The increase of greenhouse gases in recent years, especially carbon dioxide, can cause changes in atmospheric parameters, which directly and indirectly affect agriculture. One of the most important effects is the changes observed in the water requirement. Iran is not exempted from these changes and considering the limitation of water resources, the need to estimate climate changes in future conditions and apply them to the correct management of agriculture is felt.

For this purpose, in 2012, bio-climatic research station was built by the Faculty of Geography and Environmental Planning to conduct bio-climatic studies and investigate the effects of climatic elements on the growth and development of vegetation in the vicinity of the university's botanical garden with an area of approximately 4000 square meters.