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Research Article Irrigation
Investigating the Role of Natural and Human Factors on Intensification of Floods and Flooding in Kalat City

S. Attaran; A. Mosaedi; H. Sojasi Qeydari

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 421-438


  IntroductionThe world population has grown rapidly over the last 150 years and continues to do so, resulting in impacts on hydrologic resources at both a local and global scale (Yang et al., 2012). The competition for water between humans and ecosystems leads to complex interactions between hydrologic ...  Read More

Research Article Irrigation
Introducing a New Drinking Water Quality Index for Surface Water Resources Using Multivariate Analysis (Case Study: Sefidroud River)

M. Mohammadi Ghaleni; H. Kardan Moghaddam

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 439-458


  IntroductionThe water quantity and quality has always been one of the main challenges in the issue of allocating water resources for different uses. Water quality management requires the collection and analysis of large amounts of water quality parameters that will be evaluated and concluded. Many tools ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
GIS-Based Land Capability and Suitability Evaluation for Irrigated Agriculture (Case Study: Karaj-Qazvin)

F. Sarmadian; S. Teimuri Bardiani; Sh. Rahmani Siyalarz; N. Sayadi

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 459-475


  Introduction Farmers and agricultural products face many risks, including adverse weather conditions, pests, diseases, and changes in product prices, laws, and regulations. The first step in managing and minimizing many of these risks is often choosing the right crops for the area under cultivation; ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
Effect of Soil Properties Modifier on Physiological Responses of Lycium depressum Stocks to Drought Stress

S. Mohammadi; A. Sepehry; M. Farzam; H. Barani

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 477-491


  IntroductionThe aim of the present study was to investigate the effect of soil conditioners on physiological responses (stomatal resistance, leaf temperature, chlorophyll, percentage of root colonization, carotenoids, proline) of Lycium depressum Stocks to drought stress. The experiments were performed ...  Read More

Research Article z
Evaluation of Efficiency between Classification Methods and Spectral Indices in Cropped Area Estimation of Shush County

M. Abiyat; M. Abiyat; M. Abiyat

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 493-509


  Introduction Agriculture is the essential sector for promoting food security. Crop area estimation (CAE) can meet the requirements of the crop monitoring plan. The organizing basis of the cultivation pattern is recognizing the types of crops and examining the condition of their crop area. Shush ...  Read More

Research Article Soil science
Evaluation of Wastewater Effects on Soil Chemical Characteristics, Microelements Concentration, Heavy Metals Accumulation and Mize Yield (Single Cross 704)

F. Alizadehgan; M.A. Gholami; S. Shiukhy Soqanloo

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 511-524


  IntroductionIncreased agricultural activities, the occurrence of successive droughts, and limited freshwater resources, along with increasing population, have made a priority for the importance of protecting water resources in programs of developed and developing countries. Due to the climatic conditions ...  Read More

Research Article Agricultural Meteorology
Evaluation of Streamflow Hydrograph using ERA5 Precipitation Data in HEC-HMS Model

S. Pourentezari; K. Esmaili; A.R. Faridhosseini; E. Ghafari

Volume 36, Issue 4 , September and October 2022, Pages 525-539


  Introduction Precipitation is one of the most important input parameters of the hydrological models for rainfall-runoff simulation, which due to the lack of proper dispersion of rain gauge stations and the newly established some of these stations in most basins of the country, the use of these precipitation ...  Read More