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ATBU Journal of Environmental Technology

The journal of environmental technology is devoted to the publication of papers which advance knowledge of practical and theoretical issues of the environmental technology. Selection of papers for publication is based on their relevance, clarity, topicality and individuality; the extent to which they advance knowledge and understanding, and their likely contribution towards inspiring further activity, development and research. The aims of the journal are to provide an avenue for dissemination of academic research findings dealing with environmental technology and to provide a form for meaningful discussions and debates between academics and field practitioners of the natural and the built environments. The journal will therefore accept for publication research results of both the natural; the technological; and the built environment.

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Vol 8, No 1 (2015)

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Articles

Comparative study of construction industry's apprenticeship practices in Pakistan and Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MI Anyakora, JU Osagie, YL Gambo, ROA Iyagba 1-15
Artisans working conditions in the Nigerian construction industry: a case study of some states in northern Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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U Abdullahi, I Anum, AM Adole, FN Williams 16-25
Effects of access to land on housing delivery in the north central states of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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SS Kuma, JI Ighalo 26-36
Viability of Bauchi granite as a finishing material in buildings EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MB Adamu, UA Jalam, AM Metcho, NA Umar 37-47
Assessment of support zone community programme in Old-Oyo national park, Oyo State EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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DB Ibrahim, SA Adetoro 48-57


ISSN: 1596-6035