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: 355

Table of Content: May 2012; 4(8)

May 2012

Impact of climate change and anthropogenic activities on renewable coastal resources and biodiversity in Nigeria

Climates related disaster is greatly human induced warming, leading to substantial fluctuations in earth temperature which is currently a global issue of environmental concern. Human proximity and pressure in and around the coastal region has threatened flora, fauna and micro-organic resources of economic importance in most developing nations. Two-third of the word populations lives in or around the coast and 16 of the...

Author(s): Amosu A. O., Bashorun O. W., Babalola O. O., Olowu R. A., and Togunde K. A.

May 2011

Relationship between the status of arbuscular mycorrhizal colonization in the roots and heavy metal and flavonoid contents in the leaves of Juniperus procera

In the southern region of Saudi Arabia, junipers forest faces the risk of deterioration because of their low regeneration capacity. Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) are known to confer some protection against the various environmental stresses that may affect the regeneration process. This field study was carried out in the junipers forest to evaluate the relationship between the presence of AMF in the roots and the...

Author(s): Amal Ahmed Mohammed AL-Ghamdi, Hasnah Mohd. Jais and Aisha Khogali

May 2012

Soil organic carbon stock potential of shrubs, occupying natural Anogeissus latifolia forest in sub-tropical belt of Garhwal Himalaya

The soil organic carbon (SOC) stock in three pure shrub species was compared with the adjacent growing Anogeissus latifolia tree stand to understand the changes occurring in SOC stock as a consequence of degradation of A. latifolia forests. Among the shrubs, Rhus parviflora (168.00 ± 1.60 t ha-1) and Lantana camara (164.16 ± 2.08 t ha-1) showed higher values of...

Author(s): Munesh Kumar, Manish Kumar, S. S. Khan, M. Joshi, S. Kumar and J. A. Bhat

May 2012

Impact of Climate Change in Bangladesh: The Role of Public Administration and Government’s Integrity.

Climate change is one of the most important issues to tackle this generation and possibly any generation in history. Bangladesh is a very low energy consuming country, it is pursuing a low carbon growth path, while building its resilience to climate change and reducing the risk of climate change, which represents national development. However, Bangladesh is one of the top 10 nations that are mostly vulnerable...

Author(s): Shakeel Ahmed Ibne Mahmood