عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
In a dry and Semidry land Such as Iran, Caspian Sea Shore forest is great ecologic
resource which has hidden enormous natural and economic worth in it preserving this
resource , and enhancing the environmental condition is crucial both for the society
directy related to it , and for all the State . Unfortunately , miss uses and ill uses without
proper aims and plans has presently put this forest in danger.
1 of all northern forests in the State (6000000 acres) is covered with deforested
portions. Within these ruins , there are 1 and more families living densely or aboundantly
who have been a fundamental deforestating factor. In this area , Some 100000 families
with almost 4.5 million flocks or herds are living in 2300 life stock units , whose main job
is keeping flocks and herds . these people are naturally depending on the environment
having lived from generation to generation. The forest habitats make a living on free –
range animal husbandary which damaged the forests.
This study is The geographical analysis of eco–social effects of evaculating life stocks
from forests . with 2 hypotheses :
The economic development of the animal husbands and habitants after the plan and
increasing Social Services and infer structural facilities in kelardasht villages after the
plan . we are trying to find the answers to the two hypotheses.
People undergone the plan were paid cash or lands but mostly haven’t been able to
improve their life and animal husband angies, So they have been made economical and
Social problems .
Library , field and Survay methods were used for a better Study and results. The author
believes the following factors should be paid more attention Dedicating complementary facilities considering local talents Such as weaving , Small
village work shops , developing bee keeping , etc, So the unemployment is Som what
- Accepting and Conducting the plan on the basis of the fundamental local Culture.
- Holding aforestation classes based on the plan.
- Supporting the families under the plan until they get self – sufficiency.
- Providing the people under the plan with lands near their home lands.