In exactly two years from now, Environtropica will celebrate two decades of its existence. Twenty years of struggling hard to project research findings on the tropical environment to the whole world will surely be honoured. The initial contributions were…Read More »
Olumuyiwa A. Akande, Oladipo S. Olajesu, Adeola A. Lameed, Victoria Rowland, and Oluwatobi P. Olusina
This study assessed poaching activities and wildlife trade in and around Old Oyo National Park (OONP). National Parks are known as sanctuaries for biodiversity conservation…Read More »
By Opeyemi Adedoja and Temitope Kehinde
Insect diversity loss in terrestrial ecosystems is driven by land use intensification, habitat loss and other anthropogenic activities and environmental stressors. Availability of critical resources such as nectar and pollen-providing plants are crucial to…Read More »
By Lawal A. A. 1, O.A.Dada1, A. G. Adebayo and A.O.Togun
Low fruit quality and yield in cucumber is linked directly to continuous cropping under poor soil fertility management practices in Nigeria. In 2014 and 2015 planting seasons, field trials…Read More »
By Iwuala, E.N. and _Odjegba, V.J.
In this study, pot experiment was carried out to determine the effects of crude oil pollution on the phytochemical production in Rhizophora mangle. Seedlings raised from propagules (viviparous seeds) were exposed to 1%, 3%…Read More »
About UsThe 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.