Onyinye Prince Choko

Onyinye Prince Choko

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Food Security Policy

University of Port Harcourt

Research interest:  Natural resource management and valuation, Ecosystem services, Climate change resilience and adaptation

Research Supervisors: Dr. Aiyeloja Adedapo (University of Port Harcourt) and Dr. Laura Schmitt Olabisi (MSU)

Semesters at MSU: Fall 2018

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Presentations

Medicinal Plant Survey And Utilization Of A Protected Forest In A Protected Tropical Rainforest, Bonny, Nigeria, Department of Community Sustainability - MSU. November 19, 2018. 

 Publications

Ijeomah, H.M. and Choko, O.P. (2013). Challenges of captive breeding and re-introduction of selected primate species into their natural habitat in Cross River State, Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies & Management 7(3): 218 – 234.

Onwuteaka, J. and Choko, O.P. (2015). Cannibalism of Juvenile Catfish (Clarias Gariepinus Burchell). Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology volume 9, Issue 2 Ver. 1, PP 46-49.

Onwuteaka, J. and Choko, O.P. (2017). Phytoplankton Community Response to Seasonal Changes in Chlorophyll a and Nitrate-Phosphate Concentrations in a Tidal Blackwater River in Niger Delta. Annual Research & Review in Biology, 21(6), 1-19.

Onwuteaka, J. and Choko, O.P. (2018). Population Dynamics of Diatoms in a Spring-Neap Tidal Cycle in an Estuarine Creek of the Bonny River. Annual Research & Review in Biology, 24(1), 1-17.

Oladele A.T., Aiyeloja A.A, Choko O.P and Ngoyougha, E.E. (2017). Socio-economics of sawn wood retailing in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. African Journal of Agriculture, Technology and Environment Vol. 6(2): 1-13.