Volume 9 Numbers 1&2 (September - October 2015)

Research Note
Ecological Significances of Climate Change

M.S. Zaman                                                                                                                          Full Text

Contributed Papers

Construction of Solar Panel Using Solar Oven for the Panel Lamination
A.C. Ohajianya, O.E. Abumere, E. Osarolube & E.O. Chukwuocha                                   Full Text

Assessment of Water Quality of Lakes Grenada, Enid, Sardis, and Ross Barnett Reservoir in Mississippi, USA
Julius O. Ikenga, Padmanava Dash and Grace C. Ikenga                                                      Full Text

Aquaponics: An Evolving and Sustainable Food Production Technology That Could Support the Nutritional Maintenance of the Growing Human Population
M.S. Zaman                                                                                                                          Full Text

A Knowledge-Based Survey of Intestinal Parasitic Infections among Students Attending Boarding Schools in Southeastern Nigeria
Faith Ebhodaghe and Clement Isaac                                                                                      Full Text

Pollution Studies on the Big Black River in Mississippi, USA

Alex D.W. Acholonu and Annie M. Vaughan                                                                       Full Text

Introduction of Sweet Corn cultivation as an Alternative Energy Source at Awaka, Imo State, Nigeria
Alex D.W. Acholonu                                                                                                             Full Text

Towards The Construction of Improved Fuel Efficient Woodstove for Nigeria

Chidi E. Akujor, Oluwasogo A. Ogungbenro, Chibuike Kennedy Njoku, Innocent Wilson Onyekwere, I.M. Mejeha, Greg A. Alozie, Alvan C. Chinaka
and Ikechukwu C.E. Irechukwu                                                                                            Full Text

 

 

 

 


 

 

   
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