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Research Article Irrigation
Assessment the Effective Factors on Production and Transportation of Suspended Sediments using Gamma Test and PCA Techniques

A. Mosaedi; E. Ramezanipour; M. Mesdaghi; M. Tajbakhshian

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 613-625


  Introduction: Soil erosion and sediment transportation decrease water resources, and cause many social and economic problems. On the other hand, sediment transportation by rivers causes problems such as water quality degradation, reservoirs sedimentation, redirect of rivers, or decrease in their transportability. ...  Read More

Research Article Irrigation
Simulation of Growth and Development of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) under Drought Stress: 2- Simulation of Water Productivity, Above Ground Biomass and Yield

E. Farrokhi; M. Nassiri Mahallati; A. Koocheki; alireza beheshti

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 627-643


  Introduction: Predicting yield is increasingly important to optimize irrigation under limited available water to enhance sustainable production. Calibrated crop simulation models therefore increasingly are being used an alternative means for rapid assessment of water-limited crop yield over a wide range ...  Read More

Research Article Irrigation
Investigating the Source and Factors Affecting Sulfate Concentration and Isotopic (34S and 18O) Variations in Water Resources of Sarpol-e Zahab Region

H. Mohammadzadeh; M. Bonyabadi; F. Jangjoo

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 645-658


  Introduction: Sulfate is one of the important groundwater pollutant sources in many parts of the world and it can enter into groundwater from various sources, such as lithology (dissolution of evaporative and pyrite oxidation), atmosphere (sea water spray), industrial (combustion of fossil fuels, sulfide- ...  Read More

Research Article Irrigation
The Effect of Different Probability Levels in Estimating the Net Water Requirement of Rice in the Northern Provinces of Iran

E. Asadi Oskouei; S. Kouzegaran; M.R. Yazdani; A. Rahmani

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 659-671


  Introduction: Correct assessment of evapotranspiration fluctuations in different meteorological scenarios plays an important role in the optimal management of water resources. Probability analyzes with different probabilities of occurrence can increase flexibility in decision making and increase the ...  Read More

Research Article Irrigation
Investigation of the Role of Sand- Geotextile-Zeolite Composite Filters on some Wastewater Properties

H. Shirvani Ichi; M. Ghobadinia; negar nourmahnad; Seyed Hassan Tabatabaei

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 673-687


  Introduction: Nowadays, the use of effluent in irrigation and especially drip irrigation systems has increased. The findings uncovered that drip irrigation is assumed as the only method which is capable of overcoming specific problems caused by wastewater usage. In this study, the efficiency of sand ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
Effect of Bio-Nutrition and Seed Priming on Growth and Yield of Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Kaboli Type

H. Auobi; J. Nabati; Ahmad Nezami; M. Kafi

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 689-701


  Introduction: The excessive use of chemical fertilizers devastates soil fertility and causes different types of environmental pollution. Therefore, using adequate eco-friendly fertilizers in agriculture enhances productivity but has no adverse effect on nature. Recently, there has been reported that ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
Application of FAO Agro-ecological Model for Locating Areas Prone to Pistachio Cultivation in East Azerbaijan Province

A. Farajnia; K. Moravej; P. Alamdari; M. Eslahi

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 703-717


  Introduction: FAO agro-ecological model determines the production capacity, creating a logical relationship between the natural potential of the environment, the needs of communities, human activities, and sustainable adaptation. With the development of plant growth simulation models, researchers have ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
Modeling the Vertical Soil Calcium Carbonate Equivalent Variation by Machine Learning Algorithms in Qazvin Plain

S.R. Mousavi; F. Sarmadian; M. Omid; P. Bogaert

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 719-734


  Introduction: Calcium Carbonate Equivalent (CCE) is one of the key soils properties in arid and semi-arid regions. The study of spatial variability of surface and subsurface layers is important in the sustainable land management of arable soils. This study aimed to model the spatial distribution of CCE ...  Read More

Research Article Agricultural Meteorology
Investigating the Effect of Heat Waves on the Intensification of Thermal Islands in Sanandaj City From 1989 to 2018

R. Maleki Meresht; B. Sobhani; M. Moradi

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 735-747


  Introduction: Heat waves (HWs) are one of the most important climatic disasters that have devastating environmental consequences in nature every year). The purpose of this study is investigation of the effect of heat waves on the intensification of thermal islands in Sanandaj city from 1989 to 2018. ...  Read More

Research Article Agricultural Meteorology
Evaluation of Chaharmahal va Bakhtiari Rain Gauge Stations Network Using Kriging and Entropy

S. Bayati; Kh. Abdollahi

Volume 35, Issue 5 , November and December 2021, Pages 749-761


  Introduction: Rainfall data are required for planning, designing, developing and managing water resources projects as well as hydrological studies. Some previous studies have suggested increasing the density of the rain gauge network to reduce the estimation error. However, more operational stations ...  Read More