Name: Farzam Tavankar

Country: Iran, Islamic Republic of

Affiliation:

Islamic Azad University Khalkhal Branch · Forestry.

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Address:

Islamic Azad University Kerman Branch
ForestryKermān, 
Iran.

Research Interests:

  • Environment
  • Biodiversity
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Plant Ecology
  • Forest Ecology
  • Forest Management
  • Silviculture.

Biography:

Research:

  • Healing ability and diameter growth of lime-trees (Tilia begonifolia Stev.) following logging wounds.
  • Long-term effects of single-tree selection cutting management on coarse woody debris in natural mixed beech stands in the Caspian forest (Iran).
  • Characteristics and Occlusion of Logging Wounds in Fagus orientalis Lipsky.
  • Damages to soil and tree species by cable-skidding in Caspian forests of Iran.
  • The Effect of Selection Cutting on Frequency and Characteristics of Thick Trees (Normal, Rotten, Dead Trees) in Asalem-Nav Forest.
  • Effects of logging wounds on caucasian alder trees (Alnus subcordata C.A. Mey.) in Iranian caspian forests.
  • HEALING RATE OF LOGGING WOUNDS ON BROADLEAF TREES IN HYRCANIAN FOREST WITH SOME TECHNOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.
  • Decay development of trees bole following logging damages in a 10 years period in mixed beech forest (Case study of Asalem-Nav forest in Guilan).
  • Effect of logging wounds on diameter growth of beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) trees following selection cutting in Caspian forests of Iran.
  • Structure of natural Juniperus excelsa stands in Northwest of Iran.
  • Affective factors on residual tree damage during selection cutting and cable-skidder logging in the Caspian forests, Northern Iran.