Call for Papers

The Nigerian Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology (NIJEST / Nig. J. Env. Sci. & Tech.) is pleased to announce that it has started receiving articles for its March 2019 Issue (Vol 3 No. 1).

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NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY | NIJEST
ISSN (Print): 2616-051X | ISSN (electronic): 2616-0501      NIJEST / Nig. J. Env. Sci. & Tech.

Scope

The Nigerian Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology (NIJEST) is an Open Access (OA) journal that provides information on the latest and emerging trends and developments in the following ever-expanding subjects particularly in Nigeria:

  • Environmental Sciences
  • Applied Earth Sciences
  • Built Environment
  • Environmental Management and Design
  • Civil Engineering
  • Systems Design
  • Climate, Energy and Environment
  • Materials science and Technology
  • Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
  • Geology (Environmental Geology, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Hydrogeology, Petroleum Geology etc.)
  • Application of ICT to study of the environment

NIJEST is committed to publishing sustainable and high quality research articles, by following a standard peer review process and engaging an Editorial Board whose members are experts in the subject areas of NIJEST. We also ensure that accepted manuscripts are quickly available and accessible online from any part of the world. Articles already published can be accessed here.

As an Open Access Journal, NIJEST allows you to: Share your published article online and on any platform including your university repositories, ResearchGate, Academia.edu, ORCID, as part of lecture materials and in any other manner, you may wish to.

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NIJEST is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.



Recent Articles Published

Recent Articles Published


Impact of Land Use Types and Soil Depths on the Distribution of Soil Physical and Chemical Properties in Soils of Aboy Gara Watershed, at Gidan District, North Wollo Zone, Ethiopia

Gebeyaw, T. Y.


Spatial pattern of Land Surface Temperature over Umuahia North and Bende LGA, Abia State, Nigeria

Uchendu U. I, Kanu C., Kanu K. C. and Mpamah C. I.


The Need for Inclusion of Geomatics Engineering as a Programme in Nigerian Universities and Registrable by Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)

Oknonofua E. S., Oladosu S. O. and Ehigiator-Irughe R.


Comparative Studies on the Bioremediation of Used Engine Oil Contaminated Soil using Urea Fertilizer (UF), Goat Manure (GM), Pig Manure (PM) and Brewery Spent Grain (BSG)

Ilaboya I. R. and Otuaro E. A.


Investigating the Reaction and Transport Controlled Mechanism for the Sorption of Cr(III) and Mn(II) Ions onto Acid Activated Shale using Non-Linear Error Functions

Ilaboya I. R. and Izinyon O. C.


Gully Erosion Problems in Selected Areas of Edo State: Factors and Control

Kayode-Ojo N., Ikhide A. O. and Ehiorobo J. O.


Applications of Surveying and Geoinformatics for Planning New Routes to Solve Traffic Congestion in part of Minna Metropolis (Kpakungu, a case study)

Onuigbo I. C., Adewuyi T., Odumosu J. O. and Oluibukun G.A.


Physicochemical and Microbiological Water Quality Assessment of Aba Waterside River, Aba, Nigeria

Bobor L.O. and Umeh C.M.


A Survey of the Factors Affecting Market Patronage on the Path to Regional Development of Okitipupa, Nigeria

Rotowa O. O.



Discuss Articles Published in NIJEST

Discussion of Articles Published in NIJEST


NIJEST encourages discussion of articles published, especially where the reader feels the contribution is significant in improving the quality of the published article for the benefit of other readers and the wider academic community.

To discuss any article published in NIJEST, please send up to 500 words to the editor-in-chief through the email:

editor-in-chief@nijest.com.

Your contribution will be sent to the author(s) for a response. On consideration and approval by the editorial board, both your contribution and the author’s response will be published as discussion in the next issue of NIJEST.