Assédé E.

ASSEDE Emeline

ASSEDE Emeline P.S.

Faculty of Agronomic sciences

University of Abomey Calavi
05 BP 1752, Cotonou, Republic of Benin

Tel.: +229 95735136

Fax: +229 21303084
email: assedeemeline@gmail.com

 

Education

 

MSc, University of Abomey Calavi, 2008, Major: Management of Natural Resources

BS, University of Abomey Calavi, 2006, Major: General Agronomy

 

Professional Experience

Research Assistant, Dept. of Natural Research Management, Faculty of Agronomic sciences, University of Abomey Calavi, 2006-Present

 

Professional Affiliations

Society for Conservation of Biology (SCB)
International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO)

CURRENT RESEARCH

1. Influence of seed dispersal in population structure

2. Vulnerability and adaptability of Sudanian species to fire use as management tool.

3. Temporal dynamics of litter fall and carbon stored in biomass before and after management fires

PAST RESEARCH

1. Biodiversity conservation: vegetation and diversity of birds and anurans study in pools of Pendjari National Park and terrors

2. Assessment of boundary effect and floristic diversity from hunting zone to land use in Biosphere Reserve of Pendjari

3. Determination of plant dynamics  around  isolated  individuals  of  Borassus  aethiopum, Daniellia oliveri and Acacia sieberiana

4. Magnoliophyta, Biosphere Reserve of Pendjari

5. Syntaxonomical analysis of the vegetation in the Sudanian zone of Benin

6. Le facteur sol dans la Régénération des espèces ligneuses en zone soudanienne

7. Relationship between stand regime and population structure of Pseudocedrela kotschyi (Meliaceae) and Terminalia macroptera (Combretaceae) in the Biosphere Reserve of Pendjari (Benin, West Africa).

8. Plant life forms and chorological types as good indicators of land use effect on plant community patterns

9. Secondary succession and factors determining change in soil condition from fallow to savannah in the Sudanian zone

 

 PUBLICATIONS

1. Assédé E.S.P., Kindomihou V.,  Sinsin B. (2008). Relationships between Human Pressure Gradient and Floristic Diversity in the Pendjari Biosphere Reserve in Benin (Western Africa). Proceeding Tropentag 2008, University of Kassel-Witzenhausen and University of Göttingen.

2. Assédé P.S.E, Adomou A.C., Sinsin B. (2012)a. Magnoliophyta, Biosphere Reserve of Pendjari, Atacora, Benin. Check list (8): 642-661.

3. Assédé P.S.E, Adomou A.C., Sinsin B. (2012)b. Relationship between stand regime and population structure of Pseudocedrela kotschyi (Meliaceae) and Terminalia macroptera (Combretaceae) in the Biosphere Reserve of Pendjari (Benin, West Africa).  International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 4(12): 427-438.

4. Assédé P.S.E, Adomou A.C., Sinsin B. (2012)c. Secondary succession and factors determining change in soil condition from fallow to savannah in the Sudanian Zone of Benin. Phytocoenologia 42 (3 – 4): 181 – 189.

 BOOKS

Assédé P.S.E, Nago G., Sinsin B. (2013). Les petites mares de la Réserve de Biosphère de la Pendjari. Editions Universitaires européennes, ISBN : 978-613-1-56174-0. Deutschland, Allemagne. 113 p.