Email: akpovwovwo@delsu.edu.ng

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  • Area of Specialization: Biogeography, soil, Geographic Information System (GIS), Environmental Management
  • Department of Geog & Reg Planning

  • Ufuoma Efe, Akpovwovwo is a researcher, with speciality in Biogeography for about fifteen years standing. She holds a PhD from the University of Ibadan, where her research centred on Mangrove forest regeneration and conservation. Her interest in environmental conservation, was developed and honed in the Nigerian Conservation Foundation, Lekki (an environmental Non-Governmental Organisation), where she had a brief stint. In the search for effective tools for the purpose of increasing her research options, she bagged a professional Masters degree in Geographic Information System (GIS). Her love for knowledge transfer, influenced her foray into academics, as a lecturer of about twelve years in the Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Delta state University. Ufuoma is a member of several professional bodies which include Society for Conservation Biology, Young Women in Conservation Biology and Association for Nigerian Geographers. Her several publications span a wide range of subject areas, which are inclusive of the following: agroforestry, soil fertility assessment and management, mangrove forest management and conservation, forest management, remote sensing and GIS applications to environmental monitoring and management.
    My Publications
  1. Akpovwovwo, U. E (2021) Mangrove Growth Dynamics and Sediment Relations in South Western Nigeria, Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Management
    https://journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/jpsl/article/view/31094 Vol.10 (4) Pages: 688-698

  2. Akpovwovwo, U. E. & Gbadegesin, A. S. (2021) Species composition and distribution patterns of the Mangroves of the Western Niger Delta, Nigeria, African Geographical Review
    Vol. Pages:

  3. Ejemeyovwi, D. O. , Ashima, B. T. & Akpovwovwo, U. E. (2021) Malaria incidence mapping in Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria, International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies
    Vol. Vol. 26 No. 2 Pages: pp.623-651

  4. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2020) Secondary Dynamics of the Okomu Forest, Edo State, Nigeria, Journal of Social Sciences
    https://esutjss.com/index.php/ESUTJSS/article/view/26/26 Vol.5 (1) Pages: 1-14

  5. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2020) An Urban Growth Analysis of Warri and Environs, Delta State, Nigeria. A Remote Sensing Approach., Federal University Wukari Trends in Science and Technology Journal
    http://www.ftstjournal.com/Digital%20Library/52%20Article%2042.php Vol.5(2) Pages: 433-437

  6. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2019) Effect of Timber processing products on soil in Sapele, Nigeria. , African Journal of Natural Sciences
    Vol.22 Pages: 15-22

  7. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2019) Structural Characteristics of Mangroves in a part of the Niger Delta, Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES)
    Vol. Vol 12 (2) Pages: 105-110

  8. Akpovwovwo, U.E and Ndakara, O.E (2014) The Sustainability of the Niger Delta: A review., In: Readings in Oil Theft, Environmental Degradation and the Reciprocal Responsibilities of Host Communities and the Government in Nigeria; Ewhrudjakpor et al. (ed.)Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka.
    Vol. Pages: 187-195

  9. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2013) GIS application to Soil quality assessment, Nigerian Journal of Cartography and GIS
    Vol. Pages: 56-66

  10. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2013) GIS and Environmental Sustainability, Journal of Social and Management Sciences
    Vol.Vol. 8 Pages: 90-94

  11. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2013) Comparative study of indigenous with conventional methods of soil fertility assessment. , Journal of Social and Management Sciences
      Vol. Vol 9 Pages: 101-106

  12. Akpovwovwo, U.E & Olomo, R.O (2010) GIS for effective electoral system. In Readings: Cartography and GIS for Effective Electoral System, Nigerian Cartographic Association
    Vol. Vol Pages: 6-8

  13. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2009) Flood Risk Assessment: A GIS Approach: In Readings in Millennium Development Goals and Challenges, Omotor et al (eds.), Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta State University, Abraka.
    Vol. 2 Pages:

  14. Akpokodje, U.E and Aweto, A.O (2007) Effects of an Exotic Tree Legume on Soil in Farmlands in the Ibadan Area, Southwestern Nigeria. Land Contamination and Reclamation, Land Contamination and Reclamation
    Vol.15 Pages: 319-325

  15. Akpovwovwo, U.E (2007) Vegetation. In Delta State in Maps; ., Odemerho et a (ed.), Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Delta State University, Abraka.
    Vol. Pages: 31-34