Environmental Science
Potential and actual evapotranspiration and Landsat derived indices

P. Kumar; D. Deka; A. Yadav; Ashwani .; M. Kumar; J.P. Das; A. Singh; A. Gurjar

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 05 March 2024


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Evapotranspiration is an important component of water balance associated with the hydrological cycle and biological processes. Accurately estimating the rate of evapotranspiration is crucial for understanding fluctuations in water availability and effectively managing water ...  Read More

Environmental Engineering
The impact of climate change on the development of water resources

M.D. Teweldebrihan; M.O. Dinka

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 March 2024


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: River basin ecology changes frequently when water resources are developed more. In order to meet human needs, the influence of climate change on river flow and hydrological structures should be understood. Population growth, corresponding economic expansion, and irrigation-related ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation in the agricultural sector

Imelda .; R. Hidayat

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 28 February 2024


  The current study provides a comprehensive analysis of climate change adaptation and mitigation in Indonesia's agricultural industry, addressing a significant research gap. By classifying approaches into ecological, economic, and social aspects, it presents valuable information for decision-makers and ...  Read More

Environmental Engineering
Estimation of livestock greenhouse gas for impact mitigation

D.S.I. Sondakh; F.R. Tulungen; J.K. Kampilong; F.S.J. Rumondor; Y.S. Kawuwung; E.P. Sanggelorang

Volume 10, Issue 2 , April 2024, , Pages 857-872


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Anthropogenic activities in livestock sectors are responsible for emitting substantial amounts of greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide, methane, and dinitrous oxide, into the atmosphere, thereby contributing to climate change. The impact of these gases can be reduced ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Climate change mitigation and adaptation through livestock waste management

E. Frimawaty; A. Ilmika; N. A. Sakina; J. Mustabi

Volume 9, Issue 4 , October 2023, , Pages 691-706


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Farmer characteristics are recognized in this study. The characteristics, perceptions, willingness to adopt climate change mitigation, and awareness of livestock farmers toward livestock waste management are the main points for determining appropriate climate mitigation rules.METHODS: ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Satellite imagery system in malaria transmission resulting from the land use/land cover change

C. Payus; J. Sentian

Volume 8, Issue 4 , October 2022, , Pages 545-560


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: This study analyzed the changes in land use and land cover trends and their implication on malaria transmission using satellite imagery applications. Deforestation or human land use activity related to water and development has expanded the ideal habitats for malaria-carrying ...  Read More

Environmental Management
Two-dimensional flood model for risk exposure analysis of land use/land cover in a watershed

G. R. Puno; R. C. Puno; I. V. Maghuyop

Volume 7, Issue 2 , April 2021, , Pages 225-238


  BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: The study involved developing a two-dimensional flood model to analyze the risk exposure of land use/land cover based on the generated flood hazard maps for the six return period scenarios in the Solana watershed.METHODS: The approach consisted of applying hydrologic and hydraulic ...  Read More

Future climate change impact on hydrological regime of river basin using SWAT model

V. Anand; B. Oinam

Volume 5, Issue 4 , October 2019, , Pages 471-484


  Hydrological components in a river basin can get adversely affected by climate change in coming future. Manipur River basin lies in the extreme northeast region of India nestled in the lesser Himalayan ranges and it is under severe pressure from anthropogenic and natural factors. Basin is un-gauged as ...  Read More

Response of conifers to UV-B and climate in mountain areas

S.L. Bondarenko; D.A. Savchuk

Volume 4, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 299-314


  The present study was focused to examine the combined effects of climate and ultraviolet-B radiation on conifer tree-ring density. Statistical methods were employed to extract tree responses in annual ring density and to identify functional relationship in trees when the level of ultraviolet-B radiation ...  Read More

Modeling the effect of climate change to the potential invasion range of Piper aduncum Linnaeus

J.C. Paquit; R.I.P. Rama

Volume 4, Issue 1 , January 2018, , Pages 71-80


  The potential effect of invasive plant species on biodiversity is one of most important subject of inquiry at present. In many parts of the world, the alarming spread of these plants has been documented. Knowing that climate exerts a dominant control over the distribution of plant species, predictions ...  Read More