Journal of
Ecology and The Natural Environment

  • Abbreviation: J. Ecol. Nat. Environ.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9847
  • DOI: 10.5897/JENE
  • Start Year: 2009

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Grand Ethiopia’s Renaissance Dam: Contributions to Downstream Countries

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Construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) began in 2011. The project is now about 85% complete an estimated completion time of about two years, including all remaining civil works and commissioning of the remaining turbines. Egypt and Sudan have not accepted evidence-based facts from statistics and experience of other countries'. Meanwhile, Egypt wants a binding agreement on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance...

Author(s):Teka Melese Eromo

Assessment of Tourists’ Satisfaction and Tourism Sustainability in Selected Eco-Destinations of Southwestern Nigeria

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The increasing demand for satisfaction at eco-destination centre is considered significant to tourism industry and sustainability in Nigeria. The study investigated tourism facilities in achieving tourists’ satisfaction and the need for tourism sustainability; this is with the view to suggest guidance on tourist centre protection from undue exploitation by tourism developers. A total of two hundred and ninety (290)...

Author(s):Aniramu Opeyemi

Comparative study of carbon stocks of cashew plantations and primary forest in southern Ghana

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The study aimed at determining whether cashew trees have higher capacity to store carbon than forest trees. Thirty cashew plots 25 m x 25 m size were selected in three cashew growing communities and ten plots from the natural forest reserve. Carbon stocks were estimated from the individual diameter at breast height(dbh) measurement and soil organic carbon. All forest trees and other food crop trees with...

Author(s):Daniel A. Tetteh

Homemade liquid organic fertilizers based on local plant raw materials, animal and domestic wastes for pineapple farming in Rwanda

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This study aims to find out about homemade liquid organic fertilizer formulations and safe use in relation to organic pineapple farming in Rwanda. This follows the results of the earlier baseline study that identified knowledge gaps, needs and priorities of value chain actors for pineapple in Rwanda under the Ecological Organic Agriculture Initiative Project (EOA). The baseline highlighted gaps in accessibility and...



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To know the variation in local ecological knowledge (LEK) on tree management and its application among farmers, it is imperative that farmers’ knowledge groups are categorized and their inclination for LEK application identified. A study was therefore conducted in the Kumawu Forest District in the Ashanti Region of Ghana to categorise knowledge holder groups in the farming community and their inclination for LEK...

Author(s):Awuah, R and Boateng Kyereh

Species composition and relative abundance of medium and large-sized mammals in Woyde Woshe Community Reserve forest areas, Kucha Alpha Woreda, Gamo Zone, Southern Ethiopia

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The overall objective of this study was to understand the Species composition & relative abundance of medium and large-sized mammals in Woyde Woshe Community Reserve forest areas. Systematic sampling design frames were employed to ensure the representativeness of the study population by sampling the total areas of the forest. Transect lines varying from 1-2.1km long were sampled. Besides direct methods, indirect methods...

Author(s):Tamirat Haile Chankallo


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Sediment contamination by heavy metals is one of the global issues particularly in developing countries such as Nigeria. Heavy metals analysis done using acid digestion method and Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer (AA224FS). The concentration of Lead (Pb), Copper (Cu), Cadmium (Cd), Zinc (Zn) and iron (Fe) in sediments from effluent channels of Yar Dantse (YDS), Yar Dole (YDL) and Yar Rumfa (YRF) and New Gusau...

Author(s):Sani, Z. R. and Rabiu, S.


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Land degradation, which has significant impacts on environment and socioeconomic life of people, continues to impede sustainable development. This is accompanied by increasing soil erosion, poverty, land use and land cover change (LULCC), climate change, loss of biodiversity, food insecurity and loss of agricultural land. Permaculture is increasingly being promoted as an agro-ecological practice aimed at achieving the...

Author(s):Samuel Enock Wekesa, Stephen M. Mureithi, Oliver Vivian Wasonga

Assessment ofVariation of Soil Seed bank in different Soil in Rangeland on North Kordofan State – Sudan

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This study was conducted in Elobied North Kordofan at Am Kass rainy season grazing area (Makhraf), located about 25Km from Elobied town. The study aimed to assess variation of soil seed bank in different soil of rangeland. The sampling assessing rangeland health (soil seed bank) for the study was based on identifying the main rangeland sites based on soil type (sandy and gardud soil). Data collected using transects sample...

Author(s):Alsammani.A. M, AbdelazizKaramalla Gaiballa, Abdelrahim Omer Abdelrahim, Tutu, S.O.

Farmer’s Perception and Adoption of Agroforestry Technologies in Eastern Rwanda

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Agroforestry systems are multifunctional settings that can provide a wide range of economic, socio-cultural, and environmental benefits; they also improve soil fertility. Through the Least Developed Countries Fund-Ecosystem-based Adaptation (the building resilience of communities living in degraded forests, savannah and wetland of Rwanda through an ecosystem-based adaptation approach) project, the government of Rwanda...

Author(s):Emmanuel Umuhoza, Canisius Patrick Mugunga, William Apollinaire

A study on floristic diversity, population structure and local values of Hunese forest in Gibe District, Hadiya Zone, Southern Ethiopia

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This investigation was conducted in Hunese natural forest which is located in Gibe District Hadiya Zone, Ethiopia with the aim of characterising forest structure and plant communities to build a national ecological database. Vegetation data were collected from 47 (400 m2) systematic quadrats. Ethnobotanical data were obtained from 30 key informants. In total, 210 vascular plant species were recorded, and a single species...

Author(s):Gideon Woldemariam

Floristic structure and diversity of woody species in the Kupe Montane forest (South-West Cameroon)

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This study Aims to evaluate the vegetation structure and diversity of woody species in the mountain forest of Mount Kupe (South-West Cameroon) between 1 500 and 2064 m and to appreciate the index values obtained with those of the tropic, Malagasy and Neotropical region of the world. The basic data have been obtained on inventory of 2.125-ha plot taking into account all trees whose diameter at breast height (DBH) ? 10 cm....

Author(s):Jean Mérimée Tchoua Tchetgnia, Samson Tolmo, Merlin Njike, Julien Mosély Séka, Emmanuel Noumi

Assessing the Effect of Forest Fire on Lowland Bamboo and the Economic Wellbeing on Local Livelihoods in Bambasi Woreda, Asosa Zone, Ethiopia

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The area of lowland bamboo forest cover of Ethiopia has been diminishing at an alarming rate due to anthropogenic factors. The study was conducted in the three kebeles to assess the anthropogenic effect on low land bamboo and the economic wellbeing of local livelihoods in Bambasi wereda. Simple random sampling was used to select 122 sample households for data collection. Survey questionnaire, focus group discussion and...

Author(s):Mulunesh Gebano Terfassa


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Protected forests in Nigeria have failed to provide sustainable ecological functions for rural livelihoods and contributions to climate change reduction. These setbacks have increased pains on forest based communities that lost traditional ecological knowledge and incomes from the forests. The objectives of this study were to: review forestry activities in protected forests from 1940 to 2021; determine the causes of crises...

Author(s):Gbadebo Jonathan Osemeobo

The influence of varying fire regimes on soil properties in Miombo woodlands of Zambia

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Fire considerably influences the physical and chemical properties of soils as it substantially changes the soil characteristics both directly during burning and indirectly during the post-fire recovery period. We investigated how different fire regimes affect soil properties in the Miombo woodlands of Zambia. Soils were sampled incomplete fire protected, early burning and late burning plots and analysed for bulky density,...

Author(s):Stephania Moyo and Weston Sakala

Effects of dry season irrigation and shade on water use, canopy characteristics and yield of cacao in a rainforest zone of Nigeria

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The effects of shade and dry season irrigation was examined on cacao water use, canopy properties, radiation integrals, pod and bean yields and branch/twig die back of cacao. The study will be relevant to intensification of agriculture and improved water productivity in the frame of climate change. The experiment was 2 by 2 factorial combinations of irrigation intervals (5 and 10 days) with shade and unshaded laid out in...

Author(s):Charles, EF., Agele, SO., Famuwagun, I.B. & Aiyelari, O.P.

Face Mask Usage for Covid-19 Virus and the prevailing disposal methods in Nigeria

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The outbreak of Covid-19 pandemic has continued to impact the social, cultural, and environmental system of every human settlement.. Face masks have been identified as one of the measures to lessen the spread of this virus and as a result, the demand for masks has continued to increase. The study seeks to investigate the face masks usage (number per person and type) and the prevailing disposal method among Nigerian face...

Author(s):Babalola Taiwo Oladapo


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This study on the Assessment of Urban Forest Cover Change and Species Diversity in the Buea Municipality, South West Region of Cameroon had as objective to determine the periodic cover change of urban forest in the study area. To achieve this task, satellite images of the study area were acquired and analyzed using ENVI 9.1 and ground-truthing (help of GPS) to determine the total tree cover change in different...


Spatio - Temporal Analysis of Land Use / Land Cover Changes in Cheha District, South - Central Ethiopia

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Land use and land cover (LULC) dynamics pose negative impacts on land resources. Evaluation of the rate and extent of change is, therefore, indispensable for managing the environment and its implications on sustainable land resource management of the study area. The study was aimed to analyze the spatial and temporal dynamics of the LULC in Cheha district during the 1973 to 2017 periods and assess the implications of LULC...

Author(s):Solomon Kebebew, Bobe Bedadi, Teklu Erkossa, Fantaw Yimer and Lemma Wogi

Uses and community perception on the value and status of P. africana (Hook. F) Kalkm. across Western Mau Forest

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The study investigated the uses of Prunus africana and community perception on the value and conservation status of the same tree across Western Mau forest. Four blocks were objectively selected for the survey. A socio-economic survey was conducted using structured questionnaires containing both closed and open-ended questions to determine community perceptions on the status of the tree under study. The data were mainly...

Author(s):Gladys Chebet, Paul K. Mbugua, and Rebecca N. Karanja


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The aim of this study is improving the Integrated Pastoral Resource Management of SAPARM Information System using Landsat NDVI Value for Mobility Decision Making. The study was conducted on pastorals and agro- pastorals livelihood zones where livestock production is common. Data was collected in the Lege- Hidha district using FGD, key informant interviews, community mapping and spatial satellite images from USGS. The...


The role of red monkeys in the spread of cactus seeds - Opuntia tuna (L.) Mill. in the Gueumbeul Special Fauna Reserve (Saint-Louis, Senegal)

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The cactus is a plant that has a great capacity to adapt to global warming and the increasing risks of drought. In Senegal, it belongs to the category of neglected and under-utilized species (NUS). Its introduction as a protective hedge around the perimeter of the Gueumbeul Special Fauna Reserve has led his proliferation in the reserve. This proliferation of the cactus considerably reduces the surface area preferred by...

Author(s):Beye Khardiata., Ndiaye Aliu., Diatta Sékouna., Diouck Djibril., Ndao Ibrahima

Species Diversity and Relative Abundance of Medium and Large Sized Mammals in Agarfa Forest Patch, South Eastern Ethiopia

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Ethiopia possess high diversity of mammals, limited studies had been carried out targeting on protected areas with less attention to fragmented forest patches. Thus, the study was carried out to document the species diversity and relative abundance of medium and large sized mammals in Agarfa forest patch. The study employed a stratified systematic sampling design and line transects survey method to collect the required...

Author(s):Kalayu Kiros, Zerihun Girma and Felekech Geremew

Effect of Enset land use system on Volume of runoff and Curve Number, Meki watershed, Rift valley, Ethiopia

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In this study Hydrologic Engineering Center’s Geospatial Hydrologic Modeling System together with Arc-Hydro tools of ArcGIS are applied for catchment delineation, determination of watershed characteristics and developing methods to model a Curve Number values for Watersheds. This study is aimed at to model and map the Curve Number of Meki watershed considering Enset land use system for Hydrologic Engineering Center’s...

Author(s):Alemu Beyene, Mekuria Argaw and Azage Gebreyohannes

Peri-Urban Corridor Development and Threat to Rural Ecosystem: The Case of Gidan Mangoro, Minna, Niger State, Nigeria

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Significant changes in the spatial expansion of cities in Nigeria have been observed from the turn of the new Millennium. In Minna, this fact is seen in many directions but in particular along the Minna-Bida Road Corridor. The corridor has witnessed major public and private sector developments since 2000. A special case along this corridor is that of Gidan Mangoro village. The village derived its name from mango trees...

Author(s):Yekeen A. Sanusi and Olaide Akande


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Man through anthropogenic activities has modified the environment for thousands of years leading to land use and environmental changes. Natural resources in Mbankomo Sub division in the central region of Cameroon have been undergoing changes due to anthropogenic activities such as logging and urbanisation. As the negative aspects of natural resource change draw public attention and sustainable development becomes a goal in...

Author(s):Onya Cynthia Asangwah and Longonje Simon

A Review of the Changes in Phytoplankton Community Structure and Ecology in Lake Naivasha, Kenya

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Phytoplankton community structure plays a vital role in freshwater ecosystems. Besides the provision of dissolved oxygen through photosynthesis, they also form an important diet for several fish and zooplankton species. Plankton are also used as biological indicators of water quality. The objective of this paper is to provide a comprehensive review on the changes in phytoplankton community structure and their ecological...

Author(s):Argwings Owino Omondi, Steve Opiyo Balaka, George Ogendi Mokua, James Onchieku Mokua, Steve Oduor Omondi


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Globally, more than three billion people are dependent on fuelwood as a primary source of household energy and one-third of them use it for cooking purpose. In India approximately 77% of fuelwood is consumed at the household level. 49% of the households are dependent on fuelwood as a primary source of energy. Dependency on fuelwood is higher in rural areas as compared to urban. Major portion of the fuelwood is collected...

Author(s):Supreet Kaur, Dhruba Sharma, Ashwin As, Varun Joshi And Swapan Mehra

Pre-Extension Demonstration of in-Situ Moisture Conservation Techniques on Maize (Zea mays L.) yield and yield components in Moisture Deficit Area of Dugda Woreda, East Shewa Zone, Ethiopia.

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The study was conducted during 2018 cropping season at Dugda Woreda to investigate the effect of in situ moisture conservation techniques on grain yield and yield components of maize. Treatments comprised of tied ridge, furrow closed at both end and farmer practice as control. The experiment was laid out in a randomized complete block design with 3 replications. The grain yield and 1000 seed weight were...

Author(s):Dulo Husen and Zelalem shalemew

Spatial variation in the physico-chemical properties of Lake Naivasha, Kenya

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Lake Naivasha in Kenya is an important livelihood resource for its adjacent communities. However, this freshwater lake is under significant strain due to anthropogenic activities. The study aimed to determine the water quality status of Lake Naivasha in order to establish its trophic state. Physico-chemical parameters were studied in seven pre-defined stations in the main lake from February to July 2019 (autumn and winter...

Author(s):Argwings Owino Omondi, George Mokua Ogendi, James Onchieku Mokua, Steve Oduor Omondi and Reuben Omondi

Pests and predators effect on beekeeping development in Tigray region, Ethiopia

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The study was carried out in selected districts of Tigray region. The objectives of the study determined the occurrence and economic importance of honeybee pests and predators on beekeeping development. The study used structural and semi-structural questionnaire and field observation methods. The most economically important recorded pests and predators affecting honeybee colonies were wax moth (25.0%), ants (24.5%),...

Author(s):Guesh Godifey Gebremicheal

Determinants of pastoral communities for adoption of forage production technology in Yabello rangeland, Southern Ethiopia

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Know a day’s adoption forage enhancement technology had taken and considered as a primary action plan for enhanced livestock production through increasing the forage production among pastoralist communities in the rangeland of Yabello. And there are factors determining adoption of these practices and it vary with different socio-demographical issues within the pastoral household. The aim of our study was focused on...


Response of plant community assemblages to environmental stressors in Mole National Park, Northern Region (Ghana)

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Vegetation in many National Parks in Africa are undergoing severe transformation, largely due to anthropogenic stressors that are varied at different spatio-temporal scales. Understanding how plants respond to environmental disturbance and herbivory is critical to predict conditions that plant species assemblages will be most affected. The Mole National Park in Northern Region of Ghana is located in an area of high...

Author(s):Collins Ayine Nsor, Vincent Kusi-Kyei, Emelia Anawine, Osei Owusu Antobre, Ali Mohama, Lucy Gyiele

Trends in the Utility of Geospatial Technology in Urban Morphological Studies: A Review

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Increasing urbanisation, ineffective location of urban amenities and utilities in consideration to population concentration has made many cities face environmental, land use and socio-economic challenges. This can be mitigated against through the enactment of proactive urban development plans and policies with an in-depth understanding of the interactions existing between urban natural and human systems, an undertaking...

Author(s):Maurice Onyango Oyugi

Tolerance of Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas Species to Carbonfuran,Chloropyrifosand Cyahalothrin Pesticides

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The tolerance ability of Nitrobacter and Nitrosomonas Sp carbon furan, chloropyrifos and cyahalothrin pesticides was investigated. This study employs experimental design and statistical analysis of data and interpretation. The toxicity testing procedures was carried out for a period of 28days, at room temperature. Standard microbiological techniques were used. Five (5) concentrations 3.125%, 6.25%, 12.5%, 25% and 50% were...

Author(s):Williams, Janet Olufunmilayo, Douglas, Salome Ibietela and Dilosi, Leton Benita

Abundance and Distribution of Pangolins (Manis spp.) in the Kimbi-Fungom National Park, North West Region, Cameroon

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This study was carried out in the rainy season from 10th of July to the 10th of October 2017. The general objective was to contribute to the conservation of Pangolins by establishing baseline data for their remaining stronghold habitats which will serve as a guide for management decisions in the Kimbi-Fungom National Park (K-FNP). The methodology employed for data collection was “recce walk for collecting bio-indicators....

Author(s):TSI Evaristus ANGWAFO, NGONG Kenneth KAIMO, MVO Denis CHUO and WOYU Hans BERINYUY

Ecological Implication of Habitat Fragmentation and Introduction of Alien Species on Biodiversity Condition in Ikogosi Environs, Southwestern Nigeria

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The impact of landscape fragmentation and exotic species introduction to the Ikogosi environs was assessed through the rate of deforestation, habitat degradation and displacement of indigenous species in the community. The study aims to enquire the state of biodiversity condition and alien species introduction. In all, 264 copies of questionnaire were successfully retrieved from the respondents and were subjected to...

Author(s):Opeyemi Aniramu , Olabiyi Coker and Raphael Odelola

Ethnobotanical Study of Homegarden Plant Diversity and Management Practices in Wolkite Town, Gurage Zone, Central Ethiopia

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This study aim to document ethnobotanical study on homegarden plant diversity and management practices in Wolkite town, Central Ethiopia. A total of forty informants were randomly selected from four Villages (Mariamsefere-edgetebere, Mariamsefere-addishiwote, Temketebehar-edgetebere and Temketebehar-addishiwote). Of which, 8 key informants were selected purposively by criteria of age, gender indigenous knowledge and...

Author(s):Behailu Bizuayehu, Minichil Addis and Ashenafi Teklemariam

Nutritional ecology and conservation of mona monkey (Cercopithecus mona, Schreber, 1774) in Okomu National Park, Nigeria

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The mona monkey (Cercopithecus mona) is one of the eight non-human primates protected in the Okomu National Park (ONP), a lowland rainforest in southwest Nigeria. Little is known about the various plant species they feed on and the nutritional profile of those plants. The objective of the study was to determine the plant species eaten by mona monkeys in ONP during the dry and rainy seasons, and their nutritional...


The Status, Distribution and challenges of Protected Areas: Review of Protected Areas in Ethiopia

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The ecosystem of Ethiopia classified as Afroalpine and Sub-Afroalpine, Dry Evergreen Montane Forest and Grassland Complex, Moist Evergreen Montane Forest, Acacia-Commiphora Woodland, Combretum-Terminalia Woodland, Lowland Semi-evergreen Forest, Desert and Semi- Desert Scrubland, and Inland Waters. These diverse ecosystems have endowed Ethiopia with a diverse biological wealth of plants, animals, and microbial species. This...

Author(s):Feyisa Berhanu Niguse

Flora composition, structure and diversity in the Kimbi Fungom National Park, North West Region, Cameroon

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The Kimbi Fungom National Park is reported to be relatively less diverse compared to other national parks of Cameroon. This might be due to the configuration of the landscape and habitat types. The main objective of this study was to determine the species composition, structure and diversity in the heterogeneous landscape of the Kimbi Fungom National Park defined by different habitat types. The park was divided into 20...

Author(s):Amos Fang Zeh

The Jola civilization and the mamagement of mangrove in Lower Casamance, Senegal

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The mangrove ecosystem is one of the most productive in Casamance and the most important biomes in Senegal. This threatened ecosystem is found on the banks of Casamance river and along its tributaries, known as the bolong (Inlets, sills). The importance of the mangrove ecosystem results from its biodiversity and its ecological, economic and socio-cultural (ritual places, totem cockpit, etc.) functions. The Lower Casamance...

Author(s):Claudette Soumbane Diatta, Amadou Abdoul Sow, Malick Diouf

A review on Aquaculture: A potential solution to food insecurity and poverty in Kenya Steve Omari Ngodhe and George Ochola

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In Kenya, it has been documented that demand for fish is endlessly rising; however, supply of fish continues to lag behind due to dwindling of natural fish stocks. Besides, there is still insignificant aquaculture production in Kenya compared to a global scale, which is not in tandem with the worldwide rapid growth of the sector. Nonetheless, Kenya exhibits great yet to be fully explored potential for aquaculture...

Author(s):Steve Omari Ngodhe and George Ochola

Study of the floristic diversity of rangelands in arid regions of South-East Algeria

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In the context of identifying the spontaneous forage species constituting a large part of the ruminant diet of the arid regions of Algeria; our research focused on the study of the floristic diversity of pasture rangelands in southeastern Algeria. The floristic surveys carried out in four grazing stations have made it possible to identify 28 plant species that belong to 16 families. This community is dominated by Poaceae,...

Author(s):Kahramen Deghnouche, Khedidja Djennane, Aissa Djerouni

Native nitrogen-fixing plants in the natural landscape of Canterbury, New Zealand

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Although the growth characteristics and preferred growth conditions of many of nitrogen-fixing species have been described, less is known of their natural species assemblages and associated soil status in natural or semi-natural conditions. The work studied plant communities and soil properties at locations where native N-fixers are naturally found in Canterbury, New Zealand. Four native N-fixers (Sophora microphylla (S....

Author(s):Shanshan. Li

Ecological status of freshwater ecosystems: ''Courses of water of the Oukaimeden and Ourika'' (High Atlas of Marrakech)

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Surface water is said to be in a good state when its chemical and ecological status is at least good. The physico-chemical quality of water provides only a point-in-time image of the quality of a river. The study of aquatic fauna and flora informs us well of the actual quality of the course of water due to a character integrator of these biological compartments. This makes us to study the quality of the course of the fresh...

Author(s):Jediyi Hicham

Prospects And Challenges in Village Land Forest Reserves Management in Tanzania: A Case of Selected VLFRS in Mbarali District

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This study aimed at investigating challenges and prospects in the management of Village Land Forest Reserves (VLFRs) in Mabadaga, Mbuyuni and Itamboleo villages, administratively in Mbarali district, southern Tanzania. Data were collected through questionnaire surveys, in-depth key informant interviews, physical field visits and documentary reviews. A total of 44 subjects were involved in the study. SPSS, Microsoft Excel...

Author(s):Anton C. Nzali and Abiud Kaswamila

Gas flaring effects on spatial dynamism of soil cover through remotely sensed images: Case of study Ibeno Local Government, Akwa-Ibom, Nigeria

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Soil cover refers to vegetation, including crops, and crop residues on the surface of the soil. Gas flaring is a common practice associated with oil and gas industry in Nigeria and has a cumulative effect on the greenness of vegetation. This study analyzes remotely sensed, imagery to reveal the effects of gas flaring over time on soil cover in Ibeno Local Government Akwa-Ibom State. A 4-date serial Landsat satellite were...

Author(s):Imette E. Akpan

Population status, feeding ecology and activity pattern of common bushbuck (Tragelaphus Scriptus decula) in Sekele Mariam Forest, West Gojjam, Ethiopia

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A study on the population status, feeding ecology and activity pattern of common bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus decula) was carried out in the Sekele Mariam Forest from December 2016 to August 2017 including wet and dry seasons. Data were collected using total count and direct observation method. The collected data was analyzed using descriptive statistics and compared with Chi-square test and one way ANOVA. Average number...

Author(s):Mesele Yihune

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