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Georgette Baaba Atakorah

Education
2006 M.A  (Environmental Science and Policy) Massachusetts, USA

2002 BA (Geography and Resource Development) Ghana

 

Email: gyarboi-quayson@st.ug.edu.gh

 

Research Focus: Urban Sprawl and its Consequences on Sustainability in Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolitan Area

Eugene Darko Tenkorang

Education

2014  MA  (Development Studies), Ghana
2008  BA  (Geography and resource Development), Ghana

Email: etdarko@st.ug.edu.gh

Research Focus: Smallholder farmers Adaptation to Climate Change and Variability.

Eric Kofi Doe

Education:

2006  Mphil   (Agricultural Economics), Ghana
2000  Bsc  (Agriculture Technology), Ghana

Email: ekdoe@st.ug.edu.gh

Franklin Bormann

Education:
2011 Mphil (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

2008 BA (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

Email: fakbormann@st.ug.edu.gh

Louis Frimpong Kusi

Education:

2012  BA  (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

 

Research Focus: Fear of crime in the Sekondi-Takoradi Metropolis – The role of the built environment and community social organization.

Sylvester Afram Boadi

Education:
2015  Mphil.   (Climate Change and Sustainability Development), Ghana
2012  BA  (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

Email: safram_boadi@st.ug.edu.gh

Jacob Doku Tetteh

Education:
2012 Msc (Petroleum Geoscience), Ghana
2010  Bsc (Geomatic Engineering), Ghana

 

Email: jdtetteh@st.ug.edu.gh

 

Research Focus: Water use types and qualities in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA)

Abubakari Abdallah

Education:
2013 MA (Democracy, Governance, Law and Development), Ghana
2001 BA (Economics and Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

 

Email: aabdallah003@st.ug.edu.gh

Research Focus: Stakeholders-Response to flooding in Accra: a search for synergies. 

Elvis Kyere-Gyeabour

Education
2014 Msc  (Environmental science; soil, water and biodiversity), Germany
2014 Msc  (Agriculture), Germany
2011 Bsc.  (Environmental Science), Ghana

Research Focus Urban transportation accessibility in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area.

Peter Mensah

Education:
2014 Mphil (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana
2011 BA (Geography and Resource Development), Ghana

 

Research Focus:  Mobility and Cultural change: Examining mobile urban residents and their contribution to changing trends and patterns of families in Accra, Ghana.

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