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Dr. Linus Beba Akeh


Geography and Environmental Science


Lecturer I


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About Dr. Linus Beba Akeh

Dr Linus Beba Akeh is a Lecturer in Department of Tourism Studies in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Calabar. He holds a Ph.D from the University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria (2015). Dr. Akeh has held positions of responsibility including Examnations Officer of Environmental Protection and Resource Management (2013-2015), Project Coordinator (2016-2018), Member Accreditation Committee, among others. He has over 12 publication to his credit in learned academic journals both locally and internationally and a member of Association of Nigerian Geograohers (ANG). He has participated in proffessional and learned academic conferences His current research is on travel geography, environmental management, livelihood studies, and social change.

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Obong,L.B.,Atsa,J.W.U & Abang,R.I. (2017). Impact of Tourism Development Drivers on Employments in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. World Environment Journal, 1(1) 12-23.
Aniah, E.J., Obong, L.B & Uttah, C. (2016). Urban Agriculture and Sustainable Livelihoods in Calabar, Nigeria. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives,5(2), 38-51.
Obong, L. B, Ajake, A. O., Aniah, E. J., Uttah, C. & Ukam, L. E. (2015). ‘Spatial Analysis of Tourism Attractions and Institutions for Regional Development in Southern Cross River State, Nigeria’. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 4(2). 70-91.
Okongor, G.N. & Obong, L.B (2013). ‘Impact of Rainfall Regime on Cocoa Production in nEtung Local Government Area, Cross River State - Nigeria’. Asian Journal of Agriculture and Food Science, 1(05)
Effiom, V. A. & Obong, L.B. (2013). Proliferation of hotels In Calabar Municipality: location, problems and prospects. Multi-Disciplinary Journal of Research and Development Perspectives, 2(1), 38-55.
Afangideh, A. I., Obong, L. B. & Robert, U. I. (2012) Assessment of Non-Government Organization’s Contribution to Environmental Awareness in Nigeria’. Global Journal of Human Social Sciences,12(11), 1-14.
Obong, L.B, Aniah, E. J, Okaba, L. A. & Effiom, V. (2012). Sustainable Livelihood in the Cross River National Park (CRNP) Oban, Nigeria. International Journal of Business and Social Studies,1(2) 98-117.
Obong, L.B, Effiom, V.A. & Okon, A. E. (2012). ‘The Impact of Marina Tourism Resort on the Livelihoods of Duke Town, Cross River State’. Nigerian Journal of Social and Development Issues,9(2) 1-12
Obong, L.B, Okey,S.M., Aniah, E. J., & Okaba, L. A.(2010). Strategies for School Environmental Management in Nigerian Secondary Schools: a Case of Calabar, Nigeria. International Education Studies. 3(1), Canadian Center of Science and Education, 196-205.
Bassey, J.B. & Obong, L.B. (2008). The Role of Non-Timber Forest Resource (NTFR) in Community Livelihoods: a Case Study of Okiro, Obudu Local Government Area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Research and Policies, 3(1), 98-105.
Aniah, E. J. & Obong, L.B. (2008). The Challenges of Waste Disposal in a Secondary City of Calabar Metropolis, Nigeria. LWATI, Swaziland. 5, 388-399.
Okaba, L. A.& Obong, L.B (2006). Environmental Science Infrastructure, a Veritable Tool for Scientific and Technological Breakthrough and National Development. Science exposition, Oju Journal of Science and Mathematics Education,1(1), 115-118.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
50th Annual National Conference of Association of Nigerian GeographersAnnual National Conference of Association of Nigerian Geographers. University of Calabar Hotel Conference 2008-08-252008-08-28
1st GES World Environment Day ConferenceWorld Environment Day Conference on Environment, Development and Sustainability, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria.2017-06-052018-07-05
2nd GES World Environment Day Conference World Environment Day Conference on Environment, Development and Sustainability, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria.2018-06-032018-06-05