Journal of Rangeland Science (JRS) has published original, peer-reviewed and technical rangeland articles since the autumn of 2010 to serve rangeland science, engineering and management by publishing timely and reliable information.
Journal DOI: 10.57647/jrs
JRS is an integral partner with the scientific and technical communities, delivering superior information products and services that foster communication. It builds insights and enables individual and collective advancement in rangeland research. To provide rangeland scientific information and the general public with descriptions of timely, contemporary advances in rangeland issues for improving rangeland protection, JRS tries to conserve natural resources.
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Ali Ariapour Publishing Editor
Assessment of Range Management Plans (RMP) enables policy makers and governmental planners to understand their impact from different environmental, social, human, and economic aspects in order to improve future planning. The purpose of the present study was to explore the effective variables on RMP in Middle Zagros Mountain in Lorestan, Ilam, Kurdistan, and Kermanshah provinces, […]
The experiment was conducted to evaluate the performance of various Brachiaria grass species. The study compared 10 Brachiaria grass species over 2019 and 2020 years. The experiment was laid down in a Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with four replications. To assess their potential, plant height, tiller number, leaves number per plant, leaf length, forage […]
Fire occurrence may lead to a significant impact in many terrestrial ecosystems. This basin scale study attempted to evaluate the effects of fire on the water balance components in the Central Zagros, Iran in 2019. Two modeling frameworks including WetSpass-M spatial model and Bayesian Belief Networks were used to investigate the effect of fire on […]