Environmental Science Final Year Project Research Topics

Environmental Science Project Topic: Environmental science project topics are research topics chosen by final year students for their undergraduate research in partial fulfillment of their undergraduate programme. To ensure the research is successful, environmental science project students must first choose one or more project topics, get one of them approve by their research instructor or project supervisor and then proceed. In some cases, environmental science students are required to present a project proposal for the environmental science project topic they have chosen to research on. After this is completed and presented for approval, final year project students of environmental science can then resume the research proper starting with the introduction or historical background of the research.

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LIST OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS
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ENVIRONMENTAL HARZARD ASSESSING RISK AND REDUCING DISASTER

ABSTRACT The study provided an assessment of environmental harzard , the risk and possible solutions to reducing this disaster. The case study for this research was niger delta and it was discover oilspill and gas flare was common to thes people of the niger delta region. An assessment of the effect of gas flare and oilspill which lead to environmental degradation was also carried out. it also dis... Continue Reading »

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FIVE STAR HOTEL

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.0 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Since the time when humans lived in caves and enjoyed the benefits of stable temperatures and natural ventilation with zero mortgage and environmental impact, we have been refining our use of resources to provide improved shelter. Until very recently in human history, this refinement occurred within sustainable principles because it was dependent o... Continue Reading »

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THE IMPACT OF INEFFICIENT WASTE MANAGEMENT TO OCEANS IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background of the Study Waste or household waste is the waste generated by households. It must be discerned from municipal solid waste, which is the waste collected by the municipal collection system. Waste can be divided mainly into paper and cardboard, glass, plastic, organic fractions, hazardous waste and bulky waste (Giusti 2002). Giusti (2002) described furthe... Continue Reading »

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DELIVERY OF LOW INCOME HOUSING IN NIGERIA (CASE STUDY OF JOS METROPOLIS)

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Shortage of adequate housing virtually abounds in every country, particularly in the developing and third world countries. The shortage, in both quantitative and qualitative terms, is more acute in the urban centres. Omojinmi (2000) observed that people that sleep in indecent houses in urban Nigeria are more than people who sleep in decent houses.... Continue Reading »

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THE IMPACT OF SOLID WASTES IN URBAN CENTRES IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study The Solid wastes comprise all the wastes arising from human and animal activities that are normally solid, discarded as useless or unwanted. Also included are by products of process lines or materials that may be required by law to be disposed of (Okecha 2000). Solid waste can be classified in a number of ways, on the basis of sources, environme... Continue Reading »

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AN ASSESSMENT OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACTS (EFFECTS) OF AGULU-NANKA GULLY EROSION, ANAMBRA STATE, SOUTHEASTERN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Soil erosion is the systematic removal of soil including plant nutrients from the land surface by various agents of denudation. This paper highlights the social and economic impacts of gulling in the area. Social effects include; loss of ancestral homes, loss of school building, loss of church building and loss of sources of water supply. Economic effects studied are loss of farmland, los... Continue Reading »

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IMPACT OF LANDFILL DIVERSION IN NIGERIA

Abstract This research examines the impact of land fill diversion and their impact on Nigeria. This has some socio economic and political implications on sustainable development, while the management of waste is a matter of national and international concern. Recent events in major cities of world have shown that the problems of waste management have become a “monster” that has aborted... Continue Reading »

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A TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE PROPOSED LANDSCAPE DESIGN OF FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

AIM AND OBJECTIVESThe aim of the study is to improve the visual aesthetics of the whole environment at large and make the faculty more convenient for man through the provision of different facilities lacking in the area.OBJECTIVESThe objectives are those principled processes we intend to follow so as to actualize our goal.(a) carrying out an in depth study on the area so as to understand the site ... Continue Reading »

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APPRAISAL OF THE EFFECT OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ON PROPERTY VALUE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of study The issue of property management has persisted in the Nigeria society for quite some time. Property management is the art and science of real estate with respect to its development, maintenance, cash flow from users and occupiers in order to achieve optimum benefits for the owner and all parties interested in the property within the ambit of relevan... Continue Reading »

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THE EFFECTS OF CONTAMINANTS ON THE FLOW OR RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF OIL BASED MUD

TABLE OF CONTENTS Cover Page                                                                Title Page                                                                  Certification                                                        ... Continue Reading »

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EFFECT OF GAS FLARING INTO THE ECOSYSTEM (A CASE STUDY OF NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Nigeria flares more natural gas associated with oil extraction than any other country, with estimates suggesting that of the 3.5 billion cubic feet (100,000,000 m³) of associated gas produced annually, 2.5 billion cubic feet (70,000,000 m³), or about 70%, is wasted by flaring. This equals about 25% of the UK's total natural gas consumption and... Continue Reading »

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HOUSEHOLD WASTE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN SABON TASHA, CHIKUN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA.

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The environment we live in provides support for our survival as well as other living things. Globally, efforts are being made to make people aware about the need to protect the environment. One of the main causes of environmental degradation is improper waste management in the disposal of solid waste (Vivek et al., 2013). It is a major cause of ... Continue Reading »

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LOCUS STANDI AS AN OBSTACLE TO ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Definition of Terms 1.1.1 Environment The term ‘environment’ has been given different definitions. It has been defined as the totality of physical, economic, cultural, aesthetic and social circumstances which surround and affect the desirability and value of property and which also affect the quality of peoples’ lives.[1] It has also been defined as‘the compone... Continue Reading »

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AN EVALUATION OF PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION IN THE MARKETING OF PETROL IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF PPMC LTD, ENUGU)

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Pipeline transportation is the youngest among the other means of transportation in Nigeria. It has not received much attention because of two major factors. One is that it is relatively a recent origin. Two is the its operations and services are not in the hands of private individuals and companies. Hence everything about pipeline transportation... Continue Reading »

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ASSESSMENT OF TOURISTS PERCEPTION OF THE YANKARI GAME RESERVE AS A TOURIST DESTINATION

ABSTRACTThe study assessed the Yankari Games Reserve as a tourist destination by investigating the perception of the tourists who patronize it. The assessment used indicators including the level of patronage in number of tourists attracted annually, wildlife resources of the reserve, infrastructure, facilities and safety. The method employed reconnaissance survey of the reserve for observations an... Continue Reading »

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THE ROLES OF KADUNA STATE TOURISM BOARD TO TOURISM DEVELOPMENT IN KADUNA STATE

CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Tourism as an activity is both pervasive and multidisciplinary while the lives and activities it touches are numerous. As tourism endeavours unfold in an area, it creates impacts that are not only positive but also negative such impacts manifest on the environmental, socio cultural and economic sphere. It has become a big source of financial expan... Continue Reading »

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ASSESSMENT OF THE PROBLEMS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF URBAN HOUSING

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Over the last four decades, the world has experienced a phenomenal growth in the rate of urbanization both in developed and developing countries. The United Nations (1993) estimates showed that by mid 1990, 43 percent (2.3 billion) of the world's population lived in urban areas. In addition, the United Nations projections further showed that by ... Continue Reading »

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AIR POLLUTION CONTROL IN AN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENT (A CASE STUDY OF PORT-HARCOURT REFINERY RIVER STATE)

INTRODUCTION The word pollution has been used in many contexts with different connotative meaning. However, pollution can be seen as the contaminating the environment. The problem of air pollution has become has become a major concern to both global and local environmental policies formulators purported to address its devastating trend, particularly in growing megacities of the world. The negative... Continue Reading »

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WAYS OF IMPROVING THE USE OF SCHOOL LIBRARY BY SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

ABSTRACT This study assesses students’ use of library and ways of improving the use of library by the school’s management. The population of St Paul’s international primary and secondary school was 1,304. A total proportional sample of 391 was used for the study. The instruments adopted for this study included questionnaires, observations and a reading profile register. The hypot... Continue Reading »

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GROUNDWATER DEVELOPMENT FOR PORTABLE WATER SUPPLY

CHAPTER ONE HISTORICAL BACK GROUND AND GROUND WATER THEORIES Groundwater development dates from ancient times the Old Testament contains numerous references to groundwater, springs, and wells, other that dug wells, groundwater in ancient times we supplied from horizontal wells known as QAUNATS. These persist to the present day and can be found in a band across the regions of the South Western Asia... Continue Reading »

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