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Dr. Oka Peter Onen

Lecturer I
Geography and Environmental Science
oka.ponen@unical.edu.ng

Dr. OKA PETER ONEN is a geographer by training, whose focus is on Biogeography and Bioclimatic researches and by extension Biodiversity Conservation. He is currently a lecturer in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. He has published extensively in International and Local Journals on Environmental issues. He is currently working on " Invasive Alleign Species along First and Second Order River Catchments" and " Ecological Restoration Along War-relict Zones in Sub-Tropical West Africa". Collaborates with intrested NGO's on Wildlife Research and Training in the Sub-Tropical Region of West Africa.

Ambo, M. E., Oka, P. O. and Bisong, F. E. (2008) “Diversity and Sustainability of Small-Scale Farming in Cross River State: A case study of Edim Otop Community in Calabar Urban”. Global Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 7. 1 2008: 9 – 15. (AJOL (UK): http://www.ajol.info).


Oka, P. O. (2009) “Managing the Impact of Urbanization on Biodiversity in Emerging Urban Fringe Settlements: the case of Satellite Town, Calabar, Nigeria”. Global Journal of Social Sciences Vol. 8, 1, 2009: 15 – 22. (AJOL (S. Africa): http://www.ajol.info).


Eni, D. I., Oka, P. O. and Atu, J. E. (2011) “Assessment of wetland resources utilization along the Cross River Estuary”. Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies, Volume 1 Number 2 (2011) 1-7. (www.sachajournals.com).


Eni, D. I., Oko, C. and Oka, P. O. (2013) “Evaluation of soil bearing capacities and its implication for foundation compatibility in Calabar, Nigeria”. Global Advanced Research Journal of Social Sciences, Vol. 2(2) 34-37, Feb 2013. (htt://garj.org/garjss/index.htm).


Okpiliya, F. I., Udida, A. A. and Oka, P. (2013) “Effect of timber resource processing on Edibe-Edibe creek in Calabar South Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria”. International Journal of Physical and Human Geography, Vol. 1 No. 1, 10-17 Mar 2013 (http://www.ea-journal.org).


Oko, Comfort N., Eni, D. Imoke and Oka, Peter Onen (2014) “Evaluation of spatial variation of palm oil mill effluents (POME) in Cross River State, Nigeria”. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Volume5, Issue 3: 1528-1535. (http://www.ijser.org).


Okpiliya, F. I., Oka,P. O. and Effiong, E. B. (2014) “Mangrove forest ecosystem utilization for sustainable livelihood in Calabar South, Nigeria”. International Journal of Ecology and Ecosolution. Volume 1 (2):42-51. (http://.netjournal.org/z_IJEE_14_019.html).


Oka, P. O. and Majuk, S. M. (2016) “Collaborating with Nature: The Pristine Habitats in Ugep, Yakurr L. G. A., Nigeria”. Journal of Geoscience and Environmental Protection, 4, 46-52. (http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/gep.2016.42006).   


Peter Onen Oka, Stanley Monkayuk Majuk and Josiah N. Obiefuna (2016) “Evaluation of the size and change patterns of green areas. built-up areas and exurban of Cross River State, Nigeria”. International Journal of Innovation and Scientific Research, Vol. 24 No. 2 Jun. 2016, 293 – 299. (http://www.ijisr.issr-journals.org/).


Oka, Peter Onen; Majuk, Stanley Monkayuk and Eni, Devalsam Imoke (2016) “The unnoticed benefits of city dumpsites in Cross River State, Nigeria”. Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol 6 (6) 13-19. (www.ijar.in).


Okpiliya, F. I., Oka, P. O. and Mbu, J. (2016): “Forest as a Redeemer: Experiences Drawn from Selected Rural Ejagham Communities in Etung Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria”. Review of Environment and Earth Sciences, 2016, Volume 3 No. 1: 10-21. (www.pakin sight.com).


Oka Peter Onen and Bassey John Bassey (2017) “Biodiversity of city dumpsites: What future for the environment?” Journal of Humanities And Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) Volume 22, Issue 2 Ver. 1 (February 2017) 113-119. (www.iosrjournal.org).


  Dr. Oka, Peter Onen (2017) “Altitudinal Variation: What future for Biodiversity conservation”. International Journal of Scientific Research Vol. 6, Issue 10, October 2017, 604-607. (www.worldwidejournals.com) DOI:10.15373/22778179.


Oka Peter Onen; Inyang, M. E.; Majuk, S. M., Owoanam, E. S. (2017) “The Green Street: Prospects for avifauna conservation in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria”. International Journal of Social Science & Humanities Research. vol. 5, Issue 2, April-June 2017 632-639. (www.researchpublish.com).


      Dr. Oka, Peter Onen (2017) “Habitat Variation and Avian Richness: Alpha Scale”. The International Journal of Science and Technology. Vol. 5, Issue 6, June, 2017 104-109. (www.theijst.com).


     Oka Peter Onen and Eyam, Prisca Nicholas (2017) “Avian of nature park: richness and pattern”. International Journal of Social Science & Humanities Research Vol. 5, Issue 3, 1-8, July-September, 2017. (www.researchpublish.com).


      Dr. Oka, Peter Onen and Prof. Imoh J. Ekpoh (2017) “The Cross-Taxon Relationship and Wildlife in Nigeria”. International Journal of Modern Sociology and Security Studies (IJMSSS), Vol. 3, No. 1(2017).


Abua, M. A., Abali, T. P. and Oka, P. O. (2018) “Spatial Variability of Sediment Yield on landuse cover types in Calabar River basin catchment, Cross River State, Nigeria”.Earth Science: An International Journal (ESIJ), Volume 1 Number 1, April 2018. esijjournal@airccse.com


Oka, Peter Onen (2018) “Regaining Holistic Perspective on Biogeographic Challenges of Sub – Catchment Corridors of Cross River Watershed, Nigeria”. African Journal of Social Sciences Volume 8 Number 1 (2018) 49 – 55. (www.sachajournals.com).


a)   Oka, P. O. (2011) “Integrating land survey methods in predicting the impact of gully erosion on biodiversity in Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria”. International Journal of Environmental Science Volume 7, Number 2. 2011. (www.irdionline.org).


     Dr. Oka, Peter Onen and Prof. Imoh J. Ekpoh (2017) “The Cross-Taxon relationship and wildlife defense in Nigeria”. International Journal of Modern Sociology and Security Studies (IJMSSS), Vol. 3, No. 1 (2017) ISSN: 2408-672.


Oka, Peter Onen (2018) ''Avian Response to Environmental Gradients in Okwangwo Range, Cross River National Park, Nigeria''. Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies Volume 7 Number 1 (2018) pp1-10. www.sachajournals.com.

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Management of the Impact of Urbanization on Biodiversity in Emerging Urban Fringe Settlements: An overview of Satellite Town, Calabar”.
National Conference, Social Sciences and the Challenges of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Africa, University of Maiduguri, Nigeria.
Start: Sunday 26th October, 2008
End: Thursday 30th October, 2008
Diversity and Sustainability of Small-Scale Farming in Calabar Urban
49th Association of Nigerian Geographers (ANG) Conference, University of Abuja
Start: Sunday 15th October, 2017
End: Thursday 19th October, 2017
No Results for Grants/Awards Received