Emmanuel Ebanyenle (PhD)

Position: Senior Research Scientist

HOD: Wood Industry & Utilization

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Tel: +233-51-60123 / 60373

Professional background

2012 PhD. (Forest Science). Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan, USA.

1999-2003 M. Phil., (Wood Science) Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana

1993-1997 B.Sc. (Natural Resources Management, Forestry option), University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.


Honorable Mention Award, 2009/2010 Graduate Research Forum poster competition, Ecosystem Science Centre, School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI, USA, 27th March, 2010.


Refereed Journal Papers

Ebanyenle E. and A. A. Oteng-Amoako, 2007: Site differences in morphological and physical properties of Bambusa vulgaris grown in Ghana, Discovery and Innovation, 19(3): 222-225

Ebanyenle E. and A. A. Oteng-Amoako, 2005: Variation in some Anatomical and Physical Properties of Stems of five Rattan Palm Species of Ghana, International Journal for Bamboo and Rattan, 4 (2), 125-142.

Ebanyenle E., and A. A. Oteng-Amoako, 2003: Anatomy and Identification of Five Indigenous Rattan Species of Ghana. Ghana Journal of Forestry, Vol. 11(2), 77-90pp

Gyima-Boadi N, A. A. Oteng-Amoako and E. Ebanyenle, 2003: Field Trials and Evaluation of Antisapstain and Antiborer Chemicals used in Ghana, Ghana Journal of Forestry: Volume11(1), FORIG, Kumasi, Ghana. 30-38pp.

Oteng-Amoako A. A., N. Gyima-Boadi and E. Ebanyenle, 2003: Survey of Antisapstain and Antiborer Chemicals Used in Ghana Wood Industry, Ghana Journal of Forestry: Volume 11, FORIG, Kumasi, Ghana. 10-19pp

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