Volume 38 (2024)
Volume 37 (2023)
Volume 36 (2022)
Volume 35 (2021)
Volume 33 (2019)
Volume 32 (2018)
Volume 31 (2017)
Volume 30 (2016)
Volume 29 (2015)
Volume 28 (2014)
Volume 27 (2013)
Volume 26 (2012)
Volume 25 (2011)
Volume 24 (2010)
Volume 23 (2009)
Volume 22 (2008)
Research Article
The Effects of Partial Root Zone Drying and Growing Bed on Yield and its Components of Quinoa (cv. Titicaca)

S. Jamali; H. Ansari; S.M. Zeynodin

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 1-10


  Introduction: Since the agriculture is the main water consumer, it is necessary to increase water use efficiency. As a management practice, deficit irrigation strategy is applied to cope with water shortages, especially during drought periods. A greenhouse experiment was conducted to investigate the ...  Read More

Research Article
Water, Energy, Food Nexus Approach Impact on Integrated Water Resources Management in Sefid-Rud Irrigation and Drainage Network

Z. Eslami; S, Janatrostami; A. Ashrafzadeh; Y. Pourmohamad

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 11-25


  Introduction: Implementing Integrated Water Resources Management requires balancing conflicting goals, and the effects on developing countries, which have a poor institutional capacity for change, and suggests a slower pace of integrated water resources management. The growing population of the world, ...  Read More

Research Article
Evaluation Different Methods of Scaling the Philip Equation

M.T. Pozan; M.M. Chari; P. Afrasiab

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 27-42


  Introduction: Infiltration is found to be the most important process that influences uniformity and efficiency of surface irrigation. Prediction of infiltration rate is a prerequisite for estimating the amount of water entering into the soil and its distribution. Since the infiltration properties are ...  Read More

Research Article
The Effect of Land Use Changes on the Flood Hydrograph in the Kashaf-Rood River by Analyzing of SCS-CN Results

M. Mahmoodi; M. Honarmand; F. Naseri; S. Mohammadi

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 43-54


  Introduction: Runoff estimation is one of the main concerns of hydrologists and plays a key role in various engineering calculations and designs. Many factors such as climate, topography, soil properties, land cover, etc, are involved in producing surface runoff. Land use and land cover changes have ...  Read More

Research Article
Land Use Classification and Determining the Pattern of Changes for 2014-2017, using OLI Sensor’s Data

S.B. Hosseini; A. Saremi; M.H. Noury Gheydari; Hossein Sedghi; A.R. FiroozFar

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 55-71


  Introduction: Land use is an aggressive process applying to human activities and different uses accomplished over land. It can be argued that human actions can lead to significant changes in current state of earth’s surface. Changes in surface cover (land cover change) may in turn lead to alternations ...  Read More

Research Article
Detection of Endoglucanase Gene in Cellulose Degrading Bacteria Screened from Forest Soils of Mazandaran, Iran

E. Ghadiri; N.S. Naghavi; K. Ghaedi

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 73-83


  Introduction: Cellulase enzymes are the second largest group of the enzymes with many industrial applications such as in textile industries, production of detergents, animal and human food processing, paper industries and biofuel production. Many microorganisms are capable for production cellulases, ...  Read More

Research Article
Spatial Distribution of Mercury Contamination in Soils around of Kerman Cement Plant

Maryam Yousefifard; A. Jafari

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 85-95


  Introduction: In recent decades, industrial and technological advancements have led to the gradual increase of heavy metal concentrations. As such, this phenomenon of heavy metals being present in the environment at high concentrations causes deleterious effects on various terrestrial creatures and human ...  Read More

Research Article
Effect of Organic Matter Removal on Phosphorus Hysteresis Indices (HI) in Calcareous Soils

M. Mahdizadeh; A. Reyhanitabar; Sh. Oustan

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 97-114


  Introduction: Sorption and desorption are important processes that influence phosphorus (P) chemistry in soil. Desorption is a process more complex than sorption and usually not all that is adsorbed is desorbed. This indicates that adsorption and desorption mechanisms are not similar and it seems that ...  Read More

Research Article
Soil Organic Matter Condition in Forest Stands of Arasbaran

H. Rezaei; A.A. Jafarzadeh; A. Alijanpour; F. Shahbazi; Kh. Valizadeh Kamran

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 115-127


    Introduction: According to important ecological roles of soil organic matter in stabilizing ecosystems, it is essential to consider soil organic carbon condition for managements of worldwide problems such as soil quality, carbon cycle and climate change. Also, organic matter is one of the main ...  Read More

Research Article
The Effect of Bacillus Bacteria on Phosphorus Release from Oil Refinery Plant-solid Waste in a Calcareous Soil

E. Hashempour; M.B. Farhangi; N. Ghorbanzadeh; M. Fazeli Sangani

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 129-143


  Introduction: Due to the increasing development of edible oil processing industries, large amounts of wastewater and solid wastes (SW) are inevitable in these industries. Organic wastes can be used as soil conditioners in agriculture due to the high content of organic matter and nutrient loads. Phosphorus ...  Read More

Research Article
Isolation of Efficient Bacteria in Microbial-induced Calcite Precipitation and Evaluation of their Ability in Control of Windy Erosion of Saline Soils around Urmia Lake

M. Moeinfar; M.H. Rasouli Sadaghiani; M. Barin; F. Asadzadeh

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 143-154


    Introduction: Dust is one of the most important destructive phenomena in the world, that annually causing damage to human health and the environment. This issue ranks after two major challenges of climate change and water scarcity as the third most important challenge facing the world in the ...  Read More

Research Article
The Effect of some Plant Growth Regulators and Surfactant on Safflower in Chromium Contaminated Soil

S. Keshavarz; R. Ghasemi

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 155-167


  Introduction: Chromium (Cr) is one of the toxic metals widely used in leather tanning, alloy preparation, electroplating, drilling mud, refractory steel and catalytic manufacture. Besides the toxicity of chromium to human, it also disturbs the soil ecology and plant growth due to its toxic nature even ...  Read More

Research Article
Comparison of Different Methods for the Determination of Organic Carbon in Calcareous Soils under Different Land Uses of Lorestan Province

H. Sepahvand; M. Feizian; R. Mirzaeitalarposhti; T. Mueller

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 169-177


  Introduction: Nowadays, because of climate change, there is a great interest in carbon cycle. In most of the soils, the main part of carbon is held as soil organic carbon (SOC) whereas, in soils of the arid and semiarid regions, inorganic carbon, primarily carbonate, is the majority of carbon in the ...  Read More

Research Article
Estimating the Soil Loss Tolerable (T-value) Using Linear and Regression Tree Methods

Y. Ostovari; S.A.A. Mousavi; H. Mozaffari

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 179-193


  Introduction: Soil erosion is one of the most important and serious threats to food security and as a consequence of human life. In order to perform soil protection activities against soil erosion, knowledge about the amount of soil loss tolerable is very important. In fact, the soil loss tolerable is ...  Read More

Research Article
The Effect of Particle Concentration and Sand Grain Size on Transport Breakthrough Curves and Retention Profiles of CMC-nZVI Particles in Saturated Media

A. Saberinasr; M. Nakhaei; M. Rezaei; Seyed Mousa Hosseini

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 195-207


  Introduction: nZVI particles are strong reducing agents, capable of degradation and detoxification of a wide range of organic and inorganic pollutants in contaminated aquifers. Understanding the transport and retention of these nanoparticles in subsurface environments is required for treatment systems ...  Read More

Research Article
Genesis and Evolution of Exhumed Soils in Konarsandal and Daqyanous Archaeological Sites, Jiroft Area, Kerman Province

E. Soleimani Sardoo; M.H. Farpoor

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 209-223


  Introduction: Several archaeologists believe that there is a relationship between cultural residuals, human beings, and soil. Soil related factors such as age index, climate change, and paleoclimate are important in archaeology. Soils could be accounted as records of invaluable information. Appropriate ...  Read More

Research Article
Analysis of Effect of the Climate Parameters Change on Runoff and Evapotranspiration of Mehrgerd Watershed

Z. Nouri; A. Talebi; B. Ebrahimi

Volume 34, Issue 1 , March and April 2020, Pages 225-239


  Introduction: In the past century, the climate has been changing on both regional and global scales over the earth. It is also expected that such changes will continue in the near future. Climate change is due to increased greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere. The concentration of these gases is ...  Read More