Abteilung Grünland und Futterbau/Ökologischer Landbau

Dr. Iraj Emadodin

Iraj EmadodinRoom: 214
+49 431 880-1516

Research project

Interests and experiences

  • Rangeland ecology
  • Rangeland management and restoration in arid and semi-arid areas
  • Plant-soil interactions
  • Soil conservation
  • Soil restoration
  • Soil degradation


  • Emadodin I., Reinsch T., Rotter A., Orlando-Bonaca M., Taube F., Javidpour J. 2020. A perspective on the potential of using marine organic fertilizers for the sustainable management of coastal ecosystem services. Environmental Sustainability. https://doi.org/10/ggkg93
  • Emadodin I., Reinsch T., Taube F. 2019. Drought and Desertification in Iran. Hydrology 6, 66. 10.3390/hydrology6030066
  • Emadodin I. and Reinsch,T. 2018.  Assessing the impact of land use change on aridification in semi-arid land. Land Degradation and development 29,  3423-3431.10.1002/ldr.3108
  • Taravat A., Rajaei M., Emadodin I. 2017. Urbanization dynamics of Tehran city (1975–2015) using artificial neural networks. Journal of Maps 13, 24-30. 10.1080/17445647.2017.1305300
  • Taravat A., Rajaei M., Emadodin, I., Hasheminejad H., Mousavian R, Biniyaz E 2016. A spaceborne multisensory, multitemporal approach to monitor water level and storage variations of lakes. Water 8, 478 . 10.3390/w8110478
  • Emadodin I., Taravat A., Rajaei M. 2016. Effects of urban sprawl on local climate: A case study, north central Iran. Urban Climate. 10.1016/j.uclim.2016.08.008
  • Emadodin I., Bork, H.R. 2012. Degradation of soils as a result of long-term human-induced transformation of the environment in Iran: an overview. Journal of land use science. 10.1080/1747423X.2011.560292
  • Emadodin I., Narita D., Bork H.R. 2012. Soil degradation and agricultural sustainability: an overview from Iran. Environ Dev Sustain, 14, 611-62510.1007/s10668-012-9351-y
  • Emadodin I., Behrens A., Mitusov A.V., Bork H.R. 2012. Soil formation under and in the surrounding area of a Neolithic burial mound: A case study on Burtevitz, Rügen, NE-Germany. In: Hinz M., Müller J. (Hrsg.), Siedlung, Grabenwerk, Großsteingrab. Studien zu Gesellschaft, Wirtschaft und Umwelt der Trichterbechergruppen im nördlichen Mitteleuropa. Frühe Monumentalität und soziale Differenzierung 2 (Bonn 2012) 211 – 219.
  • Emadodin, I., 2011. Soil and Sediment Chronology as a Tool to Study Long-term Natural and Human-induced Land Degradation: An Overview. International Journal of Soil Science. 10.3923/ijss.2011.12.18
  • Emadodin, I., Reiss, S., Bork, H.R. 2011. Colluviation and soil formation as geoindicators to study long-term environmental changes. Environ Earth Sci, 62, 1695–1706. 10.1007/s12665-010-0665-5
  • Bahrami A., Emadodin, I., Atashi M.R., Bork H.R. 2010. Land-use change and soil degradation: A case study, North of Iran. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America (ABJNA) http://www.scihub.org/ABJNA
  • Emadodin, I., Reiss,S., Mitusov, A., Bork, H.R. 2009. Interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to the study of long-term soil degradation: A case study from Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. Land Degradation and development. 20, 551–561 10.1002/ldr.941
  • Emadodin, I., Reiss, S., Bork, H.R. 2009. A study of the relationship between land management and soil aggregate stability (case study near Albersdorf, Northern-Germany). ARPN Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science
  • Emadodin, I. 2008. Impacts of land management on soil formation and soil degradation during middle and late holocene in Schleswig-Holstein (Germany). https://d-nb.info/1019809760/34


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