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Estimating the production of Artemisia siberi through the measurement of plant’s dimensions (Case study: southwest Sabzevar)

Yaser Ghasemi Aryan; Hossein Arzani; Esmaiel Filekesh; Reza Yari

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 1-10

  Determination of grazing capacity is considered as one of the most fundamental aspects of range management and understanding the effective factors on it is of utmost importance. Since the amount of forage production in a growth period is the basis for calculation of grazing capacity, in this research ...  Read More

Evaluation of 16 accessions of Festuca ovina L. in the nursery of Homand-Abesard Rangeland Research Station

Taghi Mirhaji; Abbas Ali Sanadgol; Ali Ashraf Jafari

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 11-22

  The evaluation of Festuca ovina L. with 16 accessions was carried out at Homand-Abesard Rangeland Research Station in order to select the best accession in terms of measured variables. The experiment started in 2003 and continued to 2007. After soil preparation, all accessions were planted on lines with ...  Read More

Comparing 3 method forage estimation in summer rangelands (Case study: Sar-Ali abad rangelands of Golestan province)

Seyed Ali Hossaini; Mansour Mesdaghi

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 23-37

  To find an accurate and rapid method of estimating herbage standing crop, clipping and weighing, double sampling, and comparative yield methods were compared in two vegetation types of grasslands and one cushion shrub land in Sar-Ali abad summer rangelands of Golestan province. In representative stands ...  Read More

Investigation on potential of desertification in terms of decay of vegetation Case study: Rude shoor, Qazvin

Saeed Rashvand; Jamal Mosafaee; Mohammad Darvish; Ammar Rafee emam

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 38-49

  Vegetation and biological production is one of the most important factors in providing human needs and sustainability of ecosystems and living organisms. Otherwise, the natural lands will become desert and non-residential regions. Deterioration of vegetation is one of the major causes of desertification. ...  Read More

Range suitability model for common use of sheep and goats

Fazel Amiri; Hossein Arzani

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 50-71

  Range inventory is the recognition and evaluation of potential and actual production in order to take optimal utilization of this valuable natural resource. In this research, range suitability model for common use was determined by FAO (1991) and GIS with consideration of factors that affect the range ...  Read More

Effect of thermal bonding and supervised classification algorithms of satellite data in making land use maps (Case study: Kashan)

Mehdi Jafari; Gholam Reza Zehtabian; Amir Houshang Ehsani

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 72-87

  Today, remote sensing data can provide the latest information for the study of land cover and land uses These images are of utmost importance due to the providing updated information, variety of forms and the possibility of processing for making land use maps. Determining the location of each land use ...  Read More

Study on germination of some perennial herbaceous Astragalus

Sedigheh Zarekia; Ali Ashrar Jafari; Ehsan Zandi Esfahan; Leila Fallah Hosseini

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 88-100

  To investigate the germination of perennial herbaceous Astragalus, six species in different accessions were selected to be studied in a randomized complete block design in which three treatments including control, scarification and chilling were applied for one week with three replications. The study ...  Read More

Application of analytical hierarchy process and geographic information system in capability evaluation of Babolrood basin lands for range management

Omid Karami; Seyed Mohammad Hosseini Nasr

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 101-114

  Determination of land capability for optimal use of land and prevention from land degradation due to improper use is an effective step towards sustainable development strategy. Due to the importance of the issue, in this study, ecological capability of Babolrood basin-Mazandaran for range management ...  Read More

Vegetation changes under exclosure and livestock grazing in Chahar Bagh rangelands in Golestan province

Fatemeh Salarian; Jamshid Ghorbani; Nosrat Allah Safaeian

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 115-129

  Grazing animals affect rangeland vegetation structure and function directly and indirectly. These effects can be assessed in exclosures. In this study, the vegetation composition and some vegetation indices (functional groups, biomass, species diversity and richness) were compared in an exclosure (livestock ...  Read More

Effects of some environmental factors on growth characteristics of stipa barbata species in steppe rangelands of Nodoushan -Yazd

Jalal Abdollahi; Hossein Naderi; Mohammad Reza Mirjalili; Monireh sadat Tabatabaeezadeh

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 130-144

  Understanding the behavior and action of plant species and their ecological relationships with environmental variables is essential as an important part of the information required in range improvement, rehabilitation and proper utilization of rangelands. In this research, the effects of environmental ...  Read More

Introducing three forage species, Prangos latiloba, Convolvulus commutatus, and Stachys trinervis from the Northern Khorasan Rangelands

Mohammad Jangju; Fereidoon Mellati; Zohreh Atashgahi; Majid Vatanpour

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 145-160

  Autecology of three range plant species, i.e. Prangos latiloba Korov., Convolvulus commutatus  Boiss, Stachys trinervis Aitch., was studied in the Northern Khorasan Province. These species provide forage for the grazing livestock in the rural rangelands, especially on the sheil formations. Geographical ...  Read More

Assessment of the effects of floodwater spreading on soil fertility (Case study: Gachsaran floodwater spreading station)

Mohsen Padyab; Sadat Feyznia; Ardeshir Shafie

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 161-171

  Floodwater spreading is a simple method for extracting floods which in most parts of the country are usually lost. However, floods are usually rich in nutrient and can fertilize coarse-grained alluvial fan and floodplain sediments. Therefore, the aim of this research was the investigation of the effect ...  Read More

Autecological study of Astragalus effusus in rangelands of west Azarbaijan province, Iran

Ahmad Ahmadi; AmrAli Shahmoradi; Sedigheh Zarekia; Elahe Ahmadi; Saeedeh Nateghi

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 172-181

  In this research, Astragalus effusus was considered for autecological study in West Azarbaijan’s catchments. This palatable range species belongs to Papilionaceae. In this study, the ecological characteristics (climatic, topographic, edaphic), distribution in the catchments, phenology, root system, ...  Read More

Drought resistance evaluation based on forage yield in accessions of Festuca arundinacea using drought resistance indices

Mohsen Farshadfar; Ali Ashraf Jafari; Iraj Rezaie; Ezzat allah Farshadfar; Farzad Moradi; Hooshmand Safari

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 182-198

  Drought resistance of forage yield for 36 accessions of Festuca arundinacea were examined in randomized complete block design with three replications in both irrigated and rainfed environments. Significant variation (P<0.01) for forage dry matter yield was observed between the environments and genotypes. ...  Read More

Evaluation the effects of climate factors on distribution of the habitats of Astragalus adscendens in Isfahan province

Zahra Pakzad; Mahmoud Raeini Sarjaz; Morteza Khodagholi

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 199-212

  To investigate the effect of climatic factors on distribution of Astragalus adscendens in rangelands of Isfahan province, 57 climatic variables with most importance in terms of ecology of this species were selected. Data were tested by factor analysis in SPSS 16. The maps of Isfahan climatic factors ...  Read More

Effect of fire on activity of some rangeland soil enzymes

Mohammad Matinizadeh; Mahmoud Gudarzi

Volume 20, Issue 1 , June 2013, Pages 213-225

  Fire can severely affect vegetation and soil and prevent different cycles of ecosystems. Enzymes quantities are sensitive indices for soil quality, and the changes in their activity can affect the ability of ecosystem and alter nutrient uptake by plants. This investigation was carried out in Kordan rangeland ...  Read More