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Vol 4, No 2 (2013)
Table of Contents
|Analysis on the Feeding Habit of Tilapia (Oreochromis Niloticus) Cultured in Silvofishery Pond in Semarang|
|Rini Budihastuti, Sutrisno Anggoro, Suradi W. Saputra||pp. 1-6|
|Crude-Oil-Spill-Induced Spatial Variation in Woody Species Populations of an Oil-Rich Community in Rivers State, Nigeria|
|Uzoma Darlington Chima, Giobari Vure||pp. 7-18|
|Photo Electrolytic Process in A Simulated Textile Effluent Treatment and Its Cost for Application|
|Paula da Silva Carvalho, Peterson Bueno de Moraes, Mariana Lopes de Sousa, Paulo Renato Matos Lopes, Dejanira de Franceschi de Angelis, Ederio Dino Bidoia||pp. 19-26|
|The Effects of Classifying CRM Sources on the Asphalt Cement Modification for Paving Roads|
|Forat Y. Al-Jaberi, Abdul-Wahab A. Sultan, Adnan A. Ateeq||pp. 27-45|
|Evaluation of Seed Bank in Three Age-Sequences of Arable Land within a Biosphere Reserve in Southwestern Nigeria|
|Uzoma Darlington Chima, Moses Oladepo Adedire, Adegboyega Michael Aduradola, David Adejare Agboola||pp. 46-58|
|Poorly Defined Property Rights and Tropical Deforestation|
|Etienne Bienvenu Akono||pp. 59-66|
|Nutrient Enrichment Bioassay: A Study with Indigenous Phytoplankton of a Lagoon Receiving Sugar Mills Effluents.|
|Taofikat Abosede Adesalu, Maria Abimbola Akindele||pp. 67-81|
|Moral Hazard, Social Well-Being and Tropical Deforestation|
|Etienne Bienvenu Akono||pp. 82-94|
|Effect of Bitter Kola (Garcinia kola) as A Dietary Additive on the Performance of Broiler Chicks|
|Aliyu Abdullahi Mohammed, Mundi Attai AbdulMalik||pp. 95-104|
|Indigenous Wisdom of Farm Women in Grain Storage|
|Anju Manocha, Kanchan Monga||pp. 105-112|
|Forest Cover and Land Use Change in Ngumburuni Forest Reserve, Rufiji District, Tanzania|
|Jerome Kimaro, Luther Lulandala||pp. 113-125|
|Evaluation of AVI and DRASTIC Methods for Groundwater Vulnerability Mapping|
|G. K. Anornu, Amos T. Kabo-bah||pp. 126-135|
|Red Snapper Fish Resources (Etelinae Subfamily) in Pasi of Lease Islands Maluku Province|
|Delly D. P. Matrutty, S. Martasuganda, D. Simbolon, A. Purbayanto||pp. 136-150|
|How Does Increased Eutrophication and Pollution in the Lake Victoria Waters Impacts Zooplankton?|
|Godfrey William Ngupula||pp 151-164|
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