Alaanuloluwa Obaisi

Alaanuloluwa Obaisi
University of Essex · School of Biological Sciences

M.Sc Environment and Resource Management (University of Essex, U.K)

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Introduction
A trained and professional Environmentalist. Skilled in Environmental Education, Awareness and Protection. Working round the clock to ensure earth/nature protection and sustainability. A true professional with strong academic/educational background in Environment and Resource Management from the University of Essex, United Kingdom.
Additional affiliations
November 2013 - January 2018
Afe Babalola University
Position
  • Lecturer
Education
October 2014 - September 2015
University of Essex
Field of study
  • Environment & Resource Management

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Publications (14)
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Sustainable use of natural resource such as fishmeal in aquaculture, can be achieved by substituting with more abundant biomass. This goal relies on the use of available research methods to understand how cultured species respond to each substitute and factors responsible for such responses to know how they can be modified for better response. The...
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In this chapter, we explore the impacts of agricultural practices on the properties of the soil, discussing conservation tillage, crop rotation (see below), etc. This chapter further discusses the need for conservation tillage outlining benefits such as reduction of topsoil erosion and runoff, and carbon sequestration. It carefully explains how con...
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In Nigeria, there have been clashes between herdsmen and crop farmers. While a lot of people have adjudged it to be solely a religious and political affair, the reality on the ground that cannot be ignored is the fact that the fight for limited resources has led to this conflict. Countless lives, properties and source of livelihoods have been lost...
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Although the strangles disease of Streptococcus equi was discovered many decades ago in 1,251 by Jordanus Ruffus, it has still remained a major frequently diagnosed infection in horses all over the world. The S. equi subspecies pathogen is known to be often resistant to antibiotic treatment, and it makes the antibiotics inefficient; hence, this rev...
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There have been inadequacies in Solid Waste Management by Municipal authorities in developing countries and Nigeria is a good example. As the country’s population has witnessed an explosion, so also has the goods and commodities consumed and waste produced. This inadequacy has a negative effect on the environment. Improper management of wastes lead...
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- It is estimated that each year as much as 75billion ton of soil are removed from the land by wind and soil erosion with most coming from agricultural land. - The major impact of soil erosion are commonly associated with loss of arable land that is capable of supporting agricultural production and thus on the long run bring about decline in food...
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All over the world there are 3.7 billion undernourished and malnourished humans. The adequate feeding of these ones constitute a major concern, in the face of the rapidly growing population, can we still achieve food security? Humans must understand that overpopulation is a threat to sustainable agriculture and food security. Science and technology...
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Land reform authorities claim that the main hindrance to increased agricultural output is shortage of land and population pressure. However, it is not the shortage of land alone, which affects the output of agriculture; it is the structure of land tenure, the lack of proper land ownership as well as lack of improved agricultural technology and chan...
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Agriculture has suffered from years of mismanagement, inconsistent or poorly conceived government policies, and lack of basic infrastructure. Still, the sector accounts for over 37.2% of GDP and two-thirds of employment. Moreover, the importance of yam in the economy of Nigeria cannot be over emphasized.The observed productivity decline in Nigeria...
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Public expenditure in the form of budget is making a provision for development for today and in the future. Over the year's sustainable budget provisions has been a contentious issue in Economic development. Public expenditure is a fiscal instrument that government uses to sustain the economy. The question is "what is to be sustained" and "what is...

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