About

Frederick Ato Armah is a Professor of Environmental and Sustainability Science at the University of Cape Coast. He holds a BSc (Hons) Degree in Chemistry from the University of Cape Coast in Ghana and MSc Degree in Environmental Studies and Sustainability Science from Lund University in Sweden. Prof Armah has a PhD in Geography (Environment and Human Health) from the University of Western Ontario in Canada. In addition, he holds a certificate in Building African Entrepreneurial Universities in the Context of Responsible Innovation and Sustainable Development (UNECA); certificate in Transforming Leadership and Governance (ILF); certificate in Project Planning and Proposal Development (AAU); and certificate in Facilitating Multi-Stakeholder Process and Social Learning: Advanced Course in the Use of Participatory Approaches for Institutional Change (WUR).

Prof Armah is an interdisciplinary scientist with deep interest in the natural and human dimensions of environment and health. His professional expertise includes multivariate environmental statistics; global environmental change mitigation and adaptation; environmental and natural resource management, remediation and policy; human health risk assessment; climate change-human health nexus; pollution of environmental media and biota; and socio-ecological systems. He has served as consultant to several organisations and government agencies both local and international. He is a member of the Intergovernmental Science Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES), and Lead Author of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Global Environment Outlook 6 (GEO-6) report.

 

  • Amadu, I., Armah, F.A., Aheto, D.W. (2021). Assessing Livelihood Resilience of Artisanal Fisherfolk to the Decline in Small-Scale Fisheries in Ghana. Sustainability13, 10404. https://doi.org/10.3390/su131810404
  • Iddi, S., Boateng, G. O., Doku, D. T., Enyan, N. I. E., Owusu, S. A., Aboh, I. K., Kodom, R. V., … & Armah, F. A. (2021). Coping Strategies Adapted by Ghanaians during the COVID-19 Crisis and Lockdown; a Population-based Study. PLOS One 16(6): e0253800
  • Boateng, G. O., Doku, D. T., Enyan, N. I. E., Owusu, S. A., Aboh, I. K., Kodom, R. V., … & Armah, F. A. (2021). Prevalence and changes in boredom, anxiety and well-being among Ghanaians during the COVID-19 pandemic: a population-based study. BMC Public Health21(1), 1-13.
  • Yawson D.O., Adu M.O., Asare P.A., Armah F.A. (2021). Multifunctional Landscape Transformation of Urban Idle Spaces for Climate Resilience in Sub-Saharan Africa. In: Leal Filho W., Oguge N., Ayal D., Adeleke L., da Silva I. (eds) African Handbook of Climate Change Adaptation. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-42091-8_214-1
  • Nyieku, F.E., Essandoh, H.M.K., Armah, F.A. Awuah, E. (2021). Environmental conditions and the performance of free water surface flow constructed wetland: a multivariate statistical approach. Wetlands Ecol Manage. 29, 381–395. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-021-09785-w
  • Armah, F.; Boamah, S. Untangling Complexity: Assessing the Joint Effects of Population Composition and Context on Perceived Exposure to Onchocerciasis in Coastal Tanzania. Preprints2020, 2020120767 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202012.0767.v1)
  • Armah, F.; Paintsil, A.; Adu, M.; Yawson, D.O.; Odoi, J. Relationship of Trace Metal Covariates and pH Distribution in Groundwater within Gold mining and Non-Gold mining Areas in Ghana. Preprints2020, 2020120321 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202012.0321.v1).
  • Armah, F. A. Communicating Disaster Risk in the Context of Climate Change in Tanzania: Are the Most Vulnerable Onboard?. Preprints2020, 2020120339 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202012.0339.v1).
  • Nyieku, F. E., Essandoh, H. M., Armah, F. A., & Awuah, E. (2020). Joint influence of hydraulic load and hydraulic retention time on oilfields wastewater contaminant removal dynamics in free water surface flow constructed wetland. SN Applied Sciences, 2(12), 1-12.
  • Ekumah, B., Armah, F. A., Yawson, D. O., Quansah, R., Nyieku, F. E., Owusu, S. A., Odoi, J.O., & Afitiri, A. R. (2020). Disparate on-site access to water, sanitation, and food storage heighten the risk of COVID-19 spread in Sub-Saharan Africa. Environmental Research, 189, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2020.109936
  • Boateng, O. G., Balogun, M.R., Dada, F.O., Armah, F.A. (2020). Household energy insecurity: dimensions and consequences for women, infants and children in low- and middle-income countries. Social Science and Medicine258, 113068
  • Afitiri, A-R., Armah, F.A., Afrifa, E.K.A., Ekumah, B. (2020). The Joint Effect of Natural and Human-induced Environmental Factors on Surface Water Quality in the Birim North District of Ghana. Water Practice and Technology, 15 (3), 605–618.
  • Ekumah, B., Armah, F.A., Afrifa, E.K.A., Aheto, D. W., Odoi, J.O., Afitiri, A-R. (2020). Geospatial assessment of ecosystem health of coastal urban wetlands in Ghana. Ocean and Coastal Management 193, 105226 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2020.105226
  • Sefa‑Ntiri, ; Kwakye‑Awuah, B.; Edziah, R.; Anderson, B.; Armah, F. A.; Mensah‑Amoah, P.; Sackey, S. S.; Sam, F.; Akyea, A. G.; Yunus, S.; Tatchie, E.; Nkansah, B. K.; Kumi, F. (2020). Dissolved organic matter in hand‑dug well water as groundwater quality indicator: assessment using laser‑induced fluorescence spectroscopy and multivariate statistical techniques. SN Applied Sciences 2, 834. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-020-2446-4
  • Armah, F.A. (2020). Systems Thinking, Approach. In: Kobayashi, A. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, 2nd edition. vol. 13, Elsevier, pp.183–185. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102295-5.10434-2
  • Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Adu, M.O. (2020). Exploring the impacts of climate change and mitigation policies on UK feed barley supply and implications for national and transnational food security. SN Applied Sciences, 2, 666. https://dx.doi:10.1007/s42452-020-2444-6
  • Ekumah, B., Armah, F.A., Afrifa, E.K.A., Aheto, D. W., Odoi, J.O., Afitiri, A-R. (2020). Assessing land use and land cover change in coastal urban wetlands of international importance in Ghana using Intensity Analysis. Wetlands Ecology & Management https://doi.org/10.1007/s11273-020-09712-5
  • Yawson, D.O., Adu, M.O. & Armah, F.A. (2020). Impacts of climate change and mitigation policies on malt barley supplies and associated virtual water flows in the UK. Scientific Reports10, 376 doi:10.1038/s41598-019-57256-3
  • Yawson, D. O., Mohan, S., Armah, F. A., Ball, T., Mulholland, B., Adu, M. O., & White, P. J. (2020). Virtual water flows under projected climate, land use and population change: the case of UK feed barley and meat. Heliyon6(1), e03127.
  • Adu, M. O., Yawson, D. O., Abano, E. E., Asare, P. A., Armah, F. A., & Opoku, E. K. (2019). Does water-saving irrigation improve the quality of fruits and vegetables? Evidence from meta-analysis. Irrigation Science, 37, 669-690. DOI: 10.1007/s00271-019-00646-2
  • Armah, F. A., Ekumah, B., Yawson, D. O., Odoi, J. O., Afitiri, A.-R., & Nyieku, F. E. (2019). Predictive Probabilities of Access to Clean Cooking: Evidence from the Demographic and Health Surveys in Thirty-One Countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Environmental Justice 12(3),118-131.
  • Armah, F. A., Quansah, R., Yawson, D. O., Abdul-Kadir, L. (2019). Assessment of Self-Reported Adverse Health Outcomes of Electronic Waste Workers Exposed to Xenobiotics in Ghana. Environmental Justice 12(2), 69-84.
  • Armah, F. A., Ekumah, B., Yawson, D. O., Odoi, J. O., Afitiri, A.-R., & Nyieku, F. E. (2018). Access to improved water and sanitation in sub-Saharan Africa in a quarter century. Heliyon 4(11), e00931. doi:10.1016/j.heliyon.2018.e00931
  • Paintsil, A., Armah, F.A., & Yanful, E.K. (2018). Assessment of the Transesterification Stage of Biodiesel Production II: Optimisation of Process Variables Using a Box-Behnken Design. Waste and Biomass Valorization 9(8), 1399-1405.
  • Adu, M.O., Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Asare, P.A., Frimpong, K.A. (2018). Meta- analysis of crop yields of full, deficit, and partial root-zone drying irrigation. Agricultural Water Management 197, 79-90.
  • Adu, M.O., Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Abano, E.K., Quansah, R.(2018). Systematic Review of Food Security Interventions in Ghana. PLOS One 13(9): e0203605. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0203605
  • Yawson, D.O., Adu, M.O., Ason, B., Armah, F.A., Boateng, E., Quansah, R. (2018). Ghanaians Might Be at Risk of Excess Dietary Intake of Potassium Based on Food Supply Data.  Journal of Nutrition and Metabolism, Article ID 5989307, 9 pages. https://doi.org/10.1155/2018/5989307
  • Armah, F.A., Paintsil, , Yawson, D.O., Adu, M.O., Odoi, J. (2017). Modelling spatio-temporal heterogeneities in groundwater quality in Ghana: A multivariate chemometric approach. Journal of Water and Health 15(4), 658-672.
  • Armah, F.A., Yengoh, G.T., Ung, M., Luginaah, I., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., Campbell, G. (2017). The unusual suspects? Perception of underlying causes of anthropogenic climate change in coastal communities in Cambodia and Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60(12), 2150-2173.
  • Boamah, S. A., Armah, F. A., Luginaah, I., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., & Campbell, G. (2017). Evaluating the complex interactions between malaria and cholera prevalence, neglected tropical disease comorbidities, and community perception of health risks of climate change. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 27(7), 714-732.
  • Armah, F. A., Ung, M., Boamah, S.A., Luginaah, I. Campbell, G. (2017). Out of the frying pan into the fire? Urban penalty of the poor and multiple barriers to climate change adaptation in Cambodia and Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 7(1), 69-86.
  • Paintsil, A., Armah, F.A. & Yanful, E.K. (2017). Assessment of the Transesterification Stage of Biodiesel Production I: Application of a Plackett–Burman Design to Select the Process Variables. Waste and Biomass Valorization 8, 473-481.
  • Yengoh, G.T., Fogwe, Z.N. & Armah, F.A. (2017). Floods in the Douala metropolis, Cameroon: attribution to changes in rainfall characteristics or planning failures? Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60(2), 204-230.
  • Quansah, R., Semple, S., Ochieng, C., Juvekar, S., Armah, F. A., Luginaah, I., Emina, J. (2017). Effectiveness of interventions to reduce household air pollution and/or improve health in homes using solid fuel in low-and-middle income countries: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Environment International 103, 73-90.
  • Quansah, R., Ben, J.R., Abdul-Rahaman, A., Armah, F. A., Luginaah, I., Essumang, D.K., Iddi, S., Chevrier, J., Cobbina, S.J., Nketsia-Amponsah, E., Adu-Kumi, S., Darko, G., Afful, S. (2016). Associations between pesticide use and respiratory symptoms: A cross-sectional study in Southern Ghana. Environmental Research 150, 245-254.
  • Adu, M.O., Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Asare, P.A., Bennett, M.J. Broadley, M.R., White, P.J. & Dupuy, L.X. (2016). Effects of rooting media on root growth and morphology of Brassica rapa seedlings. South African Journal of Plant and Soil 33(3), 219-227.
  • Armah, F. A., Boamah, S. A., Quansah, R., Obiri, S., & Luginaah, I. (2016). Working conditions of male and female artisanal and small-scale goldminers in Ghana: Examining existing disparities.The Extractive Industries and Society 3, 2, 464-474. doi:10.1016/j.exis.2015.12.010
  • Yengoh, G.T., Steen, K., Armah, F.A., Ness, B. (2016). Factors of Vulnerability: How large-scale Land Acquisitions Take Advantage of Local and National Weaknesses in Sierra Leone. Land Use Policy50, 328-340.
  • Angsongna, A., Armah, F. A., Boamah, S., Hambati, H., Luginaah, I., Chuenpagdee, R. & Campbell, G. (2016). A systematic review of resource habitat taboos and human health outcomes in the context of global environmental change. Global Bioethics, 27, 2-4, 91-111.
  • Armah, F. A., Boamah, S. A., Quansah, R., Obiri, S., & Luginaah, I. (2016). Unsafe Occupational Health Behaviours: Understanding mercury-related environmental health risks to artisanal gold miners in Ghana. Frontiers in Environmental Science 4, 29. doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2016.00029.
  • Armah, F.A., Luginaah, I., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., Campbell, G. (2016). Evaluating Differences in Barriers to Climate Change Adaptation between the Poor and Nonpoor in Coastal Tanzania. In Walter Leal Filho (Ed.). Climate Change Management: Innovation in Climate Change Adaptation. Springer: The Netherlands; pp 365-388.
  • Obiri, S.; Yeboah, P.O.; Osae, S.; Adu-kumi, S.; Cobbina, S.J.; Armah, F.A.; Ason, B.; Antwi, E.; Quansah, R. (2016). Human Health Risk Assessment of Artisanal Miners Exposed to Toxic Chemicals in Water and Sediments in the Prestea Huni Valley District of Ghana.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13 (2), 139.
  • Obiri, S., Mattah, P. A., Mattah, M. M., Armah, F. A., Osae, S., Adu-Kumi, S., & Yeboah, P. O. (2016). Assessing the environmental and socio-economic impacts of artisanal gold mining on the livelihoods of communities in the Tarkwa Nsuaem municipality in Ghana.International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13(2), 160.
  • Yengoh, G. T., & Armah, F. A. (2016). Land access constraints for communities affected by large-scale land acquisition in Southern Sierra Leone. GeoJournal 81 (1), 103-122.
  • Kangmennaang, J., Osei, L., Armah, F.A., Luginaah, I. (2016). Genetically modified organisms and the age of (Un) reason? A critical examination of the rhetoric in the GMO public policy debates in Ghana. Futures 83, 37-49.
  • Boamah, S. A., Armah, F. A., Kuuire, V. Z., Ajibade, I., Luginaah, I., McBean, G. (2015). Does Previous Experience of Floods Stimulate the Adoption of Coping Strategies? Evidence from Cross Sectional Surveys in Nigeria and Tanzania.Environments 2(4), 565-585.
  • Armah, F. A., Odoi, J.O., Luginaah, I. (2015). Indoor Air Pollution and Health in Ghana: Exposure to Unprocessed Solid Fuel Smoke. EcoHealth 12, 227-243.
  • Armah, F.A., Quansah, R., Luginaah, I., Chuenpagdee, R., Hambati, H., Campbell, G. (2015). Historical Perspective and Risk of Multiple Neglected Tropical Diseases in Coastal Tanzania: Compositional and Contextual Determinants of Disease Risk. PLoS Negl Trop Dis 9(8), e0003939. doi:10.1371/journal.pntd.0003939
  • Quansah, R., Armah, F.A., Essumang, D.K., Luginaah, I., Clarke, E., Marfoh, K., Cobbina, S.J., Nketiah-Amponsah, E., Namujju, P.B., Obiri, S., Dzodzomenyo, M. (2015). Association of arsenic with adverse pregnancy outcomes/infant mortality: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Environmental Health Perspectives 123, 412–421.
  • Yawson, D.O., Adu, M.O., Armah, F.A., Kusi, J., Ansah, I.G., Chiroro, C. (2015). A needs-based approach for exploring vulnerability and response to disaster risk in rural communities in low income countries. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 19, 1, 27-36.
  • Armah, F.A. Luginaah, I., Yengoh, G.T., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., Campbell, G. (2015). Analyzing the relationship between objective-subjective health status and public perception of climate change as a human health risk in coastal Tanzania. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal 21(7), 1936-1959.
  • Armah, F.A. Luginaah, I., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., Campbell, G. (2015). Assessing barriers to adaptation to climate change in coastal Tanzania: Does where you live matter? Population and Environment 37, (2), 231–263.
  • Armah, F.A., Yengoh, G.T., Luginaah, I., Hambati, H., Chuenpagdee, R., Campbell, G. (2015). Monitored versus Experience-Based Perceptions of Environmental Change: Evidence from coastal Tanzania. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences 12(2), 119-152.
  • Yengoh, G. T., Armah, F. A., & Steen, K. (2015). Women’s Bigger Burden: Disparities in Outcomes of Large Scale Land Acquisition in Sierra Leone. Gender Issues 32(4), 221-244.
  • Ajibade, I., Armah, F. A., Kuuire, V. Z., Luginaah, I., McBean, G., & Tenkorang, E. Y. (2015). Assessing the bio-psychosocial correlates of flood impacts in coastal areas of Lagos, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 58(3), 445-463.
  • Ajibade, I., Armah, F. A., Kuuire, V., Luginaah, I., & McBean, G. (2015). Self-Reported Experiences of Climate Change in Nigeria: The Role of Personal and Socio-Environmental Factors. Climate, 3(1), 16-41.
  • Armah, F. A., Quansah, R., & Luginaah, I. (2014). A Systematic Review of Heavy Metals of Anthropogenic Origin in Environmental Media and Biota in the Context of Gold Mining in Ghana. International Scholarly Research Notices, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/252148
  • Luginaah, I.N., Oiamo, T., Armah, F.A. (2014). Environmental Health Geography. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, 494–497.
  • Zakpala, R., Armah, F.A., Sackey, B.M., Pabi, O. (2014). Night-Time Decibel Hell: Mapping Noise Exposure Zones and Individual Annoyance Ratings in an Urban Environment in Ghana. Scientifica 892105, 11, http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/892105.
  • Armah, F.A. (2014). Relationship between Coliform Bacteria and Water Chemistry in Groundwater within Gold Mining Environments in Ghana. Water Quality Exposure and Health 5(4), 183-195.
  • Akutam, A., Pappoe, A.N.M., Armah, F.A., Enu-Kwesi, L. (2014). Phytoremediation Potential of Indigenous Ghanaian Grass and Grass-like Species Grown on Used Motor Oil Contaminated Soils. Journal of Ecology and Environment 37(2), 41-51.
  • Raphael, L. Hambati, H., Armah, F.A. (2014). An Intensity Analysis of Land Use and Land Cover Change in Karatu District, Tanzania: Community Perceptions and Coping Strategies. African Geographical Review 33(2), 150-173.
  • Armah, F.A., Luginaah, I.N., Yengoh, G.T., Taabazuing, J., Yawson, D.O. (2014). Management of Natural Resources in a Conflicting Environment in Ghana: unmasking a Messy Policy Problem. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 57(11), 1724-1745.
  • Yawson, D.O., Adu, M.O., Armah, F.A., Chiroro, C. (2014). Virtual water and phosphorus gains through rice imports to Ghana: implications for food security policy. International Journal of Agricultural Resources, Governance and Ecology 10(4), 374-393.
  • Armah, F.A., Luginaah, I.N., Odoi, J.O. (2013). Artisanal small-scale gold mining and mercury pollution in Ghana: A critical examination of a messy minerals and gold mining policy debate. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 3,381-390.
  • Edumadze, J.E., Tenkorang, E.Y., Armah F.A., Luginaah, I., Edumadze, G.E. (2013). Electronic waste is a mess: awareness and pro-environmental behaviour among university students in Ghana.  Applied Environmental Education & Communication 14(2), 224-234.Armah, F.A., Luginaah, I., Taabazuing, J., Odoi, J.O. (2013). Artisanal Gold Mining and Surface Water Pollution in Ghana: Have the Foreign Invaders come to Stay? Environmental Justice 6(3), 94-102.
  • Armah, F.A., Kyere Gyeabour, E. (2013). Health Risks to Children and Adults residing in Riverine Environments where Surficial Sediments contain Metals generated by Active Gold Mining in Ghana. Toxicological Research 29(1), 69-79.
  • Obiri, S., Cobbinah, S.J., Armah, F. A., Luginaah, I. (2013). Assessment of Cancer and Non-Cancer Health Risks from Exposure to PAHs in Street Dust in the Tamale Metropolis, Ghana. Journal of Environmental Science and Health: Part A 48,408-416.
  • Armah F.A., Luginaah I., Kuitunen M., Mkandawire P. (2012). Ecological Health Status of the Fosu Lagoon, Southern Ghana II: Environmental and Human Health Risk Assessment. Journal of Ecosystems and Ecography 2,107-116
  • Armah F.A., Ason, B. Luginaah, I., Essandoh, P.K. (2012). Characterisation of Macro-Benthic Fauna for Ecological health status of the Fosu and Benya Lagoons in Southern Ghana. Journal of Ecology and Field Biology 35(4),279-289
  • Armah F.A., Kuitunen M., Luginaah I., Mkandawire P. (2012). Non Occupational Health Risk Assessment from Exposure to Chemical Contaminants in the Gold Mining Environment of Tarkwa, Ghana. Trends in Applied Sciences Research, 7(3), 181-195
  • Luginaah I., Armah F.A. (2012). Non-Timber Forest Products and Human Health in the Context of Environmental Change. Human Evolution and Global Bioethics 27(1-3),103-109
  • Armah F.A., Luginaah, I., Ason, B. (2012). Water quality index in the Tarkwa Gold Mining Area in Ghana. Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies 11(2),1-15
  • Armah F.A., Luginaah I., Obiri S. (2012). Assessing Environmental Exposure and Health Impacts of Gold Mining in Ghana. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry 94(4), 786-798
  • Yawson, D.O, Armah, F. A., Okae-Anti, D., Essandoh, P.K., Afrifa E.K.A. (2011). Enhancing Spatial Data Accessibility in Ghana: Prioritisation of influencing factors using AHP. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research 6(1),290-310
  • Obiri, S., Cobbina, S.J., Armah, F.A., Naangmenyele Z. (2011). Quantification and characterisation of vehicle-based polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in street dust from the Tamale metropolis, Ghana. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. (18)7, 1166-1173.
  • Armah, F.A., Odoi, J.O., Yengoh, G.T., Obiri, S., Yawson, D.O., Afrifa, EK.A, (2011). Food security and climate change in drought-sensitive savannah zones of Ghana. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 16(3), 291-306
  • Armah, F.A., Obiri, S., Yawson, D.O., Afrifa, EK.A, Yengoh, G.T., Alkan Olsson, J., Odoi, J.O. (2011). Assessment of legal framework for corporate environmental behaviour and perceptions of residents in mining communities in Ghana. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 54(2), 193-209
  • Armah, F.A., Odoi, J.O., Yawson, D.O., Yengoh, G.T., Afrifa, EK.A, Pappoe, A.N.M. (2010). Mapping of noise risk zones derived from religious activities and perceptions in residential neighbourhoods in the Cape Coast metropolis, Ghana. Journal of Environmental Hazards: Human and Policy Dimensions 9(4), 358-368
  • Armah, F.A., Obiri, S., Yawson, D.O., Onumah, E.E., Yengoh, G.T., Afrifa, EK.A, Odoi, J.O (2010). Anthropogenic sources and environmentally relevant concentrations of heavy metals in surface water of a mining district in Ghana: a multivariate statistical approach. Journal of Environmental Science and Health: Part A. 45(13), 1804-1813
  • Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Afrifa, E.K.A., Dadzie, S.K.N. (2010). Ghana’s fertilizer subsidy policy: early field lessons from farmers in the central region. Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 12(3), 191-203
  • Yawson, D.O., Armah, F.A., Dadzie, S.K.N. (2010). Ghana’s Right to Information Bill: opportunity for SDI as a Technical Infrastructure. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research 5(1), 326-346
  • Yengoh, G.T., Tchuinte, A., Armah, F.A., Odoi, J.O. (2010). Impact of prolonged rainy seasons on food crop production in Cameroon.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 15(8), 825-841
  • Yengoh G.T., Armah F.A., Onumah E.E. (2010). Paths to Attaining Food Security: The Case of Cameroon. Challenges 1(1), 5-26
  • Parker, B.Q.; Osei, B.A.; Armah, F.A and Yawson, D.O. (2010). Impact of biomass burning on soil organic carbon and the release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere in the coastal savanna ecosystem of Ghana. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy 2, 033106-1-033106-7
  • Armah, F.A., Obiri, S., Yawson, D.O., Pappoe, A.N.M, Akoto, B. (2010). Mining and heavy metal pollution: assessment of aquatic environments of Tarkwa, Ghana using multivariate statistical analysis. Journal of Environmental Statistics 1(4), 1-13.
  • Bryant, I.M., Armah, F.A., Pappoe, A.N.M. (2010). Source specific quantification and characterisation of solid waste along a sandy beach in Cape Coast, Ghana. Theoretical and Empirical Researches in Urban Management 8(17), 49-63
  • Armah, F.A., Yawson, D.O, Yengoh, G.T, Odoi, J., Afrifa, E.K.A (2010). Impact of floods on livelihoods and vulnerability of natural resource dependent communities in Northern Ghana. Water 2(2), 120-139
  • Armah, F.A. Yawson, D.O., & A.N.M Pappoe (2010). A Systems Dynamics Approach to Explore the Link between Traffic Congestion and Air Pollution in the City of Accra, Ghana. Sustainability 2 (1), 252-265
  • Obiri, S.; Dodoo, D.K.; Essumang, D.K., & Armah, F.A. (2010). Cancer and non-cancer risk assessment from exposure to arsenic, cadmium and copper by resident adults and children in the Obuasi Municipality, Ghana. International Journal of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment. 16 (3), 651-665
  • Armah, F.A.; Yawson, D.O.; Pappoe, A.N.M, & Afrifa, E.K.A (2010). Participation and sustainable management of coastal lagoon ecosystems: the case of the Fosu lagoon in Ghana. Sustainability 2 (1), 383-399
  • Obiri, S.; Dodoo, D.K.; Armah, F.A.; Essumang, D.K. & Cobbina, S.J. (2010). Evaluation of lead and mercury neurotoxic health risk to resident children in the Obuasi Municipality, Ghana. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology 29 (3), 209-212
  • Yengoh, G.T.; Armah, F.A., & Odoi, J.O. (2010). Trends in agriculturally-relevant rainfall characteristics for small-scale agriculture in Northern Ghana. Journal of Agricultural Science 2(3), 3-16
  • Yengoh, G.T., Armah, F.A. and Svensson, M.G. (2009). Technology Adoption in small-scale agriculture: the case of Cameroon and Ghana. Science, Technology and Innovation Studies 5 (2), 111-131
  • Armah, F.A.; Yawson, D.O., & Alkan Olsson, J. (2009). The Gap between Theory and Practice of Stakeholder Participation: the case of the management of the Korle Lagoon, Ghana. Law, Environment, & Development Journal 5(1), 73-91
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    Associated Crosscutting Themes

  • Scale