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An overview of significant influences and formative experiences on the development of adults’ environmental awareness in nine countries
(Taylor&Francis Online: Environmental Education Research, 2006-07-28)
This article, like the preceding one in this special issue of the journal, examines the relative importance of various categories of influence and formative life experiences on the development of environmental educators’ ...
The use of stakeholder analysis in integrated watershed management
(Mountain Research and Development., 2013-05-01)
In the Ngenge watershed, at Mt. Elgon in the eastern Ugandan highlands, agricultural practices cause serious soil erosion problems and subsequent decrease in soil and water quality. Attempts to manage soil erosion through ...
Assessment of levels, speciation, and toxicity of trace metal contaminants in selected shallow groundwater sources, surface runoff, wastewater, and surface water from designated streams in lake Victoria Basin, Uganda
(Journal of Environmental and Public Health, 2019-05)
The levels, speciation of elements, and toxicity of selected trace metals as well as other parameters in selected surface water, shallow groundwater sources, landfill leachate, and associated surface runoff in the Lake ...
Competitive and noncompetitive batch sorption studies of aqueous cd(ii) and pb (ii) uptake onto coffea canephora husks, cyperus papyrus stems, and musa spp. peels
(Journal of Chemistry, 2015-09)
Coffea canephora, Cyperus papyrus, and Musa spp. were studied for competitive and noncompetitive removal of aqueous Cd2+ and Pb2+. The optimal conditions were pH 4.5 and agitation time 3.0 hours. Biomass constituent ions ...