Journal of
Soil Science and Environmental Management

  • Abbreviation: J. Soil Sci. Environ. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2391
  • DOI: 10.5897/JSSEM
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 281

Table of Content: June 2010; 1(4)

June 2010

The potential of four non traditional legumes in suppressing the population of nematodes in two Ghanaian soils

Most African farmers could not afford the purchase of pesticides to control crop pest, alternatives such as the use of phytochemicals are most useful. For best results, sound recommendations are needed on the use of different antagonistic plants in controlling pest. In Ghana few reliable data are available on the potential of antagonistic plants to control nematode population. A field trial was conducted in the forest...

Author(s): K. Osei, J. O. Fening, S. R. Gowen and A. Jama

  • Article Number: BE997089614

June 2010

Enhancement of steel sheet-piling quay walls using grouted anchors

Steel sheet-pilings are one of the most common types of quay walls used in the construction of ports and harbors facilities, especially for berths of small crafts which have small dimensions and capacity. Due to the growing market of marine traffic around the world, an increasing number of these berths are required to be upgraded to meet the requirements of permanently growing dimensions and capacity of vessels. Several...

Author(s): Mohamed E. El-Naggar

  • Article Number: 60088679624

June 2010

Application of queuing theory to the container terminal at Alexandria seaport

This paper describes a methodology designed to support the decision-making process by developing seaport infrastructure to meet future demand. In order to determine an optimum number of berths at a sea port, the queuing theory is applied in the light of port facilities and activities. The aim is to avoid inadvertent over and under-building. Within this methodology, the movements in port should firstly be analyzed....

Author(s): Mohamed E. El-Naggar

  • Article Number: 9840A4C9629