Global Journal of Science Frontier Research: (H) Environment & Earth is an international journal for publishing natural science research papers. It aims to encourage and provide international publication to researchers, scientists, and professors of natural science. We welcome original researches, surveys, and review of papers of all the streams of natural science from all over the world. The GJSFR comprises comprehensive frontier trends of Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Bio-tech, Geology, Military Science, Environment and all Interdisciplinary & Frontier Subjects etc. Journal of Physics, Journal of Chemistry etc. are belonging to GJSFR.
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Global Journal of Science Frontier Research (GJSFR)
Since 2001, Global Journal of Science Frontier Research (GJSFR): (H) Environment & Earth, has been an academic open access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary, refereed journal focusing on all aspects of Engineering Research published by Global Journals, which is one of the fastest growing and leading Research Journal publishing organization in the world. The GJSFR is superintended and sponsored by Non-Profit making Open Association of Research Society USA (OARS). The OARS has been esteemed internationally since 1964, aiming to highlight the research of frontiers and enhance research & development.
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A phenomenon emanating from surface and ground water before dawn was investigated in Italy and Canada. During this phenomenon, rooms adjacent to water sources were filled with pulsed clouds of green particles which were identified as ground energy by persons sensitive to qi phenomena. Individual pulses lasted approximately 30 minutes and were repea...
The water eutrophication issue has become one of the most serious water environmental problems all over the world, a growing number of researches indicate the climate change as a major natural factor will lead to the acceleration of eutrophication progress in river and lakes. However, understanding the mechanism of climate change effects on water e...
A decade ago in August 2005 Hurricane Katrina devastated north-central Gulf of Mexico and southeastern Louisiana and Mississippi Gulf Coast. Although nearly all anemometers in the affected areas were destroyed by Katrina, few wind and wave measurement stations did survive the storm and provide some data to advance our understanding of the physics o...
Measurements of wind and wave parameters during Hurricanes Kate and Lili and Typhoons Man-Yi and Krosa are analyzed. It is found that the wave characteristics are similar in both hurricane and typhoon. Relations amongst sea surface roughness, wind speed at 10m, and wave parameters are also formulated and presented for engineering applications....
Multiplier effects can be relevant for evaluating alternative ways of generating electricity, especially in remote regions, were the superior method might be different from the method that would be chosen in a location near transport hubs. Remote tropical regions often have easily gathered amounts of biomass, and they also have sufficient sunlight ...