ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Professor Paul Ajah is a professor at the Faculty of Oceanography, University of Calabar, Calabar, Nigeria. He received His Bachelor of Science degree from Imo State University, Uturu, Nigeria in 1988 from the Department of Agriculture-Biology, Master of Science degree from University of Benin, Benin City in Zoology (Hydrobiology/Fish Biology) in 1989 and PhD from the University of Calabar in Fisheries and Aquaculture in 1995. The author was the pioneer Head of both the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture, and the Department of Mariculture and Marine Fisheries Resources, University of Calabar. He has sought to widen his horizon by consulting with and writing EIA and PIA reports for several national and multinational environmental consultation outfits since 1992 to date including amongst others the following: Axxon-Mobil, Shell Petroleum, Agip oil, University of Calabar Consultancy Services (UNICALCONS), Prodec Fugro, Port Harcourt, Nigeria limited and Qualicon Nigeria Ltd. He has taught postgraduate students of Imo State University on environment management approaches and moderated several environmental consultation seminars in Ghana, such as “Waste and Waste management”, Friends of the Earth seminar etc. He was a Visiting Scholar to the Premier University of Ghana, Legon in 2001/ 2002. Prof. Paul Ajah loves the Lord of Heaven and earth, is an amiable young fellow and very much in love with nature. Prof. Paul Ajah is happily married to Mrs. Mabel Obioma P. Ajah and they Are blessed with two special children, Divine-Blessing and Daniel Ajah.
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