Assessments of selected heavy metals and physical-chemical characteristic parameters of selected community water boreholes in Loki char ward Turkana County, Kenya

David Mugendi Kariuki

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2024, , Pages 45-51

  Underground water baseline studies are very instrumental in the provision of data for inventories that would play a critical role in conservation assessments and for future development project monitoring.This study was conducted in Turkana County.The main objectives of this study were to enhance the ...  Read More

Development of a Distributed Fuzzy Curve Number for Simulating Monthly Sediment Load

Tayebe Tahmasbi; Khodayar Abdollahi; Mehdi Pajoohesh

Volume 3, Issue 4 , December 2023, , Pages 1-13

  Curve number is a dimensionless empirical method for predicting direct runoff. Since river discharge and sediment load are highly connected thus the relationship between runoff and bed load could be used to evaluate the continuous sediment load. This study proposes a new curve number that characterizes ...  Read More

Analysis of the Metal Pollution Bioremediation in the Environment of Water and Soil in Yongding River

Abdul Qahar Massror

Volume 2, Issue 1 , March 2022, , Pages 23-28

  The main river in Beijing is the Yongding River. Nevertheless, According to the environmental contamination induced by economic growth, the environment of water, and the shore of the Yongding River are in danger of destruction. The Yongding River ecological repair is crucial. Phytoremediation and microbial ...  Read More

Employing spider webs for environmental investigation of suspended trace metals in residential and industrial areas

Kingsley Mohammed; Olagunju Achebe

Volume 1, Issue 4 , December 2021, , Pages 22-26

  Spider webs were gathered from residential and industrial areas to found the order of heavy suspended metals in the air. The treatment of spider webs were done with nitric acid and digested by atomic absorption spectrophotometer before analysis (AAS). The average value of several heavy metals concentration ...  Read More

Environmentally Induced Alternative Livelihood Strategies among the Artisanal Fishers of the Kainji Lake Basin, Nigeria

Saviour Aletor

Volume 1, Issue 1 , February 2021, , Pages 1-7

  Living in poverty-driven communities suffering from food insecurity that is escalated as a result of sub-standard exploitation, fishery resources, and other environmental challenges,  small-scale Nigerian artisanal fishers have dominated the fisheries sub-sector. Sadly, environmental changes have ...  Read More

Ecological Plunging and Wireless Filming for Science Education: A New Zealand Pilot Experimeent

Erica Hewitt

Volume 1, Issue 1 , February 2021, , Pages 24-29

  Seventy years of age 10 (13-15), students of the Queen's High School in NZ, were taken to Westland National Park to record films about the weather alteration employing iPads to assess if ecological plunging and wireless multimedia (use smartphones or tablets) could lead favorable feelings to technology ...  Read More