Environmental & Physical Sciences

Research Papers/Topics in Environmental & Physical Sciences

COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON THE IMPACT OF INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES ON THE VALUE OF PROPERTIES (A CASE STUDY OF ITAKUDIMOH AND FATE AREA).

TABLE OF CONTENTSTitle page iCertification iiDedication iiiAcknowledgement ivTable of contents v-viiSynopsis viiiCHAPTER ONE 1.0. Introduction 11.1. Statement of problem 21.2. Aim and objectives 31.3. Significance of study 41.4. Scope of study 41.5. Limitation of study 5 1.6 study area (geographical settings, historical background and locational map ) 51.7 Definition of terms 5CHAPTER TWO  2.0. Literature review 2.1. Types of infrastructure2.2. Management of infrastructure2.3....

PROBLEM ASSOCIATED WITH THE MANAGEMENT OF LOW INCOME RESIDENTIAL HOUSING ESTATE (A CASE STUDY OF OLOFA HOUSING ESTATE OFFA)

SYNOPSISHousing as a form of property investment required proper management and maintenance in order to ensure a better – standard of living. The inadequacy of good management can however resulted to serious problems that could redness estate life cycle.Management strategies in this respect are meant to be objectives, plans and policies carefully set up to ensure or to achieve a desirable result. In the course of management; contrary of general belief, management entails more than mere rent...

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE PERFORMANCE OF MORTAGE INSTITUTE OF REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT (A CASE OF FEDERAL MORTAGE BANK OF NIGERIA IBADAN BRANCH)

SYNOPSIS Real properly development is the application of capital managerial skill and entrepreneurial activities to the economy of land resources development whose form is subordinate to the constraint imposed on it by nature. The research carried out during project work revealed some of the problems facing the financial institutions in real property development which are problems arising from the mortgagor side which include non-repayment of borrowed loan by the mortgagor. Secondly the probl...

WETLAND DEGRADATION IN JINJA DISTRICT; A CASE STUDY OF LAKE VICTORIA, UGANDA

ABSTRACTThe main purpose of this study was to find out the causes of wetland degradation in JinjaDistrict, Uganda. The study covered the awareness of the people on wetlands; the valuesof the ecosystems; and the impacts of wetland’ degradation, so as to come up withstrategies for better management and conservation of the Lake Victoria wetlands.This study found that wetland degradation was attributed to by anthropogenic factorsincluding industrial pollution, over-harvesting, dumping, introduc...

THE IMPLICATION OF WETLAND DEGRADATION ON THE ENVIRONMENT IN RUKUNGIRI DISTRICT. A CASE STUDY OF NYARUZINGA VILLAGE.

ABSTRACTThe purpose of this study is to understand the phenomenon of wetlanddegradation on the environment in Rukungiri District Nyaruzinga Parish withsome references made to neighbouring parishes.The study was guided by four objectives that is; to find out the causes of wetlanddegradation, identify the consequences of wetland degradation on theenvironment, to find out what has been done to minimize the consequences andto recommend and suggest possible solutions on how to control wetlanddegra...

Effects of Agricultural Intensification On Wetland Conservation in Nsambya Sub-County, Kyankwanzi District, Uganda.

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVALDEDICATIONACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivACRONYMSABSTRACT viTABLE OF CONTENTS viiLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGURESCHAPTER ONE i1.0 Introduction and background of the study 11 .2 Problem statement 31.3 Objectives of the study 31.3.1 General objective 31.3.2 Specific objectives 31.5 Scope of the study 41.5.1 Geographical scope 41.5.2 Content scope 41.5.3 Time scope 41.6 Significance 41.7 Definition of key terms1.8 Conceptual framework 6CHAPTER TWO 7LITERATURE REVIEW 72.0 Intr...

Impact of Solid Waste Disposal On Sanitation Standards and Water Sources in Mbale Municipality, Eastern Uganda

TABLE OF CONTENTSAPPROVALDEDICATIONDECLARATION .IiACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ivLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGURESLIST OF ACRONYMS xiABSTRACTCHAPTER ONE3.0 INTRODUCTION 11.1 Background to the Study 1I .2 Problem statement 31.3 Objectives of study 31 .4 Research questions 41.5 Purpose of the Study 41.6 Scope of Study 41.7 Limitations and Delimitations of the Study 51.8 Definition of Key Concepts 5CHAPTER TWO2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 62.1 Types of solid wastes produced 62. 1.] Mitnicipal solid waste 62.1.2 Hazardo...

The Effects of Poverty On the Environment A Case Study of Kibera Slums In Kibera Sub-Location, Nairobi District-Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPROVAL UDEDICATION fl~ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivABSTRACT VACRONYMS V~TABLE OF CONTENTS viiCHAPTER ONE1.0 Introduction 11.1 Background of the study 11.2 Statement of the problem 31.3 Study objectives 31.4 Research questions 31.5 Scope of the study 41.6 Significance of the study 4CHAPTER TWO2.0 Literature review 52.1 Introduction 52.2 The causes of poverty 62.3 Effects of poverty on the environment 82.4 Measures that have been put in place to alleviate poverty. 13CHAPTER TH...

IMPACT OF BANKING RECAPITALIZATION ON REAL ESTATE SECTOR (A CASE STUDY OF OSOGBO, THE CAPITAL OF OSUN STATE)

SYNOPSISThe pre-consolidation era in the banking sector can be dated back prior to July 2004 when there were various banks existing and operating in the country. During this period, the total number of banks existing in the country was 89. After the consolidation exercise, the banking sectors was termed as being strong, stable and reliable mega bank. This is the first phase of the consolidation exercise which trimmed the number of banks in Nigeria from eighty nine (89) to twenty   f...

THE CHALLENGES OF WETLAND MANAGEMENT IN MAKINDYE DIVISION KAMPALA UGANDA

ABSTRACT The study examined the challenges in the management of Kasanga and Kyetinda Wetlands in Makindye division Kampala district. The study aimed to establish human activities in Kasanga and Kyetinda wetlands in Makindye division Kampala district and identify the management issues. Using a semi-structured questionnaire, interview guide and direct observations, 48 respondents including NEMA officials, community leaders and residents were interviewed. Results majorly show three activities i...

IBM's Marketing Strategy and Planning

Executive SummaryIBM is a large international corporation. It develops and markets software applications, hardware, computer systems, and nanotechnology. The corporation is one of the top electronic and information technology businesses in New York City, USA. It controls and runs a number of subsidiary enterprises and multinational corporations around the world, including large operations in the United States, India, and Australia. IBM is a diverse computing and consulting firm that has built...

The Influence of Ecotourism for Sustainable Development: Case Study of Hola, Fafi and Malindi Districts, Kenya.

The Influence of Ecotourism for Sustainable Development: Case Study of Hola, Fafi and Malindi Districts, Kenya. Table of ContentsDECLARATIONAPPROVAL iiDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivABSTRACT vTable of Contents ixLIST OF ACRONYMS xiiLIST OF TABLES AND DIAGRAMS xivCHAPTER ONE 1Introduction and Background I1.1 Key Characteristics of tourism in Kenya - A checklist 61.2 Problem Statement 61.3 Project Objectives 71.4 Research Questions 71.5 Scope of the study Area 71.6 Research Justification 8CHAP...

Impacts of Urbanization On the Water Resources: A Case Study of Makindye Division Kampala District.

TABLE OF CONTENTSAPPROVALDECLARATION .iiDEDICATION iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ivTABLE OF CONTENTS vLIST OF TABLES viiiLIST OF FIGURES ixLIST OF ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS xABSTRACT xiCHAPTER ONE 1INTRODUCTION 11 .0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the study’ 11 .2 Problem statement 21 .3 Study objectives 21.3,1 General objectives 21 .3.2 Specific objectives 21 .4 Research questions 31.5 Justification of the Study 3VCHAPTER TWO ~4LITERATURE REVIEW 42.0 Introduction 42.1 Urbanization 42.2 Characteristi...

The Role of Agro-Forestry in Poverty Reduction in Kabale District: A Case Study of Kyanamir& Sub-County

TABLE OF CONTENTS.Content PageDeclarationApprovalDedication ivAcknowledgment vTable of contents viList of Tables and Figures ixList of Acronyms Abbreviations xAbstractCHAPTER ONE:1 .0 Introduction i1.1 Background to the study i1.2 Statement of the problem 21.3 Objectives of the study 31.4 Research questions 31.5 Scope ofthe study 41.6 Justification of the study 41.7 Significance of the study 41.8 Limitations of the study sCHAPTER TWO: LITEkATURE REVIEW2.1 Agro-forestry goods and services bein...

CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH PROPERTY RATING IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF ABEOKUTA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN OGUN STATE)

SYNOPSIS Property rating is not a new phenomenon in history; it is as old as a man himself. The payment of tax was originated as man learnt to live together in an organized community. In Africa society for instance, grown up males are often participating in a communal labor to maintain the path way leading to village, farm kinds, construction of roads, public square. In view of the above historical facts, Abeokuta North Local Government Area is been involved in the course of rating exercise. ...


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