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Effect of sowbug on Soil Aggregate Stability in a Desert Region (Case Study: Gareh Bygone Plain, Iran)

Title: Effect of sowbug on Soil Aggregate Stability in a Desert Region (Case Study: Gareh Bygone Plain, Iran)
Authors: Gholamreza Rahbar, Ataollah Kavian, Mahmood Habibnezhad Rooshan, Ahang Kowsar and Kaka Shahedi
Year: 2015
Type: Article in Ecoperzia 2015, 3 (4), 1189-1199
Description: This article desribes the appearance of sowbugs in sedimentation basins of the artificial recharge of groundwater (ARG) systems in the Gareh Bygone Plain (GBP) in southern Iran. This appearance is considered an ecological breakthrough in desertification control.

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