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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/446 Volume 5 Issue 2

Remediation of Heavy Metals Contaminated Soils: A bibliometric Network Analysis

Authors: Rongxin Guo, Xusheng Zheng, Yiwen Yang, Dexun Zou, and Yanping Liu
With the acceleration of industrialization, heavy metal pollution, as one of the major types of soil pollution, is more and more serious. Therefore, the remediation of heavy metal contaminated soil ha... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/445 Volume 5 Issue 2

Evaluation of Soil and Groundwater Quality at the New Georgia Open Dumpsite in Caldwell, Liberia

Authors: Cecelia F Fallah, Lenn G Gomah, Rafael S Ngumbu, Joseph F Charles, and Yekeh Howard
Leaching emanating from municipal solid waste dumpsite is one of the major causes of soil and groundwater contamination. This study was conducted to determine the extent to which the open dumpsite in ... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/444 Volume 5 Issue 2

Field Research Report on Radioactive Cesium Contained in Persimmon Growing at Orchards of Fukushima Eight Years after the Nuclear Power Plant Accident

Authors: Kenji Kikuchi
Test results on radioactive substances in Anpo-gaki [half dried persimmon] obtained in the year 2017 were posted on the Fukushima Prefecture website. Parts of the experimentally processed persimmon on... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/443 Volume 5 Issue 1

Indexical Evaluation of Heavy Metal Concentrations in Soil around Industrial Area of Ajao-Estate Lagos Nigeria

Authors: Bernadette U Ukah, Ogbonnaya Igwe, and Oyem E Ubido
The evaluation of soil degradation particularly the quality of soil has increased as soil is an important component of the earth, functioning both in the production of food, storage of water, fibres a... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/442 Volume 5 Issue 1

Impact of Physical Soil and Water Conservation Measures on Soil Erosion Reduction and Associated Constraints in the Highland of Ethiopia

Authors: Kefyialew Tilahun and Gizaw Desta
Soil erosion is among the most challenging and continuous environmental problems in highland parts of Ethiopia. Highland areas of Ethiopia are receiving high rainfall and are occupied by high populati... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/441 Volume 5 Issue 1

Effect of Eucalyptus Globules Woodlot Plantation on Selected Soil Physico-Chemical Properties and Wheat Yield in Wogera District, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Authors: Kassegn Asnakew Seyoum, Bekalu Melis Alehegn, and Asmamaw Alemu Abtew
Currently, a Eucalyptus globule is a common smallholder plantation species in the Wogera district. The species is significantly expanding on marginal and fertile farmlands. The objective is to analyze... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/440 Volume 4 Issue 1

Assessment of Soil Moisture Content Measurement Methods: Conventional Laboratory Oven versus Halogen Moisture Analyzer

Authors: Arezou Rasti, Maria Pineda and Mehrdad Razavi
Moisture content is a critical factor that affects the engineering behavior of soils, especially cohesive soils. Therefore, the monitoring and determination of the water content is an essential task i... Read more

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Original Research   |   10.36959/624/439 Volume 4 Issue 1

Ameliorative Effects of Coffee Husk Compost and Lime Amendment on Acidic Soil of Haru, Western Ethiopia

Authors: Bikila Takala
A pot experiment was conducted to assess the effects of coffee husk compost, lime and their combinations on chemical properties of acidic soil and coffee seedling growth at Haru Research Sub-Center nu... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/437 Volume 4 Issue 1

Modeling Distribution of Potassium in the Soil in Under Drip Irrigation

Authors: Farhad Mirzaei and Arash Mohammad Biegi
In recent years, use of drip irrigation has been increased for many products, in a wide range of soil textures and structures. So far, any model has not been provided for distribution of potassium in ... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/438 Volume 4 Issue 1

Survival of Generic Escherichia coli and Salmonella in Oregon’s Agricultural Soils

Authors: Alexander W Emch, Hussein MH Mohamed and Joy G Waite-Cusic
Establishment of foodborne pathogens in agricultural production areas (orchards, fields) has been linked to produce-related outbreaks. The source of contaminants is often undetermined; however, agricu... Read more

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Research article   |   10.36959/624/436 Volume 4 Issue 1

Sensitivity towards Nitrate: Comparison of Groundwater versus Surface Water Crustaceans

Authors: Gerhardt A
Groundwater pollution with Nitrate represents a rising environmental problem, which might even be intensified by climate change. In this study, the acute (24 h) and chronic (5 weeks) toxicity of Nitra... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/435 Volume 3 Issue 1

Influence of Soil Particle Size Distribution on Groundwater Quality around Industrial Areas of Oshodi-Lagos Nigeria

Authors: Bernadette U Ukah, Ogbonnaya Igwe and Oyem E Ubido
Around industrial areas of Oshodi are differences in groundwater quality based on physical assessment. These industries claimed that their activities have no impact on the qualities of these ground w... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/434 Volume 3 Issue 1

Groundwater Evolutionary Processes and Quality Characterization: A Case of Olbanita Aquifer System, Lower Baringo Basin, Kenya Rift

Authors: Benjamin Sosi, Albert Getabu, Samson Maobe and Justus Barongo
A hydro-geochemical relation has been hypothesized through the analyses of physico-chemical data of a fractured volcanic rock aquifer located in the Lower Baringo Basin, Kenyan Rift. Datasets include... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/433 Volume 3 Issue 1

Neurocognitive Assessment of Ecuadorian Andean Children Living at High Altitude in the Cotopaxi Mountain Region

Authors: S Allen Counter, DMSc, PhD, Leo H Buchanan, PhD, Fernando Ortega, MD, MA, PhD, Anthony B Jacobs and Göran Laurell
Previous studies have reported neurocognitive deficits in persons living at high altitudes. This study was conducted to assess the neurocognitive performance of children who have resided their entire ... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/432 Volume 3 Issue 1

A Defunct Lead-Acid Battery Recycling May Lead Strong Soil Pollution: A Case of Study in Mexico

Authors: Rogelio Carrillo-Gonzalez, Alejandro Ruiz-Olivares, Ma del Carmen A Gonzalez-Chavez, Martha Reyes-Ramos and Javier Suarez-Espinos
Inadequate waste management from the lead-acid battery recycling (LABR) industry can severely pollute the soil. This work aimed to assess heavy metal contamination of a defunct LABR site in Mexico. To... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/431 Volume 3 Issue 1

Shaft Lengths and Shaft Development Types in the Vadose Zone of the Bakony Region (Transdanubian Mountains, Hungary)

Authors: Márton Veress
The potential and explored lengths of the shafts of the Bakony Region were studied. Shaft patterns were distinguished with the help of shaft maps and potential shaft lengths were calculated considerin... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/430 Volume 3 Issue 1

Impacts of Soil Pollution on Air Quality under Nigerian Setting

Authors: Enetimi Idah Seiyaboh and Sylvester Chibueze Izah
Soil pollution is majorly caused by human activities (viz: Agricultural practices, industrial activities and poor waste management) and natural effects such as flooding, acid rain, weathering processe... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/429 Volume 2 Issue 1

The Recultivation of the Soils, Contaminated with Oil, Petrol and Diesel Fuel, with the Help of Earthworms Dendrobena veneta and the Complex of Microorganisms

Authors: SB Chachina, ON Baklanova and NA Voronkova
The study was performed of the bioremediation efficiency of the soil contaminated with oil (20 to 100 g/kg), petroleum (20 to 60 g/kg) and diesel fuel (20 to 40 g/kg) with the help of earthworms Dendr... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/428 Volume 1 Issue 1

Peculiarities of Using Biomass for Oil-Contaminated Soils Remediation in the Far North Regions

Authors: Gagloeva АЕ and Aistov IP
The problem of oil-contaminated soils remediation in the Far North regions is considered. The need in the destructed areas restoration is demonstrated. A review of existing conventional methods for th... Read more

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Review Article   |   10.36959/624/427 Volume 1 Issue 1

Raindrop-Induced Erosion and Sediment Transport Modelling in Shallow Waters: A Review

Authors: Mohammad Haji Gholizadeh, Assefa M Melesse and Hector R Fuentes
The rainfall-runoff events and erosion process usually begins with raindrop impact on bare or nearly bare soils with the resulting splash causing the soil particles to become detached and subsequently... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/426 Volume 1 Issue 1

Characterizing Sorption and Modeling Phosphorus Movement on Candler and Immokalee Fine Sand

Authors: Davie M Kadyampakeni, Peter Nkedi-Kizza, Kelly T Morgan and Arnold W Schumann
Laboratory and computer experiments were conducted to 1) determine the effect of supporting electrolyte on mass distribution coefficient (KD) for predicting P movement at 30- and 60-cm soil depths usi... Read more

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Research Article   |   10.36959/624/425 Volume 1 Issue 1

Seasonal and N Supply Effects on 13C Discrimination Isotope Ratio in Wheat Grown Under No-Till

Authors: Ram C Dalal, Wayne Strong, John Cooper and A J King
Management practices such as no-till (NT) and nitrogen supply affect soil water and nutrient use, thereby affecting wheat grain yields. The 13C/12C ratio or δ13C, expressed as Δ13C discrimination in... Read more

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