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Title: E-INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH JOURNAL
Name: Adisa J.O., Musa A.B., Yima U.I., Egbujo E.C
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Title: LEADERSHIP AND SELF-EFFICACY TOWARDS MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT AMONG THE NURSING FACULTY OF THE LYCEUM OF THE PHILIPPINES UNIVERSITY
Name: Myriam Rabanal-Du RN., MAN
Lyceum of the Philippines University Capitol Site Batangas City
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Title: ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS OF ALLUVIAL SOIL SAMPLES USING NEUTRON ACTIVATION TECHNIQUES IN BLUE NILE BASIN, EAST GOJJAM, ETHIOPIA
Name: A.K.Chaubey, Awoke Taddesse and Dilbetigle Assefa
Physics Department, Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
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Asres Yihunie Hibstie
Department of Environmental Science, Faculty of Agriculture and Environmental Science, South Africa University, South Africa.
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Title: HYDROMORPHOGEOLOGICAL STUDY OF KARAWAN WATERSHED USING GIS AND REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUES
Name: Dr Kuldeep Pareta * and Upasana Pareta **
*Head (Water Resource Division), Spatial Decisions, B-30 Kailash Colony, New Delhi - 48

**Lecture, Department of Mathematics, PG College, District Sagar (M. P.) 470 002
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Resourcesat-1 LISS-IV Mx satellite imagery was used for detailed geomorphological and hydrogeological study of Karawan watershed. For morphometric analysis, ASTER data was used for preparing digital elevation model and GIS was used in evaluation of linear, areal and relief aspects of morphometric parameters. Watershed boundary, flow accumulation, flow direction, stream ordering; and contour, slope-aspect, hillshade have been prepared using ArcHydroTool; SurfaceTool in ArcGIS-10 software. Different thematic maps i.e. geological, geomorphological, lineament density, groundwater favourable zone, and drainage density have been prepared by using ArcGIS software. Authors have computed more than 85 morphometric parameter of all aspects. Based on all morphometric parameters analysis; that the erosional development of the area by the streams has progressed well beyond maturity and that lithology has had an influence in the drainage development.

Author had to evaluate the groundwater prospective zones because the groundwater resources in the area have not been fully demoralized. Different hydromorphogeological units have been differentiated based on image interpretation. The hydromorphogeological units such as structural landforms, structural hills (vindhyan sediments), denudational hills (volcanic), deccan plateau, and fluvial landforms were identified and appropriate field confirmations were made. The geomorphic units such as lineaments, faults, factures, and pediplains were identified under structural landforms. The deeply and moderately weathered buried pediplains are the potential zones for groundwater targeting.

Keywords: Geomorphology, morphometric analysis, hydrogeology, remote sensing & GIS
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Title: THE ROLE, PREPAREDNESS AND MANAGEMENT OF NURSES DURING DISASTERS
Name: Bella Magnaye RN, MAN, Ph.D
Ma. Steffi Lindsay M. Muñoz
Mary Ann F. Muñoz
Rhogen Gilbert V. Muñoz
Jan Heather M. Muro


Lyceum of the Philippines University
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This study attempted to identify potential knowledge regarding special health care needs. As a nurse, we should be able to respond in all serious events that could threaten the life of others. As a researcher every nurse must seek for new challenges on disaster management and emergency responses. The present study is engaged to determine and assess the nurses’ role, preparedness and management during disaster. Also it aimed to determine how nurses in different areas of specialization immediately prioritize the needs of people in times of unexpected situation. Furthermore, it determines the plan of action that may enhance the role, preparedness and management during disaster. The study is a descriptive survey design and utilized self-made questionnaire as the main tool in gathering data needed in the study. Also, it aims to identify the demographic profile in terms of age, gender, civil status, religious affiliation, years of service and area of specialization and to test the hypothesis of significant relationship between these profile variables and the respondent’s perception of their roles, preparedness and management skills during disaster situations. It also aims to assess aggregately the respondent’s perception of the cited variables and test whether there are significant differences among them. Results revealed that the majority of the respondents are very much equipped with knowledge, skills and attitude in facing real life situations. All medical allied personnel should be readily available in times of disasters and emergencies so that they could be of greater help to the clients, the community and the nation as a whole. Thus, Department of Health may use this study since emergency preparedness is a program of long term development activities which goals are to strengthen the overall capacity and capability of a country to manage efficiently all types of emergency.

Keywords: Role, Preparedness and Management of Nurses
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Title: EFFECT OF AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS ON GROWTH OF COLLETOTRICHUM GLOEOSPOROIDES PENZ. & SACC.
Name: Shinde J.U. & D.U. Gawai
Botany Research Laboratory and Plant disease clinic, P.G. Department of Botany, N.E.S. Science College, Nanded. (M.S.), India.
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Attempts were made to evaluate the aqueous and alcoholic extracts of Azadirachta indica, Ocimum sanctum, Tridex procumbens, Clerodendron innermis, Cathranthus roseus, Rucinus communis, Citrus limon to determine their effect against Colletotrichum capsici, Out of 7 medicinal plants 15% alcoholic extract of Ocimum santum and Clerodendron innermis were found that inhibitory for the growth of Colletotrichum gloeosporoides. The alcoholic extract of all the seven plants showed significant result as compared to aqueous extracts. The study showed that extract from leases of different plants vary in their effect on growth of C. gloeosporioides It is concluded that crude aqueous and alcoholic extract of O. santum and A. india exhibit strong fungi toxicity against C. gloeosporioides .the alcoholic extracts of A. indica and T. procumbens exhibit very strong fungi toxicity against C. gloeosporioides

Keywords: Colletotrichum capsici, C. gloeosporioides, fungi toxicity
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Title: REGIONAL DISPARITIES OF HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT IN SOUTH INDIA
Name: Dr. D. Mahesha*, Post Doctoral Fellow
Dr. B.N. Shivalingappa**, Associate Professor
*&**Department of Studies in Geography, University of Mysore, Manasagangotri, Mysore 570006
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The human development is not equal over the nation are any regions, it is spatial inequality refers to the uneven distribution of socio-economic variables across India. Measuring spatial inequality usually involves calculating their socio economic parameters. The government of India has lunched many socio-economic programmes like, education, health, work and supply of electricity for all villages, irrigation for every piece of land etc for development of human resource. Urbanization, Working Force, Literacy, poverty of people are the main factors of development. Therefore, necessary to identify the state which is backward with respect to the development of particular parameters. With this main objective, an attempt has been made in this paper to identify backwardness in human resource development and its pattern during decade of 1991-2001 in South India. Data have been taken from census 1991, 2001 and world development report. To identify backwardness a simple statistical calculation has been performed with help of the secondary data for selected indicators to get their index values.

Keywords: inequality, literacy rate, urbanization, development
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Title: EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF SMOKING AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS IN BATANGAS CITY
Name: Jingjay.R. BAUTISTA
Cecilia .C. Pring
Lyceum of the Philippines University, Batangas City
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This study assessed the primary reasons for smoking among female students as well as their level of awareness on its health hazard. Specifically, the study discussed the smoking habit, reasons for initiation of smoking, level of awareness on the health hazard and the health risk to women and the major diseases caused by smoking.

Descriptive method was used in this study. Data were collected through a structured que4stionnaire. A group of 250 smokers were taken as respondents through simple sampling method. Statistical treatments used were percentage distribution and weighted mean.

Based from the findings, the study disclosed that the habit of smoking started as early as adolescence and continued until adulthood. Socio-cultural factors such as peer and parents influence motivated the young female to start smoking. Meanwhile, availability and affordability of cigarettes made easier for the female for the female smokers to start smoking. Likewise, they were fully aware of the hazardous effects of smoking to health although the specific effects to childbearing women were not known to them.

As an educational institution, a community extension program was proposed focusing on the prevention of smoking among women.

Keywords: Smoking, level of awareness
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Title: ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASUREMENTS ARE SIMPLE PREDICTORS FOR METABOLIC SYNDROME
Name: Dr. Nagah Abdelwahab Ahmed Mohamed
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Science and Technology of Animal Production, Sudan University of Science and Technology
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This study aims to detect the correlation between the anthropometric measurements and related biochemical parameters. By measuring waist circumference, abdomen circumference, hips circumference, upper arm circumference and percentage of body fat and biochemical parameters plasma Triglycerides, Total cholesterol, High density lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL-C) ,Low density lipoprotein cholesterol(LDL-C),uric acid and calcium concentration.

A total of 200 apparently healthy adult Sudanese females aged 40-50 years were invited to participate in this study. They were selected according to their body mass index (BMI >30kg/m2) based on (WHO,1997). At (P < 0.05) the level of total blood cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol in correlation to waist, hips abdomen, upper arm circumference and percentage of body fat were found to be positive with total cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol and negative with HDL-cholesterol the correlation coefficient were: (0.440,0.382,0.459,0.375,0.3770), (0.411,0.347,.417,0.337,0.325) and (0.411,0.043,0.417,0.043,0.056)respectively. Glucose level was correlated positively with waist, hips, abdomen, and upper arm circumference and body fat percentage with correlation coefficient (0.234,0.287,0.223,0.161,0.224). Uric acid and plasma calcium concentration were found to correlate negatively with waist, hips, abdomen, upper arm circumference and body fat percentage with correlation coefficient (0.084,0.059,0.087,0.101,0.80) and (0.017,0.059,0.026,0.078,0.053) respectively.

Anthropometric measurement can be used as simple predictor of metabolic syndrome

Keywords: Anthropometric measurement, metabolic syndrome, biochemical parameters
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Title: SPIDERS (ARACHNIDA : ARANEAE ) FROM TORANMAL SANCTUARY, MAHARASHTRA, INDIA.
Name: Meshram Archana
Dept. of Zoology, Dr. AmbedkarCollege, Dikshabhoomi, Nagpur
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Survey of spiders from Toranmal Sanctuary, Maharashtra was carried out to know the spider diversity. 117 spider species from 20 families and 55 genera arerecorded. The spider diversity is in the order of Araneidae (26 species), Gnaphosidae and Oxyopidae (14 species each), Salticidae and Thomisidae (12 species each) and then Lycosidae (8 species).

Keywords: Spider diversity, Sanctuary, Toranmal
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Title: FOREST CARBON MANAGEMENT USING SATELLITE REMOTE SENSING TECHNIQUES A CASE STUDY OF SAGAR DISTRICT (M. P.)
Name: Dr. Kuldeep Pareta (1) and Upasana Pareta (2)
1-Project Manager, Spatial Decisions, B-30 Kailash Colony, New Delhi, 2-PG College, Sagar (M. P.)
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Forests play an important role in the global carbon balance; as both carbon sources and sinks, they have the potential to form an important component in efforts to combat global climate change. In the last few years there has been an increasing tendency to consider forest ecosystems as possible sinks of carbon dioxide. In this way, it is attempted to mitigate the dramatic increase of global emissions of CO2 gas in the industrialised areas. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) estimated that 1.86 billion tons of carbon is released annually due to land use change, of which the major part is tropical deforestation, and it is a major source of carbon emissions and an active contributor to global warming. In this paper, some recent experiences in this direction were critically reviewed and some new ideas have been considered. With this purpose in mind Sagar District (M.P.) has been selected for the case study. Some resent methodology i.e. sample plot-hybrid ground based method, RS-LULC based method, vegetation index (NDVI) based method, ESRI-ArcGIS based InVEST-Model, modified 3PGS-model, and NLLUF-KP10 model (Pareta, 2010)1 have been used in this study.

This study describes an effort to estimate carbon stock using remote sensing for Sagar district. Satellite remote sensing data has been used as a primary data source for forest classification, land use - land cover mapping, forest carbon management, biomass estimation, landuse-forest-carbon change detection and ecology mapping. From the forestry point of view, it is important to be alert that the Kyoto Protocol explicitly considers afforestation, reforestation and deforestation activities in order to account the carbon captured. High carbon stock in Sagar district is distributed in Behrol, Baraitha, Dalpatpur, Jaisinghnagar, Jalandhar, Madanpur, Rahatgarh, and Rajuwa respectively; while, Khurai, Parsoriya are the lowest. The estimated carbon stock in Sagar district is 220.04 Million Mg for 2010 year.

Keywords: Forest, climate change, biomass estimation, carbon stock, remote sensing
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