Volume 21 (2023)
Volume 20 (2022-2023)
Volume 18 (2020-2021)
Volume 17 (2019-2020)
Volume 16 (2018-2019)
Volume 15 (2017-2018)
Volume 14 (2016-2017)
Volume 13 (2015-2016)
Volume 12 (2014-2015)
Volume 11 (2013-2014)
Volume 10 (2012-2013)
Volume 9 (2011-2012)
Volume 8 (2010-2011)
Volume 7 (2009-2010)
Volume 6 (2008-2009)
Volume 5 (2007-2008)
Volume 4 (2006-2007)
Volume 3 (2005-2006)
Volume 2 (2004-2005)
Volume 1 (2003-2004)
Original Article
Foreign direct investment and pollution control’s effects on the environmental quality in MENA countries

Ahmad Fatahi Ardakani; Ahmad Soltani-Zoghi; Afsaneh Serajeddin

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 1-20


  Introduction: By increasing pollution and environmental crises, governments have set out a set of environmental policies and regulations aiming at improving environmental quality. The effectiveness of environmental regulations is a problem that many policymakers and governments ignore. The purpose of ...  Read More

Original Article
A systematic review of design solution for urban agriculture in allotment areas

Maryam Jahed; Seyed-Abbas Yazdanfar; Saeid Norouzian-Maleki

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 21-38


  Introduction:Alteration of greenland into residential areas is one of the effects of growing cities; this has caused many environmental and dietary problems. As greenland converted to urban areas, fields shrunk, so food security decreased. Lack of management about wastes results in increasing air and ...  Read More

Original Article
The impact of biological inputs on drought stress resistance in Celtis caucasica L. seedlings

Amin Heidarpour Monfared; Mohammad Reza Pourmajidian; Farhad Rejali; Mohammad Hojati; Parvin Ramak

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 39-56


  Introduction: Unfavorable environmental conditions result in stress in plants and so disrupt their growth and survival. Today, soil microorganisms, especially fungi and growth-promoting bacteria, involved in various biological processes in plant growth and soil nutrient cycling, are suggested to reduce ...  Read More

Original Article
Risk assessment of using output effluent of urban wastewater treatment plants (Case study: Northern Isfahan wastewater treatment plant)

Elahe Vaseghi; Mohammad Reza Zare Mehrjerdi; Alireza Nikouei; Hossein Mehrabi Boshrabadi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 57-70


   Introduction: Given the scarcity of water resources in many parts of the country, the increasing need for water, and increased volume of urban wastewater, planning to use the effluent of urban wastewater treatment plants by considering the environmental aspects as an appropriate solution is regarded ...  Read More

Original Article
Investigating the factors affecting corrosion and precipitation changes along Gorganroud River, Golestan Province

Mojtaba G. Mahmoodlu; Nader Jandaghi; Maryam Sayadi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 71-90


  Introduction: Corrosion and precipitationare physicochemical processes that reduce the amount of water flow in water transfer pipes and the effective life of water supply facilities, increase the energy consumption for water transfer, and cause some diseases among consumers. The present study was conducted ...  Read More

Original Article
Identifying dust springs using WRF-Chem model and GOCART and AFWA wind erosion schemas (simulated dust storm on 05/22/2018)

Farshad Soleimani Sardoo; Tayebeh Mesbahzadeh; Ali Salajeghe; Gholamreza Zehtabian; Abbas Ranjbar; Mario Marcello miglietta; Sara Karami

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 91-110


  Introduction: Today, dust is a major challenge for human societies. Dusts have a significant impact on the Earth's radiation budget, global biochemical cycles, soil formations, and chemical compounds in the atmosphere. This phenomenon can affect public health indicators. The Iranian Central Plateau is ...  Read More

Original Article
Investigating the effect of drilling mud-cutting on the contamination level of heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (case study: Well B of Azadegan South Oil Field)

Hamid Sarkheil; Meisam Fathi Nooran; Mojtaba Kalhor; Yousef Azimi; Mohammad Talaeian Araghi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 111-126


  Introduction: The process of extracting and exploiting oil and gas resources requires a cycle of production, delivery, and recycling of drilling mud or drilling fluid to achieve the right composition of drilling mud and recycling it as a fundamental issue in the oil industry and also, the environment. ...  Read More

Original Article
Explanation of contingency planning approach to promoting cultural landscape in interaction with human ecology over time

Ali Hosseinpour; Darioush Moradi Chadegani; Shirin Toghyani; Elham Nazemi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 127-150


   Introduction: The cultural landscape since the 1990s was introduced by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as an interdisciplinary subject, and formally was determined on the agenda of the organization’s member communities, while since the 1920s, ...  Read More

Original Article
Water quality assessment of Kalan Malayer Dam Lake using NSFWQI index and its zoning using GIS

Hajar Merrikhpour; Bahare Lorestani; Mehrdad Cheraghi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 151-168


  Introduction: In recent years, changes in the amount, distribution, and quality of surface water around the world have led to special attention to these resources. So, according to the economic concerns in the social development of countries, it is important to access water of good quality. The study ...  Read More

Original Article
Evaluation of groundwater level drop and management of its effects (case study: Chahardoli plain of Asadabad)

Payam Yadollahi; Babak Zohrabi; Hamid Reza Jafari; Nemat Hassani; Ali Asghar Mortazavi; Adel Ghasemi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 169-186


  Background: One of the major challenges of groundwater is its over-consumption in agriculture. Therefore, it is necessary to pay attention to water resources management to prevent the drop in groundwater levels. Chahardoli Plain in Hamadan Province has faced an increase in groundwater abstraction in ...  Read More

Original Article
Potential impacts of climate change on the distribution of the Yellow-spotted mountain newt Neurergus derjugini (Nesterov, 1916)

Maryam Malekoutian; Mozafar Sharifi; Somaye Vaissi

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 187-204


  Introduction: Climate change is recognized as one of the largest threats to biodiversity and is expected to result in shifting species distributions and increasing extinction risk of populations that are unable to adapt or relocate to suitable habitats. In the present study, habitat suitability of the ...  Read More

Original Article
Energy utilization potential of Saravan landfill in Rasht with life cycle assessment approach

Ali Ahmadi Orkomi; Maryam Malekpour

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 205-224


    Introduction: In addition to causing pollution, landfills also produce greenhouse gases. One of the best methods to assess landfills' environmental impact is to calculate and compare life cycle assessment (LCA) indicators to determine the relative stability of systems. The purpose of this study ...  Read More

Original Article
Factors affecting the possibility of using renewable energy in the agricultural sector from the viewpoint of Agricultural Jihad experts in Urmia

Fatemeh Kazemiyeh; Asma Eidi; Hosein Raheli

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 225-240


    Introduction: The use of renewable energy is a prerequisite for sustainable development. In this regard, the purpose of this study was to explain the factors affecting the possibility of using renewable energy in the agricultural sector from the perspective of experts of the Agricultural Jihad ...  Read More

Original Article
Investigation the energy indices and greenhouse gases emission in soybean production, Golestan Province

Nasibe Rezvantalab; Afshin Soltani; Ebrahim Zeinali; Salman Dastan; Alireza Foroughnia

Volume 19, Issue 2 , July 2021, Pages 241-268


  Introduction: Inputs such as chemical fertilizers, fossil fuels, electricity, seed, and machinery consume energy in soybean production. This energy consumption is expected to cause Greenhouse Gases Emissions (GHG). Increasing the concentration of these gases in the atmosphere could lead to Global Warming. ...  Read More