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 October 2020 Issue (Vol 4 No. 2).

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NIGERIAN JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY | NIJEST
ISSN (Print): 2734-259X | ISSN (electronic): 2734-2603      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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Recent Articles Published

Recent Articles Published


Analysis of Household Energy Use and CO2 Emission using Environmental Kuznets Curve

Maina Y. B., Egbedimame A. B. and Kyari B. G.


Spatial characterization of noise levels at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria

Oyedepo J. A., Omoniyi D. M., Oluyege D. E. and Babajide E. I.


Bathymetry and Siltation of Oyan Dam, Ogun State, Nigeria

Adejare Q. A., Azeez S. A., Aderibigbe Q. J. and Adewara M. B.


Spatio-temporal Analysis of South Western States of Nigeria using Remote Sensing Techniques

Oseni A. E. and Ode G. O.


Evaluation of the Environmental Impacts of Electronic-Waste Management in Lagos Using Alaba International Market and Ikeja Computer Village as Case Studies

Alani R., Ogunbanmwo A., Nwude D. and Ogbaje, M.


Effectiveness and Efficiency of Solid Waste Services in Lagos State, Nigeria

Karkarna M.Z. and Danjuma M.N.


Energy Sustainability Paradox: Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Solar LED Street Lights in Sokoto, Nigeria

Bello-Yusuf S. and Bello A.


Assessment of Industrial Influent and Effluent Water Quality at a Bottling Company in Aba, Abia State, Nigeria

Ochor N. O., Onyeizu R. U., Uchendu U. I. and Ikpeazu O. V.


Appraising the Physico-chemical Characteristics and Heavy Metals in Pond Water at Quarry Site in Ngwogwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Ogbonna P.C., Ukpai N.P., Obasi, K.O. and Umezuruike S.O.


Biosorption of Cu(II) Ions from Aqueous Solution using Plantain Stalk (Musa Paradisiaca L.)

Eyenubo O. B., Peretomode O. and Osakwe S. A.


Vulnerability Assessment of Water in Landfill Site and Environs: A Case Study of Olusosun in Lagos, Nigeria

Makinde E. O., Paul T. E., Olatunbosun O. E. and Nwilo P. C.


The Contributing Effects of Human Activities to Flooding in Ota, Ogun State

Oseni A. E. and Bamidele E. T.


Improving the cultural and historical tourism resources for sustainable development in Ondo State – A survey of Idanre Hills and resort centre, Idanre

Ikusemiju T. M. and Osinubi O. B.


Assessment of particulate matter (PM2.5, PM10) in air, elemental composition of granite and weather parameters at a quarry site in Ngwogwo, Ebonyi State, Nigeria

Ogbonna P. C., Ukpai N. P. and Ubuoh E. A.


Effect of Alternate Wetting and Drying on some Properties of High Strength Concrete in Tropical Coastal Environments

Durojaye O. M. and Ogirigbo O. R.


GIS based Flood Vulnerability Studies for Ife Central Local Government Area, Osun State, Nigeria

Ijaware V. A.


Effect of Local Binary Mixtures of Coarse Aggregates on the Compressive Properties of Concrete

Eze O. K. and Nwankwo E.


Application of Geospatial Techniques and Logistic Regression Model for Urban Growth Analysis in Limbe, Cameroon

Adzandeh E. A., Alaigba, D. and Nkemasong C. N.



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.