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 2020 Issue (Vol 4 No. 1).

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ISSN (Print): 2616-051X | ISSN (electronic): 2616-0501      NIJEST / Nig. J. Env. Sci. & Tech.


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,, ORCID, as part of lecture materials and in any other manner, you may wish to.

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Recent Articles Published

Recent Articles Published

Application of Tasseled-Cap Transformation to Soil Textural Mapping of a Semi-Arid Environment: A Case of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Main Campus, Sokoto, Nigeria

Eniolorunda N. B. and Jibrillah A. M.

Impact of Urbanizing Ovia-North East on the Quality of Groundwater using Water Quality Index

Rawlings A. and Ikediashi A. I.

Community Participation in Wildlife Management in Baturiya Sanctuary, Northwestern Nigeria

Karkarna M.Z. and Danjuma M.N.

Application of R-Squared (R2) in The Analysis of Estimated Water Encroachment into a Reservoir

Oloro O.J.

Determination of Heavy Metal Contamination in Soil and Accumulation in Cassava (Manihot Esculenta) in Automobile Waste Dumpsite at Ohiya Mechanic Village

Ogbonna P.C., Osim O.O. and Biose E.

Remote Sensing and GIS Application to Erosion Risk Mapping in Lagos

Oyedele J. B., Alohan O. E. and Edionwe O.

Land Use Conflicts and Rights to Farm in an Urbanizing Environment

Oyedele J. B., Alohan O. E. and Edionwe O.

Effects of Garcinia hydroxybiflavanonol-1 (GB1) isolated from Garcinia kola Heckel (Guttiferae) seeds on reproductive toxicity induced with cadmium chloride (CdCl2) in male Wistar rats

Uwagie-Ero E. A. and Nwaehujor C. O.

Indoor Sound Pressure Level and Associated Physical Health Symptoms in Occupants within a Students’ Housing Neighbourhood in Southwest Nigeria

Orola B. A.

Assessment of Heavy Metals, Organic Carbon and Physico-Chemical Properties of Roadside Dust from a Nigerian School Campus

Olayinka O.D., Nwosu F.O., Ahmed S.O., Fabiyi S.F. and Ajala O.J.

Engineering Feasibility of Building Blocks Produced from Recycled Rice Husks

Atikpo E., Ukala D. C., Agori J. E., Agbi, G. G., Iwemah E. R., Umukoro L. O. and Michael A.

Residents’ Perception of Importance and Satisfaction with Infrastructure in Selected Public Housing Estates in Osun State, Nigeria

Oyedele J.B. and Oyesode M.F.

Geometric and Dynamic Application of Satellite Geodesy in Environmental Mapping: A Conceptual Review

Hart L., Oba T. and Babalola A.

Application of Remote Sensing, GIS and Hydrogeophysics to Groundwater Exploration in Ogun State: A case study of OGD-Sparklight Estate

Epuh E.E., Jimoh N.O, Orji M.J. and Daramola O.E.

Assessment of Hospital Wastes Management Practices in Lagos, Nigeria, using Two Health Care Centres as Case Studies

Alani R., Nwude D. and Adeniyi O.

Strength and Workability Assessment of Concrete Produced by Partial Replacement of Cement with Waste Clay Bricks

Nwankwo E. and John A. T.

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:

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.