Morlet Predictive Analysis of Earthquakes Modulations
Neïla Zarrouk, Raouf Bennaceur
During an earthquake the dynamic behavior of inelastic structures is a complicated non-stationary process that is affected by the random characteristics of seismic ground motions. The earthquake records are the time-domain signals in all cases the earthquake waves change in a relatively short period of time. The link between cosmic rays, low cloud amounts and earthquakes as a measure of climate began to occur and becomes a considerable and effervescent research field in last-years.
Climate Change, 2015, 1(1), 1-10
Print Media Journalists’ Coverage of Agriculture related Climate Change News in Nigeria: Implications for achieving Vision 20:2020
Ayogu CJ, Agwu AE, Enwelu IA
The study investigated print media journalists’ coverage of agriculture related climate change news in Nigeria: Implications for achieving Vision 20:2020. The Vision 20:2020 conceptualizes a transformation in agriculture that would ensure food security, the right to sustainable development and adaptation to the climate change challenge. The study was carried out in Nigeria and the population comprises all the national dailies institutions. Four national daily newspapers were purposively selected for the content analysis and questionnaire schedule was administered to 150 randomly selected journalists’.