Temperatures are, as would be expected, generally high in the state. Mean daily maximum temperatures range from 29.2Â°C in July and August to 37.6Â°C in March and April. The mean daily minimum ranges from about 11.7Â°C in December and January to about 24.7Â°C in April and May.
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The sunshine hours range from about 5.1 hours in July to about 8.9 hours in November. Indeed, October to February usually record the longest sunshine hours in the state. Humidity ranges from about twelve per cent in February to about 68 per cent in August.
ABSTRACT Boundary and Topographic mapping has become a very essential activity for any area that intends to develop. The study focused on boundary and topographical survey of part of Gwallameji Village, Bauchi. Topography means configuration of the earth surface which include relief, the positions of streams, road, and vegetation etc. the project... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT This study examined farmers-pastoralists conflicts in Western Zone of Bauchi State. Seventy- five arable farmers and 75 pastoralists were randomly and purposively selected respectively, in addition to 50 extension agents. Data were collected using questionnaires and were analyzed using simple descriptive statistics, chi-square analysis... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Studies were carried out to determine the haematological characteristics of Clarias gariepinus healthy specimens were obtained from Gubi dam. Blood sample ranging between 1.0-1.5ml were taken with the aid of sterilized syringe (21G) inserted by caudal vein puncture. The haematological parameters for each blood specimen were measured using... Continue Reading
Abstract Adaptation is considered an appropriate response to climate change and variability, especially for rural farmers. However, the farmers’ ability to effectively respond to climate change challenges is determined by the quality of information available to the... Continue Reading
. ABSTRACT This study examines the major effects of climate change on Fisheries and Aquaculture. Factors responsible for climate change which include burning of fuel, oil, coal, gas, deforestation among others cause the emission of green house gases (carbon dioxide, water vapour, methane and nitrous oxide) into the atmosphere with resultant global... Continue Reading
ABSTRACT Vegetables are important in the diets of both human being and their livestock. Vegetables improve appetite and supply consumers with fibre, protein, flavour, essential oils and flavonoids (Klansmewyer et al., 2004). The problem of food poisoning especially vegetables is not limited to personal hygiene while cooking but is also widely... Continue Reading
IN IDO LOCAL GOVT AREA OF OYO STATE CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 Introduction Climate change is one of the greatest contemporary environmental challenges and is global in dimension.The rising incidences of extreme climatic events associated with climate change are giving... Continue Reading
CHAPTER ONE BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 Introduction Climate change is one of the greatest contemporary environmental challenges and is global in dimension. The rising incidences of extreme climatic events associated with climate change are giving the greatest of the concerns.... Continue Reading