Email: ndakaraoe@delsu.edu.ng

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  • Area of Specialization: Biogeography, soil geography, biodiversity conservation and environmental resources management
  • Department of Geog & Reg Planning

  • Ndakara Ofudjaye Emmanuel, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography and Regional Planning, who holds a Ph.D. degree in Geography from the University of Ibadan; M.Sc. degree in Geography from the University of Ibadan; and B.Sc. degree in Geography and Regional Planning from the Delta State University. I am specialised in the areas of Biogeography, Soil-geography, Biodiversity conservation, Ecology and Environmental Resources Management. I have successfully conducted several distinctive researches and published research articles in the international (indexed and abstracted), national and local journals. I have also published in referred books of readings and proceedings. I am a member of Professional Associations, and I have attended several conferences on records.
    My Publications
  1. Ndakara, O. E., and Eyefia, O. A. (2021) Spatial and Seasonal Variations in Rainfall and Temperature across Nigeria., Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences (JBES). International Network for Natural Sciences Publisher (Innspub).
    Https://innspub.net/jbes/spatial-and-seasonal-variations-in-rainfall-and-temperature-across-nigeria/ Vol.18 (2) Pages: 79-92

  2. Ndakara, O. E., Atuma, I. M. and Boyitie, O. P. (2021) Ecological Functions and Urban Renewal in Urhobo Land, Southern Nigeria;, Himalayan Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies.
    https://himjournals.com/journal-details/hjhcs/Volume%202/Issue%206 Vol.2 (6) Pages: 1-6

  3. Ukoji, C and Ndakara, O. E. (2021) Abattoir Waste Discharge and Water Quality in Anwai River, Nigeria, Himalayan Journal of Agriculture.
    https://himjournals.com/journal-details/hja/Volume:2/Issue:4 Vol.2 (4) Pages: 8-14

  4. Okinono O., Ndakara O.E, Obi C.K, Okonta I.P, Morka E., Jonathan M.A, et al. (2021) Psychosocial impact of coronavirus lockdown on Nigerians., Journal of Social Perspectives in Gender Development,
    Vol.2 (1) Pages: 174-186

  5. Akpotor E.G, Morka E, Jonathan A.M, Ndakara O.E, et al., (2020) Aspects of Epidemiological Study of Covid-19 Pandemic: Perception and Beliefs in Delta State, Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    https://delsunjse.com/index.php/delsu_njse/article/view/32/45 Vol.18 (1) Pages: 281-295

  6. E. O. Ndakara, C. K. Obi, O. Okinono, E. Morka, P. Okonta, A. M. Jonathan, O. E. Michael, W. O. Egboduku, A. O. Egwunyenga (2020) Socio-Economic Impact of Covid-19 in Nigeria, TEST Engineering and Management. Mattingley publisher Co., Inc.
    http://www.testmagzine.biz/index.php/testmagzine/issue/view/9 Vol.83 (May-June) Pages: 30662-30675

  7. Ndakara, O. E. and Ofuoku, U. A. (2020) Characterizing plant biomass and soil parameters under exotic trees within rainforest environment in southern Nigeria, AIMS Environmental Science. AIMS Press.
    https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ckz3YQzo4v4C&hl=en Vol.7 (6) Pages: 611-626

  8. Obi, C. K. and Ndakara, O. E. (2020) The Effect of COVID-19 Pandemic on OPEC Spatial Oil Production: A Macro Analysis, Journal of Advanced Research in Dynamical and Control Systems. IASR Press.
    http://doi.org/10.5373/JARDCS/V12I8/20202487 Vol.12 (8) Pages: 393-402

  9. Ndakara, O. E. and Boyitie, O. P. (2019) River Ethiope and socio-economic development of Abraka and Obiaruku in Delta State., Nigerian Journal of Management Sciences, Benue State University, Makurdi.
    https://www.bsum.edu.ng/njms/journals/vol7no1/article21.php Vol.7 (1) Pages: 191-196

  10. Ndakara, O. E. (2019) Influence of exotic trees on physical properties of soil in tropical rainforest: Implications for environmental management in Southern Nigeria, Sahel Analyst Journal of Management Sciences
    Vol.17(1) Pages: 71-88

  11. Akpovwovwo, U.E. and Ndakara, O. E. (2018) The Sustainability of the Niger Delta Environment. 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
      Vol.  Pages: 187-195

  12. Ndakara, O. E. (2018) Effect of Isolated stands of Persea gratissima on organic matter and cation Exchange capacity of the rainforest soil in Southern Nigeria., Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    Vol.16 (1) Pages:  

  13. Ndakara, O. E. (2018) Assessment of Litterfall nutrient flux in isolated stands of Mangifera indica in Orogun rainforest region, Southern Nigeria., Sokoto Journal of The Social Sciences
    Vol.8 (1) Pages: 176-186

  14. Ndakara, O. E. (2016) Effect of Anthropogenic disturbance on the floristic composition of rainforest ecosystem of Southern Nigeria, Sokoto Journal of the Social Sciences
    Vol.6 (2) Pages: 250-259

  15. Ndakara, O. E. (2016) Hydrological Nutrient Flux in Isolated Exotic Stands of Mangifera indica Linn: Implications for sustainable Rainforest Ecosystem Management in South-Southern Nigeria., Nigerian Journal of Science and Environment
    https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/f957/47ea6a78240ee2933f3f6e84c8b2cea3710b.pdf Vol.14 (1) Pages: 125-131

  16. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Throughfall, Stemflow and Litterfall Nutrient Flux in Isolated Stands of Persea gratissima in a Moist Tropical Rainforest Region, Southern Nigeria., Journal of Physical and Environmental Science research
    Vol.1 (1) Pages: 5-14

  17. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Rainforest Degradation and Rate of Flora Loss in Orogun Region: Implications for Ecosystem Management in Southern Nigeria, Journal of Social and Management Sciences
    Vol.7 (1) Pages: 103-111

  18. SO Imiolemen, AI Iwara, OE Ndakara, TN Deekor, AE Ita (2012) Assessment of the nutrient status of soil under Chromolaena odorata L.(Siam weed) fallow in Moniya, Oyo State Southwestern Nigeria, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management
    https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ejesm/article/viewFile/77957/68352 Vol.5(3) Pages: 252-259

  19. Efe, S.I. and Ndakara, O.E. (2012) Climate, Man and the Environment.In:Philosophy of the Social Sciences; Awaritefe and Mukoro (ed.), Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta state University
    Vol. Pages: 73-82

  20. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Climate Change and the Rainforest Ecosystem: An Assessment of the Soil and Plant Biomass Characteristics in the Gas Flaring Area of Southern Nigeria. In: Proceedings in Climate Change and Sustainable Development, Iliya et al. (ed.), Association of Nigerian Geographers.
    Vol. Pages: 277-289

  21. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Biogeochemical Consequences of Hydrologic Conditions in Isolated Stands of Terminalia cattapa in the Rainforest Zone of Southern Nigeria. In: Proceedings in Hydrology for Disaster Management, Martins et al. (ed.)., Nigerian Association of Hydrological Sciences.
    http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.1003.4966&rep=rep1&type=pdf Vol.  Pages: 134-144

  22. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Natural Resources Exploitation and Uses in Auchi and Its Environs; In: Environment and Socio-Economic Impact of Natural Resources Exploitation in Auchi and Environs, Edo State, Efe and Atubi (ed.)., Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Delsu, Abraka
    Vol. Pages: 57-68.

  23. Ndakara, O. E. (2012) Litterfall and nutrient returns in isolated stands of Terminalia catappa trees in the rainforest area of southern Nigeria, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management
    https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ejesm/article/download/74146/64805 Vol.5(1) Pages: 1-10

  24. Ndakara, O. E. (2011) Ecosystem-Based Management Approaches to Environmental Issues: A Case of Waste Disposal and Management in Western Niger Delta, Journal of Social and Management Sciences
      Vol.6 (2) Pages: 1-11.

  25. Ndakara, O. E. (2011) Climate Change and Sustainable Development: A Case of Soil and Plant Biomass Characteristics in Gas Flaring Area of Southern Nigeria. In: Abdulrahim et al. (ed.), Association of Nigerian Geographers.
    Vol. Pages: 82-83

  26. Ndakara, O. E. (2011) Litterfall and nutrient returns in isolated stands of Persea gratissima (avocado pear) in the rainforest zone of Southern Nigeria, Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management
    https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ejesm/article/viewFile/71632/60594 Vol.4(3) Pages: 42-50

  27. Ndakara, O. E. (2011) Diversity and Distribution of Timber Tree Species In Fallow Arable Land Areas of the Rainforest Region, Southern Nigeria., International Journal of Social Sciences
      Vol.7 (2) Pages: 15-34

  28. Ndakara, O. E. (2011) Suitability Assessment of Soils for Maize (Zea mays L) Production in the Fallow and Derived Savanna Landscapes of Kwale in Southern Nigeria, Journal of Social and Management Sciences
      Vol.6 (3) Pages: 81-89

  29. Efe, S.I. and Ndakara, O.E. (2010) Environment and Sustainable Development: Climate Change and Vegetation in Gas Flaring area of Western Niger Delta Region of Nigeria, Journal of the Centre for Niger Delta Studies, Niger Delta University.
    Vol.4 (1) Pages: 65-81

  30. Efe, S. I. and Ndakara, O. E. (2010) Impact of Climate Variability on Crime Rate in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. In: Readings in Homeland Security and Development; Akpotor et al. (ed.)., Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta state University
    Vol. Pages: 17-24

  31. Ndakara, O.E. and Efe, S.I. (2010) Environmental Change and Threat to Security: Soil Erosion Activities in Abraka Urban, Southern Nigeria. In: Readings in Homeland Security and Development; Akpotor et al. (ed.), Faculty of the Social Sciences, Delta state University
    Vol. Pages: 113-121

  32. Ndakara, O. E. and Abotutu, A. A. (2010) Agricultural Land-Use Effects on the Population Of Timber Tree Species in The Rainforest Zone of Abraka, Western Niger Delta. In: Sustainable Environmental Peace and Security in the Niger Delta, Akpotor et al. (ed.)., A Publication of the Centre for Environmental and Niger Delta Studies, Delta State University
    Vol. Pages: 77-85

  33. Ndakara, O. E. (2010) The Rainforest Ecosystem: Exploitation and Conservation of Wood and Non-Wood Resources in South-Southern Nigeria., Journal of Environmental Science
      Vol.7 (3) Pages: 13-22.

  34. Ndakara, O. E. (2010) Ecological Attributes of the Tropical Rainforest: Assessment of Litterfall and Biomass Parameters in Response to Nutrient Cycling in Southern Nigeria., Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
    Vol.3 Pages: 45-53

  35. Ndakara, O. E. (2009) Rainforest Fragments and Diversity of Tree Species in South-Southern Nigeria., Journal of Environmental Science
    Vol.5 (3) Pages: 116-123

  36. Abotutu, A. A. and Ndakara, O. E. (2009) Residents’ perception of high-rise dwellings in Nigerian cities: A case study of Warri metropolis., GRP Journal of Environmental Planning and Management
    Vol.2 Pages: 56-61