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Name

Dr. Innocent Chigbe Ekwok

Department

Geography and Environmental Science

Designation

Lecturer II

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Innocent Chigbe Ekwok

Innocent Chigbe Ekwok, Ph.D, started his career in the University of Calabar, Nigeria in 2013. His areas of specialization are Medical Geography/Health Safety & Environment. He was the Coordinator Environmental Resource Management (ERM), Department of Geography and Environmental Science (GES), University of Calabar, 2014 to 2016.


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Ekwok, Innocent (2015). The Nigerian Electricity Supply Industry, Past and Present and its' Impact on the Socio- Economy of Nigeria. in NIGERIA'S POLITICAL ECONOMY and the COURTSHIP with POVERTY, Pp 208-217, ISBN 978-978-53300-5-3, PUMOH Print Concept Ltd, Calabar.
Ekwok, I. C., Oko, E. E., Chioma, Chigbe (2011) Challenges and prospects of Diversifying Energy sources for Economic Development in Nigeria. Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health, 7th Annual Conference, book of Proceedings. Pp 57- 62. (Nigeria).
Oko, Peter Ereh, Ayeri Benedict A.,  Ekwok, Innocent C. (2008) Reposition Environmental Education to Meet Nigeria’s Current Challenges of Environmental Degradation. Multidisciplinary Journal of Research Development 10 (3) Pp 123- 128. (Nigeria).
Okpiliya, F. I., Ekwok, I.,  Inah Okon,  Magaji, K. I. and Olaleye, O. O. Death, Pains and Sorrows: Empirics from the Periodicity of Road Traffic Accidents in Tarraba State, Nigeria. International Journal of Arts and Humanities:  Vol. 4(4): pp 177-186, © 2016 Spring Journals.
Ekwok, I. C., Ushie, Upel, Chioma, V.C. (2013) Strategies for Healthy School Environment for Enhancing quality Educational Performance in Nigerian Schools. Journal of Quality Education. (2013) Pp 91- 101. (Nigeria).
Ebi, Bassey Okon; Isomkwo, A. E., Ekwok, Innocent C. (2012) Globalisation and Economic Instability in Nigeria. Multi-disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 1 (2) 242- 248. (Nigeria).
Ekwok I. C. and Ajake A, O. (2010) “An Assessment of Electricity Power Supply on the Socio-economic Activities of the Residents of Calabar Metropolis” in EBSU journal  of Social Science Review, Vol. 4. No. 2 pp. 104-111, Publication of Faculty of Social Science, Ebonyi State University Abakaliki. (Nigeria).
 Amuyou, U. A., Kotingo, K. E. and Ekwok, I. C, (2015) Empirical Analysis of the Basel Accords (ISO: 31000) and Compliance to Risk Management in the Oil Sector of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology. 5(7): 14 – 22.              http://www.esxpublishers.com. (USA).
Ekwok, I. C., Prof. I. J. Ekpoh., Ojinnaka, V. C., Enang, A.  C. (2014) Health Implication of Quarry Hazard on Female Workers in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi- Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 3 (1) 2014 Pp 53- 63. (Nigeria).
Ekwok, Innocent C., Imoke, Devalson (2012) An assessment of the air and water quality within the quarry working environment of Akamkpa  Local Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Multi- disciplinary Research and Development Perspectives, 1 (2) Pp 104- 110. (Nigeria).
Imoh, J. Ekpoh, Ekwok, Innocent C., (2011) The Impact of Quarry Dust on the Health of Workers in Akamkpa Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Geographic Thought 12 (1&2) Pp 105- 115. (Nigeria).
Ayini, Benedict A., Peter, Oko E., Ekwok, Innocent C. (2008) Political and Economic Issues on Gender Equality and Women Empowerment for Sustainable National Development.  Association of Nigerian Geographers, 50th Annual Conference, book of Proceedings. Pp 504-508. (Nigeria).
Ekwok, I. C., Ekpoh, I. J. (2010) Effects of quarry dust on lung function in quarry Workers in Akamkpa Local Government Area, Cross River, Nigeria. 6th Annual Conference of Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health, book of Proceedings. Pp 136-140.(Nigeria).
Davalsam, I; Atu, Joy E, Oko, Comfort O., Ekwok, Innocent (2011) Flood and its Impact on farmlands in Itigidi, Abi Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science 1(9) 98- 104. USA, www.ijhssnet.com. (USA).
Eni, Davalsam I; Obiefuna, Josiah N, Oko, Comfort, Ekwok, Innocent. (2011) Impact of Urbanization on Sub- surface Water Quality in Calabar Municipality, Nigeria.1 (10) Pp 167- 170. USA, www.ijhssnet.com. (USA).
Gomos, Doris Yakubu, Uzor, Margaret O., Ekwok, Innocent C. (2012) Teachers preparedness: A Panacea for Enhancing Effective Management of Special Classroom for Children with Pre- lingual Deafness. International Journal for Education, Science and public Policy in Africa 2(1) 256- 261. (USA).
Amuyou, U. A., Kotingo, K. E. and Ekwok, I. C, (2015) Empirical Analysis of the Basel Accords (ISO: 31000) and Compliance to Risk Management in the Oil Sector of Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. International Journal of Applied Research and Technology. 5(7): 14 – 22.http://www.esxpublishers.com. (USA).
Uzor, Margaret O., Ekwok, Innocent C. (2012) Special Needs Education for Nomadic Children: Challenges and prospects. Journal of Childhood and Primary Education. 9 (1) Pp 398- 406. (Nigeria).
Okpiliya, F. I., Oko, P. E., Ekwok, I., William, J. J. (2017) Analysis of the Rate of Vegetation Conservation from one type to another in Obudu Plateau. Researchjournali’s Journal of Geography. 4(4) 2017 ISSN 2349 – 5349.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
Contribution of Wetlands resources exploitation to household income in Calabar urban Area.9th Annual Conference of the Association of Nigeria Geographers (ANG) University of Abuja 15-19th October 2007.2007-08-152017-08-19
Repositioning Environmental Degradation6th annual conference of National Association for Research development (NARD), Held in Alvan Ikoku College of education, Owerri from 10th-14th September 2007.2007-09-102007-09-14
An assessment of the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) in Nigeria: problem and prospect.1st Annual Conference of School of Arts and social sciences F.C.E OBUDU.2008-08-232008-08-23
Political and Economic Issues in Gender Equality and Women Empowerment for sustainable National Development.50th Annual National Conference of Nigerian Geographer (ANG), held in the University of Calabar from 25-29th August 2008.2008-08-252008-08-29
Effects of quarry dust on lung function in quarry workers in Akamkpa, cross River State.6th Annual Conference. Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental, Health (SOSEH) 3rd-6th November 2010.2010-11-032010-11-06
Occupational Health Hazards in the quarry industries of Akamkpa L.G.A Cross River State6th Annual Conference of Society for occupational safety and Environmental health (SOSEH). 3rd -6th November 2010 Nsukka.2010-11-032010-11-06
The Resource Curse: Nigeria’s poverty and poverty alleviation situation1st Annual Conference school of Arts and social sciences F.C.E Obudu 6-10th June 2011.2011-06-062011-06-10
Diversifying Energy sources. For Economic Development in Nigeria: Challenges and prospects7th Annual Conference of Society for Occupational Safety and Environmental Health (SOSEH), 16-19th November 2011, Abuja.2011-11-162011-11-19
Globalization and Economic Instability in Nigeria2nd annual National Conference of school of Art and social sciences F.C.E Obudu 5-8 June 2012.2012-06-052012-06-08
Re-Engineering the University System for Effective Service DeliveryRetreat for University Senior Officers, by Centre for Teaching and Learning Excellence in UNICAL. 2015-10-152015-10-16
Growth in Population of Farmers and Land Resource Availability at a Cross River State58th Association of Nigerian Geographers Annual Conference, Geography, Nation-Building and Environmental Change, 12th – 17th March, 2017, Department of Geography, Nasarawa State University, Keffi, Nasarawa State, Nigeria.2017-03-122017-03-17
Connecting People to NatureFirst Department of Geography and Environmental Science (GES), University of Calabar World Environment Day (WED) Conference, June 1, 2017.2017-06-012017-06-01