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: 1064

Table of Content: May 2022; 16(5)

May 2022

Effects of water level on plant characteristics in a restored wetland and referenced natural wetland in Wakiso, Uganda

Wetland restoration success is dependent on the likeness of both structure and function of the restored wetland systems comparable to reference sites. Assessing the success of restoration is reliant on the monitoring and evaluation of the restored system overtime as was done with Nakyesanja, a restored wetland, and Kiryagonja, a referenced natural wetland in Wakiso District, Uganda. The objectives of this study were to...

Author(s): Kunan B. Vesselly, Alfonse Opio, Majaliwa Mwanjalolo and Frank Kansiime

May 2022

Impact of environmental features on the distribution of Marcusenius species (Pisces, Mormyridae) in Malebo Pool of Kinshasa in the Congo River

The current anarchic exploitation of Marcusenius fish in the Malebo Pool located in the Congo River stands as a threat of extinction to certain species, while the ecology of most of them are hardly known. This study aims at evaluating the impact of environmental factors on the distribution of Marcusenius fish caught in six fishing stations in the Malebo Pool. Canonical correspondence analysis of environmental factors...

Author(s): Jean Métis NTUMBA MABEDI, Victorine MBADU ZEBE, Victor PWEMA KIAMFU, Lise-Marie PIGNEUR, Johan R. MICHAUX. and Jean-Claude MICHA,

May 2022

A comparative analysis of MODIS-derived drought indices for Northern and Central Namibia

Namibia is a semi-arid country with erratic and unpredictable rainfall. Extreme weather patterns, such as floods and extensive droughts, have become more common in recent years, with strong impact on surface and ground water availability, rangeland and agricultural productivity, food security, and further land degradation, such as bush encroachment or soil erosion. The previous 10 years were characterized by a perennial...

Author(s): Wyss Daniel, Negussie Kaleb, Staacke Antonia, Karnagel Amadé, Engelhardt Malin and Kappas Martin