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Details of Mr. AYAA KOJO ARMAH   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title LECTURER
Department UNIVERSITY OF GHANA
Institution
Address
University of Ghana, Department of Marine & Fisheries Sciences P. O Box LG 99
Legon - Accra
Ghana
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel 233244771707
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree M.PHIL (MARINE BIOLOGY) M.SC (COASTAL MANAGEMENT)
Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Technical Advice & Consulting
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities 1. Coastal Management 2. Marine benthic biodiversity 3. Marine pollution 4. Environmental Impact Assessment
Research Region WEST AFRICA- Gulf of Guinea
Skills/Expertise 1. Coastal Management 2. Marine benthic biodiversity 3. Marine pollution 4. Environmental Impact Assessment
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr. Ayaa ARMAH)

Armah, A.K., Diame, A., Adjonina, G and Kairo, J. (2009). The role and work of African Mangrove Network (AMN) in conservation and sustainable use of mangroves in Africa. Nature and Faune, Vol. 24, (1). 26-29. FAO
Lamptey, E and A. K. Armah (2008). Factors affecting macrobenthic fauna in a tropical hypersaline coastal lagoon in Ghana, West Africa. Estuaries and Coasts: 31 1006-1019
Arkaah, A.B., Kaminski, M., Ogle, N., Kalin, R.M., Atta-Peters, D., Apaalse, L., Wiafe, G., and Armah, A.K. (2006). Early paleogene climate and productivity of the eastern equatorial Atlantic, off the western coast of Ghana. Quaternary International 148: 3-7.
Sorensen, T.H. Volund, G., Armah, A. K., Christiansen, C., Jensen, L. B., and Pedersen, J. T. (2003). Temporal and Spatial Variations in Concentrations of Sediment nutrients and Carbon in the Keta Lagoon, Ghana. West African Journal of Applied Ecology. 4: 91-105.
Armah A.K (1999) Preliminary studies on the availability of three marine Intetidal Gastropods to biomonitoring of heavy metal pollution in Ghanaian Coastal water body. Journal of the Ghanaian Science Association 2(3), 129-132


Created: 2003-01-08 Last Updated: 2016-07-03 by Ayaa ARMAH