Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management

Faculty of Renewable Natural Resources

University for Development Studies

 

 

Full-time Staff

Dr. Akwasi Ampofo-Yeboah

Senior Lecturer / HoD / Departmental & Faculty Graduate Programmes Coordinator

 

Dr. Elliot Haruna Alhassan

Senior Lecturer/Dean, FNRE 

 

Mr. Emmanuel Delwin Abarike

Lecturer & Departmental Examinations Officer

 

Mr. Seth Mensah Abobi

Lecturer 

 

Mr. Daniel Nsoh Akongyuure

Lecturer & Departmental Seminar Coordinator

 

Sandra Akugpoka Atindana (Ms)

Lecturer & Coordinator of Student Research Programmes 

Background

The Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Management is made up of three units: aquaculture; hydro-biology; and fisheries. The department is located on the Nyankpala campus of the University for Development Studies. The department seeks to train the needed manpower to ensure that communities in the catchment areas get access to important sources of fish protein. The fishing industry plays an important role in livelihoods by reducing poverty and contributing to national development.

 

Aims

The department aims to produce graduates with an in‐depth understanding of the underlying principles related to aquaculture, aquatic ecology and fisheries research and extension capabilities. Trainees would be equipped with the skills in aquaculture production systems and engineering as well as fish farming to complement fish production from the ocean.

 

Vision Statement

To be a leading institution in teaching, research and community service in the areas of fisheries and aquatic resources and to ensure the sustainable management of these resources in Ghana and the world at large.

 

Mission Statement

To advance and promote knowledge and skills in the fields of aquaculture, aquatic ecology and fisheries for increased and sustainable fish production and utilization, and produce relevant graduates for sustainable renewable natural resources management through teaching, research, outreach/community service and consultancies in response to national, continental and international needs.

Units in the Department

  1. Fisheries: the unit deals with the ecology and biology of freshwater fishes; population dynamics and stock assessment of freshwater fish communities; fish distribution and migration; trophic position, growth and condition of key species; and fisheries resources and fishing communities management
  2. Aquaculture: the focus of the unit is on principles and practices of fish farming; fish seed production; fish nutrition and technology; fish diseases and parasites; engineering; genetics; and water quality assessment.
  3. Aquatic Ecology: the unit studies primary production of freshwater ecosystems (phytoplankton and chlorophyll a); ecology of aquatic organisms (macrobenthic invertebrates and zooplanktons); physico-chemical properties of freshwater ecosystems; impacts of pollution/eutrophication and environmental variability on aquatic resources dynamics; bio-monitoring of aquatic ecosystems; and trophic modelling of freshwater ecosystems.

Employment and Progression Opportunities

Graduates of this department can progress to the post-graduate level especially for MSc/MPhil and PhD programmes.  They can also serve as production managers of private and state owned fish farms. Others can work as academics in secondary schools, agriculture colleges and universities, and research scientists at CSIR-Water Research Institute. The Ministry of Fisheries & Aquaculture Development as well as the Fisheries Commission also offers employment opportunities.

 

Staff

  • Name : Dr. Elliot Haruna Alhassan

    Present Position : Senior Lecturer

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    Cell Phone : +233 (243) 567152

    EDUCATION

    • PhD in Fisheries Science, University of Ghana, Legon, 2013
    • MPhil in Fisheries Science, University of Ghana, Legon, 2007
    • BSc (Hons) in Agriculture Technology, University for Development Studies, Tamale, 2003
    • SSSCE, Tamale Secondary School, Tamale, 1997

     

    RESEARCH INTEREST

    • Limnology and plankton abundance in relation to fish production
    • Population dynamics and stock assessment of inland fisheries
    • Wetland ecology and conservation
    • Climate change and fisheries
    • Fish Farming
    • Fisheries socio-economics

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    1. Alhassan, E. H. (2015). Seasonal variations in phytoplankton diversity in the Bui dam area of the Black Volta in Ghana during the pre- and post-impoundment periods. Revista de Biologia Tropical (Int. J. Trop. Biol.) 63(1): 13-22. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15517/rbt.v63i1.14230.
    2. Abobi, S. M. and E. H. Alhassan (2015). A review of fisheries-related human migration in the Gulf of Guinea. Journal of Coastal Zone Management. 18(1): 1-7. doi: 10.4172/jczm.1000395.
    3. Nsor, C. A. and E. H. Alhassan (2015). Wetlands disturbance in Northern Region of Ghana: an indigenous conservation approach. Journal of Biology and Nature. 4 (2): 77-88.
    4. Alhassan E. H ., P. K. Ofori-Danson and F. K. E. Nunoo (2015). Physico-chemical characteristics of the Bui dam area of the Black Volta River, Ghana. Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 30(1B): 119-130.
    5. Alhassan E. H ., P. K. Ofori-Danson and J. Samman (2015). Ecological impact of river impoundment on zooplankton. Zoology and Ecology. 25(1): 1-7. doi: 10.1080/21658005.2015.1012322.
    6. Alhassan E. H ., D. N. Akongyuure and F. Asumang (2015). Determination of morphometric relationship and condition factors of four cichlids from Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. Online Journal of Biological Sciences. 15(3): 201-206. DOI: 10.3844/ojbsci.2015.201.206.
    7. Alhassan E. H ., P. K. Ofori-Danson and F. K. E. Nunoo (2015). Fish abundance and diversity during the pre- and post-impoundment periods of the Black Volta at Bui, Ghana. Journal of Applied Sciences Research. 11(5): 42-49.
    8. Abarike, E. D., E. H. Alhassan and P. E. Alipui (2015). Trading of the Volta clam, Galatea paradoxa in the Lower Volta Basin of Ghana. Elixir Aquaculture. 81: 31514-31518.
    9. Abobi, S. M., E. H. Alhassan and I. O. Asare (2015). Analysis of the Fecundity and Gonadal stages of African carp, Labeo senegalensis (Valenciennes, 1842) from the White Volta, Ghana. Elixir Applied Zoology. 79: 30438-30443.
    10. Abobi, S. M., A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2015). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diversity. 79: 30432-30437.
    11. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 45-51.
    12. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.
    13. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.
    14. Alhassan, E. H. , E. Aduri and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Frame survey and fish catch assessment of the Bontanga reservoir in Northern Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 4(6): 349-356.
    15. Abarike, E. D., C. F. Atsu and E. H. Alhassan (2014). Novel feed for fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies. 1(4): 25-29.
    16. Alhassan E. H ., Abobi, .S. M., Mensah, S., and Boti, F. (2014). The spawning pattern, length-weight relationship and condition factor of elephant fish, Mormyrus rume from the Bontanga reservoir, Ghana. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2(2): 109-114.
    17. Abobi, S. M., E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, A. Ampofo-Yehoah, S. A. Atindana and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Species composition and abundance of freshwater fishes from the lower reaches of the White Volta at Yapei, Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 4(4): 1 – 5.
    18. Abarike, E. D., A. E. Bagyoase, E. H. Alhassan, Z. A. Imoro and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). The potential of Shea leaves as feed for fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus in earthen ponds. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America. 5(1): 1 – 9.
    19. Boateng, V. F., E. H. Alhassan, Y. Saahene, E. Nensom and E. D. Abarike (2013). Profitability analysis of all-male Tilapia farming in Sekyere South and Bosomtwe Districts of Ashanti Region. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America. 4(5): 568 - 575.
    20. Akuffo, I., S J. Cobbina, E. H. Alhassan and M. Nkoom (2013). Assessment of the quality of water before and after storage in the Nyankpala community of the Tolon-Kumbungu District, Ghana. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research. 2(2): 221 – 227.
    21. Alhassan, E. H. , V. F. Boateng and C. Ndaigo (2012). Smoked and frozen fish consumption and marketing channels in the Tamale Metropolis. Ghana Journal of Development Studies. 9(1): 20 – 29.
    22. Alhassan, E. H ., E. D. Abarike and C. L. Ayisi (2012). Effects of stocking density on the growth and survival of Oreochromis niloticus cultured in hapas in a concrete tank. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 7(15): 2405-2411.
    23. Abarike, E. D., F. Y. K. Attippoe, and E. H. Alhassan (2012). Effects of feeding fry of Oreochromis niloticus on different agro-industrial by-products. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture. 4(8): 178-185.
    24. Alhassan, E. H. (2011). Limnological evaluation of the fisheries potentials of a Ghanaian reservoir. Journal of Applied Sciences Research. 7(2): 91-97.
    25. Alhassan, E. H. and A. K. Armah (2011). Population dynamics of the African River Prawn, Macrobrachium vollenhovenii in the Dawhenya impoundment. Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 11(1): 113 - 119. DOI:10.4194/trjfas.2010.0115.
    26. Alhassan, E. H. and M. Ansu-Darko (2011). Food and feeding habits of a Potential Aquaculture candidate, the Black Nile catfish, Bagrus bajad in the Golinga reservoir. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 5(5): 354-359.
    27. Alhassan, E. H ., A. Commey and T. B. Bayorbor (2011). An Investigation into the Food and feeding habits of Sarotherodon galilaeus (Pisces: Cichlidae) in a shallow Tropical reservoir. Research Journal of Fisheries and Hydrobiology. 6(2): 74-77.
    28. Alhassan, E. H. , A. K. Armah and S. D. Ababio (2010). Spawning, fecundity and recruitment pattern of the African river prawn in the Dawhenya impoundment. Development Spectrum. 3(1): 67 – 74.
    29. Alhassan, E. H. , A. K. Armah and S. D. Ababio (2009). Aspects of the ecology of two commercially important freshwater prawns occurring in the Dawhenya impoundment, Ghana. International Journal of Sustainable Development. 2(6): 61 – 67.
    30. Alhassan, E. H. , A. K. Armah and S. D. Ababio (2009). Food habits and diel feeding pattern of Macrobrachium vollenhovenii (Crustacea, Palaemonidae) in the Dawhenya impoundment, Ghana. International Journal of Biological Science. 1(2): 91 – 94.

    SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

    • 1. Abobi, S. M., K. I. Ansong, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Comparative study of the growth, mortality and exploitation rates of Schilbe mystus (Linnaeus, 1758) from the Black Volta (Buipe) and White Volta (Yapei). 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).
    • 2. Ampofo-Yeboah, A., F. Adjei, A. Yeboah and E. H. Alhassan (2015). The effects of varying broodstock pairing ratio in induced spawning on the hatchability of catfish (Clarias gariepinus) eggs. 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).
    • 3. Akongyuure, D. N., E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M. A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias gariepinus in Northern Ghana. 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6 th August 2015. (Oral).
    • 4. Alhassan, E. H. and C. N. Ayine (2014). Indigenous conservation approach to Inland wetlands of Northern Ghana. The Fifth International Partnership for the Satoyama Initiative (IPSI) Global Conference (IPSI-5). Room 3, Hall G. The Alpensia Convention Centre, Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea, 4th-5 th October. (Oral)
    • 5. Alhassan, E. H ., F. Asumang, D. N. Akongyuure, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, , E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Growth and exploitation of two major cichlids in Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral)
    • 6. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Fishing Gear and Fish catch Assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral)
    • 7. Abarike, E. D., E. Amenyogbe, E. H., Alhassan, D. N. Akongyuure, S. A. Atindana, A. Ampofo-Yehoah, and S. M. Abobi (2014). Nutritional composition of Thalia dealbata in Banka dam in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana. 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20th – 22 nd August. (Oral)

    Name : Dr. Akwasi Ampofo-Yeboah

    Present Position : Senior Lecturer

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    Cell Phone : +233 (24) 472-5958

    EDUCATION

    • PhD in Aquaculture, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2013
    • MPhil in Aquatic Biology (Fisheries & Aquaculture), University of Cape Coast, 2000
    • BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences, Kwame Nkrumah University of Sci. & Tech, Kumasi, Ghana, 1994
    • GCE-A Level, Kumasi Academy, Kumasi, Ghana, 1988
    • GCE – O Level, Konongo-Odumasi Sec. Sch., Odumasi, Ashanti-Akim, Ghana, 1984

    RESEARCH INTEREST / AREA

    • Aquaculture and Fishery Management
    • Genetic Resources for use in Aquaculture, Fishery and Conservation
    • Fish Biology (Reproduction and Feeding)
    • Culture-based Fisheries in Reservoirs (Dugouts and Small Water Bodies)
    • Limnology of Reservoirs
    • Wetland and Watershed Management
    • Environmental Impact Assessment and Aquatic Weeds Control
    • Water-Related Diseases Associated with Reservoirs
    • Use of Phytomedicine / Phytochemicals / Phytoestrogens in Aquaculture

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    1. Abobi, S. M., Ampofo-Yeboah, A., Kpodonu, T. A., Alhassan, E. H., Abarike, E. D., Atindana, S. A., Akongyuure, D. N., Konadu, V. and Twumasi, F. (2015). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diversity. 79: 30432-30437.

    2. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 34-43.

    3. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.

    4. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.

    5. Ampofo-Yeboah , A., Brink, D. and Lambrechts, H. (2014) Effect of Pawpaw Seed Enriched Meals on Histology of Gonads in Mozambique Tilapia ( Oreochromis mossambicus). Journal of Ghana Science Association. 15 (2): 8-20.

    6. Owusu- Frimpong, M., Ampofo-Yeboah, A. and Abache, G., (2014). Breeding and Evaluation of Tilapia guineensis (Cichlidae) for Biological Mosquito Control in the Field: Implication for Malaria Intervention. Journal of Ghana Science Association. 15 (2): 1-7.

    7. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. and Owusu-Frimpong, M. (2014). The Fishery of the Freshwater Oyster Etheria elliptica (Etheriidae) in Northern Ghana: Its Distribution and Economic Importance. Journal of Agriculture and Sustainability. 5(2): 211-220.

    8. Ampofo-Yeboah , A., H. Lambrechts, H., Brink, D., Hiten, F. and Afriyie-Gyawu, E (2013). Analysis of Oleanolic Acid and Ursolic Acid, Potential Antifertility Agents in Moringa (Moringa oleifera) Seed. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology 3: 989-999.


    SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES
    • 1. Ampofo-Yeboah, A ., F. Adjei, A. Yeboah and E. H. Alhassan (2015). The effects of varying broodstock pairing ratio in induced spawning on the hatchability of catfish ( Clarias gariepinus) eggs. In: Proceedings of the 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).
    • 2. Akongyuure, D. N., E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M. A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias gariepinus in Northern Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4 th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).
    • 3. Ampofo-Yeboah, A ., Quarcoo, G., Annan, J. E., Abobi, S. M., Alhassan, E. H., Atindana, S. A., Abarike, E. D. and Akongyuure, D. N. (2014). Microbial analysis of grilled Tilapia fish and their processing practices in the Tamale Central Sub-Metro of Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. In: Proceedings of UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September, 2014. (Oral).
    • 4. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. and Owusu-Frimpong, M. The Effect of Pawpaw Seed Meal and Moringa Seed Meal on Ovarian Development and Egg Viability in Sexually Immature Mozambique Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus). In: Proceedings of the 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20th – 22nd August, 2014. (Oral).
    • 5. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. and Owusu-Frimpong, M. The Synergistic Effect of Pawpaw and Moringa Seed Meal on The Gonadal Activity of Sexually Mature Mozambique Tilapia ( Oreochromis mossambicus). In: Proceedings of the 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20th – 22nd August, 2014. (Oral).
    • 6. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. , Lambrechts, H. and Brink, D: Antifertility Potential of Moringa Seed Meal and Pawpaw Seed Meal on Suppression of Gonadal Development in Sexually Immature Mozambique Tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus). In: Proceedings of the World Aquaculture Society Annual Conference Aquaculture 2014, June 7 – 14, 2013, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. (Oral).
    • 7. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. , Lambrechts, H. and Brink, D: Detection of Oleanolic Acid a Potential Antifertility Agent in Moringa (Moringa oleifera) Seed. In: Proceedings of the World Aquaculture Society Annual Conference Aquaculture 2014, June 7 – 14, 2013, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia. (Oral).
    • 8. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. , Brink, D and Lambrechts, H: The effect of Moringa seed meal on gonadal development and integrity of sexually immature Mozambique tilapia ( Oreochromis mossambicus). In: Proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Tilapia Aquaculture, 6th-10th October 2013; Crowne Plaza Hotel, Jerusalem, Israel. (Oral).
    • 9. Ampofo-Yeboah, A ., Lambrechts, H. and Brink, D: The effect of Pawpaw seed meal and Moringa seed meal on the sexual differentiation of Mozambique tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) fry. In: Proceedings of the 11th Aquaculture Conference 2013, 9-13 September 2013, Stellenbosch, South Africa. Organized by Aquaculture Association of Southern Africa. (Oral).
    • 10. Ampofo-Yeboah, A. , Brink, D and Lambrechts, H.: The Effect of Moringa Seed Powder Moringa Oleifera on Gonadal Integrity of Mozambique Tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus. In: Proceedings of the World Aquaculture Society Annual Conference Aquaculture 2013, February 21-25, 2013, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. (Poster).

Name : Emmanuel Delwin Abarike

Present Position : Lecturer

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Cell Phone : +233200288911

 

EDUCATION

  • MPhil in Aquaculture, University of Cape Coast, 2011

  • BSc (Hons) in Agriculture Technology, University for Development Studies, Tamale, 2007

  • SSSCE, Navrongo Secondary School, Navrongo, 2002

AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST

  • Principles of aquaculture

  • Aquaculture Nutrition

  • Water quality

  • Fish seed production

  • Fish Diseases and Pathology

  • Economics of Aquaculture

CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Fish nutrition
  • Water quality assessment
  • Aquaculture and rural development
  • Nurturing interest in fish genetics

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  1. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.

  2. Abarike, E. D. , E.H. Alhassan and P.E. Alipui (2015) Trading in the Volta clam, Galatea paradoxa in the Lower Volta Basin of Ghana. Elixir Aquaculture. 81: 31514-31518

  3. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 34-43.

  4. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.

  5. Akongyuure, D.N., Agbeko, E. and Abarike, E.D. (2015). Preliminary study on growth of mixed sex Nile tilapia (Akosombo strain) in a reservoir-based fish cage in Ghana. International Journal of Farming & Allied Sciences 4 (1): 13-18.

  6. Abobi S.M, Ampofo-Yehoah, Kpodonu T., Alhassan E.H, Abarike E.D, Atindaana S.A, Akongyuure D.N, Konadu and Twumasi (2015) Socio-Ecological Importance of Aquatic Macrophytes to Some Fishing Communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diver. 79: 30432-30437

  7. Abarike, E.D., C. F. Atsu, E.H. Alhassan (2014) Novel feed for fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus. International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies 1(4): 25-29

  8. Abarike, E. D ., Bagyoase, A. E. Alhassan, E. H. Imoro, Z. A. and Akongyuure, D. N. (2014). Potential of Shea leaves as feed for fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus in earthen ponds. Agriculture & Biology Journal of North America 5 (1): 1-9.

  9. Abobi, S.M., Alhassan, E.H., Abarike, D.E., Ampofo-Yehoah, A., Atindana, S,and Akongyuure, D.N. (2014). Species composition and abundance of freshwater fishes from the lower reaches of the White Volta at Yapei, Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 4(4): 1-5.

  10. Boateng, V.F., Alhassan, E.H., Saahene, Y., Nensom, E. and Abarike, E.D. (2013). Profitability Analysis of all-male Tilapia Farming in Sekyere South and Bosomtwe Districts of Ashanti Region. Agriculture & Biology Journal of North America.4(5): 568-575

  11. Abarike, E.D., Obodai, E.A. and Attipoe, F.Y.K (2013) Growth and economic performance of fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus fed on different non- conventional feeds in out-door hapas at Akosombo in Ghana. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 8 (26): 3384-3391

  12. Abarike , E.D., Attipoe, F.Y.K., and Alhassan, E.H. (2012). Effects of feeding fry of Oreochromis niloticus on different agro-industrial by-products. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture. 4(8): 178-185

  13. Alhassan, E.H., Abarike, E.D. and Ayisi, C.L. (2012). Effects of stocking density on the growth and survival of Oreochromis niloticus cultured in hapas in a concrete tank. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 7(15): 2405-2411

SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

  1. Abobi, S. M., K. I. Ansong, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Comparative study of the growth, mortality and exploitation rates of Schilbe mystus (Linnaeus, 1758) from the Black Volta (Buipe) and White Volta (Yapei). 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).

  2. Akongyuure, D. N., E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M. A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias gariepinus in Northern Ghana. 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6 th August 2015. (Oral).

  3. Alhassan, E. H., F. Asumang, D. N. Akongyuure, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, , E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Growth and exploitation of two major cichlids in Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

  4. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Impact of the Bui Dam on Lucene and Agbegikuro Communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

  5. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Fishing Gear and Fish catch Assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4 th September. (Oral).

  6. Abobi, S. M., A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2014). Socio-Ecological Importance of Aquatic Macrophytes to Some Fishing Communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4 th September. (Oral).

  7. Ampofo-Yeboah, A., G. Quarcoo, J. E. Annan, S. M. Abobi, E. H. Alhassan, S. A. Atindaana, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Microbial analysis of grilled Tilapia fish and their processing practices in the Tamale Central Sub-Metro of Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

  8. Abarike E. D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindaana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Exploring the Nutrient Potential Of Nymphaea Alba (Water Lilly), For Use As Feed: A Case Study of Banka Dam in the Tolon District Of The Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3 rd – 4th September. (Oral).

 

 

 

Name : Seth Mensah Abobi

 

Present Position : Lecturer

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Cell Phone : +233203501787

 

EDUCATION

  • MSc. in Aquatic Ecology, Universität Bremen, Germany, 2012
  • BSc (Hons) in Agriculture Technology, University for Development Studies, Tamale, 2007
  • SSSCE, Juaso Secondary Technical School, Juaso, 2002

TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Teaching, conducting and supervising research in the following areas:
  • Fisheries biology and management
  • Population dynamics and stock assessment
  • Ecological modelling
  • Limnology
  • Watershed management

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Abobi, S. M . and E. H. Alhassan (2015). A review of fisheries-related human migration in the Gulf of Guinea. Journal of Coastal Zone Management. 18(1): 1-7. doi: 10.4172/jczm.1000395.

2. Abobi, S. M. , E. H. Alhassan and I. O. Asare (2015). Analysis of the Fecundity and Gonadal stages of African carp, Labeo senegalensis (Valenciennes, 1842) from the White Volta, Ghana. Elixir Applied Zoology. 79: 30438-30443.

3. Abobi, S. M. , A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2015). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diversity. 79: 30432-30437.

4. Baidoo, K., Abobi, S.M., Agbeko, E. (2015). Ecto-parasites Infestation of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in Concrete Ponds in Tamale, Ghana. International Journal of Aquaculture. 5(4): 1-5. (doi: 10.5376/ija.2015.05.0004)

5. Abobi, S.M. (2015). Weight-Length Models and Relative Condition Factors of Nine (9) freshwaterfish species from the Yapei Stretch of the White Volta, Ghana. Elixir Applied Zoology. 79:30427-30431.

6. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 34-43.

7. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.

8. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.

9. Abobi, S.M. , Alhassan, E.H., Abarike, D.E., Ampofo-Yehoah, A., Atindana, S,and Akongyuure, D.N. (2014). Species composition and abundance of freshwater fishes from the lower reaches of the White Volta at Yapei, Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences. 4(4): 1-5.

10. Alhassan, E.H., Abobi, S.M., Mensah, S., and Boti F. (2014). The spawning pattern, length-weight relationship and condition factor of elephant fish, Mormyrus rume from the Bontanga reservoir, Ghana. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 2(2): 109-114.

11. Abobi, S.M. , Ekau, W.,Wolff, M., Blay, J. and Campion, B.B. (2013). Catch Per Unit Effort (CPUE) and Water Level Variations in the Lower Reaches of the White Volta River (Yapei), Ghana. African Journal of Agricultural Research. 8(23): 2870-2876.

12. Abobi, S.M. and Ekau, W. (2013). Length-Weight Relationships and Condition Factors of Alestes baremoze, Brycinus nurse and Schilbe intermedius from the Lower Reaches of White Volta River (Yapei), Ghana. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture. 5(6): 152-165.

13. Abobi, S.M. and Ekau, W. (2013). Growth, Mortalities and Exploitation Rates of Alestes baremoze (Joannis, 1835), Brycinus nurse (Rüppell, 1832) and Schilbe intermedius (Rüppell 1832) from the lower reaches of the White Volta River (Yapei), Ghana. Journal of Agriculture and Biodiversity Research. 2(1):1-10.

SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

1. Abobi, S.M. , K.I Ansong, E.H. Alhassan, D.E. Abarike, and D.N. Akongyuure (2015). Comparative study of the growth, mortality and exploitation rate of Schilbe mystus (Linnaeus, 1758) from Black Volta (Buipe) and White Volta (Yapei). In: Proceedings of 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at the University for Development Studies, Tamale Campus 3rd – 7th August. (Oral).

2. Akongyuure, D. N., E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M.A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Claras gariepinus in Northern Ghana. In: Proceedings of 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at the University for Development Studies, Tamale Campus 3 rd – 7th August. (Oral).

3. Abobi, S. M. , A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2014). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana.In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

4. Ampofo-Yeboah, A., G. Quarcoo, J. E. Annan, S. M. Abobi, E. H. Alhassan, S. A. Atindaana, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2014).Microbial analysis of grilled Tilapia fish and their processing practices in the Tamale Central Sub-Metro of Tamale Metropolis, Ghana.In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4 th September. (Oral).

5. Alhassan, E. H., F. Asumang, D. N. Akongyuure, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, , E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Growth and exploitation of two major cichlids in Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

6. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Impact of the Bui Dam on Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana.In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

7. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike,

S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014).Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana.In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4 th September. (Oral).

8. Abarike E. D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindaana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2014).Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea Alba (Water Lilly), for use as feed: A Case Study of Banka Dam in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3 rd – 4th September. (Oral).

9. Imoro A.Z., S. M. Abobi and P. A. Obeng (2014). An assessment of the effects of park animals’ activities on water quality of the Dam 1 at Mole National Park, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

 

Name : Daniel Nsoh Akongyuure

Present Position : Lecturer

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Cell Phone : +233240494916

EDUCATION

  • MPhil in Fisheries Science, University of Ghana, Legon, 2010
  • BSc (Hons) in Agriculture Technology, University for Development Studies, Tamale, 2005
  • SSSCE, Navrongo Secondary School, Navrongo, 2000

 RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Fishing gears and gear selectivity
  • Fish stock assessment
  • Enhancement of fish production in small water bodies
  • Cage culture of freshwater fish species

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.

2. Akongyuure, D. N., E. Agbeko and E. D. Abarike (2015). Preliminary study on growth of mixed sex Nile tilapia (Akosombo strain) in a reservoir-based fish cage in Ghana. International Journal of Farming & Allied Sciences 4(1): 13-18.

3. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 34-43.

4. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.

5. Abobi, S. M., A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2015). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diversity, 79: 30432-30437.

6. Alhassan, E. A., E. Aduri and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Frame survey and fish catch assessment of the Bontanga reservoir in Northern Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity & Environmental Science, 4(6): 349-356.

7. Agbeko, E., K. Kwarfo-Apegyah and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Optimization of dugout fisheries for climate change adaptation in Northern Region, Ghana. Journal of Energy & Natural Resources Management, 1(1): 63-68.

8. Abarike, E. D., A. E. Bagyoase, E. H. Alhassan, Z. A. Imoro, and D. A. Akongyuure (2014). Potential of Shea leaves as feed for fingerlings of Oreochromis niloticus in earthen ponds. Agriculture & Biology Journal of North America, 5(1): 1-9.

9. Abobi, S. M., E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, A. Ampofo-Yehoah, S. A. Atindana and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Species composition and abundance of freshwater fishes from the lower reaches of the White Volta at Yapei, Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity & Environmental Science, 4(4): 1-5.

10. Akongyuure, D. N ., P. K. Ofori-Danson and F. K. E. Nunoo (2012). Selectivity and fish catches of gillnets in Stratum VII (Yeji Sector) of Lake Volta for sustainable management. International Journal of Fisheries & Aquaculture, 4(3): 41-54.

SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

1. Akongyuure, D. N. , E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M. A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Clarias gariepinus in Northern Ghana. 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).

2. Akongyuure, D. N ., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

3. Abobi, S. M., K. I. Ansong, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Comparative study of the growth, mortality and exploitation rates of Schilbe mystus (Linnaeus, 1758) from the Black Volta (Buipe) and White Volta (Yapei). 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at Chief Andani Andan Auditorium, UDS, Tamale campus 4th – 6th August 2015. (Oral).

4. Alhassan, E. H., F. Asumang, D. N. Akongyuure, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Growth and exploitation of two major cichlids in Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

5. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Impact of the Bui Dam on Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

6. Ampofo-Yeboah, A., G. Quarcoo, J. E. Annan, S. M. Abobi, E. H. Alhassan, S. A. Atindana, E. A. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Microbial analysis of grilled Tilapia fish and their processing practices in the Tamale Central Sub-Metro of Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September.(Oral)

7. Abarike, E. D., E. Amenyogbe, E. H. Alhassan, D. N. Akongyuure, S. A. Atindana, A. Ampofo-Yehoah and S. M. Abobi (2014). Nutritional composition of Thalia dealbata in Banka dam in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20 th – 22nd August. (Oral).

 

 

Name : Sandra Akugpoka Atindana

Present Position : Lecturer

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Cell Phone : +233 - (0) 24 077- 9262 / (0) 20 516 - 3280

 

EDUCATION

  • MPhil in Oceanography and Limnology, University of Cape Coast, 2013
  • BSc (Hons) in Agriculture Technology, University for Development Studies, Tamale, 2008
  • SSSCE, Navrongo Secondary School, Navrongo, 1999

AREAS OF TEACHING INTEREST

  • Aquatic ecology.
  • Limnology of lentic and lotic systems.
  • Fisheries biology.
  • Aquatic pollution.

RESEARCH INTEREST

  • Eutrophication and pollution of aquatic ecosystems: Bio monitoring of aquatic ecosystems. Water quality assessment and the use of benthic macro invertebrates as key indicators.
  • Growth patterns and aspects of reproductive biology of freshwater fish.
  • Ecological health of freshwater and brackish systems.
  • Socio - economic dynamics of fishing communities. The role of fishermen, women, government, organized groups in sustainable fishing. Sustainable fishing practices and methods, poverty alleviation strategies and livelihood ventures in fishing industries.
  • Food and feeding habits of fresh and brackish water fish.

 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

1. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, D. N. Akongyuure and E. D. Abarike (2015). The socio-economic impact of Bui dam on resettled communities: a case study of Lucene and Agbegikuro communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 34-43.

2. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2015). Fishing gear and fish catch assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 31-44.

3. Abarike, E.D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2015). Exploring the nutrient potential of Nymphaea alba (water lilly) for use as livestock feed. UDS International Journal of Development. 2(1): 1-11.

4. Abobi, S. M., A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2015). Socio-ecological importance of aquatic macrophytes to some fishing communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. Elixir Bio Diversity. 79: 30432-30437.

5. Abobi, S. M., E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, A. Ampofo-Yehoah, S. A. Atindana and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Species composition and abundance of freshwater fishes from the lower reaches of the White Volta at Yapei, Ghana. Journal of Biodiversity & Environmental Science 4(4): 1-5.

SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

1. Akongyuure, D. N., E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, M.A. Adakpeya, D. Atujona, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah and S. M. Abobi (2015). Chemical composition and sensory evaluation of wild and cultured Oreochromis niloticus and Claras gariepinus in Northern Ghana. In: Proceedings of 29th Biennial Conference of the Ghana Science Association held at the University for Development Studies, Tamale Campus 3rd – 7th August. (Oral).

2. Alhassan, E. H., F. Asumang, D. N. Akongyuure, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, , E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Growth and exploitation of two major cichlids in Golinga reservoir in Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

3. Atindana, S. A., P. Mensah, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Impact of the Bui Dam on Lucene and Agbegikuro Communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

4. Akongyuure, D. N., S. Ayiku, E. H. Alhassan, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, E. D. Abarike, S. M. Abobi and S. A. Atindana (2014). Fishing Gear and Fish catch Assessment along the Oti River at Agbasakope in Krachi East District of Volta Region, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3 rd – 4th September. (Oral).

5. Abobi, S. M., A. Ampofo-Yeboah, T. A. Kpodonu, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, S. A. Atindana, D. N. Akongyuure, V. Konadu and F. Twumasi (2014). Socio-Ecological Importance of Aquatic Macrophytes to Some Fishing Communities in the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4 th September. (Oral).

6. Ampofo-Yeboah, A., G. Quarcoo, J. E. Annan, S. M. Abobi, E. H. Alhassan, S. A. Atindaana, E. D. Abarike and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Microbial analysis of grilled Tilapia fish and their processing practices in the Tamale Central Sub-Metro of Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

7. Abarike E. D., E. Amenyogbe, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, S. M. Abobi, S. A. Atindaana, E. H. Alhassan and D. N. Akongyuure (2014). Exploring the Nutrient Potential Of Nymphaea Alba (Water Lilly), For Use As Feed: A Case Study of Banka Dam in the Tolon District Of The Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 2014 UDS Annual Interdisciplinary Conference held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 3rd – 4th September. (Oral).

8. Abarike, E. D., E. Amenyogbe, E. H., Alhassan, D. N. Akongyuure, S. A. Atindana, A. Ampofo-Yehoah, and S. M. Abobi (2014). Nutritional composition of Thalia dealbata in Banka dam in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20 th – 22nd August. (Oral).

9. Atindana, S. A., R. Bulley, E. H. Alhassan, E. D. Abarike, A. Ampofo-Yeboah, D. N. Akongyuure and S. M. Abobi (2014). Stomach content analyses of Hemichromis fasciatus and Tilapia zillii in the Golinga reservoir in the Tolon District of the Northern Region of Ghana. In: Proceedings of the 32nd Biennial Conference of the Ghana Animal Science Association held at the UDS International Conference Centre, Tamale campus 20th – 22nd August. (Oral).

 

Name : Alice Naab

Present Position : Senior Administrative Assistant

Educational qualification

  • 2009-2011: University of Cape Coast (BMS)
  • 2005-2008: Tamale Polytechnic (HND)

Contact Information

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