SCIREA Journal of Geosciences (ISSN: 2995-7206)

SCIREA Journal of Geosciences is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Volume 7, Issue 3, June 2023

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Khodabakhsh Zabihi, Ginger B. Paige, Amarina Wuenschel, Azadeh Abdollahnejad, Dimitrios Panagiotidis
Abstract: Characterizing and visualizing the vertical trends of three-dimensional (3D) structures help the science community and the public better conceptualize and perceive the structural complexity embedded in nature. We used terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) coupled with transect vegetation surveys to characterize vegetative struct
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Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2023

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Aly A. Barakat
Abstract: The diamond received human beings interest much early in history as they imagined that it resembles haven in its sparkling sight. Then, they speculated that the source of diamond occurs in heaven. But how it reached earth’s surface? Their hypothesis, which called now legend, says that Adam brought it when God expelled him f
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Prithvish Nag
Abstract: India has one of the most ancient, rich, vibrant, dynamic, extensive and varied civilization of the world which has its roots in different components of culture. Such traditions are reflected from the ancient Indian literature, history and archeological remains. Along with the physiography, it has contributed to evolving th
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Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2023

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Ali M. Ussi, Christopher A. Muhando, Robert van Woesik
Abstract: The sustainability of coral populations depends on the steady supply of sexually produced offspring, especially as coral populations attempt to adjust to climate change. Therefore, information on the density, diversity, and survival of juvenile corals is vital for predicting recruitment success and determining the trajector
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Jianying Wang, Dewu Huang
Abstract: GNSS cycle slip is one of the important factors affecting the reliability of monitoring results, and it is particularly crucial to accurately detect and repair the size of each frequency cycle slip. In response to the coefficient uncertainty problem of existing triple frequency combination cycle slip detection methods, this
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Volume 6, Issue 4, August 2022

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Yves Guermond
Abstract: Beyond the military, economic and political consequences on the whole of Europe, the brutal arrival in 2022 of the Ukrainian conflict has profoundly modified Western social thinking on a level that risks being prolonged in time. The 19th and 20th centuries had been a period of development of nationalism conceived as synonym
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Volume 6, Issue 3, June 2022

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Tangtang Zhang, Mekonnen Gebremichael, Xin Ma, Qun Du, Jun Wen
Abstract: Accurate soil moisture data products are essential for implementing the food, energy, and water nexus approach. This study evaluates the accuracy of three globally available soil moisture data products, namely, (1) the satellite-based remote sensing product known as the Essential Climate Variable (ECV) which is a new produc
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Volume 6, Issue 2, April 2022

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Wannan Zhang
Abstract: We present a new network combining Residual Network (ResNet) and Receptive Fields Network (RF-Net) for matching remote sensing images. Firstly, a new remote sensing image datasets are setup, which consist of images and homograph matrices. The images are obtained by cropping, illumination changing and affine transforming of
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Volume 6, Issue 1, February 2022

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Daniel Hervé Gouet, Marcelin Bikoro Bialou, Arsène Meying
Abstract: The North Cameroon (Central Africa) region rests on Precambrian metamorphic rocks dating. In the areas covered by metamorphic sedimentary formations, this region conceals a significant mineral potential. The geological and geochemical works carried out in the study area permitted to analyze the mineralogy of the formations
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Girgibo Nebiyu, Lü Xiaoshu, Hiltunen Erkki, Peura Pekka, Yang Tong, Dai Zhenxue
Abstract: This paper uses the Vaasa region of Finland as an illustrative case study to explore how the relationships between climate change, sea-level rise and land uplift may offer applications in forecasting future land uplift changes. Using a comparative literature review and analysis of open source data, a conceptual framework is
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Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2021

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TIAN Hongshui, YANG Chuan-cheng, ZHANG Banghua, ZHANG Shenhe
Abstract: The Mount Taishan earthquake, which named after Mount Taishan, occurred in 1831 BCE. It was the earliest historical earthquake recorded by historical writing-materials in China. However, seismic geologists have been unable to find any seismic-geological records or traces of the historical earthquake in the Taishan area and
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Volume 5, Issue 1, February 2021

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Takehiko Tsuruta, Yuki Odajima, Kato Marina, Ichiro Maeda
Abstract: Recently, some researchers have investigated the recovery of gold using microbial cells, such as bacteria, fungi, yeasts, and algae. However, there is little information on which kind of microorganisms has a high gold adsorbing ability. We have reported various species and strains of bacteria, actinomycetes, fungi, and yeas
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Volume 4, Issue 3, June 2020

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Hyeryeong JEONG, Jin Young CHOI, Kongtae RA
Abstract: Study on potentially toxic elements (PTEs; Cr, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Cd, Sb, Pb and Hg) combined with Pb isotopes was conducted to evaluate the pollution status and to identify the sources of PTEs pollution in road-deposited sediments (RDS), soils and stream sediments in small watershed of Busan, Korea. Our results indicate that
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Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2020

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SYLLA D., BA T., SARR O, SAGNA M. B., SARR M. A., GUISSE A.
Abstract: Aim : This study focuses on the spatio-temporal dynamics of the ecosystems between 1965 to 2017.
Location : sylvopastoral reserve of the six Ferlo boreholes in Senegal
Methods : The methodological approach consists in delineating and mapping land cover in the reserve, in 1965 and 2017 and, analyzing changes during t
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Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2020

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Susy Lewis, Lawrence Lewis, Elroy Charles, Robert Skeete
Abstract: Deforestation and land degradation due to mining activities are much studied environmental concerns globally. As such, policy-makers are setting ambitious goals to restore hundreds of millions of hectares of deforested and degraded lands. Therefore, it is important to understand the growth response of species used in the re
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Sutapa Chaudhuri, Jayanti Pal, Ishita Sarkar, Indrani Ganguly
Abstract: An attempt is made to perceive the dynamics for track evolution process of tropical cyclones over Bay of Bengal (BOB) by merging the satellite retrievals and reanalyses datasets. The systems investigated are the cyclonic storms KYANT, NADA and MAARUTHA belonging to the same category with different tracks. The cyclonic storm
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Volume 3, Issue 2, April 2019

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Yang Jingqiong, Yang Zhousheng, Zhang Huiyuan
Abstract: This paper selects the records of 7,412 earthquakes,each recorded by more than 10 stations in Yunnan between 2009 and 2014 to acquire the traveltime curves. Meanwhile, for improving precision,linear analysis,reduced traveltime curve and interval stability analysis are conducted focusing on the records of 83 earthquakes with
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Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2019

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ZHANG Kaiguang, BA Mingtong, MENG Hongling, SUN Yanmin
Abstract: Aiming at the impact relationship between urban air qualities, this paper uses correlation analysis methods to study the spatial correlation distribution characteristics of urban air quality and its relationship with topography, and uses the partial correlation and multiple correlation analysis to explore the impact degree
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Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2017

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Michael Ajide Oyinloye, Isaac Oluwadare Olamiju, Victor Kolade Otokiti
Abstract: Criminal behaviour is a fact of life in every community, to some extent it can be checked, restrained and bridled. An up-to-date data is needed on crime for proper management; it is only in a GIS environment this can be done effectively. This study therefore, utilized the GIS technology to access the spatial distribution of
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Peimin Pu, Jiangping Pu, Zhenbin Zhu
Abstract: A stable quasi rigid water molecule structure and structure for solid and liquid water body was presented recently. A liquid water skin structure may be derived from that model with the electric coupling principles between water molecules on the air-water interface. The surface tension and latent heat for evaporation of wat
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Volume 2, Issue 1, February 2017

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Zaohong Zhou, Jiayi Wang
Abstract: In the accelerating process of urbanization and social transition era, industrialization, urbanization and construction of urban-rural integration also inevitably leads to the land expropriation, land conflicts have become important issues in the development process. Application of game theory in this article, for an in-dep
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Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016

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Dilip Majumdar, Pankhi Dutta, Abhijit Gogoi
Abstract: Late Pan-African A-type, within plate, anorogenic granitoids dominate the lithology of the magmatic complex of northwest Karbi Hills, NE India. Petrographic analysis of these granitoids indicate enrichment of rare earth bearing accessory minerals like allanite, titanite, zircon, xenotime and monazite, constituting about 5%
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M.T. Caccamo, A. Cannuli, G. Castorina, F. Colombo, V. Insinga, E. Maiorana, S. Magazù
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to analyze the reasons for which the rainfall accumulations in Sicily do not follow the downward trend observed in the period from 1921 to 2002, but, mostly in the last ten years, show a substantial increase. The analysis has been performed by applying statistical methods to a wide ensemble of colle
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Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016

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Gulcan Sarp
Abstract: Vegetation coverage has a significant role on the Land Surface Temperature (LST) distribution. Remote sensing technologies use the thermal infrared region of the electromagnetic spectrum in order to observe LST. In this paper spatial and temporal distribution of vegetation coverage, land surface temperature investigated, an
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Zahid A. Khan, Ram Chandra Tewari
Abstract: : Tethys is believed to be a wide ocean which closed, reopened, and then closed again, and referred as Proto-Tethys, Paleo-Tethys, Neo-Tethys and Para-Tethys subducting some 5000 km of oceanic crust before disappearing completely. Tethys Ocean continued to expand dividing Pangaea into the two large continents of Laurasia in
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Oshati T, Pelemo O.J, Ofordu C. S, Malizu L, Adamu I.S.
Abstract: The study assessed and estimated the activities that help in the reduction of climate change and its effect on people and environment in Nigeria. The aim of the study is to assess the amount of CO2 equivalent that would be saved if simple steps were taken to reduce impacts on the planet. Questionnaires were administered to
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