Mr. Sijeh Agbor AsukDepartment
Forestry & Wildlife Res. MGT.Designation
Forestry professional with research interest in forest inventory, ecology, forest stand dynamics, rural livelihoods and climate change. I am proficient in inventory data computation and analysis, confident team player with excellent communication and interpersonal relationship skills. I seek to apply and further develop my skills and knowledge in tropical rainforest management, ecosystem service provisioning, species conservation and rural livelihood sustenance.
|James Oshita Bukie, Vincent Tawo Ebu and Sijeh Agbor Asuk(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.|
|Augustine Ogogo, Sijeh Asuk and Rebecca Ikpeme(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|
|Sijeh Agbor Asuk, Eric Erim Offiong, Nzube Michael Ifebueme and Emediong Akpaso(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|
|Sijeh Agbor Asuk, Augustine Ugar Ogogo, Angela Ngozi Okeke and Blessing James Ebina(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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|Association of Deans of Agriculture in Nigerian Universities||The replacement of maize with cassava waste in the nutrition of Clarias gariepinus A paper presented at the Association of Deans of Agriculture in Nigerian Universities, University of Benin||2017-07-03||2017-07-07|
|Wildlife Society of Nigeria||Physico-chemical properties of honey sold in Obudu and Obanliku Local Government Areas of Cross River State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the Wildlife Society of Nigeria Annual Conference, Abeokuta||2017-09-18||2017-09-21|
|Wildlife Society of Nigeria||Impact of Anthropogenic Activities on the Population of Guenons in Afi Mountain Wildlife Sanctuary(AMWS) Cross River State, Nigeria. A paper presented at the Wildlife Society of Nigeria Annual Conference, Abeokuta||2017-09-18||2017-09-21|