Scientific publications

Wingate, V. R., Akinyemi, F. O., & Ifejika Speranza, C. (2023). Archetypes of remnant West African forest patches allow identifying common underlying social-ecological characteristics and change pressures. Applied Geography 158, 103024. doi: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2023.103024

Ifejika Speranza C., Akinyemi F. O., Baratoux D., Benveniste J., Ceperley N., Driouech F., Helmschrot J. (2022) Enhancing the Uptake of Earth Observation Products and Services in Africa Through a Multi-level Transdisciplinary Approach. Surv Geophys. 23:1-35. doi: 10.1007/s10712-022-09724-1

Wingate V. R., Akinyemi F. O, Iheaturu C. J., Ifejika Speranza C. (2022) Remote Sensing-Based Inventory of West Africa Tropical Forest Patches: A Basis for Enhancing Their Conservation and Sustainable Use. Remote Sens. 14, 6251.

Related publications from our team

Fitz J., Ademola A. A., Ifejika Speranza C. (2022). Increasing signs of forest fragmentation in the Cross River National Park in Nigeria: Underlying drivers and need for sustainable responses. Ecological indicators, 139, p. 108943. 10.1016/j.ecolind.2022.108943

Contributions to conferences and workshops

Tabi Eckebil P. P. (2022) Ecosystem multifunctionality of forest patches in the tropics: A systematic literature review. Talk at the EGU Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Mintah F. (2022) Governing land for the future – what (r)evolutions do we need? Talk at the LANDac (Netherlands Land Academy) International Conference on Land Governance, Utrecht, Netherlands.

Hepner S. (2022) Drivers of aboveground biomass in African tropical forest patches. Talk at the Intecol 2022 Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.

Iheaturu C., Wingate V., Akinyemi F., Ifejika Speranza C. (2022) An integrated method for validating spatially non-continuous remotely sensed forest patch dataset for West Africa. Talk at the EGU General Assembly 2022, Vienna, Austria.