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Name

Dr. Joyce Fidelis Akpan

Department

Soil Science

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Joyce Fidelis Akpan

Dr. (Mrs) Joyce Fidelis Akpan is a Lecturer in the Department of Soil Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Forestry and Wildlife Resources management, University of Calabar, Nigeria. She holds a Doctorate Degree in Soil Microbiology and her area of specialization is Soil Microbiology and Environmental Studies. She is a scholar, lead author and co-author in Local and International Journals.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCPrimary N0 2 Mayn Avenue, Calabar19791984
SSCEHoly Child Secondary School, Calabar19841990
Bachelor in AgricultureUniversity of Calabar,Calabar19932000
M.Sc in Soil MicrobiologyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20052009
Ph.D in Soil MicrobiologyUniversity of Calabar, Calabar20122018

S/N Publication
Akpan,J. F., Aki, E. E. & Isong, A., (2017) Comparative . Assessment of Wetland and coastal plain soils in Calabar, Cross River State. Global Journal of Agricultural Science, 16:17-30.
Akpan,J. F., Eyong, M. O. & Isong, I. A.(2017). The impact of long- term cassava Mill effluent discharge on soil PH and Microbial characteristic in Cross River State. Asian Journal of Soil Science and plant Nutrition 2, (1):1-9.
Akpan, J., Fidelis, A. & Joyedde, O. (2017). Effects of Bio fertilizers on physico – Chemical and microbial properties of soils planted with the pepper (Capsicum frutescens) in coastal plane of Cross River State Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Soil and Environmental Research, 15,53-61.
Henshaw, E., Lemox, J. & Akpan,J.,(2016). Antiretroviral drugs Development; past, Present and future; International STD Research and Reviews, 4(2), 1-30.
Henshaw,E., Lemox, J. & Akpan,J. (2016). Antiretroviral drugs Development; past, Present and future; International STD Research and Reviews, 4 (2), 1-30.
Henshaw,E., Akpan,J., Lennox,J. & Frank, E. (2016). Bacterial community Dynamics during the production of Ogi from millet, ‘A Nigerian fermented food using culture dependent approach. Imperial Journal of interdisciplinary Research (IJIR), 2(11),621-623.
Iren, O. B., Akpan,J. F., Ediene, V. F. & Asanga,E. E. (2015). Influence of cassava peels and poultry manure –based compost on soil properties, growth and yield of water leaf (Talinum triangulare jacq) in an ultisol of south –eastern Nigeria, 6(7),187-194.
Wemendo, S. A., Etukudo, N. & Akpan, J. (2015). Determination of Rhizosphere effect on soil chemical and bacterial properties in an ultisol of southern Nigerian. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 5(1),1494-1505.
Etukudo, N, E., Akpan, J. F & Ipadeola, S. A. (2014). Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium status of Bioaugmented versus biostimulated crude oil contaminated plain sand of southern Nigeria. International Journal of science and Energy Research, 2(3),252-266.
John, N.M., Uwah, D.F., Iren, O.B. & Akpan, J.F. (2013). Changes in maize (Zea mays L.). Performance and nutrients content with application of poultry manure, municipal solid waste and ash composts. Journal of Agricultural science, 5(3),270-277.
Akpan, J.F. (2012). Assessment of cassava milled effluent (CME) on the development of pepper (Capsicum chinenses) in southern part of Cross River State. Journal of Sciences and Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1),22-26.
Akpan, J.F. (2012). Assessment of cassava milled effluent (CME) on the development of pepper (Capsicum chinenses) in southern part of Cross River State. Journal of Sciences and Multidisciplinary Research, 4(1),22-26.
Eyong, M.O., Iren, O.B. and Akpan, J.F. (2011). A conservative farm plan for part of the hilly farms in Nsukka at Enugu State, Nigeria. African Journal of Agricultural Research and Development, 4(3): 59-64.
Etukudo, N.E., Akpan, J.F. & Wenibo, A. (2011). Determination of fungi species and population under selected crops on coastal plain sand of southern Nigeria. Journal of Sciences and Multidisciplinary Research, 3(1), 56-61.
Akpan, J.F., Solomon, M.G. & Bello, O.S. (2011). Effects of cassava mill effluent on some chemical and micro-biological properties of soils in Cross River State, Nigeria. Global Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 10(2), 89-97.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The 37th Annual Conference of the Soil Science Society in Nigeria, Lafia, Nassarawa State. The effects of Arbuscular mycorrhiza fungi on the growth of tomato on cassava effluent polluted soil. 2013-03-112013-03-15
The 40th Annual Conference of the Soil Science Society of Nigeria, Calabar, Cross River State .Effects of Soil Amendments on Selected Growth Parameters of Maize Plant (Zea mays L.) in Crude Oil Polluted and Unpolluted Soil. 2016-03-142016-03-18