James Ofori - PhD Student

James Ofori
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University of Potsdam

Biodiversity Research /Systematic Botany

Maulbeerallee 1. R. 2.11

14469 Potsdam

 

phone: 0049 (0)331/ 977-4869

e-mail: james.ofori@uni-potsdam.de

 

 

James Ofori
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Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/james-nana-ofori-112627178

Skype: live:jamesofori447

Research Gate:  www.researchgate.net/profile/James-Ofori-2

 

 

 

 

Research Interests

Plant (Forest) ecology, Forest Management, Biodiversity, Climate change, Forest Restoration, and Forest policy

 

 

Education

  • Current study: PhD student, University of Potsdam
  • Masters study: Forest and Nature Conservation, Wageningen University and Research
  • Bachelors study: Forestry and Forest Resources Management, University for Development studies.

 

 

Publications

  • Wanders T.H.V., Ofori J.N., Amoako A., Fourie W. A., Postuma M., Wagemaker C.A.M., Veenendaal E.M., Vergeer P., Teak genetic diversity in Ghana shows a narrow base for further breeding and a need for improved international collaboration for provenance exchange. www.genresj.org/index.php/grj
  • J. N. Ofori, E. Njomaba, E. Donkoh, “Assessment of Forage Species on Community Rangelands, A Case Study in Tolon District, Ghana” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.8 issue 1, pp. 142-150 January 2021
  • Bisilki, V., Dzomeku, I. K., Kugbe, J. X., Dogbe, W., Ofori, J. N., & Njomaba, E. (2021). Response of Rice to Sulfur and Zinc Applications Under Fallowed and Continuously Cropped Soils in Northern Ghana. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science, 33(3), 1-20. doi.org/10.9734/ijpss/2021/v33i33041.
  • J. N. Ofori, N. A. Ohemeng-Agyei, E. Njomaba, “Impact of Climate Change on Ecotourism for Wildlife Conservation, A Case Study At Aburi Botanical Gardens, Ghana” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.8 issue 1, pp.133-141 January 2021
  • E. Njomaba, J. N Ofori, B.E. Aikins D. A. A Nyame, “Flood Risk Mapping and its Effects on livelihood in Ghana using Sentinel-1 data. A case study of Accra” International Journal of Research and Scientific Innovation (IJRSI) vol.8 issue 1, pp.214-222 January 2021