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Relationship between size and shape of habitat Patchs with biodiversity indices of Adoroshk watershed plants (Yazd province

somaye arazi; mohammadhosein irannezhadparizi; Ahad sotoudeh; bahman kiani

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 22 December 2022


  Background: Landscape of an area consists of uniform parts of that land that have components of patchs, passages and bed of land landscape. Since the density and distribution of vegetation in the landscape of the land of the passage of time is affected by many variables and changes. Variety and uniformity ...  Read More

Assessment of landscape connectivity indices and habitat quality to identify essential habitat patches for Ovis orientalis × Ovis vignei (a case study: Varjin Protected Area, Tehran)

Nasim Kheirkhah Ghehi; Bahram Malek Mohammadi; Hamidreza Jafari

Volume 19, Issue 3 , October 2021, , Pages 23-40


  Introduction: Landscape connectivity plays an essential role in the conservation of protected areas. The Alborz wild sheep (Ovis orientalis × Ovis vignei) is the dominant species in Varjin Protected Area. The population of the species has been decreased during the last 20 years due to habitat loss ...  Read More

Impact of the Landscape and Design of Dormitory Environments on Student Satisfaction (Case Study: Girl student residences of the Hakim Sabzevari Sabzevar University)

Hadi Nadimi; Mohammad Reza Faghihi Habib Abadi; Mohammad Taghi Nazarpour

Volume 11, Issue 1 , April 2013

  Today's industrial and technological development has led human beings further away from nature. However, man has always been influenced by nature, and human nature has naturalistic tendencies. Many studies indicate a direct correlation between the levels of enjoyment of natural scenery and people’s ...  Read More

Urban Green Space Change Process AnalysisCase Study: Region Two of Tehran Municipality

Seyyed Ebrahim Hashemi; Mohsen Kafi; Seyyed Mahmoud Hashemi; Mahdi Khansefid

Volume 6, Issue 3 , April 2009

  The city is identified as altered natural environment by excessive changes in nature and increasing presence of manmade structures. Urban green spaces are remnants of nature in this environment and play an important role in ascending the level of life quality in the city. In this study the effects of ...  Read More