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Rapid Communication
Published On: May 10, 2018

Heavy Metal Tolerance and Chelating Activity of Bacteria Associated with Mediterranean Polychaetes

Carmen R* and Angelina LG
Several species of benthic invertebrates are known as potential bioindicators of polluting impact in marine environments, thanks to their considerable filtering activity on the surrounding water and their important ecological role as hotspot of marine diversity....

Mini Review
Published On: May 28, 2018

PM2.5: A Major Concern in Air Pollution Studies around the World

Randhawa SS*
Human activities are generating huge amount of harmful gases, particulates, and biological molecules. PM2.5 is an atmospheric particulate matter of diameter of fewer than 2.5 micrometres which is around 3 percent...

Research Article
Published On: May 28, 2018

Preliminary Survey of Heminth Parasites of Amphibians of Fiberesima Polo and ATC Sandfill, Okrika, Rivers State, Nigeria

Robert B, Amuzie CC* and Okere SG
Preliminary investigation was carried out into the helminth endoparasites of amphibians of two communities, Fiberesima Polo and ATC Sandfill, in Okrika, Rivers State, Nigeria....

Review Article
Published On: May 28, 2018

An Evaluation of Technologies for Reduction of Wastewater from Plating Industry in Vietnam

Khac-Uan Do* and Jürg Walder
The plating enterprises have been arranged in every cities and provinces in Vietnam. Wastewater from plating industry containing high concentration of heavy metals has caused a serious issue for the receiving water bodies in Vietnam....

Review Article
Published On: May 28, 2018

Medical Waste Effects and Management: Overview and Future Directions

Bakiu R* and Durmishaj S
For the first time, in this paper are mentioned the effects of the medicines in the environment, including mostly human, animal and fish health and curiously there are not so many studies as it should be expected due to....

Short Communication
Published On: June 18, 2018

What should we do in the Context of Land Use Change Occurring Frequently in China?

Wenbing Tan and Beidou Xi*
China’s effort to mitigate soil organic carbon (SOC) loss caused by rapid land use changes over the last two decades faces great challenges. Generally, land use change projects in China...

Research Article
Published On: July 3, 2018

The Analysis of Mangrove Forest Changes Period of 20 Years in Can Gio Biosphere Reserve, Viet Nam Using Remote Sensing and GIS Technology

Nguyen LV*, To TT, Trinh HX and Hoang TTL
Can Gio mangrove forest is first biosphere reserve in Vietnam, on January 21st 2000, the MAB/UNESCO Committee recognized the Can Gio mangrove like as International Biosphere Reserve....

Research Article
Published On: July 4, 2018

Ecological Risk Analysis of Heavy Metals Toxicity from Agricultural Soils in the Industrial Areas of Tangail District, Bangladesh

Islam Md. S Kormoker T, Ali MM and Proshad R*
The aim of this research was to analyze ecological risk of heavy metals from agricultural soils in the industrial areas of Tangail district in Bangladesh. In this research, six heavy metals (Cr, Ni, Cu, As, Cd and Pb)...

Research Article
Published On: September 17, 2018

Variability in Aquifer Depths Dominates Physicochemical Composition of Groundwater in Highland Areas of South-Eastern Sokoto Basin, Nigeria

Wali SU*, Umar JK, Abubakar SD, Dankani IM, Ifabiyi IP, Shera IM and Safiyanu GY
Characterization of groundwater in highland areas of south-eastern Sokoto Basin revealed that Fe3+, Zn2+, Mg2+, Na+, PO4 3- and SO4 2- concentrations are above WHO and National Standard...

Review Article
Published On: September 24, 2018

Review of Methane Emissions and Soil Carbon in Wetlands in Dry Landscapes, Macquarie Mashes, Australia

Wali SU*
There is growing number of emission measurements of methane (CH4) to the atmosphere worldwide, as a result of its atmospheric chemical and radiative roles becomes prevalent. In this review progress on estimating and understanding both the magnitude of, and environmental...

Mini Review
Published On: September 24, 2018

Methods for Understanding GHG Flux from Floodplain Wetlands in Dry Landscapes

Wali SU*
Despite the significant developments in methodological approaches to greenhouse gas (GHG) flux measurements, the selection of best method for GHG flux research remain very difficult owing to the fact that nearly all the approved methodologies have some observed limitations...