WINSTON TETTEH NARTEY 2015
Investigations were carried out on the Djange Lagoon to identify the chemical, physical and microbiological characteristics of the water.
WINSTON TETTEH NARTEY 2015
The objective of this thesis was to analyze the extent of urban sprawl and land use in the Ga East Municipality. Geographic Information System and Remote Sensing (GIS and RS) techniques were used to assess the extent of urban sprawl in Ga East Municipality
This study was carried out to identify communities in the lower Volta basin of Ghana that are prone to flood disasters, assess Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) measures in the identified communities, and the communities' knowledge on Ecosystems link with DRR
The increasing threat of climate change and its devastating effects has increased the quest for sustainable mitigation and adaptation measures. Refrigerators contain significant amounts of ozone-depleting substances and greenhouse gases which are released into the atmosphere during their disposal contributing to ozone depletion, global warming and climate change. Using the refrigerator rebate scheme in Accra and Tema as a case study, a triangulation of quantitative and qualitative research design was employed using interviews, questionnaires and direct observation techniques to collect data from key staff of stakeholder institutions and individuals
Pesticide residue levels in drinking water, soils and cocoa beans were assessed in four cocoa growing communities in the Dormaa West District of Ghana to assess the levels of pesticides contamination.
An investigation was carried out to determine the nutritional composition of some selected dominant aquatic plants and their significant effect on chemical and physical characteristics of the water. Four aquatic plants namely Nymphaea lotus, Ipomoea aquatica, Typha ausralis. and Scirpus cubensis were sampled, identified and authenticated at the Ghana Herbarium.
The main objective of this study was to determine the microbiological quality and safety of cooked food sold in canteens in some selected schools to ascertain the safety of such foods.
The construction of the Akosombo and Kpong dams have led to a change in the watershed ecology which has in turn contributed to the change in land use and land cover of the Lower Volta Basin (LVB). Inevitable changing global climate has also played a role in the alteration of land cover and crop production which have affected livelihoods. In this study, a post-classification comparison change detection algorithm was used to determine changes in land use and land cover that have taken place from 2003-2015.
Land use/cover alteration within lake basins is occurring at accelerated rate most importantly in developing countries like Ghana. Anthropogenic activities (livelihood change, population growth, agricultural intensification and practices) and natural factors like seasonal variations are in most situations the major cause. To examine the effects of land use/cover on the physico-chemical and biological properties of Lake Bosomtwi, satellite images of the Lake's watershed covering the study periods (1990, 2000 and 2010) were obtained and processed to determine the land use /cover changes that have taken place over the study period.
The study was designed to assess the environmental impact of palm oil and coconut oil processing at Twifo Praso and Essen respectively.