Armand Yevide

Armand Yevide
University of Abomey-Calavi | UAC · Faculty of Agricultural Sciences (FSA)

PhD

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Education
March 2009 - October 2011
University of Abomey-Calavi
Field of study
  • Natural Resources Management (Forestry)
March 2008 - February 2009
University of Abomey-Calavi
Field of study
  • Natural Resources Management
October 2006 - December 2007
University of Abomey-Calavi
Field of study
  • Natural Resources Management

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Publications (18)
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The current uncertainty, frequency and intensity of climate change impacts limits opportunities for climate adaptation among smallholder farmers in developing countries. This paper seeks to critically examine how gendered relations at the household level influence access to social networks for climate change adaptation in northwestern Ghana. By doi...
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Sustaining multiple ecosystem service benefits in transboundary river basins is a complex and challenging task in the developing world. This can be attributed to conflicting conservation and human development needs and exacerbated by climate change impacts, especially episodic drought and flooding events. We use a case study from Rwanda in the Kage...
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Regional ecosystem monitoring is a central form of knowledge sharing and collaboration amongst scientists and decision makers on environmental health, land use change, and science-policy development. Despite the proliferation of such research networks on longterm monitoring on many continents, little has been achieved in Africa. This study aims to...
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A new form of producing and sharing knowledge has emerged as an international (United States of America, Asia, and Europe) research collaboration, known as the Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network. Although Africa boasts rich biodiversity, including endemic species, it lacks the long-term initiatives to underpin sustainable biodiversity man...
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Coppice teak stands are widely established by farmers in Benin as a means to diversify their livelihoods. The aim of this study was to assess the relationships between soil properties and growth performance characteristics of coppice teak stands so as to identify the main ecological parameters which control the species' growth. Samples from 29 plan...
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Teak heartwood formation process is less documented especially in Benin where the species has been widely established by farmers under coppice regime and provide woods largely used by consumers in cities. The objectives of this study were to determine the beginning age of heartwood formation process in coppice teak plantations and the impact of age...
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African farmers have being involved in reconverting part of their lands into coppice teak stands for decades. Available studies have pointed out the need for technical assistance, to achieve sustainable production. This work was aimed at developing growth model for coppice teak stands in other to provide management guidelines for stands’ owners and...
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Gbolo (Crassocephalum crepidioides and Crassocephalum rubens) is a traditional leafy vegetable highly consumed in Benin but neglected by scientific research and development. In order to assess its genetic diversity and to determine the relationship existing between descriptors and varietal improvement requirements, fifty one (51) accessions collect...
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La présente étude s’est intéressée à la dynamique des plantations privées de teck dans la commune de Tori-Bossito dans le département de l’Atlantique au sud du Bénin. Elle a pour objectifs d’évaluer les paramètres dendrométriques et les performances sylvicoles des teckeraies privées en fonction des phytocénoses, des âges et du nombre de rejets par...
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The study used the expectancy-disconfirmation framework to investigate the satisfaction among urban consumers of teak pole in South Benin, so as to identify the areas where interventions are needed to secure market opportunity for smallholder forestry. A survey was conducted in five cities; and 223 household-heads were interviewed using systematic...
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The Massi natural forest within the Lama forest reserve makes up a particular ecosystem which is unique in Benin, lying on clay vertisols that are periodically inundated with rainwater. As a contribution to its protection, a phytosociological inventory was made using an integrated synusial method for an in-depth study of the forest's spontaneous ve...
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Structural and ecological characteristics of private Teak plantations in the Atlantic Department, South Benin, were studied according to the synusial approach of phytosociology in order to contribute to the sustainable management of the plantations. The study of dendrometric characteristics of Teak plantations was done by establishing two temporal...
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The study was carried out in the Pahou forest reserve in southern Benin as a contribution to sustainable management of this forest. Plant communities’ assessment was made using the synusial approach to phytosociology. Soils were characterized according to their pedological profiles and physico-chemical properties. Silvicultural plantations paramete...
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Structural and ecological characteristics of private Teak plantations in the Atlantic Department, South Benin, were studied according to the synusial approach of phytosociology in order to contribute to the sustainable management of the plantations. The study of dendrometric characteristics of Teak plantations was done by establishing two temporal...
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Les caractéristiques structurelles et écologiques des plantations privées de teck du département de l’Atlantique au sud du Bénin ont été étudiées par la phytosociologie synusiale intégrée en vue de contribuer à leur gestion durable. Pour étudier leurs caractéristiques dendrométriques, deux placettes temporaires de 1 are ont été implantées dans 150...

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