Understanding our planet ; Jupiter

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Jupiter’s tempestuous, gassy atmosphere stretches some 3,000 kilometres (1,860 miles) deep and comprises a hundredth of the planet’s mass, studies based on observations Continue Reading

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Diversity of Scorpions in Ogidi pdf (journal)

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) published by the GLOBAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED, MANAGEMENT AND SOCIAL SCIENCES (GOJAMMS) Biodiversity conservation in this region is hindered by the lack of Continue Reading

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THE FIRST MAIDEN SEMINAR ON WILDLIFE AND CONSERVATION BY WLC NAU

The concept of sustainability dates back to the 1970s as a concept applied to ecological issues and in the World Conservation Strategy and eventually, can now be applied in tackling Continue Reading

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STUDIES ON THE EFFECT OF DIVERSE FOODSTUFF ON THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF GRASSCUTTER (THRYONOMYS SWINDERIANUS) IN CAPTIVITY. pdf

This is a project work undertaken by Dr. John Joseph Okeke, Department of Zoology, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, AWKA. he is a major in ecology and wildlife conservation. this is one Continue Reading

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A world without mosquitoes: is annihilation the answer?

4 / 5 ( 1 vote ) There are 3,500 named species of mosquito, of which only a couple of hundred bite or bother humans. They live on almost every Continue Reading

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WEST AFRICA ABIOTIC FACTORS

WIND In West Africa, there are two opposing surface air masses. One blowing from the south west and is the equatorial maritime airmass and since it is coming from the ocean, it is humid. Another one is blowing from the north to the east, it is very dry and called harmattan. Harmanttan isthe tropical continental air mass. It is dry and it comes from the sahara desert. Where these two winds and air masses meet is an unstable climatic region and it’s called intertropical front. RAINFALL It occurs when the moisture droplets merges into larger drops and this happens when the Continue Reading

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BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION: EFFECTS OF CLIMATE AND WEATHER

Construction engineering focuses on planning, design and management for the construction of infrastructure projects such as highways, bridges, pipelines, airports, railroads, industrial plants, buildings, dams and reservoirs. none of these Continue Reading

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