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ILNS > ILNS Volume 78

International Letters of Natural Sciences

ILNS Volume 78

Online since: April 2020

Description: This volume of the International Letters of Natural Sciences shows the latest findings concerned with the identifying and mapping groundwater potential zones in agricultural intensive Sarada river basin using remote sensing and GIS technology; assessment of the effect of basaltic tuff on monocultures of cyanobacteria during the purifying of water; assessment of food habits and reproductive characteristics of economically important fish species in the Tono Reservoir of Northern Ghana; examination of the effect of dominant tree species in the central parts of Ethiopia on soil characteristics and its microbial biomass.

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Remote Sensing and GIS for Integrated Modeling and Analysis for Mapping of Groundwater Potential Zones in Sarada River Basin, Visakhapatnam, India

Authors: Nooka Ratnam Kinthada, Murali Krishna Gurram

Citation: N. R. Kinthada and M. K. Gurram, "Remote Sensing and GIS for Integrated Modeling and Analysis for Mapping of Groundwater Potential Zones in Sarada River Basin, Visakhapatnam, India", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 78, pp. 1-13, 2020

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Using Basaltic Tuff for Decreasing the Growth Activity of Cyanobacteria

Authors: Larysa Cheban, Mykhailo Marchenko

Citation: L. Cheban and M. Marchenko, "Using Basaltic Tuff for Decreasing the Growth Activity of Cyanobacteria", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 78, pp. 14-22, 2020

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Feeding Ecology and Reproductive Biology of some Economically Important Fish Species in the Tono Reservoir, Ghana

Authors: Daniel Nsoh Akongyuure

Citation: D. N. Akongyuure, "Feeding Ecology and Reproductive Biology of some Economically Important Fish Species in the Tono Reservoir, Ghana", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 78, pp. 23-33, 2020

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Comparative Effects of Dominant Forest Tree Species on Soil Characteristics and Microbial Biomass

Authors: Yonas Yohannes, Olga B. Shibistova, Georg Guggenberger

Citation: Y. Yohannes et al., "Comparative Effects of Dominant Forest Tree Species on Soil Characteristics and Microbial Biomass", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 78, pp. 34-42, 2020

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