Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

RECOGNIZING THE POTENTIAL OF SUSTAINABLE USE OF PASTURE RESOURCES IN SOUTH KHORASAN PROVINCE WITH APPROCH OF CARRYING CAPACITY

January 5, 2018 Posted by In Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)

ABSTRACT

RECOGNIZING THE POTENTIAL OF SUSTAINABLE USE OF PASTURE RESOURCES IN SOUTH KHORASAN PROVINCE WITH APPROCH OF CARRYING CAPACITY

Journal: Environment & Ecosystem Science (EES)
Author:Nasim Hashemi

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DOI: 10.26480/ees.02.2017.09.12

South Khorasan province in connection with the carrying capacity of pastures studies as well as for the forests of the province except the ranch ability to harvest timber does not exist and according to local conditions and drought conditions should protect forests made way support work for it to be applied. Despite the limitations and problems specific to the province, the province is desert country, has a lot of potential value that is specific ecological conditions of the region. Because of this special situation and Mykrvaqlym that the general climate is desert province, valuable forest habitats of many species Iran, Turan are eligible, this change reflects the diversity of plant species and in terms of productivity and drug use, this diversity is one of the significant features of the province. So far in South Khorasan province for the 1732714 hectares of rangeland products is conducted in 27 regional habitats. The amount of usable area of 16163 hectares has been detected. As the number of products of rangeland habitats and the habitats of the 27th district of rangeland products to 1,732,714 hectares against 161,630 hectares of rangeland and usable products and the product is estimated at 262,606 kg. From the areas of natural resources such as pasture, province with an area of 7920042 hectares of a total of 652 tons of harvested forage is available.
Pages 09-12
Year 2017
Issue 2
Volume 1

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