Doctoral Researcher

Evidence Chinedu Enoguanbhor is a PhD candidate at IRI-THESys and the Geography Department (Applied Geoinformation Science Lab) at Humboldt University, Berlin. His research topic is “Urban land dynamics in the Abuja city-region, Nigeria: integrating GIS, remotely sensed, and survey-based data to support land use planning”. The research focuses on the analysis of the past and current urban land dynamics in the context of land use planning at the urban and regional scales, developing different spatial planning scenarios to simulate future urban land expansion and identifying key challenges for land use planning and its environmental assessments.

Research Interests

  • Applied GIS and spatial modeling
  • Urban and Regional Land Use Dynamics/Planning
  • Environmental Assessments (EIA/SEA)

Selected Publications

Enoguanbhor, E. C., Gollnow, F., Walker, B. B., Nielsen, J. O., Lakes, T., 2021. Key Challenges for Land Use Planning and its Environmental Assessments in the Abuja City-Region, Nigeria. Land 10(5), 443. https://doi.org/10.3390/land10050443

Enoguanbhor, E. C., Gollnow, F., Walker, B. B., Nielsen, J. O., Lakes, T., 2020. Simulating Urban Land Expansion in the Context of Land Use Planning in the Abuja City-Region, Nigeria. GeoJournal. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10708-020-10317-x  

Enoguanbhor, E. C., Gollnow, F., Nielsen, J. O., Lakes, T., Walker, B. B., 2019. Land Cover Change in the Abuja City-Region, Nigeria: Integrating GIS and Remotely Sensed Data to Support Land Use Planning. Sustainability 11(5), 1313. https://doi.org/10.3390/su11051313

Matemilola, S., Adedeji, O. H., Enoguanbhor, E. C., 2018. Land Use/Land Cover Change in Petroleum-Producing Regions of Nigeria. In: P. E. Ndimele, ed. The Political Ecology of Oil and Gas Activities in the Nigerian Aquatic Ecosystem. London: Academic Press, p. 257–276. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-809399-3.00017-3

Fotang, C., Bröring. U., Roos, C., Enoguanbhor, E. C., Abwe, E. E., Dutton, P., Schierack, P., Angwafo, T. E., Birkhofer, K., 2021. Human activity and forest degradation threaten populations of the Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti) in Western Cameroon. International Journal of Primatology, 42, P. 105–129. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10764-020-00191-2

 

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