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Name

Dr. Nsa R. B.

Department

Soil Science

Designation

Lecturer I

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Nsa R. B.

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S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished

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Antigha, N. R. B. and A. Ibrahim (2006). Relationship between infiltration rate and hydraulic conductivity of soils of ObufaEsukOrok in Calabar area, South-East Nigeria. Proceedings of Soil Science Society of Nigeria 13th-14th November 2006: 218-223.
Akpan-Idiok, A. U., P. O. Ogbaji and N. R. B. Antigha (2012). Infiltration, Degradation Rate and Vulnerability Potential of Onwu River floodplain soils in Cross River State. Journal of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Ecology 5(1), 62-74.
Amalu, U. C. and N. R. B. Antigha (1999). Some physical properties and moisture characteristics of some coastal plain soils in Calabar, South-East Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 2: 207-213.
Essien, I. E. and N. R. B. Antigha (2007). The relationship between infiltration rate and hydraulic conductivity of some soils of Akpabuyo area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Research and Policies Vol. 2, No. 2.
Antigha, N. R. B. (2016). Infiltration characteristics of Akamkpa soils in Cross River State, Nigeria and their implication for sustainable drop production. 40th Annual Conference of Soil Science Society of Nigeria, 14th – 18th March 2016 – University of Calabar, p.84.
Antigha, N. R. B. (2002). Rice husks as soil nutrient additives to poultry droppings in corn farming in Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Environmental ResearchVol 4. Nos 1, 2: 284-295.
Antigha, N. R. B. and O. Babalola (2004). Effect of some soil physical properties on the infiltration rate of Egbeda soils of Ibadan in Oyo State of Nigeria. Tropical Journal of Environmental Research Vol. 5.
Imuk, E. A. and N. R. B. Antigha (2008). Scrimpy concepts in the management of Industrial Pollution in Niger Delta Region with regards to Oil and Gas Exploration and Production. Journal of Research in Agriculture JRA/2008/03. www.irdionline.com; [email protected]
Antigha, N. R. B. (2016). Infiltration, Degradation and Vulnerability Potential of Ikom soils in Cross River State, Nigeria. 40th Annual conference of Soil Science Society of Nigeria, 14th – 18th March 2016, University of Calabar, p.84.
Aki, E. E. and N. R. B. Antigha (2015). Some physical properties of Soils Overlying Limestone Parent Materials in South Eastern Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Soil Science 25:1-7.
Ogbaji, P. O., J. Li., N. R. B. Antigha and M. H. Hesam (2013). Irrigation suitability of Onwu River floodplain soils in Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Food, Agriculture of Environment Vol. II(2): 999-2013.

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