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The Journal Publishes well-researched, technical, emperical and theoritical papers on issues and problems of the environment, with particular reference to developing countries. Scholarly papers are thus invited from all aspects of Geography, geology, Agricultural Sciences, environmental studies, planning and other related areas. 

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    8/27/2016 - Volume 10, 2016
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    • Spatial distribution of Women’s Informal activities in Jigawa State, Nigeria. Nuratu Mohammed, Pg 1-12 PDF
    • Trends Analysis of Rainfall Features and its influence on the Socio-economic Development of Anyigba, Kogi State, Nigeria. Ocholi I.U., Ocholi S.O. & Isah J. Pg 13-22 PDF
    • Goods as alternative Payment Vehicle in Contingent valuation. Tifwa YH & Alaci DSA. Pg. 23-31 PDF
    • A Study of the Logistics of agro commodities Transportation in Kaduna State, Nigeria. Oluwole, MS, Abiodun OA & Masugari DY. Pg 32-48 PDF
    • Environmental Impact of effluent discharge from Kaduna Refinery on its surrounding Environmental Natural Assets. Lekwot P & Goki NG, Pg 49-57  PDF
    • Perception and Attitudes of Market Women towards Family Planning in an Emerging Urban Centre, Anyigba, Kogi State. Abu HO, Sunday OF & John AR. Pg 58-72 PDF
    • An interpretation of lithologies and structures from Aeromagnetic and Remote Sensing Data over Bunu area in Part of Kabba-Lokoja-Igarra Schist belt, SW Nigeria. Kolawole MS. Onimisi M. & Olobaniyi SB. Pg. 73-82 PDF
    • The Effects of Population growth on Agricultural Productivity in Nigeria between 2000 and 2016. Jenkwe ED & Magaji JY, Pg. 83-89  PDF
    • Drainage Basin Morphology and Terrain Analysis of the Nigerian section of Lake Chad River Basin, Nigeria using GIS and Remote Sensing. Adebola AO, Adeseko AA & Ibitoye MO. Pg. 90-100  PDF

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