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Journal-of-Rangeland-Science-JRS

Journal of Rangeland Science (JRS)

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Ali Ashraf Jafari

Online ISSN: 2423-642X

Print ISSN: 2008-9996

Publishes Quarterly

Original Article
Semi-Circular Bunds Effect on Restoration of Plant Vegetation and Soil Properties in Koteh Rangeland, Sistan and Baloochestan Province, Iran

In dry lands, semi-circular bund has been considered as a management practice used to restore the ecological revival in terms of vegetation enrichment and soil amelioration. This study was conducted to investigate the effects of semi-circular bunds on vegetation cover and some soil properties in Koteh rangeland, Sistan and Baloochestan province, Iran (2014). Adjacent to […]

Use of Medicinal Species as an Ecological Indicator for Interpreting Changes in Rangeland Status (Case Study: Javaherdeh Rangelands of Ramsar)

The use of modern methods in the analysis of rangeland ecosystems has received much consideration. The study of the diversity of medicinal and sometimes toxic species in rangelands can be regarded as an indicator of ecological status changes in rangeland ecosystems. In the present study, Javaherdeh mountain rangelands in north of Iran were selected under […]

Use of Medicinal Species as an Ecological Indicator for Interpreting Changes in Rangeland Status (Case Study Javaherdeh Rangelands of Ramsar)
Original Article Biodiversity
Effects of Plant Diversity and Soil Properties on Above Ground Biomass in Altitudinal Gradient: A Case Study from Grassland of Mustang District, Nepal

This research was conducted in Mustang district to see the effect of plant diversity and soil properties on aboveground biomass in altitudinal gradient. Above ground biomass estimation was done using various mathematical equations. Soil properties determination was done using calorimetric, Kjeldahl Dry-block method, feel method and core sampling methods. Simpson’s Diversity Index and Shannon-Wiener’s diversity […]

Effects of Plant Diversity and Soil Properties on Above Ground Biomass in Altitudinal Gradient A Case Study from Grassland of Mustang District, Nepal