World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences

ISSN: 2277-8047


A public health journal serving the public health community and scientists working on matters of public health interest and importance, involving the environment.

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World Journal of Environmental Biosciences, brings articles in all areas related to Environmental science and applied Biology on quarterly basis. this journal welcomes the submission of manuscripts that fit the general criteria of significance and scientific Supremacy.
Aim and Scope

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences is a scientific journal which provides an opportunity to share the information among the medical scientists, biologist and researchers.
Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Plagiarism Policy

World Journal of Environmental Biosciences will check plagiarism for all the articles before prior publication. If the plagiarism content is observed by editors, peer reviewers or by editorial staff members at any stage of publication process at the time of editing or proof reading will be communicate to author to rewrite the manuscript.

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2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Machine Learning Approaches for Prediction of Daily River Flow
Naser Shiri, Sepideh Karimi, Jalal Shiri
River flow is an important parameter in hydrology, irrigation scheduling, groundwater pollution studies and hydropower analysis. It depends on various climate and hydrologic factors, e.g. precipitation, temperature, river basin physiography, geological characteristics of basin, etc. Although several factors may affect river flow quantity and quality during a certain period, it is difficult to account all those variables in simulating/predicting river flow values due to the complex relations gove
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Quality Assessment of Wastewater: Physicochemical and Bacteriological Evidence from Dutse Abattoir, North-West Nigeria
Garba Barde Bate, Adeniyi Olarewaju Adeleye, Emmanuel Madu Ijanu, Esther Oluwafunmilola Olalere, Afeez Oladeji Amoo, Catherine Iyabo Asaju, Peter Gimba Shiaka, Mohammed Bello Yerima
This study assessed the quality of Dutse abattoir wastewater being discharged into the environment. Grab sampling method was used to collect twelve (12) wastewater samples over the period of four (4) weeks. Temperature, pH, turbidity, electrical conductivity (EC), nitrates, sulfate, phosphate, dissolved oxygen (DO), chemical oxygen demand (COD), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), and total heterotrophic bacterial count (THBC) were analyzed using standardized methods. Results obtained show that the
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Water Footprint and Economic Productivity of Potato Production in South Africa
Olugbenga Aderemi Egbetokun, Gavin Cecil Gilbert Fraser
An alarming four billion individuals worldwide grapple with acute water scarcity. Notably, South Africa, nestled amongst the world's most parched lands, suffers from severe freshwater limitations, ranking 30th in scarcity indices. Introduced in 2003, the "water footprint" framework offers a valuable technique for measuring water utilization in production systems. The WF is composed of three colours: green, blue, and grey. Data on potato production, price, a
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Impact of Flooding Disaster on Economic Returns of Fish Farmers in Rivers State Nigeria
Enwa Sarah, Felix Odemero Achoja
The devastating effect of flooding on aquaculture-based businesses has been a topical issue in recent times in workshops and other public debates in Nigeria. The survival and growth of aquaculture businesses depend on the profit earned by the operators. Empirical information on the link between flooding and profitability is scanty. This study examines the relationship between flooding and economic returns for fish farmers in Rivers State, Nigeria. This research draws its significance from its re
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Reaction of Internet Users to the Seismic Hazard
Alexandr Vasilievitch Tertyshnikov
A prototype of a generalized portrait of the activity of the Internet community for three major earthquakes that occurred in different regions of the Earth: Mexico, Japan and Afghanistan is discussed. The activity of the Internet community is a reaction to the second alarm system. A model of the reaction of Internet community activity to earthquake precursors is proposed. To diagnose "informational" harbingers of seismic danger, sets of query words semantically related to geophysical h
2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
The Evaluation of the In-Vitro Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory Potentials of the Tender Water of Cocosnucifera (L.)
Enwa Felix Oghenemaro, Egbule Olivia Sochi, Offideh Frances Oghenovo, Oghenejobo Michael
The aim of this study was to evaluate the antibacterial and anti-inflammatory potentials of the tender water of Cocosnucifera (L.). Antibacterial potentials of tender coconut water were assessed utilizing the agar well diffusion method, and the anti-inflammatory test was carried out by the Human Red Blood Cell (HRBC) membrane stabilization method, and the supernatant solution estimated using a UV-Visible spectrophotometer at a wavelength of 560 nm.The highest antimicrobial activity was observed

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2023 Volume 12 Issue 4
Application of Green Energy Technology for Environmental Sustainability
K. R. Padma, K. R. Don, M. Reshma Anjum, G. Sai Sindhu, M. Sankari
Currently, the need for power consumption is important to develop cities and industries. There are numerous traditional methods of receiving power for needs, but they are threats to environmental pollution. This is why we need to focus on alternative methods of receiving power. Green energy can be considered an effective means of promoting the amount of energy needed for industries, urban territories, and businesses without damaging the environment. Green energy is typically derived from renewab
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Antecedents of Green Innovation among SMEs in Ghana: The Moderating Role of Organizational Green Core Competence
Lydia Asare Kyire, Owusu Ackah, Eugene Owusu Acheampong, Mawutor Humphrey Ackumey Korda
The drive toward sustainable production and consumption has gained momentum among academics, policymakers, and industry practitioners. A critical factor in this sustainability match is the recycling entrepreneur/firm. This study explores both internal and external factors that impact the green innovation performance of small and medium enterprises using a resource-based view as a theoretical lens. The study examines the relationship between stakeholder sustainability pressure, sustainability ide
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Wildlife Conservation in Nigeria: A perception of Professionals and Practitioners
Salamatu Jidda Fada, Taiwo Crossby Omotoriogun, Talatu Tende, Kehinde Abidemi, Adewale Gboyega Awoyemi, Babalola Folaranmi, Anthony Adekunle Ogunjinmi, Omotola AnthonyJaiyeola, Grace Pam, Edem Archibong Eniang
Like most parts of the world, the decline in diversity, abundance, and distribution of wildlife species is of grave concern to conservation professionals and practitioners in Nigeria. In March 2021, the IUCN released a report on the decline in African Elephant populations; this development and similar ones have spurred more concerns about the remaining elephant and other mammal populations in Nigeria. This study investigated current perceptions of factors and challenges to biodiversity conservat
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Antibiotics are Current Approaches to Improve Productivity Using Soil Microbiome
Kanchi Ravi Padma, K R Don, B Dinesh, D Karthikeyan
The tremendous minuscule complexity of species on Earth has long captivated environmentalists. Unquestionably, one of the most important areas of focus in bio-ecology is understanding the complex patterns of this variety and the prevailing influence to control them. However, a portion of ecology has always received attention and is only examined above and below ground. Furthermore, understanding the relationship between microflora and their bio-ecology is crucial to understanding the ecosystem.
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Extraction of Alcohols From Non-Edible Agricultural Weed, Lignocellulouic Feedstock - Alternanthera caracasana
Shree Raksha Yadav Malthesh, Raghu Ram Achar, Archer Ann Cathrine, Kalya Tulasidas Vadiraj
Since natural resources for fossil fuels are getting harder to find, bioethanol has become one of the most promising and attractive liquid fuels. Bioethanol, which can be made from lignocellulosic materials, is getting more and more attention because it is easy to get, cheap, environmentally friendly, and beneficial. Bioethanol is the perfect fuel substitute in our view. Bioethanol is a cleaner-burning fuel with the potential to match gasoline's performance in internal combustion engines. Ac
2023 Volume 12 Issue 3
Rust, Weather & Wheat Yield Yellow Rust, Wheat Cultivar, and Weather Conditions are Influencing Crop Yield
Bita Naseri, Dariush Safaee
This research attempted to predict yield in wheat cultivars varying in maturity and planting date, and resistance to yellow rust. The highest yield ranking was detected for the earliest planting date (October) with yield being improved by 184.55% compared to the latest planting date (January). The highest and lowest yield rankings were determined for the first (2013-2014) and fourth (2016-2017) years of study, respectively. The first principal factor detected the interaction of yellow rust progr

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2015 Volume 4


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2023 Volume 12 Issue 4

Application of Green Energy Technology for Environmental Sustainability
K. R. Padma, K. R. Don, M. Reshma Anjum, G. Sai Sindhu, M. Sankari
The Evaluation of the In-Vitro Antibacterial and Anti-Inflammatory Potentials of the Tender Water of Cocosnucifera (L.)
Enwa Felix Oghenemaro, Egbule Olivia Sochi, Offideh Frances Oghenovo, Oghenejobo Michael
Reaction of Internet Users to the Seismic Hazard
Alexandr Vasilievitch Tertyshnikov
Impact of Flooding Disaster on Economic Returns of Fish Farmers in Rivers State Nigeria
Enwa Sarah, Felix Odemero Achoja
Water Footprint and Economic Productivity of Potato Production in South Africa
Olugbenga Aderemi Egbetokun, Gavin Cecil Gilbert Fraser
Machine Learning Approaches for Prediction of Daily River Flow
Naser Shiri, Sepideh Karimi, Jalal Shiri

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