Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2636-6002
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/GJEES
Start Year: 2016

Global Journal of Earth and Environmental Science (GJEES) is an Open Access, Peer-Reviewed Journal that Publishes Original research and review articles in all areas of Earth and Environmental Science. GJEES is committed to advancing and sharing creative, innovative and emerging ideas that will influence the earth and environmental policies and reduce the adverse effect of... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.4 (5) October 2019)

Planning For A Sustainable Water Supply Through Improved Rainwater Harvesting System In Hong Local Government Area Of Adamawa State, Nigeria
This paper examined water supply and demand in Hong Local Government Area (LGA) with a view to planning a sustainable rainwater harvesting system. The plan projected population in the area is 223,176 with an average of 5 persons per household. Similarly, there are 1,038 existing water supply infrastructures in form of wells and boreholes in seven (7) districts... Continue here

Geo-environmental Engineering Site Evaluation For Shallow Foundation Design In Akoko Area Of Ondo State, Southwestern Nigeria
Civil engineering structures like buildings, dams, bridges, roads etc. are built or rest on soils, hence the bearing capacity and settlement characteristics of foundation soil to support the structure is important in effective structural design. Consequently, engineering site evaluation was carried out in Akoko area of Ondo State, Nigeria with the aim of... Continue here

Monthly And Annual Variation Of Some Atmospheric Parameters Over Aliero, Kebbi State, Nigeria
Temperature changes, relative humidity and changes in annual rainfall can exert a negative effect on the agricultural productivity and radio refractivity in the atmosphere. In this study, the variation of some atmospheric parameters over Aliero town (Latitude 12.306 0N, Longitude 4.492 0E) was examined. The measured data concerns averages of maximum air... Continue here

Local Farmers’ Level Of Perceptions And Awareness’s On Climate Change In Amaro Ward, Ethiopia
The study assessed the level of perception, awareness and information of households to climate change in Amaro ward, Ethiopia. Two villages were purposively selected from the 34 homogeneous villages that make up the Amaro ward. During the survey, one hundred households were interviewed using multistage technique. Descriptive statistics was applied to analyze the... Continue here