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ADZANDEH EMMANUEL AYILA

Gender - Male

Nationality - Nigerian

Contact Email - ayilaj@yahoo.com; ayilaj@rectas.org

Tel Number: +234 082 729 8995

Rank/Position:Lecturer I

Educational/Professional Qualification:M.Sc. Surveying & Geoinformatics, M.Sc. Information Technology, PGD Surveying & Geoinformatics, B.Sc. Physics/REGISTERED SURVEYOR

Department: Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing

Area of Specialization:Remote Sensing; Flood Vulnerability; Modelling; Land Cover Change; Hydrographic Surveying

Research Interest:

     • Flood Vulnerability Measurement; Modelling; Floodplain and River Channel Change; Land Cover Change

Research/Publications List
  • Adzandeh, E.A., Fabiyi O.O., and Bello, Y.A., (2014). Statistical Analysis of Urban Growth in Kano Metropolis, Nigeria. International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis. Vol. 2, No. 1, p. 50-56.
  • Bello, I.E., Adzandeh, E.A., and Rilwani, M.L., (In Press). Geoinformatics Characterization of Drainage Systems within Muya Watershed in the Upper Niger Drainage Basin, Nigeria. Selected after peer review process for publication in International Journal of Research in Earth and Environmental Sciences (IJREES) in Volume 2: Issue 3 July, 2014.
  • Olayinka, D.N., Adzandeh, E.A., and Luther Edet E., (2014). Water Clarity Mapping of Lekki Lagoon using Remote Sensing and Least Square Regression Model. Peer-Reviewed Paper. Proceding of the 10th African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE) International Conference, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, 27-31 October, 2014 on Space Technologies for Societal Benefits in Africa. Abstract Book, p99.
  •  Jesuleye, I.A., Oyinloye, R., Adzandeh, E.A., and Eguaroje, E., (2013). "Geospatial Assessment and Monitoring of the Dynamics of Urban Expansion of Ogbomoso, South-Western Nigeria". Research Journal of Environmental Earth Sciences. Maxwell Science Publications. 5(12): 720-727.
  • Nwilo, P.C., Olayinka, D.N., Erege, U. K. and Adzandeh, E.A., (2012). SCS Curve Number and GIS Approach to Rainfall Runoff Estimation in Ogun Sub-Watershed. Journal of Engineering Research. JER-17, No. 1, p 42-55. ISSN: 0795-2333.
  • Nwilo, P.C., Olayinka, D.N., and Adzandeh, E.A., (2012). Flood Modelling and Vulnerability Assessment of Settlements in the Adamawa State Floodplain using GIS and Cellular Framework Approach. Global Journal of Human Social Science. 12, Issue 3, Version 1.0. ISSN: 2249-460X. Pp11-20.
  • Nwilo, P.C., Olayinka, D.N., Adzandeh, E.A., Ajala S.A., Amode O.S., Sulemanu-Adams F.A., Ituludiegu O., Aromiri O.O., Ezzike N., and Ope A. (2012): A Geospatial Mapping and Analysis for Erosion Management in parts of South-East Nigeria. Environmental Technology and Science Journal (ETSJ). Volume 5, No.1, p104-123. ISSN:2006-0459..
  • Olayinka, D.N., Nwilo, C.P., Adzandeh E.A., and Oludiji S.M., (2012). Flood Mapping and Land Use Progress for Ogun River Catchment. Nigeria Journal of Surveying and Geoinformatics. Vol. 4, No1, p 5-24. ISSN: 0189-8914.
  • Nwilo, PC., Ikhuoria, I.I., Keita, M.S., Fabiyi, S., Adzandeh, E.A., Adagbasa, E., Yesuf, G., Ige Olumide O.O., and Olayinka, D.N., (2012). Assessing and Modelling Flood Disaster using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques: A Case Study of Ibadan City, Nigeria. Peer-Reviewed Paper. Proceding of the 9th African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE) International Conference, El Jadida, Morocco, October 29-November2, 2012 on Earth Observation & Geo-information Science for Environment and Development in Africa: Global Vision and Local Action Synergy. Abstract Book, p212.
  • Nwilo, P.C., Olayinka, D.N., Okolie C.J., and Adzandeh, E.A., (2012): Transformation of Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) Digital Elevation Data to Nigeria Height System. FUTY Journal of the Environment. Voume 7, Number1,. p 73-89. ISBN:1597-8826.. http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/fje.v7i1.6.
  • Olayinka, D.N., Nwilo, P.C., Adefarati A.S., Adzandeh, E. Ayila., and Atagbaza, A., (2012) Landuse Expansion and its Effect on Land Surface Temperature in Ifo Local Government Area of Ogun State. Nigeria Journal of Surveying and Geoinformatics. Vol. 4, No1, p 55-71. ISSN: 0189-8914.
  • Nwilo, P.C., Olayinka, D.N., Uwadiegwu, I., and Adzandeh, E.A., (2011). An Assessment and Mapping of Gully Erosion Hazards in Abia State: A GIS Approach. Journal of Sustainable Development, Canada. ID 10973- Vol.4, No. 5, p196.
CONFERENCE PAPERS
  • Olayinka, D.N., Nwilo, P.C., and Adzandeh, E.A., (2013). From Catchment to Reach: Predictive Modelling of Floods in Nigeria. TS06D-Hydrography in Practice. Technical Proceedings for the International Federation of Surveyor (FIG 2013) Annual conference on Surveying Disaster Management and Global Warming. 06-10th May, 2013 at the International Conference Centre, Abuja, Nigeria. .
  • Okolie, C.J., Adzandeh, E.A., and Olayinka, D.N., (2012). Geospatial Approach for Harnessing Nigerian’s Tourism Potential. Proceedings joint Conference of Geoinformation Society of Nigeria (GEOSON) & Nigeria Cartographic Association (NCA) on Geospatial Technologies and Digital Cartography for National Security and Disaster Management. 19-22 November, 2012 at the Regional Centre for Training in Aerospace Surveys, OAU, Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria, p25-37.
  • Olayinka, D.N., Nwilo, C.P., Adzandeh, E.A., (2012). Predictive Modelling Of Floods In Nigeria: Could They Have Been Prevented? Technical Proceedings for 47th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and conference of the Nigeria Institution of Surveyors on Surveying Disaster Management and Global Warming. 25-29th June, 2012 at Ilorin, Kware State, Nigeria.