OKOJIE, L.O:Conferences Attended

i. Okojie, L. O and E. I. Inah (2008) Agricultural Expansion Technology and Deforestation: Effects on Environmental Sustainability in Ogun State, Nigeria, Aiyedun et. Al (eds). Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists.

ii.  Okojie L. O. (2008) A Comparative Analysis of Resource Use Productivity in Taungya and Traditional Farming in Ogun State, Nigeria a(In Press) Journal of Tropical Agriculture, Vol. 10, Federal University of Technology, Yola, Nigeria.

iii. Okojie L. O. (2007) Rainforest Protection Preferences and Implication of Food Crop Production in Ogun State, Nigeria. (In Press) Journal of Tropical Agriculture, Vol. 10, Federal University of Technology, Yola, Nigeria.

iv. Okojie L. O. (2007) Socio-Economic and Environmental Attitudinal Determinants of Rainforest Protection of South-West, Nigeria: A logit Model Analysis Asset International Journal, Series C, Vol. 2, No. 1 University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Nigeria.
v. Okojie L. O. and I. I Ayinde (2004) Economics of Rabbit Production; On-Farm Research Approch. Nigeria Journal of Animal Production, Vol. 31, pp 230.235.
vi. Okojie, L. O (2001) Optimal Farm Planning in Food Crops Production for Food Security inOdeda Local Goveremnt Area Ogun State Nigeria, Olayemi et. al (eds) Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria.
vii. Okojie L. O. (2001) Potential of Remote Sensing and GIS in Environmental monitoring and Assessment. Olayemi et. al (eds) Proc. Of the Annual Conference of the Farm Management Association of Nigeria.
viii. Okojie L. O. (2001) Rural Poverty in Nigeria and its Implication on Biodiversity Conservation and Utilization for Sustainable Economic Development, L. O. Ojo (ed) Biennial proceedings of the Conference of the Ecological Society of Nigeria, pp 185 – 191.
ix. Okojie. L.O (2000) Ex-post Evaluation of Agro forestry System Investment in Plateau State, Nigeria . Journal of Tropical Forest Resources. Vol, 16 (1), pp 80 – 90.
x. Okojie. L.O. and E. I Inah (1999): Environmentally Friendly and Sustainable Vegetable Crops Production through Fadama Farming in Plateau State. Nigeria: An Econimic Analysis. African Scientist, Vol. (1), pp 41 – 47.
xi. Okojie, L.O. (1999): Urban Agriculture for food security and National Stability: An
Economic Analysis. Arts and Social Science Forum Journal, Vol. 1 (1), pp 66-
70
xii. Okojie, L.O. (1999): Deforestation and Environmental Instability: The Twin
Scourge of Economic Growth and Development Planning and Implementation in Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Forestry, Vol. 30 pp 50-58.
xiii. Okojie, L.O. (1997) Bush Burning and Termite Infestation: Implication for
Environmental Accounting in Nimbia forest Reserve. The Nigeria Journal of forestry, Vol 27 No. 2 July pp 37-39.
xiv. Okojie, L.O. (1987) Forest and Forest Industry in Environmentally Sound and
Sustainable Development: A Globa Outlook. Obiaga and Abu (eds)
Proceedings of the 25th Annual Conference of the Forestry Association of Nigeria, pp 56-64.
xv. Okojie, L.O. (1987) Appraised of the Taungya System in Sapoba Forest Reserve. Oguntala (ed.) Proceedings of 17th Annual Conference of the Forestry Association of Nigeria, pp 73-78.
Short Courses and Workshops Attended as follows:
xvi. (a) Certificate of Attendance – 2007: Maastritch School of Management, The Netherlands Organized Refresher Course on ”Management of Projects in Ghana and other Surrounding West Africa Countries” held at Accra, Ghana from 30 November – 9 December.
xvii. (b) Certificate of Attendance – 2007: ITC, The Netherlands/RECTAS/NSRDA/NEMA Organized Refresher Course on “Building Disaster Management Capacity in West Africa with Regionally Owned Satellites” held at RECTAS, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria from 15 – 26 October, 2007.
xviii. (c) Certificate of Attendance – 2006; Maastritch School of Management, The Netherlands/Institute of Rural Development Planning, Dodoma, Tanzania Organized Refresher Course on “Sustainable Development: Good Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility” held at Dodoma and Dar es Salaam,Tanzania from 2 – 14 July, 2006.
xix. (d) Certificate of Attendance -2005: ITC, The Netherlands/UNESCO-IHE/CGIS of the National University of Rwanda Organized Refresher Course on “Geo-informatics for Hydrological Modeling” held at Butare, Rwanda from 3 – 4 October.
xx. (e) Certificate of Attendance – 2004; ITC, The Netherlands/UCLAS, University of Dar es Salaam Organized Refresher Course on “Combating and Managing the Disaster of Forest Fires using Remote Sensing and GIS” held at UCLAS, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 4 – 15 October.
xxi. (f) Certificate of Attendance – 2004: ITC, The Netherlands/ UCLAS, University of Dar es Salaam Organized Refresher Course on “Active Sensors; Principles and Capabilities of providing Core Geo-Information” held at UCLAS, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 13 – 24 September.
xxii. (g) Workshop (2007): “The Use of Regionally Owned Space Infrastructure for Disaster Management in West and North Africa – Status Quo and Prospects” held at Rock View Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria from 15 – 16 October.

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