1 edition of Forests of Iran found in the catalog.
Publicação bilíngue: inglês e árabe.
|Series||RIFR. Technical publication -- n. 339-2003.|
|Contributions||Sajedi, T., Yazdian, F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
by Adena Nima. Octo in News. 0. According to state-run media, half of Iran’s northern forests have been destroyed in the past 40 years. The north of Iran is known for its lush greenery and forests and Iranians from all over the country, especially Tehran, flock to northern towns all year long. Iran Forests More than one-tenth of Iran is forested. The mild climate, plentiful rainfall, and a long growing season have combined to make a dense forest of high-quality timber in the Caspian region. Moreover, more than 2, plant species are grown in Iran.
Saloumeh Peyman. TEHRAN, Sep 7 (IPS) - Northern Iran’s famed rolling meadows and charmed forests, close to the Caspian Sea coasts, are rapidly turning into history as a result of commercial lumbering and degradation caused by less than eco-friendly tourism. ”It is my fate that where I was once in charge of protecting these forests, I now drive poachers, timber smugglers and well-to-do. of series 2 Nav (Asalem forest- North-west of Iran). The aim of the study is to use SIV for the assessment of distribution of abundance of species. Material and Methods The current research was conducted in district 2, forest area of watershed 7 (Nav-Asalem forest- North of Iran) which is 10 km from Talesh city (Gilan province).
Iran Forests More than one-tenth of Iran is forested. The mild climate, plentiful rainfall, and a long growing season have combined to make a dense forest of high-quality timber in the Caspian region. Moreover, more than 2, plant species are grown in Iran. Iran - Iran - People: Iran is a culturally diverse society, and interethnic relations are generally amicable. The predominant ethnic and cultural group in the country consists of native speakers of Persian. But the people who are generally known as Persians are of mixed ancestry, and the country has important Turkic and Arab elements in addition to the Kurds, Baloch, Bakhtyārī, Lurs, and.
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Forests of Iran: A Treasure from the Past, a Hope for the Future (Plant and Vegetation): Sagheb Talebi, Khosro, Sajedi, Toktam, Pourhashemi, Mehdi: : Books.4/5(1). Forests of Iran aims to make foresters, botanists, ecologists and any other interested persons in other continents familiar with the internationally forgotten forests of Iran.
After a brief introduction and describing the general ecological aspects of Iran, Forests of Iran presents the forests of three main phytogeographical regions of the country. Some issues are given in Forests of Iran book, while some others.
About this book. The work describes the general ecological aspects of Iran as well as West and Central Asia in the introduction. The book includes three chapters, each describing the climate, geology and soil characteristics, vegetation and forest types, site demands of the main tree species and the ecogram of them, management and socio-economic issues of three different phytogeographical regions, mainly the Hyrcanian, Irano-Turanian, and Saharo-Sindian.
The book aims to make foresters, botanists, ecologists and any other interested persons in other continents familiar with the internationally forgotten forests of Iran. After a brief introduction and describing the general ecological aspects of Iran, this book presents the forests of three main phytogeographical regions of the country.
Forests of Iran.: A Treasure from the Past, a Hope for the Future. Khosro Sagheb Talebi, Toktam Sajedi, Mehdi Pourhashemi. Springer Science & Forests of Iran book Media, - Technology &. Forests of Iran. Book January with Reads. How we measure 'reads'.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors. The Iranian-Turan forest zone is Iran's largest forested area, which includes southern slopes of the Alborz, northeastern, eastern, part of the southeast and central regions.
Semi-dry forest area The semi-dry forests, mostly located in the adjacent to the rivers and streams of water, start from the Zagros Mountains in Sardasht, West Azerbaijan.
Iran Forests. More than one-tenth of Iran is forested. Mild climate, plentiful rainfall, and a long growing season have combined to make a dense forest of high-quality timber in the Caspian region.
Moreover, more than 2, plant species are grown in Iran. There is an extensive growth of temperate-zone hardwoods, including beech, oak, Siberian elm, maple, walnut, ash, ironwood.
FORESTS OF IRAN (category) Rudkhan Castle (Ghaleh Roodkhan) in Fooman City. Rudkhan Castle (Ghaleh Roodkhan) city: Fooman. Rudkhan Castle is a brick and stone medieval castle in Iran. Located 25 km southwest of Fuman city north of Iran in Gilan province, it is.
Gläser, “Report to the Government of Iran on the Development of Forestry, Forest-utilization and Forest-industries in Iran,” F. Report No. Rome, Iran YearbookEmbassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Bonn, The Caspian Hyrcanian Mixed Forests ecoregion, in the temperate broadleaf and mixed forests biome, is an area of lush lowland and montane forests covering ab square kilometres (21, sq mi) near the southern shores of the Caspian Sea of Iran and forest is named after the ancient region of Hyrcania.
On 5 Julythe Hyrcanian Forests were inscribed as a UNESCO Countries: Iran and Azerbaijan. The best books on Iran recommended by Pooneh Ghoddoosi. From the 14th century poetry of Hafez to the 21st century's Reading Lolita in Tehran, Iranian BBC journalist Pooneh Ghoddoosi discusses books that give an insight into the culture, society, and politics of Iran.
The forestry situation in Iran is no different than other vulnerable areas in the world. There are an estimated 12 millions hectares of forest in Iran, while there are 18 millions hectares forests in At present only %11 of this forests are commercial.
Statistics show that in one year decrease about hectares forest in Iran. Iran Forest Information and Data According to the U.N. FAO, % or ab, ha of Iran is forested, according to FAO. Of this % (,) is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse and carbon-dense form of forest.
Although Iran is a warm, dry and desert country, it doesn't mean that you can't find the lush forests with tall and green trees in it. There are three million and four hundred thousand hectares of forest on the northern slopes of the Alborz Mountains and coastal cities of the Caspian Sea.
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Main characteristics of Iranian treed ecosystems are described in this book. Note that 2 of the 3 forest provinces are rather woodlands than forests.
Short descriptions of main tree species is an important part of each chapter. Iran - Iran - Plant and animal life: Topography, elevation, water supply, and soil determine the character of the vegetation. Approximately one-tenth of Iran is forested, most extensively in the Caspian region.
In the area are found broad-leaved deciduous trees—oak, beech, linden, elm, walnut, ash, and hornbeam—and a few broad-leaved evergreens. Figure (1) - Geografical Position of Northern Iran Forests and surveyed Districts on the Iran map. Northern Iran forests between Caspian sea and Alborz mountain chains with kilometers long and kilometers width and located in Humid -Cold Winter position of Climogram having average rainfall of ( to )mm/year and avverage.
Saie was the father of Iranian forestry and founder of Forests, Range, and Watershed Management Organization. Later he published his second estimation in which claimed that m hectares of Iran area in covered by forests.
Analysis by PMOI/MEK April 7, - In recent years, floods devastated many areas of Iran. More than a natural factor, the cause of most floods is the destructive policies of the clerical regime which has triggered the devastation of the environment by causing the demolition of floodgates, forests and pastures.
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