International Journal of Research and Innovation in Applied Science (IJRIAS) — Open Access Journal
International Journal of Research and Innovation in Applied Science (IJRIAS) (ISSN 2454-6194) is an open access International Journal emphasizing on applied science and its subtopics. Author’s can submit the manuscript in the form of Research Paper, Review Paper, Informative Article, Comparative Studies, Case Studies, Dissertation Chapters, Research Proposals, and Synopsis. Our aim is to educate and connect the global science & applied science community.
- DOI Number: 10.51584/IJRIAS
- Open Access: All published papers are immediately freely available to read, download, and share.
- Rapid Publication: Rapid publication of papers and retaining a high-quality publication process.
- Nominal Fee: Nominal Publication Fee to Support Research Community.
- Connect: Connect the global applied science community.
Call for Papers
We invite Scientists, Academicians and Researchers to submit their articles for publication in a monthly, fully refereed, open access, peer-reviewed and Applied Science International Journal.
|Month / Year / Volume / Issue
|Volume IX Issue II- February 2024
|Submission Deadline (Extended)
|Final Submission for Accepted Paper
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Ectoparasites Associated with the Nile Squeaker (Synodontis schall) from Otuogori River in Ogbia Local Government Area, Bayelsa State, Nigeria
Chinonye O. Ezenwaka and Chidinma C. Amuzie
Abstract: The Nile Squeaker, Synodontis schall, is one of the valuable fish food for the inhabitants of Otuogori community, Bayelsa State, Nigeria.
Estimation of Depth to Magnetic Basement in Ekiti State, South Western Nigeria from Aeromagnetic Data Using Spectral Analysis Technique
Olufemi F Ojo, Isaac B Osazuwa
Abstract- Magnetic method is one of the oldest geophys¬ical techniques used to delineate subsurface structure and determine the source of specific anomalies present in a particular area.
An Empirical Study on the Types of Business Strategy Adopted by Microfinance Institutions in Nigeria
Nasiru Liman Zuru, Jamilu Hussaini
Abstract: The importance of business strategy to organisational performance has been emphasized in the literature. However, there is little research that examined business strategies adopted by organisations in different industries. For instance.
Parameter Comparisons on Multivariate Time Series Analysis; a Case Study of GDP Growth Rate in Nigeria
Ekpenyong, Aniedi Moses, Ette Harrison Etuk
Abstract: In this work, multivariate Time Series “vector Autoregressive Model” was applied to analyze the Gross Domestics Product (GDP) growth rate of five (5) sectors namely: Agriculture, Industries, Building/Construction, Wholesales/Retails, and Services.
Students’ Level of Scientific Literacy and Academic Performance in Physics Concepts in Rivers State, Nigeria
Aderonmu, Temitope S. B. & Adolphus, Telima
Abstract: The vision of every scientific community is the development of scientific literacy of its learners to proffer solutions to compelling scientific demands that is confronted in our everyday engagements. Acquisition of scientific literacy is a yardstick for societal development.
Assessment of Aquifer Potential Using Electrical Resistivity Survey in Sasa, Oyo State, Nigeria
Aderemi F. L., Ajayi O.O.
Abstract: Sasa community in Ibadan southwestern Nigeria is a fast growing community because of its closeness to several research institutions but there is scarcity of potable water in the community. This research work is therefore aimed at delineating the subsurface geology.
Impact of Coal Mining Activities on Crops around Maignga Coal Mining Site, Akko Local Government of Gombe State-Nigeria
D.U Yuguda, D. Kulawe
Abstract: The study aimed to determine the impact of coal mining activities on edible crops around Maiganga coal mine site of Akko Local Government Area, Gombe State-Nigeria by assessing the level of some heavy metals in some selected crops and soil around.
Charcoal Burning and Climate Change in Uganda: A Legal Perspective
Abstract: This paper reviewed the legal perspective that govern charcoal burning and climate change in Uganda. The paper unveiled legal loopholes in the current legal framework that is causing the prevalence of tree cutting for charcoal business in Uganda. The high demand for charcoal products has forced majority of the poor to engage .
COVID-19 and E-Learning: Nigeria Tertiary Education System Experience
Adeoye, I. A., Adanikin, A. F., Adanikin, A.
Abstract: Globally, the world is faced with the COVID-19 pandemic which has held the economy at ransom not exempting the educational sector. This pandemic has brought about recent changes and disruptions in the educational sector which serves as a catalyst for the..
EMP and Its Impact on Electrical Power System: Standards and Reports
Dr. Vladimir Gurevich- Israel
Abstract: The purpose of the given publication is to give to civil specialists the information on accessible standards and reports in the field of EMP/HEMP which they can use at an estimation of danger of EMP for the power electrical and electronic equipment.
Modal Parameters Determination of Steel Benchmark Warehouse by System Identification Using ANN
Sertaç TUHTA, Furkan GÜNDAY – Turkey
Abstract: Today, civil engineering structures suffer from dynamic effects. Earth on structures have been severely damaged by the earthquake. Thus, there has been loss of life and property. .
Variability among Urdbean (Vigna Mungo L. Hepper) for Yield and Yield Components
Chubatemsu Ozukum and Malini Barthakur Sharma
Abstract: The study of inheritance of various developmental and productive traits through the estimation of different genetic parameters like components of variances, genotypic and phenotypic coefficients of variability, heritability and genetic advance is helpful.
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