The Editorial Board has published Volume 15 and the papers are now available in the article section.
An International Journal of the Tropical Environment.
The primary focus of Environtropica is the tropical environment, either in its natural state or in its exploited form.
Environtropica views the environment in its broadest sense to include not only the biotic and abiotic components but also the social and cultural aspects in tropical countries. Articles are welcomed from pure and applied as well as social scientists. You can download instruction to authors in the resources section.
Seepages and subsequent mining of bitumen could impact negatively on water, by causing pollution and reducing the quality of water needed. The study was conducted in Ode-Irele bitumen belt of Ondo State where…
By Popoola Michael Olaoluwa and Adeniran Isaac Idowu
Garra trewavasae Monod 1950 is a Cyprinid fish known only from the Jos Plateau, Nigeria. However, there are controversies over its taxonomic placement. Unfortunately, there is no information about its karyotype which…
By Afolayan, C.B., Badejo, M.A. and de Aquino, A.M.
The relative activity of epigeic springtails of two control plots (Pasture and Forest) were compared with that of four experimental plots (Passion fruit, Banana, Cassava and Sugarcane) in Brazil. Various agrochemical…
By Olajuyigbe Samuel Olalekan1 and Akwarandu Karachi Eyeribe
Watershed ecosystems are unique ecologies that provide services and functions that are critical for the sustenance of natural water bodies as well as people that depend on them. However, there is limited…
The primary focus of Environtropica is the tropical environment, either in its natural state or in its exploited form. Manuscripts submitted for consideration in the journal must be devoted to the presentation and discussion of original research or to significant review and interpretative articles.
In the Beginning
The maiden issues (Volumes 1 & 2) of Environtropica were launched in Abuja on Tuesday, November 30, 2004, at the main auditorium of the Ministry of Environment in Abuja, by the then Honourable Minister for Environment, Colonel Bala Mande (rtd.) who was ably represented by a Director in the Ministry, Prof. Dapo Afolabi.