DR. ABBASALI SANADGOL

Document Type: Research Note

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BM.Sc. Student, Department of Rangeland Management, Young Researchers Club, Broujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Broujerd, Iran

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Dr. Abbasali Sanadgol is an associate professor in rangelands and forests research institute, IRAN, He is retired now. He earned his undergraduate and master degrees in natural resources and range management in 1976 and 1992 respectively from natural resources faculty of Tehran University and worked as a natural resources and range management researcher for 29 years at education and research agriculture organization. He completed Ph.D. in 2000 in natural resources Faculty of Tehran University with mentorship from Dr. M. Moghadam. He became an assistant professor in 2000 and an associate professor in 2004 in rangelands and forests research institute, Iran. Under the supervision of Dr. Moghadam, he identified the grazing system and grazing intensity in Bromus tomentellus pasture for sheep in 1997.
He became a research group leader since then, and has conducted and directed research on rangelands. He explored the relation model of Range forage production and phenol- logy of range plants with temperature and soil moisture in arid zone. Moreover, he researched on range plants adaptation, range management through new methods, plant densities, plant association delineation, forage removal intensities and removal forage periods on quantity and quality of forage yields and longevity of Atriplex species.
He is a national group research leader that works on national determining the removable range plants forages project, in Iranian Rangelands.
He is editorial board member and reviewer of research journal of environmental toxicology and Iranian journal of rangeland and desert research. He is member of society of Iranian range management and member of scientific committee of forests and rangelands research institute, Iran. He is the author of 12 books, 56 papers and articles and 40 technical reports in natural resources, range, and forest and watershed management fields.

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