Journal of Environmental Science and Public Health

ISSN: 2575-9612
Impact Factor: 1.5
Index Copernicus Value: 73.85
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Articles in Volume 2 Issue 1

Research Article Open Access Pages: 1 - 23 UK
Optimization of Parameters for Sugar Releasing from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW)

Jwan J Abdullah, Roger N Ibbett, Darren Greetham, Chenyu Du and Gregory A. Tucker

Treatment of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) becomes an increasing problem worldwide; however, MSW contains high lignocellulosic content that can be further processed for the generation of electricity, transportation fuel and other commercially important products. This st...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.96120025
Research Article Open Access Pages: 24 - 35 Spain
Comparative Study of Habits in Scholar Students before and During His University Studies in Spain

Iglesias MT, Cuesta E

Evidence suggests that in most Western countries young people adopt lifestyles that affect their health negatively, raising in this way the risk of the premature appearance of chronic illnesses. Objective: is to compare the habits of scholar and university students in...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.96120026
Research Article Open Access Pages: 36 - 52 Zimbabwe
Socio-ecological Impacts of Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia Crassipes) Under Dry Climatic Conditions: The Case of Shagashe River in Masvingo, Zimbabwe

Chapungu L, Mudyazhezha OC and Mudzengi B

In Zimbabwe, aquatic environments continue to endure water hyacinth (Eichhornia Crassipes) invasions. The intricate and distinctive characteristics of water hyacinth make it one of the most ecologically resilient aquatic plants enabling it to invade major water system...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.96120027
Research Article Open Access Pages: 53 - 63 Egypt
Using DNA Barcoding Technique to Identify Some Scleractinian Coral Species along the Egyptian Coast of the Red Sea and Southern of Arabian Gulf

Mohammed Ahmed Sadek, Mohammed Ismail Ahmed, Fedekar Fadel Madkour and Mahmoud Hasan Hanafy

Scleractinian corals Phylogenetic studies have been shown that most taxa are not matched with their evolutionary histories. Using gross morphology as principal base, traditional taxonomy cannot solve the lack of well-defined and homologous characters that can describe...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.96120028
Review Article Open Access Pages: 64 - 69 Iraq
An Exploration into Wind Turbines, Their Impacts and Potential Solutions

Hiwa Mohammad Qadr

This review considers some environmental problems and solutions associated with turbines and their impact on humans and birds. The objective is to explore the relationship between noise pollution, electromagnetic interference and visual impact problems that how wind f...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.96120029

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