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Name

Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Department

Geology

Designation

Senior Lecturer

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong

Aniediobong Jonah Ukpong holds a Ph.D degree in Biostratigraphy / Exploration Geology from the University of Calabar, Nigeria. He started his professional career as an Assistant Micropaleontologist in South-Sea Petroleum Consultants, Port Harcourt in 1998 after a one year NYSC programme with the company. He also worked briefly with Environmental Research and Geosciences Ltd, Port-Harcourt before joining the services of the University of Calabar as an Assistant Lecturer in 2004, where he is currently a Senior Lecturer. Dr Ukpong has been involved in extensive fieldwork and research in various areas in the Calabar Flank. Beyond his research interest in the Calabar Flank, he has also participated in several consultancy projects in the Niger Delta and other parts of Nigeria. Dr. Ukpong won the second prize of the prestigious NMGS/Total award for 2019.


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Ukpong A. J. and Anyanwu T. C (2018). Foraminifera distribution, stratigraphy and paleoenvironment of the U-12 well, Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal for Scientific Research and Development, 6(05): 1043-1050.
Ukpong, A.J. and Ekhalialu, O.M. (2018). Foraminiferal Approach to Palaeoenvironmental Interpretations: Case Study of Priabonian – Rupelian Sediments of the Niger Delta, Nigeria. International Journal Geology and Mining. 4(2): 165-1 78.
Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2018). Biostratigraphic implications of Hedbergella sigali Moullade (foraminifera) and Ephedripites multicostatus Brenner (pollen): Evidence for Berriasian – Turonian age for the Mfamosing Limestone and Ekenkpon Shale in the Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal Geology and Mining, 4(2): 179-189.
Ukpong, A. J. and Anyanwu, T. C. (2018). Late Eocene – Early Oligocene foraminiferal biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironment of sediments from “Beta – 24 well” Niger Delta Basin, South Eastern Nigeria. European Academic Research. 6(2): 871 – 891.
Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2018) Cenomanian – Turonian foraminifera and palynomorphs from the Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria: Implications for age and depositional environment. International Journal Geology and Mining. Vol. 4(1): 156 – 164
Ukpong, A. J., Anyanwu, T. C., Osung, W. E., and Omoko, E.N. (2018). Sequence Stratigraphic Study of “B-24 Well” Northern Depobelt, Niger Delta, Southeastern Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics, 6(2): 20 – 28.
Ukpong A. J., Dibi T. I., Okon E. E. and Iwara E. E. (2018). Foraminiferal analysis and palaeoenvironmental interpretation of borehole ET (BH-ET) in the Calabar Flank, South-eastern Nigeria. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology. 12(2): 74 – 83.
Ukpong, A. J. and Anyanwu,T. C. (2018). Sequence stratigraphic implication to hydrocarbon exploration in “beta field”, northern depobelt of the Niger delta basin. International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research(IJRTER). 04(01): 405 – 420.
Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2017). Evaluation of palaeo-oxygen conditions of Priabonian – Rupelian sediments of the Agbada Formation, Niger delta based on fisher’s diversity index and benthic foraminifera oxygen index. EPRA International Journal of Research and Development, 2(12): 65 – 80.
Ukpong, A. J., Ikediasor, C.K., Anyanwu, T. C., Osung, W. E. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2017). Foraminiferal biozonation of “well k-27”, Greater Ughelli depobelt, Niger delta basin, south eastern Nigeria. EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMD). 3(10): pp 23 – 32.
Ukpong, A. J., Ekhalialu, O. M., Ogidi, A. O. and Osung, W. E. (2017). Provenance and depositional environment of sediments of the Awi Formation, Calabar Flank, southeastern Nigeria. European Academic Reasearch. 5(2): 1167 – 1184.
Ekhalialu, O. M., Ukpong, A. J., Ogidi, A. O., Asi, M. O. and Osung, W. E. (2016). Stratigraphic characterization of parts of the Awi Formation, Calabar Flank, south eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering and Research (IJCTER). 2(11) 50 – 70.
Ekhalialu, O. M., Ukpong, A. J., Kudamnya, E. A., Osung, W. E. and Omoko, E. N. (2016). Geology and geotourism potential of Kwa fall, Akamkpa, south eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering and Research(IJRTER). 02(10): 168 – 179.
Ukpong, A. J., Ikediasor,C. K., Emeka, C. N. and Emeka, V. E. (2015). Tidal influence on Foraminiferal distribution in a typical Mesotidal River; A case study of the Great Kwa River, Southeastern Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 6(7): 889 – 897.
Ukpong, A. J. and Ekhalialu, O. M. (2015). Integrated Biostratigraphic study of Well Etankpini 005(ET005) based on Foraminiferal and Palynological analysis, Calabar Flank; South Eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research. 6(2): 1129 – 1141.
Edet, A., Ukpong, A., and Nganje, T. (2014). The Concentrations of Potentially Toxic Elements and Total Hydrocarbon in Soils of Niger Delta Region (Nigeria). Journal of Environment and Earth Science. 4(1): 23 – 34.
Edet, A., Ukpong, A., and Nganje, T. (2014). Baseline concentration and sources of trace elements in groundwater of Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis. 2(1): 1 – 13.
Edet, A., Ukpong, A., and Nganje, T. (2013). Hydrochemical studies of Cross River Basin (Southeastern Nigeria) river systems using cross plots, statistics and water quality index. Environmental Earth Sciences. 70(7): 30-43
Etesin, U. M., Ibok, U. J., Ekwere, A. and Ukpong, A. (2011). Characterization of Mfamosing Limestone (calabar flank), south eastern Nigeria for aluminium smelting. African Journal of Environmental Pollution and Health, 9 (2): 33 – 38.
Edet, A., Ukpong, A. J. and Ekwere, A. S. (2011). A statistical tools for predicting the impact of climate variability on groundwater resources in Cross River State, Southeastern Nigeria. African Geoscience Review. 18 (4): 107 – 117.
Ekwere, A., Edet,A., Ukpong,A., and Obim, V. (2011). Assessment of seasonal variations of hydrochemical signatures of surface water quality using multivariate statistical methods. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa.13(8): 51 – 64.
Edet, A., Nganje,T. N., Ukpong, A. J. and Ekwere, A.S. (2011). Groundwater Chemistry and quality of Nigeria: A Status Review African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 5 (13): 1152- 1169.
Ekwere, A.S., Edet, A. and Ukpong, A. J. (2011). Hydrochemistry of the near shore Marine bay, Calabar River (South Eastern Nigeria) Material and Geoenvironment, 58(4): 421- 436.
Ukpong, A.J., Olivier, N. and Oshundebe, M.A. (2008). Foraminiferal biostratigraphy of the Upper part of the type section of Ekenkpon Formation Calabar Flank, South Eastern Nigeria, International Journal of National and Applied Sciences (IJNAS) 3(1&2): 28- 34.

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Environmental Management Conference Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.Edet A., Ukpong A.J and Ekwere A.S. (2012). Impact of Climate Change on Groundwater Resources: An Example from Cross River State, Southeastern Nigeria. 1: 2 – 21.2011-09-122011-09-15