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Vol 3, No 1 (2012)
Table of Contents
|Composition, Diversity and Food Habits of the Fish Community of a Coastal Wetland in Ghana|
|Isaac Okyere, John Blay, Joseph Aggrey-Fynn, Denis Worlanyo Aheto||pp. 1-17|
|Biodiversity and Wild Fodder of Gorumara National Park in West Bengal, India|
|S. B. GHOSH||pp.18-35|
|Spatiotemporal Modelling of Nitrate and Orthophosphate Concentrations in Aquatic Ecosystems|
|Jude I Eze, Marian Scott, Adrian Bowman, Mark Hallard, Claire Miller, Duncan Lee||pp.36-56|
|Impact of Industrial Development on Groundwater & Surface Water Quality in Industry Dominating Sectors of Chandigarh, India|
|Simerjit Kaur, Promila Malik||pp.57-71|
|A Semiochemical Slow-release Formulation in a Biological Control Approach to Attract Hoverflies|
|Stephanie Heuskin, Stéphanie Lorge, Georges Lognay, Jean-Paul Wathelet, François Béra, Pascal Leroy, Eric Haubruge, Yves Brostaux||pp.72-85|
|Changes in Soil Properties under Different Land Use Covers in Parts of Odukpani, Cross River State, Nigeria|
|Deekor, T.N., Iwara, A.I., Ogundele, F.O., Amiolemen, S.O., Ita, A. E.||pp.86-99|
|Nutrient Use Pattern of Diospyros Melanoxylon in Comparison to Shorea Robusta in Fragmented Dry Tropical Forest in West Bengal, India|
|Saroni Biswas, Dilip K Khan||pp.100-115|
|Effects of Physico-chemical Parameters on Phytoplankton of a Tidal Creek, Lagos, Nigeria|
|Taofikat Adesalu, Olakunbi Kunrunmi||pp. 116-136|
|Evolution of the Hydrological and Hydrodynamic Characteristics in the Outlet Reach of Xiangjiang River|
|Xu Wang, Denghua Yan, Weihua Xiao, Weiyao Zhu, Yong Yuan||pp. 137-148|
|Assessment of Heavy Metals in Summer & Winter Seasons in River Yamuna Segment Flowing through Delhi, India|
|Simerjit Kaur, Pragati Mehra||pp. 149-165|
|Water Quality Assessment of Amir Kabir Sugarcane Agro-industry with Respect to Agricultural and Drinking Views|
|Amin Banderi, Mohammad Modarres Sheikh, Hasan Hamdi, Mahmoud Shomeli, Ali Sheini Dashte Gol||pp. 166-184|
|Can Wetland Vegetation be Used to Describe Anthropogenic Effects and Pollution Patterns? The Case of Dakodwom and Kaase Wetlands in the Kumasi Metropolis, Ghana|
|Benjamin Betey Campion, Simeon Nii Laryea Odametey||pp. 185-202|
|Wild-Spikenard (H. Suaveolens) Re-Invasion Pattern in Tropical Semi-Arid Environment Due to Distance from Filed-Edge-A Pilot Study|
|Tuhin Subhra Konar, Subhajit Paul||pp. 203-216|
|Tenure, Management, Degradation of Farmlands, Pasturelands and Household /Livestock Water Resources in the Vina-Division Adamawa-Cameroon|
|Ahmadou Bouba, Amougou Amougou Francois, Henrietta Ngangyung, SALE Abou||pp. 217-245|
|A Geospatial Analysis of Shark Attack Rates for the Coast of California: 1994–2010|
|Raid Amin, Erich K Ritter, Laura Cossette||pp. 246-255|
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