effect of restoration action on physical and chemical properties of soil (Case study: Behbahan Chahshirin Rangelands)

alam cheraghian; Somayyeh Dehdari; mohammad faraji; Ali Ariapour

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 55-68


  The present study investigates the effect of restoration actions on Mesquite tree planting, the construction Furrow Contour actions and Eucalyptus tree planting on physical and chemical properties of soil in a Chahshirin in 75 km of Behbahan city. In this study, along with each treatment, a non-operational ...  Read More

Assessment the Effect of Land use based on changes of the land surface temperature index in urban basins (Case Study: Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni, Khuzestan (

Amin Zarratipour; marjan firoozinejad; Khalil Delfan Hasanzadeh

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 69-82


  Abstract The phenomenon of climate change and global warming and its impact on different ecosystems Needed extensive studies. For this purpose, was done Study of the efficiency of thermal bands and land use changes in determining the surface temperature index using a separate window algorithm in the ...  Read More

Dust & Sand Source Identification Using Remotely Sensed Data: a comprehensive Approach

Behzad Rayegani; Susan Barati Ghahfarokhi; Ahmad Khoshnava

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 83-105


  The aim of this study is to develop a comprehensive approach to identifying dust & sand sources and to investigate their changes over a set period of time using remotely sensed data. For this purpose, data OLI data of Landsat 8 during the years 2013 through 2015 were used to make maps of vegetation ...  Read More

Landform classification of karstic area by Goemorphometric Index and Artificial Neural Network (Case study: A part of Korram Abad, Biran Shahr and Alashtar Watersheds)

Alireza Sepahvand; Hasan Ahmadi; Aliakbar Nazari Samani; Sebastiano Trevisani

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 107-122


  The geomorphometric indexes have been widely used for separation of surface landform features in the geomorphology science over the past decades. In this study, Multilayer Perceptron Neural Network (MPNN) was used to provide karstic landform classification. To that regard, initially, geomorphometric ...  Read More

Comparing the topographic thresholds of gully erosion in the agriculture, fair and weak rangelands in the Ghasreshirin, Iran

Khosro Shahbazi; Ali Salagegheh; Mohammad Jaafari; Mohammad Khosroshahi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 123-138


  Gully erosion affects land degradation, particularly in the semiarid reigns. Topographic thresholds are strongly affected by landuse change and destroy of vegetation. The objective of this study was to evaluate topographic thresholds of gully erosion in different landuse including agriculture (AG), fair ...  Read More

Investigating the effect of flowering stage on the quality and quantity of Salvia limbata essential oil in different altitudes inTaleghan rangelands

Maryam Saffariha; Hossein Azarnivand; Mohammad Ali Zare Chahouki; ِAli Tavili; Samad Nejad Ebrahimi; Daniel Potter

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 139-149


  Salvia limbata is an herbaceous plant which belongs to Lamiaceae family and is native to Iran. In this study, essential oils and variety of chemical compounds of Salvia limbata in flowering stage in different altitudes in July were studied. In order to study the active ingredients of plant in studied ...  Read More

Determination of economic loss of soil erosion in different land uses (Case study: Beheshtakad watershed basin in Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province)

Delaram ziaei jazzi; rafat zare bidaki

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 151-165


  Soil erosion along environmental problems. The consequences of soil erosion can be examined from a variety of perspectives.the cost of soil erosion is divided into two categories of on-site and off-site costs. Soil erosion affects the production cycle and economics directly and indirectly. The purpose ...  Read More

Evaluation of the relationship between the quantitative characteristics of vegetation and rangeland condition in the northern rangelands of in Ardebil province

zahra Abdolalizadeh; Ardavan Ghorbani; Raoof Mostafazadeh; Mehdi Moameri

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 167-182


  The purpose of this research is to facilitate the quantitative evaluation of various ecological factors in determining the rangeland condition by four-factors method and six-factors method using mainly structural variables of vegetation. In this study, the condition of 28 sites located in the northern ...  Read More

Analysis of effect of landuse change on soil carbon sequestration (Case study: Vaz watershed in Nour city)

Meisam Alizadeh; Behrouz Malekpour; Hamid Arya; Samaneh Verdian

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 183-193


  In near future, earth's temperature fluctuation will be considerable. This phenomenon is the result of concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth's atmosphere. Therefore, it seems necessary to prevent of its happening. The biological methods including plant biomass and phytomass and soil are proposed ...  Read More

Application of SIM and AHP techniques for assessing of shallow landslide susceptibility in Khiov-chai watershed

Seid Saeid Ghiasi; Sadat Feiznia; Alireza moghadam nia; Ali Najafinejad; Somayye Najirad

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 195-212


  Landslide susceptibility assessment is a primary tool for understanding the basic characteristics of slopes that are prone to landslides. In this study, a landslide susceptibility assessment was accomplished, by adopting the Statistical Index Method (SIM) and the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). Ten ...  Read More

Using network analysis to identify key actors in local benefitiories network in the establishment of participatory management of natural resources (Case Study: Sarayan Watershed, South Khorasan Province)

Mehdi Ghorbani; Jamileh Salimi Kouchi; Payam Ebrahimi; Sareh Rasekhi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 213-226


  Today the concept of participatory management is a functional and modern approach in the management of natural areas. This approach is a comprehensive approach to personal and group stakeholder participation to achieve sustainable management and empowerment of local communities. Therefore, identifying ...  Read More

Modelling and mapping effects of managerial and biophysical factors on occurrence of forest and rangelands fire in Chahrmahal-va-Bakhtiari province using geographically weighted regression

Azam Karimi; Ataollah Ebrahimi; Esmaeil Asadi borojeni; Pejman Tahmasebi; Rahman Tavakoli

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 227-240


  One of the important factors threatening forests and rangeland is fires that leads to destruction of a large part of forests and rangelands. Study of this phenomenon and providing management strategies plays a major role to deal with and control such crisis. This study aimed to identify the affecting ...  Read More

Evolution the efficiency of Random Forest in Gully erosion susceptibility mapping

Somayeh Movahedi; aboalhasan fathabadi; null null; Ali Heshmatpour

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 241-261


  In this study using Frequency Ratio (FR), Statistical Index (SI), Weights Of Evidence(WOF), Logistic Regression (LR), Random Forest (RF) models the probability of gully formation was calculated in Aytamar watershed and susceptibility maps was prepared. First the thematic maps of 13 gully conditioning ...  Read More

Monitoring and Predicting of Land Use Changes in Farsan Watershed Using LCM

Sina NabiZadeh; Ataollah Ebrahimi; Masoumeh Aghababaei; Iraj Rahimi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 263-278


  The land use of the watersheds is one of the most affected and highly vulnerable due to developmental process which effect on the other variables such as the hydrological function. The purpose of this research is to monitor land use changes in the past and to investigate predictability of its future ...  Read More

The Role of Climate Variability on Spatio_temporal of Rainfall Erosivity (A Case Study: Fashand Drainage Basin)

Aliakbar Nazari Samani; Behnaz Zarrin; Shahram Khalighi sigaroudi

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 279-290


  Rainfall erosivity (RE) energy is an important factor on the soil detachment and transition of them implying an important role on the regional potential region erosion. . In this study SPI index was used in order to determine the climate condition and its consequent effects on RE in Fashand watershed, ...  Read More

Determining the Origin of Salinity using Hydrodynamic characterize and Factor Fnalysis method

Hossein Norouzi; Asghar Asghari Moghaddam

Volume 72, Issue 1 , June 2019, Pages 291-310


  the existence of about 6,000 wells in the plain and the extraction of groundwater resources has led to a sharp decrease in the water table and consequently, an increase in the salinity of the aquifer. For this purpose, 27 samples of Malekan water resources were collected and hydrochemical properties ...  Read More