Dr. Addo Koranteng
Senior Research Fellow
Institute of Research, Innovation and Development
DR. ADDO KORANTENG has received his PhD in Forest Sciences, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Poland in 2016. Currently, he is working as Senior Research Fellow in Kumasi Technical University in Institute of Research, Innovation and Development. He is a member in Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana (POTAG). His research has included Assessment of Forest Cover and Land use, The Effect Of Lepidopterous Stem Borers On Maize Plants
Assessment of Forest Cover and Land use The Effect Of Lepidopterous Stem Borers On Maize Plants
Koranteng A, Zawiła-Niedźwiecki T, Kombat D. Land use dynamics in rural-urban environs : a study of the Kumasi metropolis and its adjoining districts – Ghana. Teledetekcja Środowiska. 2015; 52(1):67–85.
Koranteng A, Zawila-Niedzwiecki T. Forest Loss and Other Dynamic Land Use Changes in the Western Region of Ghana. Journal of Environment Protection and Sustainable Development. 2016;2(2):7–16.
Koranteng A, Zawila-Niedzwiecki T, Adu-Poku I. Remote Sensing Study Of Land Use/cover Change In West Africa. Journal of Environment Protection and Sustainable Development. 2016; 2(3):17–31.
Koranteng A, Zawiła-Niedźwiecki T. REDD Mechanism in Forest Cover and Land Use Change in Ghana. Teledetekcja Środowiska. 2017.