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Adenle Ademola A. was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He received Bachelor degree in water resources management and agricultural meteorology from the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB), with a specialization in Agro-meteorology option in 2009. In 2012, he bagged his first (1st) Masters of Science in Geographic Information System(GIS) from the University of Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria, and his (2nd) Master’s in Climate Change and Adapted Land Use, where he represented his country in the Masters Research Programme  of the West African Science Service Centre on Climate and Adaptation Land Use (WASCAL ) sponsored by the German Education Board (BMBF) through ZEF, which has further strengthen his capacity to conduct advance research especially in relation to the growing need to respond to the challenges of climate change in West Africa sub-region. In 2014, Ademola completed the program as the Overall Best Graduating Student which earned him a lecturing employment offer by the Management of Federal University of Technology (FUTMINNA) and a secondment to WASCAL Minna in 2015.

He joined the Department of Geography Federal University of Technology Minna as a Lecturer and WASCAL as a Research Assistant. He is currently a Ph.D. student in the same department. His career focus is to become a well cited authority, a specialist, an adviser, a prime negotiator and a planner for his country (sub-Sahara Africa) in Agricultural, Water Environmental cum Climate Change concerns. His research interests include: geo-spatial image analysis, monitoring and spatial applications in all these areas with a special quest of using microwave satellite remote sensing. Ademola has proficiency with basic GIS softwares, tools and extensions which he readily applies into new and challenging research areas that offer insightful solutions to human problems.

Selected publications

  • Adenle A.A  ,  Nsofor  G.N,  Adesina  F.A,  &  Okhimamahe  A.A  (2016).A  Participatory Appraisal of Dry Season Fadama (wetland) Farming as an Adaptation Measure to Climate Change and Variability In Southern Guinea Zone Of Nigeri Advances in Multidisciplinary & Scientific(AIMS) Research  Journal  Volume (2) No 2 page 329- 342. Downloadable Via!aims-journal/c1yw0
  • Ojoye, S, Sulyman, A.O, Odekunle, M.O & Adenle, A.A. (2016): Implications of Stratospheric Ozone Variability For Climate Change Over Some Selected Stations In Northern Nigeria. Advances in Multidisciplinary Research Journal. 2. No. 3, Pp 245- 252. Downloadable Via
  • Adenle A.A, Oluwaseyi K.H, Adedeji O. I , A.A, Asonibare F.O,(2015 ) Geospatial Analysis Of Service Area For Fire Emergency Response In Ibadan, Nigeria Geo-studies Forun and International Journal of Environmental and Policy Issues, University of  Ilorin No 1Volume (8) page 24-45.
  • Ifejika Speranza, C., Adenle, A.A, & Boillat, S. (2019). Land Degradation Neutrality – Potentials for its operationalisation at multi-levels in Nigeria. Environmental Science & Policy, 94, 63–71. doi:10.1016/j.envsci.2018.12.018
  • Badmos, B. K., Adenle, A. A., Agodzo, S. K., Villamor, G. B., Asare-Kyei, D. K., Amadou, L. M., & Odai, S. N. (2017). Micro-level social vulnerability assessment towards climate change adaptation in semi-arid Ghana, West Africa. Environment, Development and Sustainability. doi:10.1007/s10668-017-9988-7


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