سال انتشار: ۱۳۹۰
محل انتشار: کنفرانس بین المللی دانش سنتی برای حفاظت از تنوع زیستی
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M. Mostafa Pourshad – Capacity Building expert, MENARID project – Forest, Rangeland and Watershed management Org.
T. Ardakani – University of Ardakan Natural Resources Faculty, Department of Environment
Seyrangoloo wetland locates in West Azarbaijan province, 17 km north eastwardfrom Naghadeh city. Years ago, the wetland was 790 hectares in size and fullof water yearround and enjoyed a rich biodiversity in terms of native andmigratng birds.it was a good and safe place for hatching their eggs and raisingtheir chickens. Seyrangoloo wetland was registered by Ramsar convention in1971. Due to some destructive direct and indirect human activities along withnatural factors, it dried up completely in 1996, thus listed in Montreeux reocrd.It can be said that wetland drying up was a gradual process and it took 3decades. Once it dried up, no bird and wildlife could be seen.