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African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology - Vol 4, No 11 (2010)

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Articles

An assessment of common atmospheric particulate matter sampling and toxic metal analysis methods EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NA Kgabi 718-728
Heavy metal contamination of soil and sediment in Zambia EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Y Ikenaka, SMM Nakayama, K Muzandu, K Choongo, H Teraoka, N Mizuno, M Ishizuka 729-739
Effect of quarrying activity on biodiversity: Case study of Ogbere site, Ogun State Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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GA Lameed, AE Ayodele 740-750
Ecological factors affecting the distribution of zooplankton community in the Massa Lagoon (Southern Morocco) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Badsi, H Oulad Ali, M Loudiki, M El Hafa, R Chakli, A Aamiri 751-762
Heavy metal contamination in agricultural soils and water in Dar es Salaam city, Tanzania EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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WJS Mwegoha, C Kihampa 763-769
Leaves of roadside plants as bioindicator of traffic related lead pollution during different seasons in Sargodha, Pakistan EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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NH Naveed, AI Batool, FU Rehman, U Hameed 770-774
Quality assessment of drinking water in Temeke District (part II): Characterization of chemical parameters EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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ZA Napacho, SV Manyele 775-789
Evaluation of antifungal efficacy of some plant extracts on Curvularia lunata, the causal organism of maize leaf spot EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OA Akinbode 797-800
Risk mitigation strategies and policy implications for carbon dioxide (CO2) emission in organically- amended soils in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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OO Gbemisola, O Akin, OT Aladesanmi, S Maruf, AJ Famurewa, WO Siyanbola 801-806


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