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Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J. and Akinyede, J. (2013) Residential-source emission inventory for the Niger delta: A methodological approach. Journal of Sustainable Development, 6 (6). ISSN 1913-9063

Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J. and Akinyede, J. (2013) The need for improved sensing technology for estimating concentrations of air pollutants at ground level in low-latitude climates. In: Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, Los Angeles, USA, April, 2013.

Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J. and Akinyede, J. (2013) A subjective assessment of the suitability of Sciamachy total column measurements to interpolate reliable concentration estimates over a low latitude region. In: The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Conference 2013 Confluence by the Bay - A Gathering of Geospatial Insights. , Baltimore, USA, March, 2013.

Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J. and Akinyede, J. (2012) Managing air quality in the Niger delta. In: Air Pollution XX, A Coruna, Spain, May, 2012.

Fagbeja, M., Hill, J., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J., Akinyede, J. and Adegoke, J. (2009) The need for improved sensing technology for estimating emissions and concentrations of pollution at ground-level in the lower latitudes space for Africa. In: 3rd International Academy of Astronautics Regional Conference Space for Africa: Joint Participation, Knowledge Development and Sharing, Abuja, Nigeria, 24th - 26th November, 2009.

Fagbeja, M., Chatterton, T., Longhurst, J., Akinyede, J. and Adegoke, J. (2008) Air pollution and management in the Niger Delta - emerging issues. In: Brebbia, C. and Longhurst, J., eds. (2008) Air Pollution XVI. Southampton: WIT Press, pp. 207-216. ISBN 9781845641276

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