Environmental & Physical Sciences

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CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF URBAN SLUM IN ADO METROPOLIS

ABSTRACT This research work recognizes the fact that slum is a general problem to both the developing and developed worlds, while the urban areas attract people from the rural areas it gets over populated and gradually degrades and suffers. This is however, greater in the developing countries than the developed ones. The developing world cities have immigrants who want to benefit from the urban life and hence, result in housing and infrastructure inadequacy, thereby causing p...

WASTE GENERATION AND MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES IN ADO EKITI, EKITI STATE

ABSTRACT          The research work examined waste generation and management stategies in ado-ekiti, ekiti state. The study involve visiting communities with the objective of studying ways of disposing waste, its management strategies, and the importance of cleanliness and being hygienic which is the primary source of health.           The aim of this work is to analyze waste generation and management stategies in ado-ekiti, ekiti state, and objective is to exam...

Boundary and Topographical Survey of Part of Gwallameji Village, Bauchi, Bauchi State

ABSTRACTBoundary and Topographic mapping has become a very essential activity for anyarea that intends to develop. The study focused on boundary and topographicalsurvey of part of Gwallameji Village, Bauchi. Topography means configuration ofthe earth surface which include relief, the positions of streams, road, andvegetation etc. the project aimed producing boundary and topographic map of thestudy area which can be used for planning, design or engineering work.topographic maps use symbols to ...

EFFECTS OF POPULATION DYNAMICS ON TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ( A CASE STUDY OF OJA-OBA, AKURE, ONDO STATE)

ABSTRACTThis research has discussed basic population dynamics on transportation, including the basic effects on transportation and factors that influence demographic change such as migration in Oja-Oba, Akure, Ondo State. It has summarized the history of the town population growth and projections through decade, with a focus on rising urbanization and the aging of the town population. Next is the examination of the environmental, economic, and institutional implications of population dyn...

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GameNotch Premium 83 PAGES (18059 WORDS) Urban And Regional Planning Project 7 Views
Effects of Urbanisation on Rental Values of Residential and Commercial Properties

An overview of how urbanisation affects property values.Aim and Objectives The aim of the research is to examine the effects of land use planning on residentialproperty values with a view to providing direction to investors on what to consider wheninvesting in the area, while the specific objectives are to:i. To evaluate the urban planning systems in Ibadan.ii. To measure the trend in rental values of residential properties in both the plannedresidential areas and the unplanned residential a...

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ADEMOLA ISOLA Premium 47 PAGES (11110 WORDS) Estate Management Project 4 Views
Assessment of Satellite Imageries in Mapping Agricultural Lands for Use in Land Use Conflict Resolution in Parts of Plateau State, Central Nigeria

Abstract This study investigates the landuse conflict between cattle herdsmen and farmers in Plateau state, Nigeria. It analyzed the landuse and landcover dynamics of the study area between 1986 and 2014 and identified the trance-humance routes, grazing corridors and conflict zones in the area. It went further to determine the optimal farming and grazing zones using GIS multi-criteria analysis. The study made use of Landsat images of 1986, 2001 and 2014, elevation data (SRTM) of 20...

Planning for Informal Activities In Kaduna Metropolis

The Urban settlement over the world witness great influx of people from the rural area. These people move to the urban centres because of the basic infrastructure and services rendered.The white collar job (Formal activities) cannot cater for the increased population; as such, informal activities takes off. These informal activities if not planned and controlled, contravene the provision of the planned Urban settlement.

Assessment of the Effect of Communal Conflicts in Kaduna

Conflicts Cannot be separated from man. This is because every individual, organisation or institutions have their interests. In a bid to protect such interest, the interest of others are infringed upon. This research work tends to examine the causes of Conflicts in Kaduna state and profer physical planning measures to alleviate future occurrence.

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Assessment of Land Use Changes in Kaduna Metropolis. A case study of Mahuta, Chickun LGA

The only constant thing in life is change. The Landuse of a place tend to change due to the nature and type of activities of its inhabitants. These changes over time have significant effect on the environment. The positive and negative indication of such changes need to be noticed before the settlement decay. In this research work, the Landuse change ndicators are assessed and solutions are proffered to mitigate the negative effects of such changes.

Assessment of Land Use Changes in Kaduna Metropolis

The only constant thing in life is change. The Landuse of a place tend to change due to the nature and type of activities of its inhabitants. These changes over time have significant effect on the environment. The positive and negative indication of such changes need to be noticed before the settlement decay. In this research work, the Landuse change ndicators are assessed and solutions are proffered to mitigate the negative effects of such changes.

Assessment of Educational Facilities in Kaduna South LGA

In Nigeria, educational facilities are not evenly distributed; hence, the need for the assessment of the distribution pattern arises. The student enrolment into primary and secondary school differs depending on the Socio-economic activities of the location or region.

Assessment of Housing Affordability in Federal Housing Estate Oke-Ila

ABSTRACT This research attempts to assess housing affordability in Federal Housing Estate, Oke-Ila. It utilised a structured questionnaire for this purpose. The result of the analysis of this questionnaire reveals that among other things, greater percentage of people in the study area spend above 30% of their monthly income on housing. This is against the 30% affordability benchmark set by scholars such as Andrew (1998), Cox Dand Pavletich (2010) as well as Adedeji (2006). The resear...

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EVALUATION OF CSR IN THE NIGER DELTA (NEMBE REGIONS) OF BAYELSA STATE: A CASE STUDY OF SHELL

ABSTRACT Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has become a much debated issue between host communities (HC) and Multinational Oil Companies (MOCs) in Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region. The singular pursuit of profit by MOCs, at the expense of CSR, has placed some MOCs on a collision course with host communities in Niger Delta, who are asking that economic, social, and environmental sustainability be taken seriously by operational oil companies in the region. These arguments have resulted...

Lake Chad Humanitarian Situation report

Lake Chad (in French: Lac Tchad) is a large, shallow lake in Africa. It is economically very important, providing water to more than 20 million people living in the four countries which surround it — Chad, Cameroon, Niger and Nigeria. It is located mainly in the far west of Chad, bordering on north eastern Nigeria. The Chari River is its largest source of water, providing over 90% of Lake Chad's water. The lake possesses many small islands and mud banks, and its shorelines are largely...

IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH QUALITY OF GWAGWALADA TOWN, ABUJA, NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTION1.1            Background to the StudyContemporary globalization and urbanization is reproducing classic conditions historically associated with the emergence of infectious diseases and the periodically recurring pattern of epidemics and pandemics. The dynamics of contemporary globalization has contributed to various institutional gaps that make dealing with infectious diseases is increasing difficult and threaten concentrated human populations with p...


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