Dr. Raphael Ayama OffiongDepartment
Geography and Environmental ScienceDesignation
Dr Raphael Offiong is Lecturer and environmental consultant. Dr Raphael Offiong has published well over 40 articles in reputable academic journals locally and internationally. He has carried out more than 80 environmental impact assessment (EIA, ESHIA, SESA, EA etc) studies across Nigeria. He is a biogeographer, biodiversity conservation expert, ecosystem restoration, community leader, academic counselor etc. Currently, he is the Chairman, Nigerian Environmental Society, Cross River State chapter, member Association of Nigeria Geographers, European Centre for Research Training and Development UK, International Society for Sustainable Development & Sustainability China. Further, he has attended several local and international conferences. On the other hand, He is a coordinating adjudicator in the Carnival Calabar. His core values are to: Deliver his responsibilities with high quality and on scheduled time period and also believes in team spirit and support when and where required.
|Afangideh, I. A., Ekpe, I. A. & Offiong, R. A. (2017). Spectral analysis of rainfall anomalies in Calabar, Southern Nigeria for the period 1912-2011 (100years). Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Perspective, 6(1); 1-8.|
|Offiong, R. A., Awara, A. I., & Ojo, G. U. (2017). Fallow genealogy and its relations to soil nutrient in part of the Cross River Rainforest, South-Southen Nigeria, 1(1); 26-37.|
|Ita, E. M., Ekpe, I. A., Offiong, R. A. & Umoh, N. E. (2015). Assessment of income poverty among farmers in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences, 6(8); 345-349.|
|Offiong, R. A., Umoh, N. E. Iwara, A. I. & Ekpe, I. A. (2015). Effect of secondary succession on the changes in soil physicochemical properties in the Cross River Rainforest, Nigeria. Journal of Emerging Trends in Economics and Management Sciences, 6(3); 209-213.|
|Offiong, V. E., Offiong, R. A. & Ekpe, I. A. (2014). Socio-Economic Characteristics of Property Owners and Level of Compliance with Building Regulations in Calabar, South-Southern Nigeria. International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education, 1(1); 26-32.|
|Offiong, R. A. & Eteng, O. E. (2014). Effect of urbanization on greenareas in Calabar metropolis. International Journal Environmental Science, 3(1); 71-75.|
|Offiong, R. A., Offiong, V. E. & Ekpe, I. A. (2014). Effects of land cover change on fresh water ecosystem in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria. International Journal of Physical and Human Geography, 2(1); 27-36.|
|Atu, J. E., Offiong, R. A. & Eja, E. I. (2013). Urban sprawl Effects on Biodiversity in Peripheral Agricultural Lands in Calabar, Nigeria. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 3(7); 219-231.|
|Atu, J. E. Offiong, R. A., Eni, D. I., Eja, E. I. & Esien, O. E. (2012). The effects of urban sprawl on peripheral agricultural lands in Calabar, Nigeria. International Review of Social Sciences and Humanities, 2(2); 68-76.|
|Njar, G. N., Iwara, A. I., Offiong, R. A. & Deekor, T. D. (2012). Assessment of heavy metal status of boreholes in Calabar South local government area, Cross River State, Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 5(1); 86-91.|
|Offiong, R. A. & Iwara, A. I. (2012). Quantifying the stock of soil organic carbon using multiple regression model in a fallow vegetation, Southern Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 5(2); 166â€“172.|
|Abua, M. A., Offiong, R. A., Iwara, A. I. & Ibor, U. W. (2010). Impact of newly constructed Roads on adjoining soil properties in Tinapa Resort, South-Eastern Nigeria Annals of Humanities and Development Studies, 1(1); 176-184|
|Offiong, R. A., Atu, J. E., Njar, G. N. & Iwara, A. I. (2009). Effects of Land Use Change on Soil Physico-Chemical Properties in a South-Southern Nigeria. .African Journal of environment, Pollution and Health, 7(2); 47-51.|
|Bisong, F. E., Andrew-Essien, E. E., Ambo, M. E., Offiong, R. & Okon, I. E. (2007). Cross River Estuary: Changing trends and resource utilization patterns. Global Journal of Environmental Sciences, 6(2); 79-87.|
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