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Mr. Sijeh Agbor Asuk


Forestry & Wildlife Res. MGT.


Assistant Lecturer


[email protected]

About Mr. Sijeh Agbor Asuk

A dedicated, attentive and adaptable educator with over seven years of progressive experience in teaching statistics and sciences. Sijeh is passionate about educating young people, empathetic, with emotional intelligence and skilled in navigating difficult situations. Highly organized and independent with demonstrated ability to work effectively within fast-paced environments. Also, technically proficient in the use of statistical software such as R, QGIS, Microsoft Excel and other, while exhibiting exceptional leadership, communication, and interpersonal relationship. He is a tropical forest ecologist with a research focus on ecological service provisioning and their responses to changes in climatic and anthropogenic drivers. Sijeh is an Associate fellow of the Higher Education Academy, England; a fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management, England; a member of the British Ecological Society; a member of the European Geoscience Union; a member of International Society of Tropical Foresters, Nigerian chapter. He also had affiliations with the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research at the University of Birmingham, England

S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
First School Leaving Certificate (FSLC)Charles Walker Int’l Nur. & Pri. , Sch, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria19881996
West African Senior School CertificateFederal Government College Ikom - Nigeria20002003
B.Sc. (Forestry and Wildlife Resources Management)University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria 20052010
M.Sc. (Forest Biometrics) University of Calabar, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria20122016

S/N Publication
Asuk, S. A., Offiong, E. E., Ifebueme, N. M., et al. (2018). Species composition and diversity of mangrove swamp forest in southern Nigeria. Int J Avian & Wildlife Biol., 3(2), 159‒164.
Asuk, S. A., Ebu, V. T., & Ifebueme, N. M. (2018). Assessment of community-based ecotourism prospects in southern Nigeria: Case study of Iko Esai Community. International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research, 6(7), 111–121.
Ayuk, N. A., & Asuk, S. A. (2018). Perception of the Status of Iko-Esai Community Forest, Akamkpa Local Government, Cross River State, Nigeria. Advances in Research, 17(5), 1-10.
Bukie, J. O., Ebu, V. T., & Asuk, S. A. (2017). Effects of farming activities on the population of three sympatric species of Guenons in Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary, Cross River State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International, 10(3), 1-8.
Ogogo, A., Asuk, S., & Ikpeme, R. (2014). Evaluation of the Anti-poaching Programme of the Cross River State National Park Okwango Division, Nigeria 2002 to 2013. Open Journal of Forestry, 4, 507-511
Asuk, S. A., Offiong, E. E., Ifebueme, N. M., & Akpaso, E. (2018). Species composition and diversity of mangrove swamp forest in southern Nigeria. International Journal of Avian and Wildlife Biology, 3(2), 166-171.
David Abua Ogar, Sijeh Agbor Asuk and Iniabasi Umana(2016). Forest cover change in Stubb's Creek Forest Reserve Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture, 21(1):183-189
Asuk, S. A., Ogogo, A. U., Okeke, A. N., & Ebina, B. J. (2017). Nutrient content and palatability of captive bred and wild grasscutter meat. International Journal of Agriculture Policy and Research, 5(1), 12-17.

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
The Association of Deans of Agriculture in Nigeria Universities, University of BeninOgogo, A. U., Sijeh A.A., Arikpo E. O. (2017). The replacement of maize with cassava waste in the nutrition of Clarias gariepinus. 2017-07-032017-07-07
The Wildlife Society of Nigeria Annual Conference, AbeokutaOgogo, A. U., Sijeh A. A. and Bassey A.R. (2017). Physico-chemical properties of honey sold in Obudu and Obanliku Local Government Areas of Cross River State, Nigeria.2017-09-182017-09-21
The Wildlife Society of Nigeria Annual Conference, AbeokutaBukie, J. O., Ebu, V. T. and Asuk, S. A. (2017). Impact of Anthropogenic Activities on the Population of Guenons in Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary (AMWS) Cross River State, Nigeria. 2017-09-182017-09-21
School of Geography Earth and Environmental Science Doctoral Research Conference 2019, University of BirminghamAsuk, S., Kettridge, N., Sadler, J., Pugh, T., and Matthews, T. (2019). Population ecology and phenological responses of food-producing forest trees to climate change: implications for rural food security. 2019-05-082019-05-08
EGU General Assembly 2021, online, EGU21-8867,, S., Kettridge, N., Sadler, J., Pugh, T., Matthews, T., Ebu, V., and Ifebueme, N.: Does foraging impact tropical forest composition?, 2021-04-192021-04-30