Journal Description

Advanced Journal of Environmental Sciences (2836-6166) is a monthly, open-access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes high-quality research on all aspects of environmental science. Th. The journal aims to advance the understanding of environmental issues and their impact on human health and the natural world, and promote interdisciplinary research and collaboration among researchers in different fields of environmental science.


AJES publishes original research articles, reviews, short communications, and case studies. The journal seeks to promote interdisciplinary research that integrates different fields of environmental science to address complex environmental problems.

HUMAN HEALTH AND SOCIOECONOMIC IMPACTS OF OIL AND GAS ACTIVITIES IN SELECTED COMMUNITIES IN RIVERS STATE

This study was carried out to assess the human health and socioeconomic impacts of oil and gas activities in selected Rivers State communities. Primary data were collected from questionnaire responses from respondents living within close proximity to the selected flare locations. The results revealed that 25.8% of the total respondents strongly agreed that gas flaring had significant impacts on air pollution in their community of residence, 64.1% of the total respondents agreed, 2.5% were

Ohanuna, C, Imiete, G, Aigbe, E

IMPACT OF VARIATION ON COST PERFORMANCE OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN NKANU-WEST LGA, ENUGU STATE

Construction projects are the major things that contribute to the socio-economic growth of any country in the world and for a country to be developed there must be a lot of construction projects in the country which include the construction of roads, schools, hospitals, bridges, dams, railways, highways, ports, airports etc. The construction industry in both developed and developing countries is viewed as the sector of the economy which planning, design, construction, maintenance, repair and

Joy Okereke, Ph.D

PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS, HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATION, AND MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION IN KEY WATER SOURCES WITHIN BENUE SOUTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT, NIGERIA

Access to clean and safe water is crucial for human health and well-being. This study aimed to assess the physicochemical characteristics, heavy metal concentration, and microbial contamination in key water sources within the Benue South Senatorial District, Nigeria. A total of nine water samples were collected from three river sources, including Ohimini, Okpokwu, and Ofumenyi rivers, across different locations within the senatorial district. The physicochemical parameters analyzed included

Inalegwu Bawa, Ayodeji Oluwafemi Idowu, Samuel A. Agada, Valentine Ogwuche, Matthew O. Itodo, Anthony O. Ejila, Agnes E. Abba , Daniel E. Uti