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The journal was established initially by the name of Journal of Environment and Pollution in 1994, whose name was later changed to Nature Environment and Pollution Technology in the year 2002. It has now become an open access online journal from the year 2017 with ISSN: 2395-3454 (Online). The journal was established especially to promote the cause for environment and to cater the need for rapid dissemination of the vast scientific and technological data generated in this field. It is a part of many reputed international indexing and abstracti [...]

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In this experiment, air and nutrients were injected into a low temperature heavy oil reservoir to initiate an indigenous microbial enhanced oil recovery (MEOR) process with a cumulative increment of 1872 t heavy oil. This study reveals the response of microbial communities in the field before and during MEOR based on culture-dependent enrichment and culture-independent 16S rRNA gene clone libr ...

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Invasive plant species have the potential to damage crops, industries, environment and public health, hence scientists, academicians, leaders of industry and land managers are realizing that invasive species are serious environmental threats for the 21st century. Parthenium weed is an annual herb in the family Asteraceae which is native to northern Mexico and southern USA. It is spreading acro ...

SUBJECT: parthenium; asteraceae

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The sediments in a ditch may be altered from phosphorus source to the sink, or vice-versa. This study examined the effects of pH, dissolved oxygen (DO), and light intensity on the amount of phosphorus release. Phosphate is most susceptible to the adsorption by sediment when the pH is 7, while phosphorus release is greater in the alkaline range and reduced in acidic conditions. The interception ...

SUBJECT: dissolved oxygen; ph

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Every day, millions of agricultural workers are exposed to noise at work and all the risks this can entail. The World Health Organization (WHO) states “noise-induced hearing loss is insidious, permanent and irreparable”. By using power tiller, more than the permissible exposure limit to noise may cause serious health problems to the agricultural workers. This paper examines the noise propagati ...

SUBJECT: agricultural workers

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The present long term study deals with the aerosol-cloud optical properties carried out during 2003-2012 over Kedarnath (30.73°N, 79.07°E) of the sub-Himalayan region of Uttarakhand, India with a resolution of 1°×1° grid in magnitude. The study was conducted using Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) sensor onboard NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites. Interannual and seasonal var ...

SUBJECT: himalayan region

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Fluctuations of groundwater table (GWT) has great role in agriculture through assured supply of irrigation in industry and other fronts. As such, probability of possible GWT also plays an important role in terms of efficient usages of this valuable resource. An attempt has been made to find probability distributions taking seasonal (January, May, August and November for 2005 to 2013) informati ...

SUBJECT: water resources; groundwater

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Environmental problems in rural areas of China can be fundamentally solved by preventing and controlling agricultural chemical pollution. On the basis of local and foreign literature, the current research used relevant statistical data regarding the use of chemical fertilizers from 1993 to 2013 and the use of agricultural films and pesticides from 1993 to 2012. Then, the paper adopted SSPS cal ...

SUBJECT: pesticides

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Mountain flood that causes landslide and other geological disasters can damage the fragile ecological environment in mountain areas. In this paper, threshold and distribution model of accumulated temperature based on snowmelt flood magnitude are designed in mountainous watershed. Meanwhile, input data for this model make use of ample reliable data that include remote sensing and so on. In deta ...

SUBJECT: environment; agricultural land

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Eight bacterial strains were isolated from lead-cadmium contaminated soil samples obtained from a Tungsten mine. Pb2+ and Cd2+ adsorption abilities of the isolated strains were screened. One isolate, referred to as Strains S, was selected for further study because of its relatively high adsorption ability. Five factors affecting adsorption of Pb2+ and Cd2+ were studied, namely, the initial con ...

SUBJECT: cadmium; lead

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Alluvial islands are unique river landscapes. The vegetation composition of Alluvial islands and the physicochemical properties of its soil are good indicators for studying plants in its riparian zone. This study explores and determines the relationship between the biological diversity of vegetation and the physicochemical properties of soil in the alluvial islands of Lijiang River basin. A fi ...

SUBJECT: islands

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