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Investigation of the effect of nucleos polymer mulch (M19) on controlling wind erosion in the Segzi plain in east Isfahan

Farzad Heidari moorchekhortei; Mohammad Khosroshahi; Razieh Saboohi; Morteza Khodagholi; Leila Kashi Zenouzi

Volume 30, Issue 2 , September 2023, , Pages 196-213

  Background and objectivesResearch has been done on different materials to control and reduce wind erosion. Among them, we can mention the performance of agar gum biopolymer in reducing dust production at different concentrations of 0.5, 1.0, and 1.5%. Its results showed that the addition of biopolymer ...  Read More

Identification of sediment harvesting areas in west wind erosion center of Tehran Province (Case Study: Malard County)

Mahin Hanifapour; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Hasan Ahmadi; Aliakbar Nazari Samani; Hassan Khosravi

Volume 29, Issue 2 , July 2022, , Pages 186-195

        Wind erosion and dust storms are one of the natural disasters that are increasingly facing the arid and desert areas of central Iran. Improper management in natural resources has also had a high impact on this phenomenon. One of the basic principles of controlling and combating ...  Read More

Investigating the possibility of using Imen Asia polymer in reducing wind erosion and dust

Razieh Saboohi; Farzad Heidari Mourchekhorti; Morteza Khodagholi; Somayeh Salehpour

Volume 28, Issue 2 , June 2021, , Pages 280-295

  The use of polymers to control wind erosion has been considered in recent years. However, before recommending them as mulch, their effects on the environment and reduction of wind erosion should be investigated. In this paper, the effect of Imen Asia polymer in stabilizing quicksands and reducing wind ...  Read More

Investigation of Biodegradable Polymer-Cellulosic Mulch Persistence and Effects on Seed Germination and Establishment of Desert

Morteza Abtahi

Volume 26, Issue 3 , September 2019, , Pages 517-530

  Wind erosion and its consequences, such as dust storms and sand movement is one of the environmental problems in arid regions. There are several ways to combat wind erosion, among which biological reclamation using drought-tolerant species and psammophytes is the most sustainable method. The initial ...  Read More

Identification of dust sources in Ilam province

Hajar Ranjbar; Masoud Bazgir; Davod Namdar Khojasteh; Mahmoud Rostaminia

Volume 26, Issue 3 , September 2019, , Pages 675-688

        Dust storm phenomenon is one of the most damaging natural disasters in arid and semi-arid regions of the world especially in Iran caused problem on human health and environment. The main reason of dust storm event can be climate change, destruction of natural ecosystems, ...  Read More

Integration of anemometers data and geomorphology of sand dunes in Kashan Erg

ali Nazari; asghar tavakoli; hoda ghasemieh; naser mashhadi; mohammadreza rahdari

Volume 24, Issue 1 , May 2017, , Pages 67-79

  Wind erosion is one of the most important natural processes in arid and semi-arid areas, occurring as a result of erosive winds. Wind speed, frequency and duration should be considered in studies related to wind erosion. Kashan Erg is one of the most important sand dunes complexes in Iran. To study the ...  Read More

Analysis of erosive winds and depositions drift potential in desert regions of Esfahan Province

Amir Hosein parsamehr; zahra khosrovani

Volume 23, Issue 4 , March 2017, , Pages 832-842

  In arid and desert regions, wind has an important role in soil erosion. The amount of wind energy and its direction variability have significant control on the morphology and maintenance of aeolian land forms. This research was aimed to analyze the erosive winds and investigate the discharge and sediment ...  Read More

Wind erosion values of IRIFER Model and wind erosion meter Comparison (Case study: Segzi Plain in Esfahan Province)

Mohammadreza Ekhtesasi; Asghar Zare chahouki

Volume 23, Issue 2 , September 2016, , Pages 264-255

  Estimating the amount of wind erosion in the plains of Iran is the most important requirement for planning and selecting appropriate methods of erosion control. Two approaches including IRIFR1 Model and wind erosion meter were used to measure and estimate the erosion and deposition potential in the Segzi ...  Read More

Introduction and capabilities and limitations evaluation of aeolian Eight Directional Sand Trap (EDST)

Ali Mohammad Ghaemi Nia

Volume 22, Issue 2 , August 2015, , Pages 356-372

  Due to the difficult field operations in desert regions, in order to measure wind erosion, the use of devices with a high-performance, resistant to environmental conditions and need less maintenance is required. The main objective of this research was to design, manufacture, and evaluation of EDST (Eight ...  Read More

Evaluation of desertification intensity with wind erosion criterion using MICD and FAO-UNEP models in Zahak region of Sistan

Ahmad Pahlavanravi; Alireza Moghadamnia; Zohreh Hashemi; Mohammad reza Javadi; Abbas Miri

Volume 19, Issue 4 , March 2013, , Pages 624-639

  Many studies have been carried out to assess and prepare desertification map in the world. In order to assess the current situation of desertification intensity, a study was carried out in an area of 88350 hectares in Zahak region of sistan. In this study, at first, based on combining information extracted ...  Read More

Sand sources determination based on granolometry of surface soils or sediment (sediment generation potential)

Naser Mashhadi; Hasan Ahmadi

Volume 17, Issue 4 , November 2011, , Pages 499-517

  The results of wind dynamic are transport of soil or sediment particles and subsequently evolution of desert landforms according to the intensity of either erosion or sedimentation process.Geology, geomorphology and climatology conditions of the Khartouran region create a special situation on the closed ...  Read More

The Study of Occurrence of Dust Storms after Taking place Alternative Droughts in Sistan Region

Abass Miri; Ahmad Pahlevanroy; Alireza Moghaddamnia

Volume 16, Issue 3 , December 2009, , Pages 329-342

  Occurrence of prolonged drought was commenced in Sistan region from 1999 caused by wetland dryness in Hamoun Lake and wind erosion. Severe wind erosion and dust storm cause huge damages to various aspects of the people's life in the study region and thus understanding of the impacts of soil erosion and ...  Read More

Aeolian horizontal distribution and maximum transport capacity of wind erosion events (Case study; Fallow lands of Yazd-Ardakan)

Hamid reza Azimzadeh; Mohammad reza Ekhtesasi; Hossein qoli Refahi; Hassan Rohipour; Manuchehr Gorji; Mohammad hasan Emtehani

Volume 16, Issue 1 , December 2009, , Pages 114-123

  Reducing the length of field along the wind path can be a major factor in providing protection against wind erosion. Therefore, the study of sediment transported by wind versus the field length and maximum transport capacity is necessary. As the wind passes over eroding soil surface, the quantity of ...  Read More

The study of eolian sediment origin (case study: Mokhtaran-Birjand plain)

Ali Akbar Safdari; Zahra Mahmoodi; Hadi Memarian Khalilabad

Volume 15, Issue 3 , January 2008, , Pages 304-319

  In the wind erosion process, there are three areas: detachment area, transport area and deposition area. The prevention of sediments movement in the detachment area is a basic task. Knowing origin of sediments of sand dunes, the recognition of the detachment regions is necessary. In order to origin study ...  Read More

The source studying of eolian sediments in the Fadisheh-Neyshaboor region

Hadi Memarian Khalilabad; Ali akbar Safdari; Mohammad reza Ekhtesasi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2008, , Pages 26-41

  In wind erosion process, there are three areas: source area, transport area, and deposition area. The prevention of sediments movement in the source area is a fundamental task. In stabilizing source sediments of sand dunes, recognition of the taking regions is essential. In order to study the in order ...  Read More

Hourly prediction of speed and direction of erodible winds using three hourly data (A case study: Zabol region)

Naser Mirzamostafa; Davar Khalili; Mohammad jafar Nazemossadat; Gholam reza Hadarbadi

Volume 15, Issue 1 , January 2008, , Pages 85-69

  Zabol region is one of the places that is exposed to severe wind erosion, which is located in southeast Iran Due to the fact that, some stations like Zabol suffers from missing data (having five observations instead of eight), thus, the effects of missing data on prediction of wind speed and direction ...  Read More

A combination method of Image Processing and Wind Analysis for identification of sand sources in wind erosion (A case study of Ardestan).

Ebrahim khalifeh; Mohammad reza Kavianpoor; Mojtabah Pakparvar; Sajad Vafaei

Volume 14, Issue 2 , January 2007, , Pages 204-221

  Wind erosion is one of the major problems in arid and semiarid regions, where the erosion and sand transport caused by wind can lead to serious problems for civilians live in those areas. The regions under wind erosion, includes the sources, transition and deposition areas. Amongst them, identification ...  Read More

Application of Filter and Band Ratio techniques to identify and separate active (new) and inactive (old) sand dunes (a case study of Tabas).

Ebrahim khalifeh; Mojtabah Pakparvar; Mohammad reza Kaviyanpoor

Volume 14, Issue 3 , January 2007, , Pages 403-420

  Active sand dunes particularly barkhans are serious threats for adjacent civilians live, agricultural lands and economic activities. Deployment quality and motion paths of these dunes are main targets in wind erosion studies in deposit regions. These targets need the active and inactive dunes to be identified. ...  Read More

Mapping of degradation of vegetative cover,wind erosion and salt affected soils in some of of the yazd-ardekan plain

Mohammad ali Meshkat; Mohammad reza Daneshvar; Mohammad reza Ekhtesasi; Kazem Dashtakian

Volume 13, Issue 1 , February 2006, , Pages 10-16

  Desertification is important for our country because it refer to land degradation in arid, semi-arid and arid sub - humid zones due to climatic and human agents. General and continuous study, local and exact investigation,and use of current quantitative models is necessary to better understanding of ...  Read More