Investigation of some ecological conditions of Amygdalus Scoparia Habiates in Ebrehimabad region, Nehbandan

javeedfar, A. (2014) Investigation of some ecological conditions of Amygdalus Scoparia Habiates in Ebrehimabad region, Nehbandan. Masters thesis, University of Zabol.

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Good understanding of the factors influencing the distribution of Amygdalus Scoparia can make the planning for restoring degraded habitats. For the purposes of this study, after the field visit and a preliminary study of Ebrahim Abad, Nehbandan, Groups of adult habitat on topographic maps 1: 50 000 was found. The map of elevation, slope and aspect produced and incorporated into the prepared Business unit Map. Every single thing was done in a systematic way – a random sample of 1,000 squares Vbatvjh for geography biopsy device includes qualitative and quantitative traits, height, and bounce. Collar diameter Qtvrtryn Search, canopy and well logs were reviewed, certain intermediate revitalization of species examined in each plot, soil samples from depths of 0 to 30 cm supplying soil phosphorus, potassium, calcium, lime, organic matter and its pH was determined Regression model with the characteristics of soil and type of Amygdalus Scoparia showed that the equation of calcium carbonate with a 70 percent changed plant'd height. And 50 percent of Equation changed in the number of searches of clay plant canopy, Vmadlh Amygdalus scoparia, with calcium carbonate predicted 77% of the variance. Principal component analysis of soil characteristics for 9 to 53/35 percent indicated that the first axis, the second axis and the third axis were 32.18, 88.14, 17.13% respectively, and the percentage of fourth axis change was justified. Overall, first, second, third and fourth axis predicted 91.81% of the variance. According to the results of the first axis correlation table variable of Amygdalus Scoparia clay species was justified and the second axis, potassium and organic matter, was the most important factor in explaining the distribution of the species of Amygdalus Scoparia. The third axis, sand, and lime acidity were most important in explaining the distribution of the Amygdalus scoparia.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Amygdalus scoparia, soil chemical and physical properties, Nehbandan
Subjects: G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GE Environmental Sciences
Depositing User: admin admin1 admin2
Date Deposited: 29 May 2016 08:42
Last Modified: 29 May 2016 08:42

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