DR. SHOMKEGH SIMON ALYEGBA's open resources


PALM WINE TAPPING METHODS AMONG IDOMA AND TIV ETHNIC GROUPS OF BENUE STATE, NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS ON CONSERVATION OF PALM TREES (Elaeis guineensis)

By Shomkegh S. A., Onuche, P., et al

PALM WINE TAPPING METHODS AMONG IDOMA AND TIV ETHNIC GROUPS OF BENUE STATE, NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS ON CONSERVATION OF PALM TREES (Elaeis guineensis)

Published: 21/04/2012

Tags: Palm trees, palm trees tapping methods, inflorescent flower, terminal budding

Size: 92.91KB

INVENTORY OF SOME ENVIRONMENTAL COMPONENTS IN THE TERRESTRIAL AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS OF THE INTEGRATED WASTE TREATMENT FACILITY MAKURDI BENUE STATE, NIGERIA.

By Shomkegh, S.a., and Oluma, H.o.a.

INVENTORY OF SOME ENVIRONMENTAL COMPONENTS IN THE TERRESTRIAL AND AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS OF THE INTEGRATED WASTE TREATMENT FACILITY MAKURDI BENUE STATE, NIGERIA.

Published: 17/09/2010

Size: 209.44KB

Community Perception towards Forest Resources Management in Afi and Mbe Mountains, Cross River State

By Shomkegh, S.a., Adaje, P.o., et al

Community Perception towards Forest Resources Management in Afi and Mbe Mountains, Cross River State

Published: 21/08/2017

Tags: Community perception, Forest resources management, Adjourning communities, Afi and Mbe mountains

Size: 305.47KB

Ethnobotanical Survey of Edible Wild Plants in Tiv Communities of Benue State, Nigeria

By Shomkegh, Simon Alyegba, Mbakwe Roy, et al

Ethnobotanical Survey of Edible Wild Plants in Tiv Communities of Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 18/07/2013

Tags: Ethnobotanical survey, Edible wild plants, Use categories, Browse plants, Tiv communities

Size: 384.43KB

Ethnobotanical Survey of Wild Plants Utilized for Craft Making and Local Construction among the Tiv People of Benue State, Nigeria

By S. A. Shomkegh, R.mbakwe, et al

Ethnobotanical Survey of Wild Plants Utilized for Craft Making and Local Construction among the Tiv People of Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 05/10/2016

Tags: Ethnobotanical survey; wild plants; craft making; local construction; Tiv people

Size: 147.93KB

Uses and Relative Abundance of Non-Timber Forest Plants in Farmlands of Selected Tiv Communities in Benue State, Nigeria

By Shomkegh Simon Alyegba, Mbakwe Roy, et al

Uses and Relative Abundance of Non-Timber Forest Plants in Farmlands of Selected Tiv Communities in Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 03/06/2016

Tags: Non-timber forest products; farmlands; Tiv communities; relative abundance; parkland agroforestry

Size: 326.78KB

Utilization of Wild Plants for Medicinal Purposes in Selected Tiv Communities of Benue State, Nigeria: An Ethnobotanical Approach

By S. A. Shomkegh, R. Mbakwe, et al

Utilization of Wild Plants for Medicinal Purposes in Selected Tiv Communities of Benue State, Nigeria: An Ethnobotanical Approach

Published: 05/05/2018

Tags: Medicinal plants; utilization; Tiv communities; ethnobotany

Size: 252.17KB

Assessment of Community Participation in Forest Resources Management In Afi And Mbe Mountains, Cross River State, Nigeria

By Shomkegh, S. A., Adaje, P. O., et al

Assessment of Community Participation in Forest Resources Management In Afi And Mbe Mountains, Cross River State, Nigeria

Published: 31/12/2017

Tags: community participation, forest resources management, adjourning communities, Afi and Mbe mountains

Size: 503.04KB

Assessment of Carbon Footprints of Staff in University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

By S. A. Shomkegh, G. A. Iyorhon, et al

Assessment of Carbon Footprints of Staff in University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 20/09/2017

Tags: Assessment; carbon footprints; carbon calculator; staff; university of agriculture; Makurdi

Size: 172.60KB

Assessing Carbon Footprints of Students in University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

By S. A. Shomkegh, E. T. Tembe, et al

Assessing Carbon Footprints of Students in University of Agriculture Makurdi, Benue State, Nigeria

Published: 07/09/2016

Tags: Carbon footprints; carbon calculator; students; University of Agriculture; Makurdi

Size: 108.92KB

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