I am from West Africa, Ghana to be precise. My long-standing interest for nature conservation work influenced my decision to pursue a BSc in Natural Resource Management with major in Silviculture and forest resource management.
I aspire to become a seasoned ecologist with the aim of working with research based groups likewise local universities in the management and conservation of biological resources through improved research and human resource capacity building.
The Masters in Ecology - UQAT presents to me a great opportunity to broaden my theoretical and practical knowledge thus confident to garner a wealth of knowledge and ideas at this program.
Projet de recherche : Long term impacts of partial and total forest harvest on epixylic bryophyte species.
Jeffrey Opuko Nyame, Nicole J. Fenton, Alain Leduc. Bryophyte Conservation in Managed Boreal Landscapes: Fourteen-Year Impacts of Partial Cuts on Epixylic Bryophytes 2021. Frontiers in forests and global change 4:674887
DOI : 10.3389/ffgc.2021.674887
Jeffrey Opuko Nyame. Les impacts de quatorze ans de coupe partielle et de coupe totale sur les communautés de bryophytes epyxiliques de la pessière noire à mousse. 2019. Mémoire de maitrise en écologie, Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue 93 p.