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Journal of Environmental & Earth Sciences

ISSN: 2661-3190 (Online)

Vol. 4 , Iss. 1 (April 2022)


  • Metamorphic Evolution of the Amphibolites from Bundelkhand Craton, Central India: P-T Constraints and Phase Equilibrium Modelling

    Pratigya Pathak, Shyam Bihari Dwivedi, Ravi Ranjan Kumar

    Article ID: 4397
    521  (Abstract) 123  (Download)


    The amphibolites from the Mauranipur and Babina regions are located in the central part of the Bundelkhand Craton (BuC), northern India. During the geodynamic evolution of the BuC, these amphibolites underwent medium-grade metamorphism. This study combines textural observations of amphibolites from two distinct regions (Mauranipur and Babina) with mineral chemistry and phase equilibrium modelling. Observations... More

  • Spatial Distribution of Black Soot and Its Health Effects in Port Harcourt Metropolis, Nigeria

    Miebaka Oriasi, Eteh Desmond Rowland, Ayowei Alvin Harry

    Article ID: 4340
    399  (Abstract) 125  (Download)


    This research presents a novel approach to assessing the health implications of black soot using a MiniVol air sampler. The MiniVol air sampler was used to collect PM from the ambient air at six monitoring sites in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Sampling was conducted every day for seven days, for 24 hours. PM2.5 concentrations at Uniport Junction,... More

  • Promoting Pedestrian Transportation to Reducing Air Pollution from Urban Transport

    Emre Kuşkapan, Muhammed Yasin Çodur

    Article ID: 4570
    350  (Abstract) 93  (Download)


    Increasing air pollution around the world causes many problems, especially in the field of health. Air pollution affects not only human health but also other living things' health. The factors that cause air pollution the most are heating, industry, and transportation. Many countries in the world carry out various studies to reduce the effect of... More

  • Soil Bunds Effect on Soil Properties under Different Topographies of Southwest Ethiopia

    Wondimu Bekele Goba, Alemayehu Muluneh, Kebede Wolka

    Article ID: 4322
    324  (Abstract) 65  (Download)


    Soil erosion is a major environmental problem affecting development endeavors. Physical soil and water conservation (SWC) measures such as soil bunds are implemented to mitigate soil erosion. However, information on the effects of soil bunds on soil fertility is limited. This study aimed to evaluate soil quality in fields with soil bunds and with no... More

  • Rings Structures on Ice Lake Baikal

    V. K. Balkhanov

    Article ID: 4576
    292  (Abstract) 44  (Download)


    On the cosmic picture of the ice surface lake Baikal discovered a dark ring a diameter of 7-8 km. The author shall give a physical interpretation of the given phenomenon, having expected that shaping rings are connected with a surge of the warm natural gas from sedimentary a thick mass of the bottom of the... More


  • Petroleum Filling Stations and Their Impact on the Environment in Nigeria

    Ruth Oghenerukevwe Eyankware Ulakpa, Wisdom Chukwuemeke Ulakpa, Oghenegare Emmanuel Eyankware

    Article ID: 4073
    542  (Abstract) 844  (Download)


    The poor state of the environment, especially in urban areas, has become a major global issue, with developing countries such as Nigeria voicing growing concern. There is a scarcity of knowledge on the environmental impact of PFSs as a result of the loss of life and property, as well as other serious socio-economic implications of... More