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Mr. Rotimi Obateru, Landscape ecology, Best Researcher Award 

Rotimi Obateru at Federal University of Technology, Nigeria

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Mr. Rotimi Obateru is a dedicated PhD researcher specializing in Geography and Environmental Monitoring, particularly focused on Physical Geography, Landscape Ecology, and Climate Change. Currently affiliated with the West African Science Service Centre on Climate Change and Adapted Land Use (WASCAL) at the Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria, he is deeply committed to understanding and mitigating the impacts of climate change on West African ecological regions. With a robust academic background including a B.Sc. in Geography and two M.Sc. degrees in Geography and Environmental Management, Rotimi has demonstrated exceptional research prowess and a keen interest in interdisciplinary approaches to environmental challenges. His work spans community-based assessments of urban landscape dynamics to exploring ecosystem services, addressing critical issues aligning with Sustainable Development Goal 11.


  • B.Sc. (Honours) Geography
  • M.Sc. Geography
  • M.Sc. Environmental Management

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Lecturer in Physical Geography, Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria
  • Participant in the Bochum Urban Climate Summer School (BUCSS22), Germany

Research Interest :

  • Mr. Rotimi Obateru’s research interests lie at the intersection of Geography, Environmental Monitoring, and Climate Change. He is particularly intrigued by the dynamic interplay between physical geography processes, landscape ecology dynamics, and the impacts of climate change on ecosystems. His work delves into understanding the complex relationships between human activities and environmental changes, with a focus on how these interactions shape landscapes and influence ecosystem services.
  • Rotimi’s research endeavors aim to contribute to the development of effective strategies for sustainable land use management and climate change adaptation, especially in the context of West African ecological regions. By integrating geospatial techniques, socioeconomic surveys, and community-based approaches, he seeks to unravel the complexities of urban landscape transformations and their implications for ecosystem resilience and human well-being. Through his interdisciplinary approach, Rotimi endeavors to bridge the gap between scientific knowledge and practical solutions, ultimately contributing to the advancement of sustainable development goals in the face of climate change challenges.

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Rotimi Obateru | Landscape ecology | Best Researcher Award

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