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Using the DPSIR framework and data analytics to analyze oil spillages in the Niger delta area.

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Modeling landscape sustainability in the oil producing Niger delta area of Nigeria.

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Urban sustainability management: A deep learning perspective.

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Handbook of Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.

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Exposure risks to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by humans and livestock (cattle) due to hydrocarbon spill from petroleum products in Niger-delta wetland.

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Removal of crude oil polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons via organoclay-microbe-oil interactions.

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Assessment of the groundwater quality of a highly populated district in Enugu State of Nigeria.

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Chapter 9 – Characteristics of clay minerals relevant to bioremediation of environmental contaminated systems.

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Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA): A case study of Nigeria (Published in 2019).

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Studies on bio-utilization of some petroleum hydrocarbons by single and mixed cultures of some bacterial species. Moneke, A.N, and Nwangwu, C (2011). African Journal of Microbiology Research 5 (12): 1457 – 1466

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Soil Bacterial Response to Introduced Metal Stress. Anyanwu, C.U, Nwankwo, S.C and Moneke, AN (2011). International Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences 11 (1): 109 – 115.

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In-vitro effects of four heavy metals on glyphosate utilization by some bacteria isolated from rice fields. Okpala, NG and Moneke, AN (2010). African Journal of Microbiology Research 4 (16): 1775 – 1783

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Application of photosynthetic microalgae as efficient pH bio-stabilizers and bio-purifiers in sustainable aquaculture of Clarias gariepinus (African Catfish) fry. Ahamefule, SC, Ogbonna, JC, Moneke, AN & Ossai, NI (2018). Nigerian Journal of Biotechnology 35 (2): 139 – 150

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Renewable waste substrates of plant origin for bioethanol production. Amadi O. C. Okolo B. N., Moneke A. N., Agu R. C., (2015). 30th International Conference on Solid Waste Technology and Management. Philadelphia, USA. March 15 -18.

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Amadi O.C., Onyenma N., Nwagu T. N., Moneke A. N., Okolo B. N. and Agu R. C. (2015). Evaluating the potential of wild cocoyam “caladium bicolor” for ethanol production using indigenous fungal isolates. 5th International Conference on Solid Waste Management, 5th Icon SWM. Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India, November 24 – 27.

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Okolo B.N., Moneke A.N., Amadi O.C., Eze C.N., Walker J.W. and Agu R.C. (2014). Alternative waste substrates from Nigeria for bio-ethanol production.(ICSW Philadelphia, USA)

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Introduction to Disaster Risk Reduction and Management (2017)

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Priority Assessment of the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA): A Case Study of Nigeria (Published in 2017)

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Evolving Disaster Relief Supply Chain Quality Management (DRSCQM) into Nigeria’s Emergency Operations(Published in 2017)

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Agu, R.C., Walker, J.W., Okolo, B.N., Moneke, A.N., Amadi, O.C. and Eze, C.N. (2014). Bioethanol production from Dioscorea bulbifera tuber (Local name: ‘Adugbe’) – A renewable non-cultivated, non-food waste material in Nigeria. Journal of Solid Waste Technology and Management 40 (2): 152 – 159.

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Assessment of Pollution Level of Ground Water in Gariki, Enugu Urban, Nigeria. Eze, H.I., Ogbuene, E.B. and Nwachukwu, U.L. (2014). Journal of Environment and Earth Science. Vol. 4 No. 22.

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Application of Landscaping Approach in Environmental Management of Roads in Enugu. Eze, H.I., Ogbuene, E.B. and Nwachukwu, U.L. (2013). Sacha Journal of Environmental Studies, Meridian Centre Kingsland London, UK. Vol.3 No.1 pp.59-64

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Solid Waste Disposal Pattern of Sellers in Mile One Market, Port Harcourt River State and Potential Health Impacts. Okeji M.C, Davids B.G, Eze H.I, Ogbuene E.B, Eze C.N, Agu C.C and Odinkonigbo U.L (2016). SYLWAN Journal Vol.160 No. 8