Mrs. Regina Ado AnohDepartment
Forestry & Wildlife Res. MGT.Designation
Mrs Regina Anoh obtained her first school leaving certificate from Esubana Nursery/Primary School, Calabar in 1996. She then proceeded to Holy Child Secondary School, Marian Hill, Calabar, where she equally obtained her senior school certificate in 2002. She gained admission to study Forestry and Wildlife, University of Calabar in 2005 and graduated in 2010. She was mobilized for the Nigeria Youth Service Corps where she served in Balyesa State. After her Service year, she gained admission once again for a Master's degree programme in the above-named University in 2013. Her main area of research is Forest Management and Economics. On completion of her post-graduate programme, she was employed as an Assistant Lecturer in 2017 in the Department of Forestry and Wildlife, University of Calabar, where she is still serving to date. She has published three articles in reputable peer-reviewed journals. She is a member of the Forestry Association of Nigeria. She is happily married.
|First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)||Esubana Nursery/ primary School Calabar||1992||1996 delete_forever|
|West African Senior School Certificate in Education (WASSCE)||Holy Child Secondary School, Marian Hill Calabar||1997||2002 delete_forever|
|Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)||University of Calabar, Nigeria||2005||2010 delete_forever|
|Master of Science (M.Sc.)||University of Calabar, Nigeria||2014||2017 delete_forever|
|Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)||University of Calabar, Nigeria||2019||0 delete_forever|
|Ebu, V. T., Anoh, R. A., Offiong, R. A., & Essoka, P. A. (2021). Survey of medicinal plants used in the treatment of Ailments of Utmost Native Importance in Cross River State, Nigeria, 11, 330-339|
|Alobi, A., Ogar, D., Anoh, R., & Ifebueme, N. (2020). Perception of Forest stakeholders on logging ban in Cross River State, Nigeria. Asian journal of research in Agriculture and Forestry, 5(1): 1-15|
|Anoh, R., Ogar, D., Alobi, A., & Ifebueme, N. (2019). Contributions of selected Non Timber Forest Products to the Socio-economic lives in Oban Hills Forest Reserve, Nigeria. Asian journal of research in Agriculture and Forestry, 4(1): 1-13|
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