Desert pavement is prominent features of many geomorphic surfaces in arid and semi-arid lands of world and has a significant effect on soil conservation against wind erosion. Therefore, the aim of this study was to simulate the estimation of wind erosion in the surface of desert pavements in Bardsir district of Kerman using statistical methods. In this regard, the most important parameters of erosion of desert pavements such as total depositional weight, depth of deposition under 2 mm, depth of deposition over 2 mm, surface depositional weight, and surface coverage, along with 5 transects and 15 points via field sampling method were measured. Then, by analyzing them, simple and multiple regression analyzes were performed by analyzing and modeling the components. The results show that there is a maximum significant relationship between the depth of depositional components over 2 mm and the surface deposition mass for all linear, grade 2, and grade 3 relationships, which R square of the models is 0.918, and their Std. error of estimate is 0.182, 0.189 and 0.198, respectively. Also, the results of multiple modeling include the maximum significant relationship between total depositional weight, depth depositional depth below 2 mm, depth of deposition depth of 2 mm, and surface depositional weight with each other, with a coefficient of explanation of 1 and an estimated error of 0 000 on the surface and the level of significance is 0.99. Finally, in order to estimate the amount of erosion from the surface of the plain, models have been designed and presented as useful tools for environmental managers and planners, and represent the trend and behavioral pattern of the landscape of the desert pavements. The results represent the environmental management of desert pavement system from viewpoint of the condition and function of wind DEFLATION. It shows the present situation than the ideal and desirable situation.