African Journal of
Environmental Science and Technology

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Environ. Sci. Technol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0786
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJEST
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 937

Table of Content: February 2019; 13(2)

February 2019

Water quality problems, related challenges and their impacts on Ethiopian fishery

The purpose of this review article is to explore the drivers of the water quality problems and associated impacts and mitigation schemes of the fishes and fisheries in Ethiopia. Data were obtained from both published and unpublished online documents as well as from different Ethiopian universities and institutions. The country has the potential to produce more fish yield (94, 500 ton/year. The published and unpublished...

Author(s): Agumassie Tesfahun  

February 2019

Modelling and simulation of atmospheric conditions impact on photovoltaic production in Saint Louis area

In this study, we worked on the modelling and the simulation of atmospheric conditions impact on photovoltaic production in Saint Louis area. Using Ineichen's model based on the disorder factor of Link, an assessment of sunshine in the study area was made. A characterization of the irradiation is elaborated by modelling the radiation and by simulating outputs of a photovoltaic power plant. We can estimate aerosols...

Author(s): Abdoulaye Bouya DIOP, Bouya DIOP, Abdou Karim FAROTA, Ababacar THIAM, Aichetou DIA and Djiby SARR

February 2019

Conditions of available sources of water for domestic use in selected communities in Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Nigeria

The challenges of high quality water for domestic use and particularly for potability must be overcome in its entire ramification for health and ecological environment. The aim of this study is to identify the conditions of domestic water sources in Ado-Ekiti. One water sample was drawn from the two different sources of water, that is, shallow well and Ureje River at Ureje, and two samples from one water source, that...

Author(s): Oluwadare Joshua OYEBODE, Adeshina Samuel ADEBANJO and Sukky Raymond ND-EZUMA  

February 2019

Waves-waves collide induced by different wind directions caused high exchanged in the water level at the open area Shallow Lake, China

Wind from different directions induce waves-waves to collid at the central zone of Taihu Lake. It causes exchange in water bodies and release of internal nutrients which increases algal bloom. This study aims to analyz the impact of the interactions between waves-waves collision from different directions and different sources such as traveling ships and explored factors, causing sediment resuspension. The results were...

Author(s): Qhtan Asmaa,