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Assoc Prof Dr  Mosunmola Lydia Adeleke | climate changes | Women Researcher Award

Reader at  The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

Dr. Mrs. Mosunmola Lydia Adeleke is a distinguished Nigerian academic, renowned for her expertise in Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology. Born in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, she has established herself as a leading figure in the field of Resource Economics.


Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Resource Economics, February 2014 (Thesis: Adaptation of Artisanal Fisherfolks to Climate Change in Coastal Areas of Ondo State, Nigeria).
  • Awards: Best graduating female student, Deans’ List, Outstanding African Women in Agriculture Research and Development (AWARD) Fellow.

📚 Work Experience:

  • Current Position (Oct 2023 – Present): Associate Professor, Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture Technology, FUTA.
  • Previous Positions: Senior Lecturer and Researcher (Oct 2020 – Sep 2023), Lecturer I and Researcher (Oct 2017 – Sep 2020)

🏆 Fellowship Awards:

  • Mujeres for Africa Foundation, Spain (2022), AWARD Fellow (2016), AGNES Grant for Junior Researchers (2015), and others.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Mrs. Mosunmola Lydia Adeleke’s extensive research portfolio encompasses climate change adaptation and its impacts on fisheries, particularly in the coastal regions of Nigeria and Egypt. Her work spans various dimensions, including artisanal fisher folks’ adaptation strategies, fish farmers’ perceptions of climate change, and the broader implications for biodiversity, ecosystem degradation, and livelihood management. With a significant contribution to literature on climate change resilience, her research delves into the technical characteristics and practices influencing fish production in the face of environmental change. Additionally, she actively addresses legal and policy frameworks for small-scale fisheries, unlocking global illustrations for sustainable practices. 🌊🐟🔍


Dr. Mrs. Mosunmola Lydia Adeleke’s impactful research has garnered significant recognition since 2019:

🔍 Citations:

  • Total Citations: 299
  • Citations Since 2019: 261

📈 h-index:

  • h-index: 10 (Reflecting 10 publications with at least 10 citations each)

📊 i10-index:

  • i10-index: 12 (Denoting 12 publications with at least 10 citations each on Google Scholar)

These metrics underscore the substantial influence and academic impact of her work within the scholarly community. 📖👩‍🔬✨

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Mosunmola Lydia Adeleke | climate changes | Women Researcher Award

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