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Journal of Rangeland Science (JRS)

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Ali Ashraf Jafari

Online ISSN: 2423-642X

Print ISSN: 2008-9996

Publishes Quarterly

Publisher Change Announcement:

Since the publication of Issue 3, Volume 13 (July 2023), the Journal of Rangeland Sciences has been published by OICC Press (https://oiccpress.com/), and manuscript submission can be made via this link: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/jrsc

OICC Press Contact details:

Address: Stroud Court, Oxford Road, Eynsham, Witney, OX29 4DA, Oxfordshire, UK.

Tel: +44 1865 884350

E-mail address: [email protected]

Contact & Complaint forms: https://oiccpress.com/contact-us-oicc-press/

 

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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

Journal Abbreviation: J Rangeland Sci

Journal Title Acronym: JRS

Journal Owner: Islamic Azad University

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.

Scopus: CiteScoreTracker 2022=1.1 (Q3)

Scopus: SJR 2022= 0.276

Ali Ariapour
Publishing Editor
Range Management Department
Alternative e-mail: [email protected] 


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Production Potential of Thymus atlanticus (Ball) Roussine in the Eastern High Atlas of Morocco

Aromatic and medicinal plants are a rich source of substances that are beneficial to human health. At a socio-economic level, the exploitation of medicinal plants constitutes an important income for the local populations. However, the use of these plants in recent decades has put a lot of pressure on these resources, and many species suffer […]

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Effects of Cutting Date on Yield, Morphological and Quality Traits of Three Grass Species under Irrigation Conditions in North Mecha District, Ethiopia

This study was aimed to study the effects of cutting interval on yield, morphological and quality traits of three grass species under irrigation conditions in Mecha district, Ethiopia. There were three kinds of grasses namely Para (Brachiaria mutica Stapf.), Napier (Pennisetum purpureum), and Desho (Pennisetum pedicellatum) at three cutting days (60, 90,120). The experimental design […]

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Effects of Fertilizer Type and Harvest Date on Yield and Quality Traits of Brchiaria Hybrid Mulato II Grass (Brachiaria ruziziensis) in Highlands of Ethiopia

The experiment was conducted to assess the effects of fertilizer types, and harvesting date on plant growth characteristics, dry matter (DM) yield and nutritional qualities of Mulato II grass. Data on plant growth characteristics, DM yield, and nutritional qualities of the grass were measured. The findings elucidated that fertilizer had a significant effect on the […]

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