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2014

REHABILITATION MANAGEMENT BASED ON COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND RECOGNITION OF STABLE (ELITE) OAK STANDS IN ILAM PROVINCE (ROLE OF HAZES IN MORTALITY OF ZAGROS OAK FORESTS (IRAN)

Iran

Titre : REHABILITATION MANAGEMENT BASED ON COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND RECOGNITION OF STABLE (ELITE) OAK STANDS IN ILAM PROVINCE (ROLE OF HAZES IN MORTALITY OF ZAGROS OAK FORESTS (IRAN)

Pays : Iran

N° projet  : IRA/SGP/OP5/Y3/STAR/CC/13/09(185)

Durée : Start Date : 7/2014 End Date : 7/2016

Contexte
Ilam province was selected as the case study due to its higher damaged area. It is hypothesized that the mortality of oak stands are caused by degradation of natural ecosystems of Zagros forests including Ilam province. During the last years, the climate change consequences, for instance the lack of precipitation and the intensifying haze contaminated with toxic materials are among of the most important mentioned environmental stresses.

Résumé du projet
Generally, this project is looking for rehabilitation management of Zagros oak forests based on community participation to achieve its two major targets.
The first target is introduction of scientific and functional model to rehabilitat Zagros oak forests. It will lead to the following outputs : •Determination of the mortality causes (internal and external) of oak forests through available information and achieved results ; •Identifying the elite stands, rehabilitation of the forests utilizing 60% of the elite stands with regard to species and intraspecies diversity.
The second target is to remedy the life style of local people concerning the forest ecosystem potential of the area thanks to community participation in rehabilitation of forest ecosystem. It will result in the following outputs : •Empowerment of the local people through threatening them about mortality reasons of forests and its catastrophic consequences ; •Identification of alternative life style regarding available ecosystem potential like ecotourism and by-products of forests and rangelands. •Identification of the main and subsidiary sources of revenue of the local and its enhancement through remedy production and selling methods.

Financement
Grant Amount : US$ 25,000.00
Co-Financing Cash : US$ 16,500.00
Co-Financing in-Kind : US$ 3,500.00

Bénéficiaire  : Gurohe Taghighati Fanavari Zist Boomhaye Tabiye Paydar(Technology of Natural Sustainable Ecosystems Research Group)

GEF Small Grants Programme

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