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Dr. Udeme I. Enin

 

Research Reader of Biological Oceanography

 

Contact Details:

  • Postal Address:   

        Institute of Oceanography,

        University of Calabar, P. M. B. 1115,

        Calabar, Cross River State 540004, Nigeria.

 

   

 

Education:

  • B. Sc (Hons.) Biology (Fisheries Biology) – 2nd Class Upper Division, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 1982.

  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Marine Affairs, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1991.

  • Ph.D in Fisheries & Aquaculture, University of Calabar, Nigeria, 1995.

  • Post-Doctoral Fellowship of Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, at Institute for Baltic Sea Fishery (IOR), Rostock, Germany, June 2001 – December 2002.

  • German Language Course at Goethe-Institute, Bremen, Germany, 05 June – 27 September 2001.

  • GKSS – Forschungszentrum Visiting Fellowship, at Institute of Marine Science (IfM), Kiel, Germany, October – December 1992.

  • Participation in International Ocean Institute (IOI) Training Program on Marine Resource Management with special emphasis on the Resources of the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 10 June to 16 August 1991.

  • Participation in IOI Training Program on Deep Sea-Bed Mining for Managers, Policy and Project Planners, at State Oceanic Administration (SOA), National Marine Data and Information Service (NMDIS), Tianjin, China, 19 June – 21 July 1995.

 

Research Interests

  • Fishery resources assessment in the mangrove, estuarine and marine systems.

  • Impact of climate change on coastal ecosystems and fisheries.

  • Environmental impact assessment (EIA) in areas of petroleum industry operations in Nigeria.

  • Fisheries oceanography.

 

Current Research

  • Modelling of Nigerian trawl fisheries using Surplus Production Model.

  • Size Spectra of the demersal fish community in the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria.

  • Fish by-catch and by-catch reduction devices (BRDs) in the Nematopalaemon hastatus beam trawl fishery in the coastal waters of Nigeria.

  • Fish by-catch in the industrial shrimp fishery of the inshore waters of Nigeria.

 

Graduate Student Supervision

  • Diet composition of Chrysichthys nigrodigitatus and Pseudotolithus elongatus in the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria, M. Sc Thesis by Philomena Asuquo. 2001. 133 p. (completed).

  • Studies on the biology, ecology and fishery impact of Macrobrachium shrimps of the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria, Ph. D Thesis by Francis M. Nwosu. 2000. 204 p. (completed).

  • Aspects of the population biology of bonga, Ethmalosa fimbriata (Bowdich 1825) (Clupeidae) in the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria, Ph. D Thesis by Daniel E. Ama-Abasi. 2002. 179 p. (completed).

  • Studies on the by-catch reduction devices in the White Shrimp fishery using beam trawl off the coast of Lagos, Nigeria. Ph. D Thesis by Eyo E. Ambrose. 2009. 204 p. (completed).

  • Effects of feeding and stocking density on the growth performance of Clarias gariepinus in concrete tanks, fiberglass tanks, and in earthen ponds. Ph. D Thesis by Abasiama Edeghe. 2010. 166 p. (defended: 01 February 2010).

 

Honours and Awards

  • Donation of Books worth €1000.00 from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, Germany (September to November 2005).

  • Equipment Donation valued at € 26,388.00 (or Naira 4.3 million as of March 2004) from Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Bonn, Germany (March 2004).

  • Georg Forster Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, at Institute of Baltic Sea Fishery, Rostock, Germany (June 2001 – December 2002).

  • GKSS – Forschungszentrum Fellowship, at Institute of Marine Science, Kiel, Germany, October to December 1992.

  • Scholar of International Centre for Ocean Development (ICOD), Halifax, Canada, September 1990 to May 1991.

  • Scholar of International Ocean Institute (IOI), Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 10 June to 16 August 1991.

  • Scholar of State Oceanic Administration (SOA) of China, Tianjin, China, 19 June to 21 July 1995.

  • University of Calabar, Post-Graduate Scholar, 1985 – 1987.

  • Cross River State Government University Scholar, 1979 – 1982.

 

Courses Taught

            (a) Undergraduate:

·         Fisheries I

  • Remedial Biology

  • Introductory Vertebrate Zoology

  • Fish Zoogeography and Taxonomy

  • Basic Fisheries Statistics

  • Introduction to Oceanography

  • Introductory Biology

  • Introductory Fish Biology

  • General Biology I

  • General Biology II

  • Introductory Marine Biology I

  • General Vertebrate Zoology

  • Limnology

  • Marine Ecology

  • Statistics for Marine Sciences

  • Fish Population Biology

  • Marine Fishery Resources and Management

  • Marine Policy

  • Fisheries Oceanography

  • Biostatistics

  • Biological Techniques

  • Hydrobiology

  • Marine Biology

  • Research Methodology

  • Soil Ecology

 

(b) Post-Graduate:

  • Fish Population Dynamics and Stock Assessment

  • Statistics and Sampling Techniques for Fishery Biology

  • Principles of Fisheries Management

  • Coastal Resources Protection and Conservation

  • Coastal Zone Management Strategies

  • Fishery Statistics and Biometry

 

Professional Affiliations

  • Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON)

  • Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC)

  • Member, Network of Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries Professionals (NTAFP), The WorldFish Center (formerly ICLARM), Penang, Malaysia.

  • Pan-African Fish and Fisheries Association (PAFFA), Nairobi, Kenya.

  • American Fisheries Society (AFS)

  • Nigerian Environmental Society (NES)

  • Alexander von Humboldt Club of Nigeria

 

Conferences Attended

  • 21st Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria, Calabar, 13th – 17th November, 2006.

Paper: Ama-Abasi, D., S. Holzlöhner & U. Enin. 2006. Current rate of exploitation of bonga by the purse seine fishery in the Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters, Nigeria. 10p.

 

  • African Fish and Fisheries: Diversity and Utilization, 3rd International Conference of the Pan-African Fish and Fisheries Association (PAFFA), Cotonou, Benin Republic, 10 - 14 November, 2003.

Paper: Holzlöhner, S., U. I. Enin, D. Ama-Abasi & F. M. Nwosu. 2003. Species composition and catch rates of the gillnet fishery in the central Cross River Estuary, SE Nigeria. 15p.

 

  • 17th Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), Uyo, 18 - 22 November, 2002.

Paper: Holzlöhner, S., U. I. Enin & F. M. Nwosu. 2002. Distribution of fishing gears in

                   the inner Cross River estuary, southeast Nigeria. 11 pp.

Paper: Ita, E. O., U. I. Enin & F. M. Nwosu. 2002. Research needs for sustainable

                   fisheries development: a case study of the Nigerian marine fisheries policy.

                   16 pp.

 

  • International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Annual Science Conference and Centenary, Copenhagen, Denmark, 1 - 5 October 2002.

Paper: Enin, U. I. and J. Gröger. 2002. Fish community size structure in the

                   Mecklenburg Bight and Arkona Basin in the Baltic Sea, in the decade 1991 to

                   2000. ICES CM 2002/L: 24. 17p.

 

  • 9th Annual Conference of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC), Owerri, 25 - 29 September, 2000.

Paper: Enin, U. I., S. Holzlöhner & D. E. Ama-Abasi. 2000. Catch structure of the

                   multispecies gill net fishery in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. 14p.

 

  • 7th Annual Scientific Conference of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC), Port Harcourt, 1 - 5 December 1998.

Paper: Enin, U. I. 1998. The life history cycle of the Brackish River Prawn

                   (Macrobrachium macrobrachion Herklots 1851) in the Cross River estuary,

                   Nigeria. 9p.

 

  • PARADI/FISA African Fish and Fisheries: Biodiversity and Utilization Conference. Grahamstown, South Africa, 13 - 19 September 1998.

Paper: Enin, U. I. 1998. Dynamics of Nematopalaemon hastatus (Palaemonidae)

                   population of the coastal waters of Nigeria. 18p.

Paper: Nwosu, F. M. , S. Holzlohner & U. Enin. 1998. The catch-per-unit effort of the

                   artisanal shrimp fishery on Macrobrachium spp. (Palaemonidae) in the Cross

                   River estuary. Nigeria. 6p.

  • 14th Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), Ibadan, 19 - 23 January 1998.

Paper: Holzlöhner, S., U. Enin & F. M. Nwosu. 1998. Distribution of the fishing boats

                   and gears in the inner Cross River estuary. 11p

 

  • 6th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC), Calabar, 26-27 November 1997.

Paper: Enin, U. I. 1997. The overfishing of Nigeria’s inshore demersal fishery resources.

                   13p.

Paper: Nwosu, F. M. and U. I. Enin. 1997. Poverty as a constraint to biological

                   conservation and sustainable living: a perspective. 9p.

 

  • Seminar on Cross River Basin - Nature and Culture, Old Residency Museum, Calabar, 19-20 May 1997.

Paper: Enin, U. I. and P. O. Ajah. 1997. The diversity of fishery fauna in the Cross River

                   system. 26p.

Paper: Enin, U. I., S. Holzlöhner and F. M. Nwosu. 1997. Survey of the fishing villages

                   of the inner Cross River estuary, Nigeria. 43p.

 

  • 4th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation (NSBC), Uyo, 27-30 September 1995.

Paper: Enin, U. I. 1995. Identification of the Cross River estuary as a suitable

                   demonstration area for integrated coastal zone management in Nigeria. 24p.

 

  • 1st Scientific Conference on the Fish and Fisheries of Southeastern Nigeria, Uyo, 4-5 October, 1995.

Paper: Enin, U. I. 1995. The life history cycle and generation time of the estuarine prawn

                   (Nematopalaemon hastatus Aurivillius 1898) of the Cross River estuary. 10p.

 

  • 29th Annual Conference of the Science Association of Nigeria (SAN), Calabar, May 1988.

Paper: Enin, U. I., U. Löwenberg and T. Künzel. 1988. Preliminary report on the catch-

                   per-unit effort data of artisanal shrimp fishery of the outer Cross River

                   estuary, Nigeria. Bull. Science Association of Nigeria 14(1): 163-164

                   (Abstract).

 

  • First National Workshop on Oceanography, Calabar, 26-27th June 1986.

 

  • Second Annual Conference of Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), Calabar, 25-27 January, 1982.

 

Consultancy Services Rendered:

  • Served on the Study Group on Biotechnology Strategy, Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Water Resources, Abuja (October – November, 2009).

 

  • Served on Nigeria’s Vision 2020 National Technical Working Group (NTWG) on Agriculture and Food Security, Abuja (April to September 2009).

 

  • Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Zone: Non-Hydrocarbon Marine

Resources Survey. Phase II – Field Survey. For Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority (JDA), Abuja (On-going Project).

 

  • Catch Assessment Survey (CAS) of fisheries in the southern Cross River State.

For Fisheries Development Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Calabar, Cross River State (First Phase: 2007 to 2008 – Concluded; Second Phase: 2008 to 2010 – On-going).

 

  • Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Zone: Non-Hydrocarbon Marine

Resources Survey. Phase 1 – Data Availability Report. For Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority (JDA), Abuja (2007).

 

  • Desk Top Environmental Impact Assessment of Boubouwei-Bou Exploratory /

Appraisal Well Drilling Project. For Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (March/April, 2007).

 

  • Desk Top Environmental Impact Assessment of Elepa Appraisal Well Drilling Project.

For Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (March/April, 2007).

 

  • Angalalei Siltation Study, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. For Shell Petroleum Development          Company (Nig.) Ltd. (1998).

 

  • Stock assessment of fish and shellfish species in the Cross River estuary. Annual Report to Nationally Coordinated Research (NCRP) of National Agricultural Research Project (NARP) of Nigeria. (1997).

 

  • Stock assessment of fish and shellfish species in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. Annual Report to National Agricultural Research Project (NARP) of Nigeria. (1998).

 

  • Environmental Evaluation Report (EER) Project at Upomami Tank Farm and Batan Metering Station in Delta State of Nigeria. For ELF Petroleum Nig. Ltd. (1996 - 1997).

 

  • Management Consultancy of Iko Town Fish Drying and Preservation Facility. For

Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (1996).

 

  • FEPA/World Bank/Cross River State Environmental Protection Agency – Organized, State Environmental Action Plan (SEAP) Report (1996).

 

  • Baseline survey of fishing settlements in Akwa Ibom, Cross River and Rivers States - Final Report. A study commissioned by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). (1993).

 

  • Establishment of fish drying and preservation facilities at Iko Town, Ikot Abasi. A feasibility study for Shell Petroleum Development Company. (1992)

 

  • Post-impact study of the ‘Mystery’ oil spill in Akata and Ntafre villages in Mobil Producing Nigeria Operational Area of Akwa Ibom State. For Mobil Producing Nigeria. (1992).

 

  • Oso field condensate production, gas gathering and reinjection project: environmental impact. For Mobil Producing Nigeria. (1990).

 

  • Education for children of migrant fishermen in the Cross River State of Nigeria. For Cross River State Ministry of Education, Calabar. (1990).

 

Publications

Thesis/Dissertations:

  • Enin, U. I. 1982. An assessment of methods of age determination in Chrysichthys

         nigrodigitatus (Pisces: Bagridae). B. Sc Dissertation, University of

         Calabar. Nigeria. 45p.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1991. On the sustainable development of the inshore fisheries of Nigeria.

         Post-Graduate Diploma Thesis, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. 73p.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1994. The artisanal shrimp fishery of the outer Cross River Estuary, Nigeria.

         Ph. D Thesis, University of Calabar, Nigeria. 204p.

 

Technical Reports:

  • Enin, U. I., T. Edet, O. Kooffreh, P. E. Essessien and M. Ojugo. 2008. Catch Assessment Survey (CAS) of fisheries in the southern Cross River State. For Fisheries Development Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Calabar, Cross River State. 21p.

 

  • Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Zone: Non-Hydrocarbon Marine

Resources Survey. Phase 1 – Data Availability Report. For Nigeria – Sao Tome and Principe Joint Development Authority (JDA), Abuja (2007). 158 p.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 2007. The Lower Niger River dredging: the wider economic benefits. A Position Paper to the Sensitization Campaign Forum on the Dredging of the Lower River Niger Project and Safety Awareness on Inland Navigable Waterways, Calabar, 21 September 2007. Organized by National Inland Waterways Authority, Lokoja, Kogi State. 13p.

 

  • Desk Top Environmental Impact Assessment of Boubouwei-Bou Exploratory /

Appraisal Well Drilling Project. For Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (March/April, 2007).

 

  • Desk Top Environmental Impact Assessment of Elepa Appraisal Well Drilling Project.

For Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (March/April, 2007).

 

  • Angalalei Siltation Study, Bayelsa State, Nigeria. For Shell Petroleum Development          Company (Nig.) Ltd. (1998).

 

  • Holzlöhner, S., U. I. Enin, F. M. Nwosu & D. E. Ama-Abasi. 1998. Stock assessment

of fish and shellfish species in the Cross River estuary. Annual Report to Nationally Coordinated Research (NCRP) of National Agricultural Research Project (NARP) of Nigeria. 50p.

 

  • Holzlöhner, S., U. I. Enin & F. M. Nwosu. 1997. Stock assessment of fish and

shellfish species in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. Annual Report to National Agricultural Research Project (NARP) of Nigeria. 39p.

 

  • ELF Petroleum Nig. Ltd. Environmental Evaluation Report (EER) Project at Upomami

Tank Farm and Batan Metering Station in Delta State of Nigeria. For ELF Petroleum Nig. Ltd. (1996 - 1997).

 

  • Mbipom, E. W., A. I. Obiekezie, U. I. Enin and P. J. Udo. 1996. Management Consultancy of Iko Town Fish Drying and Preservation Facility. For Shell Petroleum Development Company (Nig.) Ltd. (1996).

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1996. Cross River State Environmental Action Plan (SEAP) Report:

Fisheries and Water Resources. For FEPA/World Bank/Cross River State Environmental Protection Agency (CREPA), Calabar. 85p.

 

  • Antai, E. E., A. I. Obiekezie, U. I. Enin & E. Enyenihi. 1993. Baseline survey of

fishing settlements in Akwa Ibom, Cross River and Rivers States - Final Report. A study commissioned by International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). 37p. +3 Appendices.

 

  • Mbipom, E. W., A. I. Obiekezie, U. I. Enin and P. J. Udo. 1992. Establishment of

fish drying and preservation facilities at Iko Town, Ikot Abasi. A feasibility study for Shell Petroleum Development Company. 24p.+ 3 Appendices.

  • Enyenihi, U. K., A. I. Obiekezie,________, U. I. Enin et al. 1992. Post-impact study

of the ‘Mystery’ oil spill in Akata and Ntafre villages in Mobil Producing Nigeria Operational Area of Akwa Ibom State. For Mobil Producing Nigeria. 86p.+ Appendices.

 

  • Enyenihi, U. K., A. I. Obiekezie,________, U. I. Enin et al. 1990.Oso field

condensate production, gas gathering and reinjection project: environmental

      impact. For Mobil Producing Nigeria. 70p.

 

  • Enyenihi, U. K., A. I. Obiekezie,________, U. I. Enin et al. 1990. Education for

children of migrant fishermen in the Cross River State of Nigeria. For Cross River State Ministry of Education, Calabar. 30p.

 

Refereed Journal Articles:

  • Ambrose, E. E., U. I. Enin & P. E. Lebo. 2009. A trouser bag experiment that

quantifies by-catch species escaping from a modified shrimp beam trawl codend

 with excluder device. Journal of Aquatic Sciences 24 (1): 40 – 45.

 

  • Ambrose, E. E., P. E. Lebo & U. I. Enin. 2008. Bycatch reduction in the white shrimp,

Nematopalaemon hastatus, fishery of Nigeria using codend with square mesh

 panel. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries 5 (2): 146 – 157.

 

  • Ambrose, E. E., P. E. Lebo, & U. I. Enin. 2008. Recovery and escape sizes of croakers

(Family: Sciaenidae) caught by modified shrimp beam trawl codend with excluder

device in the Nigerian nearshore sea. Nigerian Journal of Fisheries 5 (2):

184 – 194.

 

  • Holzlöhner, S., U. I. Enin, D. E. Ama-Abasi and F. M. Nwosu. 2007. Species

composition and catch rates of the gillnet fishery in the Central Cross River Estuary, SE Nigeria. Journal of Afrotropical Zoology, Special Issue 2007:

107-112.

 

  • Enin, U. I., E. I. Chukwu, P. O. Ajah, D. E. Ama-Abasi & F. M. Nwosu (eds.). 2007.

            Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria

            (FISON), Calabar, 13 – 17 November, 2006. 412 p.

 

  • Ama-Abasi, D., S. Holzlöhner & U. Enin. 2007. The current rate of exploitation of

bonga by the purse seine fishery in the Cross River Estuary and adjacent coastal waters, Nigeria. In: Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference of the Fisheries Society of Nigeria (FISON), Calabar, 13 – 17 November, 2006. p. 41 – 45.

 

  • Nwosu, F. M., S. Holzlöhner & U. I. Enin. 2007. The exploited population of the

brackish river prawn (Macrobrachium macrobrachion Herklots 1851) in the

Cross River estuary, Nigeria. Scientia Marina 71 (1): 115-121.

 

 

  • Enin, U. I., J. Gröger & C. Hammer. 2004. Species and length composition of fish in

the south-western Baltic Sea. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 20 (5): 369-375.

 

  • Enin U. I. & J. Gröger. 2004. An assessment of the biomass production theory in the

Baltic Sea using fish landings data. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 20 (5):

362-368.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 2004. Influence of rainfall on the dynamics of two prawn populations in

the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences

10 (4): 525-533.

 

  • Ama-Abasi, D., S. Holzlöhner & U. Enin. 2004. The dynamics of the exploited

population of Ethmalosa fimbriata (Bowdich, 1825, Clupeidae) in the Cross River

Estuary and adjacent Gulf of Guinea. Fisheries Research 68: 225–235.

 

·      Holzlöhner, S, F. M. Nwosu, & U. I. Enin. 2004. Fishing effort statistics of theartisanal fisheries of the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 10 (2): 249-256.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 2003. The life history cycle of the brackish river prawn (Macrobrachium

macrobrachion Herklots 1851) in the Cross River Estuary, Nigeria. Afr. J.

Environ. Pollut. Health 2 (1&2): 29-34.

 

  • Enin, U. I. & J. Gröger. 2002. Fish community size structure in the Mecklenburg

Bight and Arkona Basin in the Baltic Sea, in the decade 1991 to 2000. ICES CM 2002/L: 24 (Census of Marine Life). 17p.

 

  • Enin, U. I. & S. E. Enidiok. 2002. Length-weight relationship, condition factor and

feeding habits of Cynoglossus senegalensis (Kaup 1858) in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. African Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture 3: 31 - 42.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 2000. Seasonal dynamics of the mangrove-associated fishery for Macrobrachium shrimps in the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. African Journal of Fisheries and Aquaculture 2: 75 - 84.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1998. The Macrobrahium fishery of the Cross River estuary, Nigeria.

Archiv of Fishery and Marine Research 46 (3): 263 - 272.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1998. The life history cycle and generation time of the estuarine prawn (Nematopalaemon hastatus, Aurivillius 1898) of the Cross River estuary, Nigeria.

In: R. P. King & B. S. Moses (ed.) Fish and fisheries of Southeastern Nigeria 1: 60 - 66. Department of Zoology, University of Uyo, Nigeria.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1997. Formulation of management strategies for two exploited West

African prawn populations. Fisheries Management and Ecology 4 (4): 301 - 309.

  • Enin, U. I. 1997. The overfishing of Nigeria’s inshore demersal fishery resources. Transactions of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation 6: 1 - 5.

 

  • Nwosu, F. M. & Enin, U. I. 1997. Poverty as a constraint to biological conservation

and sustainable living: a perspective. Transactions of Nigerian Society for Biological Conservation 6: 55 - 58.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1997. The Cross River estuary as a model for integrated coastal zone management in Nigeria. Transactions of Nigerian Society for Biological

Conservation 5: 16 - 23.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1996. On modeling and management of capture fisheries: one view.

Naga, The ICLARM Quarterly 19 (4): 45 - 47.

 

  • Enin, U. I., U. Löwenberg & T. Künzel 1996. Population dynamics of the estuarine

prawn (Nematopalaemon hastatus, Aurivillius 1898) of the southeast coast of Nigeria. Fisheries Research 26 (1-2): 17 - 35.

 

  • Enin, U. I., 1995. First estimates of growth, mortality and recruitment parameters of Macrobrachium macrobrachion Herklots 1851, in the Cross River estuary,

Nigeria. Dana 11 (1): 29 - 38.

 

  • Enin, U. I., 1994. Length-weight parameters and condition factor of two West African prawns. Revue d’ Hydrobiologie Tropicale 27 (2): 121 - 127.

 

  • Enin, U. I. 1993. Biomass spectrum analysis of the Nigerian inshore demersal fishery.

J. Applied Ichthyol. 9 (3-4): 171 - 174.

 

  • Enin, U. I., U. Löwenberg & T. Künzel. 1991. The Nematopalaemon hastatus

(estuarine prawn) fishery in the outer estuarine region of the Cross River, Nigeria. Archiv für Fischereiwissenschaft 41 (1): 67 - 88.

 

  • Enin, U. I., U. Löwenberg & T. Künzel 1989. The artisanal inshore shrimp fishery

off the Cross River estuary, Nigeria. Fishbyte 7 (3): 6 - 10.

 

  • Künzel, T., U. Löwenberg, E. O. Ita, E. Ekpenyong, U. I. Enin, L. Etim, E N. Mah-

Essiet & P. Udo. 1986. Investigations on Pellonula sp. (Clupeidae) along the Cross River, Nigeria. Ann. Rep.Kainji Lake Res. Inst. 1985, p. 51 - 57.

 

Any other Useful Information

Actively collaborating with Dr. habil. Joachim Groeger, Institute for Sea Fisheries, Federal Research Board for Fisheries, Hamburg, Germany, in the area of Biomass Production Theory and Impact of Climate Change on Fish Communities and Ecosystems.

 

 

 

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