OAU Don Wins African Geographical Review Prize 2017/2018
The African Geographical Review ( AGR) is a refereed journal published in association with the African Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers.
The journal provides a medium for the publication of geographical material relating to Africa. It seeks to enhance the standing of African regional geography and to promote a better representation of African scholarship.
The AGR is the successor journal to the East African Geographical Review (EAGR) which was founded by the Ugandan Geographical Society at Makerere University, Uganda, in 1963.
In the 2016 awards, the AGR Editorial Board adjudged OAU Don, Dr. Ayansina Ayanlade to have written the 3rd best paper published in the journal.
” The paper:
Ayanlade, Ayansina, and Michael T. Howard “Environmental impacts of oil production in the Niger Delta: remote sensing and social survey examination”,African Geographical Review, Vol. 35(3), pp.272-293, 2016 (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/19376812.2016.1209121)
has been selected by the African Geographical Review (AGR) editorial board as the 3rd best paper in 2016.”
The paper is one of the publications from Dr.Ayanlade’s PhD research supervised by Michael T. Howard in the Kings’ College, University of London. Dr.Ayanlade is a lecturer in the Department of Geography, OAU.