African Journal of
Environmental Science and Technology

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Environ. Sci. Technol.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0786
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJEST
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 878

Screening of hydrocarbon degrading fungi in crude oil polluted soil isolated in the Niger Delta

May 2018 - Vol 12 Num. 5

Bioremediation has been argued to be cheaper and more environmental friendly when compared to other remediation technology. Bioremediation make use of the ability of bacteria and fungi to biodegrade organic compound to cleanup hydrocarbon pollution. Many fungi have been shown to biodegrade simple and complex polycyclic...

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May 2018

Biotransformation and detoxification of reactive black dye by Ganoderma tsugae

Zubbair N. A., Ajao A. T., Adeyemo E. O. and Adeniyi D. O.

May 2018

Screening of hydrocarbon degrading fungi in crude oil polluted soil isolated in the Niger Delta

Egbo, W. Mansi, Onyewuchi Akaranta and Gideon Abu

April 2018

Distribution and level of arsenic in selected environmental indicators

Omotayo Rafiu Awofolu

April 2018

Microbiological and physico-chemical analyses of hand dug well-water near pit latrine in a rural Area of Western Nigeria

Olatunde Simeon Kayowa and Ayandele Abiodun Ayanfemi

April 2018

Land-use/cover change analysis using Remote Sensing techniques in the landscape of Majang Zone of Gambella Region, Ethiopia

Mathewos Muke and Bewuketu Haile

September 2014

Removal of azo dye from water by adsorption using waste residue from alum manufacturing process

Haimanot habte, Feleke Zewge and Mesfin Redi

September 2014

Arsenic pollution of surface and subsurface water in Onitsha, Nigeria

A. C. C. Ezeabasili, O. L. Anike, B. U. Okoro and C. M. U-Dominic

September 2014

Sediment and nutrient lost by runoff from two watersheds, Digga district in Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia

Alemayehu Wudneh, Teklu Erkossa and Prhaba Devi

November 2013

Solid waste dumping site suitability analysis using geographic information system (GIS) and remote sensing for Bahir Dar Town, North Western Ethiopia

Tirusew Ayisheshim Ebistu and Amare Sewnet Minale

November 2013

Farmers’ perception of the effects of soil and water conservation structures on crop production: The case of Bokole watershed, Southern Ethiopia

Kebede Wolka, Awdenegest Moges and Fantaw Yimer

January 2008

Exploration and Environmental Exploitation (1908 – 2008)

Prof. Oladele A. Ogunseitan

  • Article Number: DF1CC0A11163

January 2008

On the matched pairs sign test using bivariate ranked set sampling: an application to environmental issues

Hani M. Samawi, Mohammad F. Al-Saleh and Obaid Al-Saidy

  • Article Number: 1B1A84811175

January 2008

Traditional strategies used by pastoralists to cope with la nina induced drought in Kajiado, Kenya

  Mworia, J. K.  and J. I. Kinyamario

  • Article Number: 361B2BD11182

January 2008

Growth characteristics of two tropical forest species Warburgia ugandensis and Polyscias fulva seedlings grown under contrasting light conditions

J. I. Kinyamario, T. P. Wang’ombe, J. Wanyondu

  • Article Number: 5D80E0911190

August 2007

Discrimination of Scutellospora castanea from arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi isolated in TENE primary forest (Centre west Côte d’Ivoire) and detection of repeated DNA sequences from its genome

Adolphe Zézé, Yao Casimir Brou, Diederick Van Tuinen

  • Article Number: 80805E911143