skip to Main Content

About

Adekunle S. Raji is a computational geographer (Remote Sensing, GIS, & Spatial Statistics) and a lecturer at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources in Effurun (FUPRE), Nigeria. His work focuses on modeling the water-land-climate nexus, spatial data science, dynamics of tropical ecosystem services, and spatial dimensions of geohazard within the framework of sustainability. He is an alumnus of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) with a PhD in Geography & Planning.
Adekunle is a member of: the Global Land Programme; the Future Earth; the Worldwide Hydrobiogeochemical Observation Network for Dynamic River Systems (WHONDRS) and a Research Fellow of the IFRA (Institut Français de Recherche en Afrique), Nigeria. He has received trainings on earth-observation, climate change, land change science from NASA, USGS and NCAR.

He has participated in a number of global conferences coordinated by the American Geophysical Union (AGU), Aspen Global Climate Institute, African Association of the Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE), Association of Nigerian Geographers (ANG), Nigerian Environment Society (NES) among others. He is a co-chair of the Inter-University Study Group on Environmental Management, Modeling and Tropical Geomorphometry between the FUPRE and UNILAG. He is also a journal reviewer with Springer, EUROGEO, and UNILAG.

Ecosystem Service ModelingGeo-Environmental ScienceGeospatial ResearchGISLand change scienceRemote Sensing

Related people