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Faculty Member of Razi University

Razi University
Reza Hossein Haidari

Reza Hossein Haidari

Assistant Professor / Natural Resources Engineering

education

  • Ph.D: دانشگاه تهران, مهندسي منابع طبيعي - جنگلداري

Contact

email: rhheidary [at] yahoo.com
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Biography

Reza Hossein Haidari holds a BSc, an MSc, and a PhD in Forestry from University of Tehran. He began his official collaboration with Razi University in 1994 and is now an Assistant Professor in the department of Natural Resources at the faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
He has taught several courses to undergraduate students so far, including General Ecology, Forest Nurseries, Geodesy and Mapping, Forest Tree Measurement(1,2), Forest Inventory, Forest Logging, Applied Statistics, Broadleaved Trees, and Forest Ecology. The courses he has also been teaching the graduate students include Forest Biometry, Forest Yield, Statistics Methods in Forest, and Vegetation Ecology. His main research interests are Forest and Tree Measurements, Ecology of Forests, Distance Sampling Methods, and effect of physiographic factors on quantitate features of trees and forest mass. His research papers (single-authored and co-authored by the graduate students under his supervision) have been published in prestigious national and international peer-reviewed scientific journals.
Dr Haidari has also been the head of department of Forestry at Qasr-e Shirin Institute of Higher Education from 2000-2002, and held the same position in the department of Natural Resources at the faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources in the periods of 2011-2015 and 2017-2021.
He began his job at Razi University in 1994 with the aim of running BSc programs of Natural Resources and was one of the people deployed to Qasr-e Shirin by Razi University in 1995 for establishing Qasr-e Shirin Institute of Higher Education, making him one of founders of this institute. Since a year after the dissolution of Qasr-e Shirin Institute of Higher Education in 2004, he has been attempting to run the BSc programs of Natural Resources and establish the faculty of Natural Resources in order to give it independence from the faculty of Agriculture. All these efforts led to the establishment of BSc programs of Forest Sciences and Engineering (Forestry) and Engineering of Nature (Pasture Systems and Watershed Management) in the department of Natural Resources at the faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources.