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Article/Issue DOI: https://doi.org/10.37745/bjes.2013/vol11n1
List of Articles
Analyses of the Effects of Urban Population Growth on the Physical Environment of the Urban Secondary Schools in Anambra State
Nwike, E. C., Okoye, C. O., and Nwike, I. S.
Keywords: Effects, physical environment, urban population growth, urban secondary schools
Customary Land Delivery Systems in Botswana
Fidelis Ifeanyi Emoh & Faustin T. Kalabamu
Keywords: Botswana; customary land delivery; commoditisation of customary land rights; land boards; tribal land act.
Concentration and Comparison of Groundwater Quality in Kano Metropolis, Nigeria
Simon Stephen Mshelia and Lawan Bulama
Keywords: Groundwater, Heavy Metals, infiltration and concentration, wastewater
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