CEM

Centre for Environmental Management

Research

Projects Completed in 2017

  • DETERMINATION OF THE POTENTIAL UTILIZATION OF BIOSOLIDS FROM THE¬†¬†UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST INDIES, MONA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT
  • CLIMATE CHANGE CONSIDERED: THE SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ON MIDDLE-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE MEADOWBROOK RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY IN UPPER ST. ANDREW, JAMAICA.
  • USING THE VISITOR IMPACT MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK TO MANAGE CARRYING CAPACITY IN PROTECTED AREAS: DEVELOPING INDICATORS AND STANDARDS OF QUALITY TO ASSIST IN THE MANAGEMENT OF THE HOLYWELL RECREATIONAL PARK.
  • AN ECOSYSTEM BASED APPROACH TO DISASTER RISK REDUCTION: EVALUATING THE USE OF COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS AS A DISASTER REDUCTION TOOL ALONG THE PORTMORE EVACUATION ROUTES IN ST. CATHERINE, JAMAICA.
  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF FISHING PRACTICES ON COASTAL ECOSYSTEMS IN WHITEHOUSE, WESTMORELAND.
  • WATER DEMOCRACY INSECURITY IN RURAL JAMAICA: AN INVESTIGATION OF WATER INACCESSIBILITY IN BARTONS AND RED GROUND ST. CATHERINE.
  • AN ASSESSMENT OF THE BENTHIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE WHITE RIVER SPECIAL FISHERIES CONSERVATION AREA.
  • AN ASSESSMENT OF SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN THE LOWER-MIDDLE CLASS SUB-URBAN COMMUNITY OF WATERFORD, PORTMORE, ST. CATHERINE.
  • A REVIEW OF THE SEA CUCUMBER FISHERIES OF THE PACIFIC AND THEIR MANAGEMENT, WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE SOLOMON ISLANDS.