Dr Martin Chidinma Iwuji

Iwuji

Dr Martin Chidinma Iwuji

Lecturer I
Environmental Technology Department
Emailmartin.iwuji@futo.edu.ng, martiniwuji@gmail.com

 


Education/Training

  • 2017  –  PhD  –  Geography & Environmental Science   –  University of Calabar, Nigeria
  • 2003  –  M. Tech  –  Remote Sensing Applications  –  Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria
  • 1998  –  B.Sc   –  Geography & Regional Planning –  University of Calabar, Nigeria

Research Interests

Remote Sensing, Geographic Information System, Forest Ecology, Environmental Resource Conservation, Landuse Change, Climate Change, Biogeography, Soil Studies, Biodiversity Conservation, Flood and Erosion Studies, Environmental Impact Assessment.

Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. G. T. Amangabara, J. D. Njoku & M. C. Iwuji (2017): People’s perception of soil erosion and its impact in Imo State, Nigeria.  International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences. Vol. 5, Issue 12, Dec 2017, 77-88, ISSN (P): 2347-4580; ISSN (E): 2321-8851
  2. M. C. Iwuji, C. P. Iheanyichukwu, J. D. Njoku, F. I. Okpiliya, S. O. Anyanwu, G. T. Amangabara and K. O. E. Ukaegbu (2017): Assessment of Land Use Changes and Impacts of Dam Construction on the Mbaa River, Ikeduru, Nigeria. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International. Vol. 13, (1), pp. 1-10, ISSN: 2454-7352
  3. M. C. Iwuji, O. L. Iroh, J. D. Njoku, S. O. Anyanwu, G. T. Amangabara and K. O. E. Ukaegbu (2017): Vulnerability Assessment of Soil Erosion Based on Topography and Vegetation Cover in a Developing City of Orlu L.G.A, South East Nigeria. Asian Journal of Environment and Ecology. Vol. 4 (4), pp. 1-10, ISSN: 2456-690x
  4. M.C. Iwuji, C.P. Ibe, J.D. Njoku, S.O. Anyanwu, G.T. Amangabara, N.Ac-Chukwuocha and K.O.E. Ukaegbu (2017): Analysis of Land use and land cover dynamics in Orlu, Nigeria. Asian Journal of Environment and Ecology. Vol. 4 (1), pp. 1-10, ISSN: 2456-690x
  5. K.O.E. Ukaegbu, M.C. Iwuji, C.C. Uche, I.E. Osumgborogwu and G.T. Amangabara (2017): Spatial Assessment of Temperature and land cover change as climate change monitoring strategies in Owerri, Nigeria. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International. Vol. 4, (1), pp. 1-9, ISSN: 2454-7352
  6. Amangabara, GT; Njoku JD; Iwuji MC and Nlemedim, V.C. (2017): Assessment of the Suitability of some sites for Aquaculture Development in the Onitsha Sub-basin, Anambra State, Nigeria using GIS methods. FUTO Journal Series, Vol. 3, Issue-1, pp. 114-130, e-ISSN: 2476-8456 p-ISSN: 2467-8325
  7. Okpiliya, F.I., Abua, M.A. and Iwuji, M.C. (2016): Technological Imperatives in Forest Resource Conservation: A Panacea for National Development. Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES) Vol. 10, No. 2 pp.119-130, ISSN 1596-7751
  8. Njoku, J.D., Ukaegbu, K., Iwuji, M. and Nwuze, U. (2016): GIS-Based Mapping and Statistical Analysis of Atmospheric Pollution in Portharcourt, Southern Nigeria. International Astronautical Federation (IAF) IAC-16,E2,1,2,x31854
  9. Njoku, J.D., Ukaegbu, K.O., Amangabara, G.T., Iwuji, M.C. and Anyanwu, J.C. (2015): Correlation of Impervious Surfaces and Ambient Temperature Variation in Owerri, Southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Renewable and Alternative Energy Technologies (JRAET) Vol. 1 pp. 115-123
  10. John D Njoku, Martin C Iwuji, Ikechukwu L. Osuocha and Franklin C. Okoro (2014): Effects of Oil Spillage on Surface Water Resources in Ohaji and Egbema Areas of Imo State, Southeastern Nigeria. Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES) Vol. 1 pp.88-96, ISSN 1596-7751
  11. Iwuji, M.C., Njoku, J.D., Anekwe, A.J., Uwazuruonye, J.U., and Amangabara, G.T.(2012): Analysis of Erosion Site Dynamics Using Geospatial Data; A Case Study of Amucha in Njaba L.G.A., Imo State. Journal of Nigerian Environmental Society (JNES) Vol. 7 (3) pp.67-73, ISSN 1596-7751

Professional Associations

  • Member, National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) USA.
  • Member, Nigerian Environmental Society (NES)
  • Member, Forestry Association of Nigeria
  • Member, Association of Nigerian Geographers

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