Volume 9, Issue 2

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • Characterization and quantification of solid waste in rural regions 

    Syafrudin, S.؛ Masjhoer, J.M.؛ Maryono, M. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Population growth and economic activity in rural areas are factors driving the waste generation rate. Rural waste management generally still applies conventional patterns and has the potential ...

  • Heavy metals concentration in the sediment of the aquatic environment caused by the leachate discharge from a landfill 

    Sulistyowati, L.؛ Nurhasanah, N.؛ Riani, E.؛ Cordova, M. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Heavy metals are categorized as hazardous pollutants due to their incapability in decomposing and undergoing bioaccumulation and biomagnification. Heavy metal pollution is a global issue, ...

  • Geospatial visualization and seasonal variation of heavy metals in river sediments 

    Justus Reymond, D.؛ Sudalaimuthu, K. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Heavy metals can enter the food chain in the aquatic environment and become available for accumulation in biota. Industrialization and agricultural developments are progressively causing ecological ...

  • Microplastics contamination in two peripheral fish species harvested from a downstream river 

    Maulana, M.R.؛ Saiful, S.؛ Muchlisin, Z.A. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: The occurrence of plastic waste pollution in waters has become a major issue globally. One of the waters which tend to be polluted with plastic waste such as bags, food wrappers, and unused fishing ...

  • Drought stress tolerance based on selection indices of resistant crops variety 

    Daneshvar rad, R.؛ Heidari Sharifabad, H.؛ Torabi, M.؛ Azizinejad, R.؛ Salemi, H.R.؛ Heidari Soltanabadi, M. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The stress caused by dryness can affect plant growth and physiology. Several coping mechanisms (recovery, avoidance, tolerance and drought escape) have been developed to mitigate the impact of ...

  • Environmental assessment of river water quality near oil and gas fields 

    Patimah, A.S.؛ Prasetya, A.؛ Santosa, S.H.M.B. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The research aimed to evaluate the water quality of the Cangkring River in Tuban Regency, East Java Province, Indonesia, at the segment near the oil and gas fields (Mudi Pad A, B, and C).METHODS: ...

  • Ecological and human health implications of mercury contamination in the coastal water 

    Mallongi, A.؛ Rauf, A.U.؛ Astuti, R.D.P.؛ Palutturi, S.؛ Ishak, H. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The increasing population and anthropogenic activities in coastal areas affects the presence of mercury in coastal waters. Therefore, this study aims to 1) assess the ecological and human health ...

  • Components and predictability of pollutants emission intensity 

    Farajzadeh, Z.؛ Nematollahi, M.A. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The rank of Iran in terms of pollutant emissions, which mainly originate from the consumption of energy products, is much higher than the rank of gross domestic product, placing Iran the fourth ...

  • Municipal solid wastes quantification and model forecasting 

    Teshome, Y.؛ Habtu, N.؛ Molla, M.؛ Ulsido, M. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The amount of solid waste produced and its impact on communities and the environment are becoming a global concern. This study aims to assess the amount, composition, and prediction models of ...

  • Environmental vulnerability characteristics in an active swarm region 

    Simanjuntak, A.V.H.؛ Muksin, U؛ Arifullah, A.؛ Lythgoe, K.؛ Asnawi, Y.؛ Sinambela, M.؛ Rizal, S.؛ Wei, S. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: For the first time, an earthquake swarm occurred from April to August 2021 in Lake Toba; Indonesia, the world's largest caldera lake. Although the earthquakes were located in a volcanic environment, ...

  • Application of microbially induced calcite precipitation to mitigate soil frost heave 

    Nikshoar, M.F.؛ Rowshanzamir, M.A.؛ Abtahi, S.M.؛ Soleimanian-Zad, S. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Soil frost heaving causes significant destruction to road pavements, railways, pipelines, and other lifeline infrastructures. The conventional methods for dealing with the soil frost heave are ...

  • Sediment organic carbon stocks in tropical lakes and its implication for sustainable lake management 

    Soeprobowti, T.R.؛ Takarina, N.D.؛ Komala, P.S.؛ Subehi, L.؛ Wojewódka-Przybył, M.؛ Jumari, J.؛ Nastuti, R. (GJESM Publisher, 2023-04-01)
    BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The lakeside has an enormous sediment carbon storage potential; however, it is susceptible to various environmental changes and can easily become a source of carbon emissions. Understanding the ...