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Research Paper Soil Physics, Erosion and Conservation
Evaluation of different methods of soil structural stability determination for predicting splash erosion

Hamid Kelishadi; Mohammad Reza Mosaddeghi; Shamsollah Ayoubi; Hossein Asadi

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 1-15

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2018.23599.1383

Abstract
  Introduction Soil erosion is one of the major obstacles to sustainable development. A large part of Iran has an arid and semi-arid climate, without vegetation with suitable density or even completely without vegetation. Therefore, many parts of the country face high erosion and soil losses. Previous ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil Chemistry and Pollution
Effects of some organic and inorganic amendments on the bioavailability and distribution of different Fractions of lead and cadmium in a calcareous contaminated soil

Somayeh Sefidgar shahkolaie; Mojtaba Baranimotlagh; Farhad Khormali; Esmael Dordipour

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 15-29

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2018.25395.1419

Abstract
  Introduction At present, contamination of water and soil resources is an important environmental challenge. Therefore, decontamination of such is a prerequirement for using these resources. Cadmium (Cd) and lead (Pb) often coexist in contaminated soils and there is currently no effective means for their ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil Genesis and Classification
Digital Soil Mapping using legacy soil data: Case study of Faryab region of Kerman

Mansooreh Khaleghi; Azam Jafari; Mohammad Hadi Farpour

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 31-48

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2018.26477.1439

Abstract
  Introduction Soil digital mapping represents a set of mathematical computations to predict the distribution of soil classes in the landscape. This approach relies on statistical relationships between measured soil observations and environmental covariates at the sampling locations. The need for digital ...  Read More

Research Paper Soil Chemistry and Pollution
Kinetics and isotherms of competitive adsorption of lead and copper using micro- and nanoparticles of palygorskite

Samira Alvani; ُSaeid Hojati; Ahmad Landi

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 49-65

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2019.25101.1414

Abstract
  Introduction Pollution of the environment to heavy metals is one of the major problems of today's world. Following the development of industries, as well as increasing agriculture in response to the growing population, the overuse of chemical fertilizers, mining activities, the production and disposal ...  Read More

Research Paper Micromorphology and Clay mineralogy
Comparison of the micromorphology of the early Pleistocene paleosols with modern loess-derived soils

masoomeh najafinia; Farhad Khormali; Farshad Kiani; mojtaba Baranimotlagh

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 67-82

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2019.24407.1401

Abstract
  Introduction Loess sediments of northern Iran represent several cycles of climate change and evolution of the landform for the mid-to-late Quaternary. Climate change in elevations of Iran and its surrounding areas is very controversial in the mid and late Quaternary, and has been discussed in the past ...  Read More

Research Paper Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Investigating the effect of micronutrient and humic acid application on quantitative and qualitative characteristics of sugar beet (Beta vulgaris L.), Univers variety

Amir Rahimi; Behnam Doulati; Saied Heydarzadeh

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 83-97

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2019.26649.1444

Abstract
  Introduction Nutritional deficiencies (e.g. Iron, Zinc, Manganese and Boron) account for almost two‐thirds of the childhood death worldwide. Most of those afflicted are dependent on staple crops for their sustenance. Declining soil fertility in many countries, duo to continuous cropping systems, has ...  Read More

Research Paper Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Influence of Zinc deficiency on root exudation of organic acids in two maize genotypes

Soraya Taheri; abdolmajid ronaghi; Reza Ghasemi; Sedigheh Safarzadeh Shirazi

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 99-111

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2019.26404.1438

Abstract
  Introduction Zinc deficiency is aggravated mainly in arid and semi-arid regions, due to low organic matter and soil moisture as well as high levels of pH and salinity. Maize which serves as staple food is sensitive to Zn deficiency. One of the mechanisms by which plants can adapt to nutrient deficient ...  Read More

Research Paper
Assessing the effect of forest degradation and slope position on soil quality index

Serve Moradi; Kamal Nabiollahi; Syed Mohammad taher hossaini

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 113-129

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2019.26798.1447

Abstract
  Introduction Soil quality is the capacity of soil function to sustain plant and animal productivities, to maintain or enhance water and air quality and to support human health. Slope position and deforestation are known to influence soil quality and assessing the soil quality degradation is important ...  Read More

Research Paper Plant Nutrition, Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Effect of Functionalized Iron Oxide Nanoparticles on Zinc Uptake and some Growth Indices of Wheat in Greenhouse Conditions

Ali Abdolahi; Mehdi Taghavi; Mojtaba Norouzi masir; Abdolamir Moezzi

Volume 41, Issue 4 , March 2018, Pages 131-146

https://doi.org/10.22055/agen.2018.25035.1413

Abstract
  Nanotechnology has created a range of new applications in different stages of agriculture. The application of Nano-fertilizers for plants is of vital importance because of its unique properties, such as the specific surface and high reactivity. Many studies have investigated the effect of metal nanoparticles ...  Read More