Environmental Research, Engineering and Management

Environmental Research, Engineering and Management (EREM) is an international multidisciplinary journal designed to serve as a roadmap for understanding complex issues and debates of sustainable development. EREM publishes peer-reviewed scientific papers which cover research in the fields of environmental science, engineering (pollution prevention, resource efficiency), management, energy (renewables), agricultural and biological sciences, and social sciences.

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Vol 73, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Jurgis Kazimieras Staniškis 5 - 7

Articles

Subjective Reasons for Littering: A Self-serving Attribution Bias as Justification Process in an Environmental Behaviour Model PDF
Ralph Hansmann, Nora Steimer 8 - 19
Recent Extreme Floods and Their Transformation Along the Danube River PDF
Maria Mikhailova 20 - 32
Patterns and forecast of long-term cyclical fluctuations of the water runoff of Ukrainian Carpathians rivers PDF
Oleksandr Obodovskyi, Olga Lukianets 33 - 47
Modelling of the potential pattern and concentration of fugitive dust around a cement plant PDF
Olanrewaju Lawal, Aminanyanaba Onari Asimiea 48 - 58
Effects of Deficit Irrigation on the Growth and Yield of Tomato Irrigated with Magnetized Water PDF
Kamorudeen Olaniyi Yusuf, Ayodele Olanrewaju Ogunlela 59 - 68


Print ISSN: 1392-1649
Online ISSN: 2029-2139