Journal of
Ecology and The Natural Environment

  • Abbreviation: J. Ecol. Nat. Environ.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9847
  • DOI: 10.5897/JENE
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 364

Table of Content: January-March 2020; 12(1)

March 2020

Minerology, geochemical composition and geotechnical properties of termite mound soil

Termitarian, the epigeal biogenic structure constructed by termites are widespread in the forest and derived savannah regions of Nigeria. Soil modification, with particular focus on the mineralogy, variation in geochemical composition and geotechnical properties of termite mound soil samples collected from nine location in the Ika area, Delta State of Nigeria are the objectives of this report. The major elements...

Author(s): M. Momah and F. E. Okieimen  

March 2020

The role of logged timber stump sprouting in natural forest regeneration in the Akak forest area of Cameroon

Natural forest regeneration is the renewal of a forest crop by self-sown seed or by sprouting of stumps. However, there have been few studies on sprouting in the Cameroon tropical rainforest. The main objectives of this study were to examine the influence of stump sprouting of timber species in natural forest regeneration in the Akak forest area in Cameroon. In this study, stumps were located in forest compartments...

Author(s): Nkwatoh Anthanasius Fuashi, Agbor James Ayamba,  and Ayuk Elizabeth Orock  

March 2020

An assessment and local perception of sand deposits induced desertification in Sokoto State, Nigeria

Sokoto State is one of the states in Nigeria that are prone to desertification. This study attempts to identify and delimit areas affected by desertification in the three northernmost Local Government Areas of Sokoto State, namely: Illela, Gada and Tangaza. Field study was carried out to verify the incident and occurrence of desertification and the menace of sand deposition. A simple random sampling method with...

Author(s): Ganiy Ishola Agbaje, Bolarinwa Olutayo Balogun, Rufus Olakunle Oladosu, Abdul-Rahman Adeniran Adegbite, Olaleye Salu, Felix Nathaniel Buba, Arinzechukwu Charles Owoh and Timothy Oyesode  

March 2020

Structure of Acacia senegal (L.) wild settlements in southwest Niger: Case of the gum tree site in the rural district of Guéchémé

This study conducted in the rural district of Guéchémé (Tibiri county, Dosso region, Niger) aims at characterizing Acacia senegal settlements of the village of Lido. The methodology consisted in floristic sampling of 1000 m2 plots, measuring diameters 20 cm off the ground for shrubs and 1.30 m for trees. The results made it possible to determine the structure of A. senegal, representing significant...

Author(s): Abdoul Kader Soumaila SINA, Abdou AMANI, Laouali ABDOU, Amadou GARBA and Ali MAHAMANE,