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Central Asian Journal of Environmental Science and Technology Innovation
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  • The Central Asian Journal of Environmental Science and Technology Innovation is an international Bi-Monthly journal of CAS-press in Sari (Iran). As you know, our environment is constantly changing, and this is something that we cannot ignore. Therefore, as our environment changes, and also the need for awareness of the problems surrounding it, must increase. With respect to severe influx of natural disasters,
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January 2020 - January 2025
Central Asian Journal of Environmental Science and Technology Innovation
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: abaalinaseri@yahoo.com (A.A. Naseri) RESEARCH PAPER • This research aims to simulate groundwater depth using IDW, kriging and neural network model integrated with particle swarm optimization algorithm in Salman Farsi Sugarcane Agro-Industry. • Among the models used, the high...
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The effect of methyl jasmonate on lemon seed germination was investigated under salinity conditions. • This test was performed in the laboratory and factorially. • Germination energy of primed seeds with a concentration of 1.5 mM methyl jasmonate had the highest value in the absence of stress. In order to find the best treatments to accelerate the...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: ramin.samiei@ut.ac.ir (R. Samieifard) RESEARCH PAPER • Heavy metals removal from waste water especially from industrial waste waters is an important way for environmental protection. • One of the cost-effective ways for heavy metals removal from polluted waters and aqueous s...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: shirin.varkuhi@ut.ac.ir (S. Varkouhi) RESEARCH PAPER • The present study conducted due to the lack of efficient growth and yield models in important forests of northern Iran. • The effect of environmental factors such as climate change, which until now were considered static...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: malek.hassanpour@yahoo.com (M. Hassanpour) RESEARCH PAPER • The EVA is used to rank and classify the industrial groups by the statistical center of Iran. • The project cycle involves site selection, screening, initial assessment, and scoping of significant issues. • The main...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: mahboub48@yahoo.com (A. Mahboub Khomami) RESEARCH PAPER • Cow manure + sawdust vermicompost is in better conditions than cow manure vermicompost and peat. • Application of cow manure and cow manure + sawdust vermicompost significantly increases nitrogen, phosphorus and potas...
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of green intelligence education on environmental experience, environmental citizenship behavior and relationship with nature of students. The research method was a semi-experimental study with pretest-posttest design with two groups of experiment and control. The population of this research was...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: aliarshad08@yahoo.com (A. Ali) RESEARCH PAPER • The evaluation of the groundwater quality performed in Nullah Lai basin in Pakistan. • Different physcio-chemical and biological parameters on water quality based on importance in the subject area were studied. • For physical...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: Malek.hassanpour@yahoo.com (M. Hassanpour) RESEARCH PAPER • The tabulated data picked up from the initial screening step of project identification in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). • EIA plan has been defined based on materials and energy streams assessment along wi...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: t.sepahvand@ut.ac.ir (T. Sepahvand) RESEARCH PAPER • Arbuscular Mycorrhiza fungi had significant impact on plant growth parameters. • Mycorrhiza symbiosis illustrate positive effect on plant tolerance to water deficiencies. • Symbiosis decreased H2O2 and malondialdehyde (MD...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: Saffariha@ut.ac.ir (M. Saffariha) RESEARCH PAPER • Forage quality of Salvia limbata was affected by phenological stages and altitudes. • The highest percentage of N, CP, ME, and DMD were achieved in the vegetative stage. • The highest ADF was obtained in in the seed ripenin...
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The main objective of this study was to investigate the environmental risks of the Saman cement factory in Kermanshah city (Iran) using multi-criteria methods. This was a field and applied research that has been carried out with field visits to identify, categorize, and evaluate of the most important environmental risks of Saman cement factory by A...
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Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: hosein_soleimany_geo@yahoo.com (H.Soleimany) RESEARCH PAPER • Economic factors contribute to the progression of rural sustainable development. • Other factors, including social, Physical spatial and environmental factors, take a role in the sustainable development of Sirik province. • People participatio...
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The results of PCR analysis for the identification of genetically modified sources in food of plant origin, presented in this paper.The genetic modification in samples of corn, potatoes and tomatoes has been found in imported products from abroad. The results obtained make it possible in the future to assess the risk of GM (genetic modification)cro...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: alibafkar@yahoo.com (A. Bafkar) RESEARCH PAPER • The existence of chemical solutes in water and soil resources is main environmental problems. • The removal of sodium onto the wheat straw and rice husk wastes nanostructured sorbents has been evaluated. • The increasing in pH...
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In Ajara's floristic region of Georgia, 1837 species of vascular plants are distributed, of which 174 are endemic and divided into 5 groups of the Caucasus, Cholchis, Ajara-Lazeti, Georgia, and Ajara by geographic structure. According to life forms, 136 species are perennial grasses, 6 species are biennial, 6 annuals, 11 trees, 13 bushes, and two t...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: aliarshad08@yahoo.com (A. Ali) REVIEW PAPER • The risk assessment process should use the latest methods such as remote sensing and GIS to take preventive measures and reduce risk. • Risk assessment process components including hazards, elements at risk, and vulnerability, ar...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: Peter@lohmander.com (P. Lohmander) RESEARCH PAPER • The areas of forest fires are explained as functions of average temperature and other factors. • The relative forest fire area increases with the average temperature and the size of the total forest area. It decreases with...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract *Corresponding author: aliarshad08@yahoo.com(A.Ali) RESEARCH PAPER • The treatability of CP-M wastes in a single-step UASB reactor is quite feasible. • The biogas production rate was comparatively less in such cases, but the kinetic coefficient was identical. • The anaerobic digestion of CP-M is a...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: alchitiki@gmail.com (AK Chitiki) RESEARCH PAPER  There is a direct relationship between soil and vegetation.  As a habitat for micro-macro organisms, the soil is of crucial importance.  The forest is the sole biodiversity hotspots home for many species.  Soil properties...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract ISSN: 2717-0519 * Corresponding author: d_malakhov_73@mail.ru (D Malakhov) RESEARCH PAPER • Grassland ecosystems represent a widespread type of terrestrial ecosystem. • The study aims to compare the accuracy of NIR-RED-based indices with transformed NDMI. • NDMI is more sensitive than traditional...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: gopaldixit2k@yahoo.com (G Dixit) RESEARCH PAPER  Disposal of industrial effluents and wastes is a main problem of modern world.  The environment is dramatically affected by wastes from the fertilizer factories.  Accumulation of solid and dissolved solids in plants has ne...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: h.o.nwankwoala@gmail.com (HO. Nwankwoala) RESEARCH PAPER • Ecosystem degradation and incubation at risk of natural disasters such as floods. • The gradual destruction of a diversity of ecosystems leading to the depletion of ecosystem services. • Disaster risk is incubated t...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: drqaisar@cuiatd.edu.pk (Q. Mamood) RESEARCH PAPER • Waste Management (WM) is collecting, transportation to landfill, energy recovery, or recycling into useful products. • Economic growth, changing consumption and production patterns, result in an increase in the generation...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: aliarshad08@yahoo.com (A Ali) RESEARCH PAPER  The use of alum in sugar mills effluent treatment is cost-effective and available.  Water pollution and the shortage are now at a warning level in Pakistan.  Major of parameters were not in Pak-EPA NEQS limitations in the stu...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: dr_ebadi2000@yahoo.com (AG Ebadi) RESEARCH PAPER  Heavy metals affect adversely the aquatic and terrestrial environments.  Phytoremediation is an approach used to detoxify contaminated areas.  Plant can be a useful material for remediation of heavy metals from contaminat...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: peter@lohmander.com (P Lohmander) RESEARCH PAPER  The global climate is found on the international agenda.  Expansion of the managed forest area is highly important to reduce global warming.  Forest management should be optimized with consideration of climate, energy, th...
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The world today is facing a serious challenge of pollution in diverse forms such as land pollution. Land pollution deals with harmful substances enters into the land to such an extent that it affects the environment and those that inhabit it. Land pollution is induced by the improper disposal of waste, mining, urbanization, agricultural chemicals,...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: ahmed.u.a@hotmail.com (UA Ahmed) RESEARCH PAPER  Faecal contamination of food is a form of faecal-oral transmission.  Waste water uses for agricultural activities have to be prohibited.  This study would help policy makers to devise suitable means for food safety, polici...
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Using climate and soil parameters, zonation of tree communities and species associations were classified along altitudinal gradients of Amani Nature Reserve (ANR) and Udzungwa Mountains (UMF). The plots were sampled from the two mentioned sites and classified separately. In addition, tree communities were named based on dominant and diagnostic spec...
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The present research examined the Arts of converting waste to wealth, towards environmental sustainability objectives in Nigeria. The concepts of waste and waste management of reduce, re-use and recycle through various processes, particularly artistic processes were analysed. Art as a concept and how artistic activities help to convert waste to wea...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: y.b.maina@gmail.com (YB Maina) RESEARCH PAPER  There is the need to improve the income of the consumer because higher income level in the long run results to low CO2 emission.  LPG use should be encouraged in order to help improve the air quality of the environment.  The...
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Provision of environmental sanitation is of great importance to the health status of the people. However, the success may severely depend on the effective access to information and education which are communicated to the public. The purpose of this study is to examine the degree of correlation of demographic factors and environmental sanitation edu...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: s.a.abere1980@gmail.com (S A. Abere) RESEARCH PAPER • Hazardous waste could be a source of job creation and revenue generation, if properly managed. • Dumping sites are barren due to the presence of heavy metal. • Significant difference seen among dumpsite dot parameters fo...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: drqaisar@cuiatd.edu.pk (M Qaisar) RESEARCH PAPER  Water stress affects the crop productivity in many regions.  A noteworthy and positive connection exists between natural product yield and development and physiological parameters.  Chlorophyll content is suitable index f...
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A method for simulating future rainfall events using improved k-nearest neighbors algorithm (k-NN) used in this study. A simulation day was selected in the month of August. The algorithm steps and resampling with historical data was applied to simulate rainfall events in Kaduna River catchment as a basis for future understanding about the character...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: jaopara@yahoo.com (JA Opara) RESEARCH PAPER • Vegetation cover play crucial role in the provision of food, shelter, wildlife habitat, fuel, daily supplies of medicinal ingredients and paper. • Vegetation resources especially forests are dynamic in nature, and mostly affecte...
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This study investigates the environmental impact of a recent oil spill incident in Bonny terminal using groundwater media. The objective was to establish the presence of Contaminants of Concern (COC), determine, quantify and model spilled volumeIEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging and Manufacturing Technology and ascertain potential health ri...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: M.toghani@baboliau.ac.ir (M Toughani) RESEARCH PAPER  The present study evaluates the impact of contaminants on the biological conditions of Haraz River.  Rivers are vital sources of freshwater supply for agricultural, industrial, urban and drinking purposes.  Of the env...
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The environment of Iran is constantly changing in recent years and this issue cannot be ignored. The critical environmental crisis should refer to global warming, overcrowding, decreasing natural resources, garbage disposal, ozone layer destruction, deforestation, rainfalls, water pollution, public health issues, and genetic engineering. Men around...
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The Today, synthetic products such as industrial waste, pesticides, batteries, paints, and industrial or domestic sludge widely applied, as well as and manufacturing can adversely result in heavy metal contamination of urban and agricultural soils. Simultaneously, by growth of industrialization and urbanization, the environmental safety of soil has...
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Niger River Delta located in Nigeria supplies the economic necessities which situates it firmly in the Comity of Nations and sustains its enviable position in the world map as Africa’s largest economy and the most endowed country of the world. Over the years, this natural endowment which expectedly should have enhanced the regional peoples’ welfare...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: drqaisar@cuiatd.edu.pk (Q. Mahmood) RESEARCH PAPER • Impact of poor water and sanitation on household economy was investigated. • Qualitative and quantitative approaches were used to assess the impact of poor water and sanitation on households economy. • People have not acc...
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Highlights Graphical Abstract Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: esam.buzaid2019@yahoo.com (EMKR Buzaid) RESEARCH PAPER  The Mediterranean Sea is known to encompass a high diversity of important habitats threatened nowadays.  In Libya, fish are essential component of coast, which constitutes 36% of the Arabic Mediterranean coasts.  Th...
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Article Info Abstract * Corresponding author: ahuseyinli@yahoo.com (AA Huseyinli) RESEARCH PAPER  The access to qualified drinking water for the population, is a key problem for the government of The Republic of Azerbaijan.  The providing clean drinking water for population demands, is one the aims for social and economic parts of the republic. ...
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The Fulani tribe of Northern Nigeria brought Schistosomiasis with them during their migration from the Upper Nile Basin. Formerly, Schistosomias was not paid attention in the studied area for two reasons. Firstly, Schistosomiasis was confining to provincial networks where cleanliness is insufficient, destitution wins and unhealthiness and contamina...

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