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Geography and EnvironmentPostgraduate study
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T.Adole@soton.ac.uk

Mrs Tracy Adole BSc (Hons) Microbiology, University of Benin, Nigeria. First Class Honours, MSc Environmental Assessment and Management, University of East Anglia, UK.

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Mrs Tracy Adole is Postgraduate research student within Geography and Environment at the University of Southampton.

Prior to my PhD, I was working as Project Officer, National Coalition of Gas Flaring and Oil Spills in the Niger Delta (NACGOND) and Research Officer/Acting Registrar, Uptonville Oil and Gas Institute, both in Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Amongst numerous programmes and project carried out are; Joint Investigation Visits (JIVs), Independent Verification of UNEP recommendation specific to Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) in Ogoniland, Port Harcourt city flood and environmental management using Geographic Information System (GIS) and other environmental assessment processes.

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Research interests

Remote sensing of vegetation growth and dynamics, vegetation feedbacks on climate, modelling tropical inter-annual climate variability and predictability in relationship with climate-driven phenological change.

PhD title: African vegetation phenology, its drivers and relationship with climate change.

Supervisor: Jadu Dash and Professor Peter Atkinson

Funding Agency: Commonwealth Scholarship Commission.

Research project

Modelling tropical inter-annual climate variability and predictability in relationship with climate-driven phenological changes.

Research group

Global Environmental Change and Earth Observation

Affiliate research group

Economy, Governance and Culture

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Email:T.Adole@soton.ac.uk


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