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Expert NameMr. Ibrahim Yerima
TitlePrincipal Technologist
DivisionDepartment of Biological Sciences
InstitutionUniversity of Maiduguri
Work ExperienceSand-dune stabilisation trial project as part of Centre for CAZS Unimaid and (NEAZDP) Linkage Project. Environmental protection project in a model village (Sabon Garin Nangere Yobe State) as part of CAZS unimaid and FEPA Linkage project on Drought and Desertification. Participant on the artisinal fisheries and sources of fuel of the Lake Chad, Dept. of Bio. Sc. Unimaid in collaboration with portsmouth University CEMARE. Participant on a workshop on Arid Agriculture organised by Israel through Feed Min. of Sc. And Tech. In collaboration with CAZS Unimaid. - Study on the survival values of sand-dune plants in Borno State, with the aim of identifying the adaptive features in the plants - Centre for arid-zone studies, University of Maiduguri and the north-east arid zone development project; sand dune stabilisation trial project using the pit-catchment method with the plant spineless prickly pear (Opuntia) in focus - Centre for arid zone studies, University of Maiduguri, M.Sc. sponso
QualificationsB.Sc., Honours, Botany, University of Maiduguri, 1982 Post Graduate Diploma, Biological Technology, Ibadan, 1992 M.Sc. Land Resources (Land Development) Bayero University, Kano, 1997
Number of Publications4
Other ActivitiesAssociate Member, Nigeria Institute of Science Technology
PublicationsYERIMA, I. The Study of sand-dune plants in Borno state (B.Sc. Thesis 1982 Unpublished) YERIMA, I. Effect of plant population density on growth & Dev. Of maize (Zea mays L.) in IBA. S.W NIG. (In Press (Accep. 28/10/99 Bio.R.Com. YERIMA, I. E.F.P. P. DEN. ON Y.OF. M(Zea mays. L.) In IBA.S.W. NIG. (In Press) Accept. In Jour. Of S & Mgt. Sci. vol. 2 No. 2 of 1998 p. not yet. YERIMA, I. E.OF.P. P. DEN. ON L.A.I. OF MAIZE(Zea mays L.) in IBA., South. WES. NIG. (In Press (Accep. 6/6/2000 in Bio Science Research Communication).
DisciplinePlant Science
Last updated10/05/2007 10:16:00

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