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Volume 7, Issue 2, April 2023
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
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
Volume 1, Issue 2, December 2016
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%
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
Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016
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
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
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