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Impact of Microbe in Degradation of Bamboo Plantation of Balpakram National Park of Meghalaya with Special Reference to the Parasitic Forms, India

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Botany Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya, INDIA

Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 1, Issue (ISC-2011), Pages 310-312, (2012)


Most developing countries, especially in Africa, have been characterized by poverty and hunger, a situation that has been traced to the daily rapid reduction in the quality and quantity of available water resources. Less than 1% of the global water resource is reliably available for human consumption. A larger proportion of this percentage is polluted in most settlements in the developing nations. This therefore necessitates the call for adequate management of the existing source in these countries. The research paper looked at Nigerian major ecological zones based rainfall amount using normal of 1971 to 2000 with a based period of 2010. This paper presents the potentials of adopting the technology in the management of Nigerian surface waters. It envisages that the efficacy of the technology could reduce the present level of slow response to water quality assessment, fund wastage, duplication of duties, and ensure adequate distribution of good water to the people.


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