Journal of Environment and Earth Science

Journal of Environment and Earth Science is a peer reviewed journal published by IISTE. The journal publishes original papers at the forefront of Environment and Earth Sciences. The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.

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The publication charge of this journal: 160 USD (online publication only) or 165 USD (online publication + 2 hard copies)
Posted: 2011-11-04
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Vol 5, No 14 (2015)

Table of Contents


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Rainfall Changes over Java Island, Indonesia PDF
Siswanto ., Supari . 1-9
Ethno-Religious Violence and Neighbourhood Facilities Provision: Evidence From Jos, Nigeria PDF
Aliyu Ahmad Aliyu, Abdullahi Ali Abdu, Rozilah Kasim, David Martin 10-25
Residents’ Satisfaction with Public Facilities and Neighbourhood Environment in Slum Residential Areas of Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. PDF
Rasheed O. Oladosu, Bukar A. Gana, Haruna B. Bwala 26-33
Climate Change Impacts on Water Resources in Desert Area Considering Irregularity in Rainfall Intensity and Distribution: A Case Study in Wadi Mujib Basin, Jordan PDF
Esra’a Hani Khasawneh 34-44
Effect of Exposure to Lead and Cadmium in Drinking Water Sourced from Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region on Serum Enzymes and Eletrolytes of Albino Wistar Rats PDF
Berena, G.A, Anacletus, F.C., Bassey, S.C.O, Eteng, M.U 45-47
Risk Environmental Analysis, Eggs and Larvae Population in the Ground, Infection Prevalence of Soil Tranmitted Helminths (STH) and its distribution in Ambon Island Maluku Province PDF
Salakory Melianus, E. Binnedyk 48-57
National Energy Policy and Gas Flaring In Nigeria PDF
Nii Nelson 58-64
Geophysical Investigation of Impact of Geologic Structures on Preferred Percolating Paths of an Oil-based Leachate within a Migmatite-Gneiss Environment: A Case study of Federal University of Technology, Akure Campus (Nigeria) PDF
Adeyemo, I.A., Akande, V.D., Ajayi-Gidi O., Aremo, F.O. 65-75
Noisy School Environments in Port Harcourt Metropolis: Implications for the Performance and Health of Physics Teachers and Students. PDF
Comparative Analysis of the Causes of Gully Erosion in Nkpor and Obosi in Anambra State of Nigeria PDF
Ezeigwe, Patrick C. 85-98
Geophysical and Hydrochemical Investigation of a Municipal Dumpsite in Ibadan, Southwest Nigeria PDF
Tosin, A. Olla, Ayokunle, A. Akinlalu, Gbenga, M Olayanju, Adebowale, O. Adelusi, Kola, A. Adiat 99-112
Magnetic Characterisation of Rocks Underlying FUTA Campus, South-Western Nigeria PDF
Gbenga M, Olayanju, Ayokunnun, O Ojo 113-127
Variation of Lipase, Catalase and Dehydrogenase Activities during Bioremediation of Crude Oil Polluted Soil. PDF
Ogbolosingha, A.J., Essien, E.B., Ohiri, R.C. 128-141
Study the Effect of Measured Heave in Single Beam Hydrographic Survey on Dredged Quantity Estimation PDF
Mostafa Rabah, Zaki Zeidan, Mohamed Zhran 142-155
Application of Geo-Spatial Technology in Identifying Areas Vulnerable to Flooding in Ibadan Metropolis PDF
Elijah Adesanya ADEFISAN, ABDULKAREEM S. Bayo, ORIMOLOYE Israel Ropo 156-165
Groundwater Contamination and Environmental Risk Assessment of a Hydrocarbon Contaminated Site in Eastern Niger Delta, Nigeria. PDF
Ferdinand D. Giadom, Akaha Celestine Tse 166-175
Hydrochemical Investigation of Saline Water Intrusion into Aquifers in Part of Eastern Dahomey Basin, Southwestern Nigeria PDF
Adeyemo Igbagbo Adedotun, Omosuyi Oluwole Gregory, Adelusi Adebowale Obasanmi 176-189
Geophysical Investigation of Impact of Geologic Structures on Preferred Percolating Paths of an Oil-based Leachate within a Migmatite-Gneiss Environment: A Case study of Federal University of Technology, Akure Campus (Nigeria) PDF
Adeyemo Igbagbo Adedotun, Akande Victor Dada, Aremo Funke Faith, Ajayi-Gidi Olusola 190-201

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