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Volume 34 (2020)
Volume 33 (2019)
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Research Article
A Multi-Objective Bargaining and Fuzzy Programming Approaches for Optimal Water Allocation with Emphasis on Deficit Irrigation

Omid Nasiri-Gheidari; Safar Marofi

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 434-448


  Introduction: Due to the rapid rate of population growth, water resource topics wasmainly affected by the economic and social components, however, the importance of environmental issues in such projects has gained more attention. As pollution loads are increasing, it has become more essential to incorporate ...  Read More

Research Article
The Ability of two Plant Species to Uptake of Iron from Substrates Containing Muscovite and Phlogopite

Mohsen Soleimanzadeh; Hossein Khademi; mozhgan sepehri

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 449-459


  Introduction: Iron is one of the essential micronutrients for plant growth. The total amount of iron in soil is often more than plant iron requirement, but the low solubility of iron compounds in many of soils leads to low uptake of this element by plant and eventually, results in iron deficiency symptoms ...  Read More

Research Article
Effects of Cadmium and Zinc Interactions on Growth and Chemical Composition of Corn (Zea mays cv. single cross)

siros sadeghi; Shahin Ostan; Nosratollah Najafi; Mostafa Valizadeh; Hassan Monirifar

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 460-477


  Introduction: Heavy metal contamination not only adversely affects the chemical properties, availability of nutrients and biological activity of the soils, but also causes serious risk to the human health from entering the food chain. Cadmium as an unnecessary heavy metal is highly toxic to plants. Cadmium ...  Read More

Research Article
Study of Magnetic Susceptibility of the Soils of a Toposequence Case Study: Beshar Plain, Kohgilouye Province

Mahmoud Enjavinejad; Hamidreza Owliaie; Ebrahim Adhami

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 478-489


  Introduction: Magnetic susceptibility measurements can serve a variety of applications including the determination of changes in soil-forming processes, the study of parent material effects, understanding sedimentation processes, soil drainage conditions, and even the separation and identification of ...  Read More

Research Article
Evaluation of Dryland Barley (Hordum vulgare) Genotypes Response to the Nitrogen Rates and Application Times

vali feiziasl

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 490-508


  Introduction: Nitrogen is the main component of fertilizer programs necessary for production of high quantity dryland barley. This element is the second limiting factor, after water in dryland areas. So for economic production of barley, the proper nitrogen fertilizer application is essential to increase ...  Read More

Research Article
The Effect of Controlled drainage and Irrigation Management on Growth Characteristics and Rice Yield in the arid and semi-arid

Sayyedeh Maryam Mirabolghasemi; Mahdi Ghobadi Nia; ahmad reza ghasemi; mohammad reza Nori Emamzadeie

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 411-421


  Introduction: Rice is one of the cereals that are widely used food in the world as staple.Rice is the largest consumer of water among agricultural products.At the field level, rice receives up to 2–3 times more water per hectare than other irrigated crop for producing of one kilogram of rice.Accordingto ...  Read More

Research Article
Using the Concept of Virtual Water Footprint in Main Crops Production for Crossing the water crisis in Qazvin

Hadi Ramezani Etedali; Alireza Shokoohi; S. Amin Mojtabavi

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 422-433


  Introduction: Qazvin plain is one of the most important agricultural regions in the central part of Iran. Because of recent continuous droughts and the increases in the demands of different sectors such as agriculture, industry, environment and domestic, the plain is faced witha severe shortage of water ...  Read More

Research Article
Change in Availability and Fractions of Copper in the Rhizosphere of Sunflower in a Contaminated Soil Treated With Chelators

Mohamad Rahmanian; AliReza Hosseinpour; Ebrahim Adhami; Hamidreza Motaghian

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 509-521


  Introduction: Rhizosphere is commonly defined as the zone where root activity significantly influences the biological and chemical properties of the soil. Biological, physical and chemical characteristics of rhizosphere, especially metal availability and metal chemical forms are different than the bulk ...  Read More

Research Article
Land Suitability Evaluation for Irrigated Wheat in Zanjan Plain Using Limitation Scores

Yaser Safari; Mohammad Amir Delavar; Zahra Noori

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 522-532


  Introduction: Land suitability evaluation (LSE) may be considered as a worldwide accepted procedure to achieve optimum utilization of the available land resources for sustainable agriculture. The common LSE procedures, like the widely accepted “A framework for land evaluation” presented by FAO, however, ...  Read More

Research Article
The Relationship Between Integral Energy (EI) of Different Soil Moisture Ranges and S-Index in Medium to Coarse-textured Soils

mehdi zangiabadi; manoochehr gorji; Mehdi Shorafa; Payman Keshavarz; Saeed Saadat

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 386-398


  Introduction: Soil physical quality isone of the most important factors affects plants water use efficiency in agricultural land uses. In the literature, some soil physical properties and indices such as S-index, Pore Size Distribution (PSD), porosity, Air Capacity (AC), Plant Available Water (PAW) content, ...  Read More

Research Article
Maximum Length of Solute Diffusion in a Parabolic Channel under Permeable and Impermeable Bed Conditions

sonia zebardast; Seyed Hassan Tabatabaei; Fariborz Abbasi; Manouchehr Heidarpour; Carlo Gualtieri

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 399-410


  Introduction: It is important to understand the processes of diffusion and transporting solute in the furrow irrigation system, because of their role in diffusion of pollutants in the environment. Movement pattern of fertilizer from the source ofplants is usually under the effect of advection and turbulent ...  Read More

Research Article
Use of Geostatistical Methodto Determinethe Most Effective Aggregate Component for Estimating Soil Structural Stability

Saeideh Bardsirizadeh; Isa Esfandiarpour Borujeni; Ali Asghar Besalatpour; Peyman Abbaszadeh Dahaji

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 533-544


  Introduction: Aggregate, as the basic unit of soil structure,represents a collection of primary particles which their adherence to each other is more than their connection to environ soilparticles. Aggregate stability is a highly complex parameter influencing a wide range of soil properties, including ...  Read More

Research Article
Role of Soil Crusts Bio-Enrichment by Bacteria Inoculating and Stimulating in Nitrogen Increasing in the Erosion-Prone Soils

Hossein Kheirfam; Mehdi Homaee; Seyed Hamidreza Sadeghi; Behrouz Zarei Darki

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 545-556


  Introduction: Land degradation and soil losses are common and universal problems which is a pose threat to food security, ecosystem health and consequently sustainable development and human well-being. Meanwhile, improving the chemical and physical properties of biological soil crusts is an effective ...  Read More

Research Article
Reduction of variable nitrogen river water loading model by variance based sensitivity analysis, Case Study: Tweedriverbasin

majid janfada; D. Shahsavani

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 359-371


  Introduction: The nitrogen cycle may be affected by chemical fertilization and industrial waste water. Nitrate can affect the human body through water and food, which can be transformed into nitrate and nitrosamine as a threat for humans and aquatic life. Therefore, detecting the influential elements ...  Read More

Research Article
Optimization of Land and Irrigation Water Allocation Based on Water Balance Approach Using Linear Programming

Hamid Reza Moradi; khalil Jalili; Omid Bozorg Hadad

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 372-385


  Introduction: The conflict between environmental protection and the economic development by different land uses within a watershed are challenges facing land use planners in many developing countries. Because of the growing demand for water, water resources optimization allocation management is at the ...  Read More

Research Article
Effect of Pistachio Residue Biochar Prepared at Two Different Temperatures and Different Nitrogen and Phosphorus Levels on Some Macronutrients Concentration and Spinach Growth

Hamed Rajabi; Sedigheh Safarzadeh Shirazi; abdolmajid ronaghi

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 557-569


  Introduction: Application of chemical fertilizer is one of the methods to supply nutrient elements for plants and it is an effective method to meet plants nutrients demands; but organic fertilizers such as biochar application can be used as a proper solution to decrease gases resulted from agricultural ...  Read More

Research Article
Determining the Optimum Level of the Nutrient Elements and Evaluating the Nutritional Status of Lisbon Lemon and Perl Tangerine in Dezful using DRIS Method

Salman Mirzaee; MirHassan Rasouli-Sadaghiani; Naser Miran

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 570-580


  Introduction: Citrus is an important fruit crop cultivated in tropical regions of the world with immense nutritional value and advised on daily basis in diet. In Iran, it is cultivated in high reaches of northern and southern regions. The low productivity has been ascribed mainly to the nutritional health ...  Read More

Research Article
Investigatingthe effect of the Environmental Parameters and Suspended Sediment in Coliform Contamination Transport Using numerical model

jalil javadi orte cheshme; mahmood kashefipoor

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 345-358


  Introduction: Nowadays, contamination of water is one of the problems that are more considered. Fecal Coliform (FC) is one of the most common indicator organisms for monitoring the quality of water. The problem that complicates the modeling of indicator organisms such as Fecal Coliform is determining ...  Read More

Research Article
Mineralization of 0rganic Carbon and Nitrogen of Wheat strawresidue in Cadmium Contaminated Soils

zeinab bigdeli; ahmad golchin; saeid shafiei

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 581-596


  Introduction: Dynamics of organic carbon and nitrogen are controlled by several factors, including physical, chemical and biological properties of soil. Heavy metals contaminate soils and change soil properties and affect organic carbon and nitrogen dynamics. Since toxicities of heavy metals are different ...  Read More

Research Article
Effects of Aspergillus Niger and Green Manure on Soil Phosphorus Solubility in the Incubation Conditions

azadeh ehsaninezhad; ali abbaspour; hamidreza asghari; hamidreza samadlouie

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 597-608


  Introduction: Phosphor (P) is the second nutrient element after nitrogen mostly required by plant. P is the main component of nucleic acid, phospholipid, ATP and some coenzymes. The effectiveness of phosphate fertilizer application is only about 15% - 20% and 10 – 25%, based on the different references.Rock ...  Read More

Research Article
Effect of Sugercan bagasse,s biochar on maize plant growth, grown in lead and cadmium contaminated soil,s

M. Biria; Abdulamir Moezzi; H. AmeriKhah

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 609-626


  Introduction: Among wide variety of soil pollutants including heavy metals, acidic precipitation and other toxicants, the importance of heavy metals due to their pollution capacity has received growing attention in recent years. These metals enters into soil through municipal and industrial sewage as ...  Read More

Research Article
The effect of arsenic on phosphorus, iron, zinc and manganese concentrations in soil and corn plant

tahereh mansouri; Ahmad Golchin; Mohammad Babaakbari

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 627-643


  Introduction: Arsenic (As) is the twentieth element in earth's crust and the contamination of soils and ground waters by it is common and disturbing. In addition to geological factors and soil parent material, human activities such as mining and smelting, coal combustion and the use of arsenic-containing ...  Read More

Research Article
Evaluation the Trend and Trend Chang Point of Urmia Lake Basin Precipitation

Mohammad Nazeri Tahrudi; Farshad Ahmadi; Keivan Khalili

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 644-659


  Introduction: Given the fact that Iran is located in the center of the dryland of earth and is significantly influenced by the deserts of Central Asia and hot dry deserts of Arabia and Africa, is one of the most arid and low rainfall land areas.So is the proper management of water resources is of critical ...  Read More

Research Article
Validation of Soil Moisture Retrievals from SMOS Microwave Satellite

mozhdeh Jamei; mohammad mousavi; Amin Alizadeh; parviz irannejad

Volume 31, Issue 2 , May and June 2017, Pages 660-672


  Introduction: Surface soil moisture is one of the most important variables in the hydrological cycle, and plays a key role in scientific and practical applications such as hydrological modelling, weather forecasting, climate change studies and water resources managements. Microwave radiometry at low ...  Read More