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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
  • Civil Engineering
  • Climate, Energy and Environment
  • Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
  • Computer and Information Science and Technology as it applies to 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.

Recent Articles Published

An Evaluation of the Trends in Land Values around Institutions of Higher Learning in North Central Nigeria

Nwokenkwo B.C., Ike F. and Eze M.U.

Tenants’ Willingness to Pay for Green Features in Office Properties

Oyewole M. O. and Komolafe M. O.

Geostatistical Modelling and Mapping of the Concentration of Gaseous Pollutants

Okpoko J. S. and Audu H. A. P.

The Potentials of Iron and Steel Slags as Supplementary Cementitious Materials in the Nigerian Construction Industry: A Review

Ogirigbo, O.R., Ukpata, J.O. and Inerhunwa, I.

Seasonal variation in heavy metal accumulation in plants at coal mine sites and possible health risk

Ogbonna P. C., Nzegbule E. C. and Okorie P. E.

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.