Lloyd Larbi

Lloyd Larbi
University of Ghana | Legon · Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies

Doctor of Philosophy

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Coastal zones are considered as one of the most productive zones of the world with diverse ecosystems, providing humankind with immense ecological services. However, coastal ecosystems continue to be under threat as a result of population growth and increasing rate of economic development. To address this issue, there is the need to reshape human a...
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This paper aims at assessing the ecological health status of aquatic ecosystems in the coastal area of Ada in Ghana. Healthy aquatic ecosystems are characterized by high species diversity, good water and habitat quality among others. An ecological assessment was conducted to describe the landuse pattern, water quality and habitat quality of critica...
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The purpose of this paper is to design a conceptual model that combines technology and environmental services through stewardship for ecosystem sustainability. The paper is aimed at creating an ecosystem platform (e-EcosysPlatform) that integrates the various components (knowledge, action strategies, and sustainable approaches) of stewardship with...
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The increasing rates of sea level rise caused by global warming within the 21st century are expected to exacerbate inundation and episodic flooding tide in low-lying coastal environments. This development threatens both human development and natural habitats within such coastal communities. The impact of sea level rise will be more pronounced in de...
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Inundation and the episodic flooding caused by spring tide in low-lying coastal environments are expected to increase due to sea level rise caused by global warming. This development threatens both human settlement and natural habitats within such vulnerable areas. Sea level rise is a significant and growing danger to the coastal communities worldw...

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