Author(s): Tugce Unsal1, Maryam Bakhshi2, Suheda Basire Akça3
  • 1. Tokat Gaziosmanpasa, University, Agriculture Faculty, Horticulture Dept. Tokat Turkey
  • 2. Tehran Azad university 20 Vosugh st . Alef st. Zafaranieh .Tehran, İranian
  • 3. Zonguldak Bulent Ecevit, University, Caycuma Food and Agriculture Vocational School, Chemical and Chemical Processing Dept. Zonguldak, Turkey

Abstract: Flooding could occur almost anywhere in the world, including the driest (desert) and most humid (tropical) areas. Floods are defined in many different ways and a great majority of floods actually occur as a result of events that occur within the self-protection mechanism of nature. As long as the flood does not harm the living and non-living environment, it is accepted as a normal "hydrometeological" event. Landscape restoration are also applied in order to respond to problematic areas such as floods. Necessary studies are carried out by considering the principles determined as the basis for all landscapes that have been intervened in the landscape restoration process. Planting is also important in flood control studies. The root structure of the plants, the water requirement of the plant, the attachment of the plant to the soil and survival status is important when flood occurs. In this study information was given about plants which have an important place in flood control