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Dr. Oribhabor Blessing Julius
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Hydrobiology and Fisheries from University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria
 
Institute: University of Uyo, Nigeria
 
Area of Interest: Animal and Veterinary Sciences
  •   Hydrobiology
  •   Fisheries
  •   Environmental Toxicology
  •   Aquatic Ecology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/234.1697
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:    Oribhabor, B.J., 2012. Stocking Density/Ratio. In: Training Manual in Aquaculture, Ansa, E.J., P.U. Uzukwu, J.Y. Opara and O.A. Akinrotimi (Eds.). University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, pp: 50-53.
2:   Adisa-Bolanta, A.S., B.J. Oribhabor and A.A. Aranyo, 2012. The Relevance of Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Aquatic Pollution Monitoring. In: Current Issues in Sustainable Tropical Agriculture, Etim, L. and B. Oribhabor (Eds.). University of Uyo, Nigeria, pp: 15-33.
3:   Adisa-Bolanta, A.S., B.J. Oribhabor and J.Y. Opara, 2015. Length-weight relationships of mangrove oyster, Crassostrea gasar (Adanson, 1757) cultured under continuous and periodic submergence in tidal ponds. J. Aquatic Sci., 30: 9-15.
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4:   Aguagua, S.E. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2008. The relative toxicity of pesticides, cypermetrin and diazol against Chibanarius africanus (Decapoda: Paguridae) and Poecilia reticulate (Telestei: Poecilidae). Trop. Freshwater Biol., 17: 33-39.
5:   Agugua, S.E. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2009. Assessment of the acute toxicity of textile effluent against Clibanarius africanus (Decapoda: Paguridae) and Poecilia reticulata (Teleostei: Poeciliidae). Ethiopian J. Biol. Sci., 8: 79-84.
6:   Akpheokhai, L.I. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2016. Nematodes relevance in soil quality management and their significance as biomarkers in aquatic substrates: A review. Recent Pat. Biotechnol., 10: 228-234.
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7:   Ekwu, A., A.I. Utong and B.J. Oribhabor, 2012. Assessment of the response of Goniopsis pelii (Decapoda, Graspidae) to crude oil in static bioassay. AES Bioflux, 4: 165-170.
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8:   Etim, L. and B. Oribhabor, 2012. Current Issues in Sustainable Tropical Agriculture. University of Uyo, Nigeria, Pages: 175.
9:   Francis, A.J. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2016. The public health implications of pathogens in polluted aquatic ecosystems: A review. Trop. Freshwater Biol., 25: 85-101.
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10:   Ogbeibu, A.E. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2002. Ecological impact of river impoundment using benthic macro-invertebrates as indicators. Water Res., 36: 2427-2436.
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11:   Ogbeibu, A.E. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2011. Environmental factors influencing the distribution of marine zooplankton in Buguma Creek, Niger Delta, Nigeria. Int. J. Ecol. Environ. Sci., 37: 27-36.
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12:   Ogbeibu, A.E., C.E. Okaka and B.J. Oribhabor, 2014. Gastrointestinal helminth parasites community of fish species in a Niger Delta tidal creek, Nigeria. J. Ecosyst. 10.1155/2014/246283.
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13:   Ogbeidu, A.E. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2008. The physical and chemical hydrology of a Niger Deltan tidal creek, Nigeria. Trop. Freshwater Biol., 14: 63-88.
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14:   Oribhabor, B. and B. Ezenwa, 2005. Inventory of fisheries and fishes of the Lagos Lagoon, Lagos, Nigeria. Trop. Fresh. Biol., 14: 19-36.
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15:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.E. Ogbeibu, 2012. The food and feeding habits of fish species assemblage in a niger delta Mangrove Creek, Nigeria. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., 7: 134-149.
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16:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.E. Ogbeibu, 2009. Concentration of heavy metals in a Niger Delta Mangrove Creek, Nigeria. Global J. Environ. Sci., 8: 63-88.
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17:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.E. Ogbeibu, 2009. The ecological impact of anthropognic activities on the macrobenthic invertebrates on a mangrove creek in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Asian J. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Environ. Sci., 11: 513-524.
18:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.E. Ogbeibu, 2010. The ecological impact of anthropogenic activities on the predatory fish assemblage of a tidal creek in the Niger Delta, Nigeria. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 4: 271-279.
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19:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.E. Ogbeibu, 2012. Brackish Water Ecology of a Tidal Creek-Physical, Chemical and Biological Characteristics of a Tidal Creek. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, Pages: 273.
20:   Oribhabor, B.J. and A.S. Adisa-Bolanta, 2009. Aspects of the biology of Sarotherodon melanotheron and Tilapia guineensis (Perciformes: Cichlidae) in Buguma Creek, Rivers State, Nigeria. Nig. J. Agric. Food Environ., 5: 5-9.
21:   Oribhabor, B.J. and E.J. Ansa, 2005. Sustainability of environment friendly aquaculture in Nigeria. Living Syst. Sustainable Dev., 2: 23-34.
22:   Oribhabor, B.J. and E.J. Ansa, 2006. Organic waste reclamation, recycling and reuse in integrated fish farming in the Nigeria Delta, Nigeria. J. Applied Sci. Environ. Manage., 10: 47-53.
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23:   Oribhabor, B.J. and E.O. Etim, 2015. Gastro-intestinal helminth parasites of fish species in Qua Iboe River, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. J. Aquatic Sci., 30: 25-34.
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24:   Oribhabor, B.J. and E.U. Edemiko, 2016. Bioconcentration of lead in the catfish, Heterobranchus longifilis, Valenciennes (1840) (Siluriformes: Clariidae). Recent Pat. Biotechnol., 10: 287-294.
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25:   Oribhabor, B.J. and G.C. Ikeogu, 2016. Acute toxicity of the pesticides, dichlorvos and lindane against the African air-breathing catfish, Heterobranchus longifilis, Valenciennes, 1840 (Siluriformes: Clariidae). Recent Pat. Biotechnol., 10: 272-278.
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26:   Oribhabor, B.J. and I.J. Adams, 2016. The Role of Aquaculture in Sustainable Fisheries. In: Efficient and Sustainable Aquaculture, Udoh, J.P. and I.E. Ekpo (Eds.)., Faculty of Agriculture, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria, pp: 43-50.
27:   Oribhabor, B.J. and J.P. Udoh, 2016. Ecosystem Approach to Brackish Water Pond Construction and Management for Viable Aquaculture. In: Efficient and Sustainable Tropical Aquaculture, Udoh, J.P. and I.E. Ekpo (Eds.)., Faculty of Agriculture, University of Uyo, Uyo, Nigeria, pp: 453-458.
28:   Oribhabor, B.J. and K.N. Don-Pedro, 2005. Toxicity of refined petroleum products against Culex pipiens (Mosquito larvae) in static and semi-static bioassays. Afr. J. Environ. Pollut. Health, 4: 62-67.
29:   Oribhabor, B.J. and M.T. Udo, 2011. Impact of mangrove forest destruction on the fisheries resources of the Niger Delta, Nigeria. FAO Nature Faune, 25: 72-76.
30:   Oribhabor, B.J. and N.A. Enang, 2013. An evaluation of the influence of physico-chemical parameters on abundance of benthic macro-invertebrates of a perennial tributary stream in Southern, Nigeria. Aquat. Biol. Res., 1: 17-25.
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31:   Oribhabor, B.J., 2002. The relevance of bioindicators in the oil and gas industry. Proceedings of the HSE International Conference on Oil and Gas Industry in Nigeria, December 9-11, 2002, Abuja -.
32:   Oribhabor, B.J., 2007. Evaluation of the acute toxicity of refined petroleum products against Pila ovate (Gastropoda: Ampullariidae) and Poecilia reticulata (Teleostei: Poeciliidae). Afr. J. Aquat. Sci., 32: 209-213.
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33:   Oribhabor, B.J., 2016. Impact of human activities on biodiversity in Nigerian aquatic ecosystems. Sci. Int., 4: 12-20.
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34:   Oribhabor, B.J., A.E. Asuquo and A.O. Ekwu, 2012. Evaluation of the response of Clibanarius africanus (Decapoda: Paguridae) to crude oil in static bioassay. Scient. J. Biol. Sci., 1: 114-119.
35:   Oribhabor, B.J., A.E. Ogbeibu and C.E. Okaka, 2011. The gastrointestinal helminth parasites of some scianid species (croakers) in a Niger Delta mangrove creek, Nigeria. Trop. Freshwater Biol., 20: 15-23.
36:   Oribhabor, B.J., A.E. Ogbeibu and C.E. Okaka, 2012. The gastrointestinal helminth parasites of the threadfin fish, Polydactylus quadrifilis (Family: Polynemidae) in a Niger Delta mangrove creek, Nigeria. Int. J. Anim. Vet. Adv., 4: 240-243.
37:   Oribhabor, B.J., A.E. Ogbeibu and M.T. Udo, 2011. The length-weight relationships of brackish/marine fish species assemblage in a Niger delta mangrove creek, Nigeria. Curr. Res. J. Biol. Sci., 3: 616-621.
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38:   Oribhabor, B.J., J.Y. Opara and E.J. Ansa, 2011. The ecological impact of tidal pond channelization on the distribution of tilapia species (Perciformes: Cichlidae) on Buguma Creek, Rivers State, Nigeria. AACL Int. J. Bioflux Soc., 4: 651-659.
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39:   Oribhabor, B.J., M.T. Udo, L. Etim and A.S. Adisa-Bolanta, 2011. The composition and relative abundance of fish species in a mangrove creek in the Niger Delta, Nigeria, based on different types of gear. Pak. J. Sci. Ind. Res., Vol. 54, (In Press) .
40:   Oribhabor, B.J., O.M. Udoidiong, D.F. Udoh and B.E. Akpan, 2013. Evaluation of the ecological impact of human settlement on the water quality of Lower Cross River, Nigeria. J. Ecosyst. 10.1155/2013/840295.
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41:   Oribhabor, B.J., P.K. Mokayi and A.O. Akinrotimi, 2009. Length-weight relationship of Sarotherodon melanotheron (Ruppel, 1852) and Tilapia guineensis (Gunter, 1862) (Perciformes: Cichlidae) in a Niger Delta mangrove creek, Nigeria. Nig. J. Agric. Food Environ., 5: 1-4.
42:   Udo, M., B. Oribhabor, F. Nwosu, U. Daniel and A. Akpan, 2011. The last stand of mangrove forest ecosystems in South Eastern Nigeria. FAO Nature Faune, 25: 14-18.
43:   Udo, M.T. and B.J. Oribhabor, 2012. Status and seasonal dynamics in the fecundity of Bostrychus africanus (Pisces: Eleotridae) in an Estuarine Swamp of South-Eastern Nigeria. Trop. Freshwater Biol., 21: 71-80.
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44:   Udo, M.T., A.W. Akpan, B.J. Oribhabor and U.I. Daniel, 2009. Fecundity capacity of mudskipper in two estuarine (mangrove swamp versus nipa swamp) creeks of southeastern Nigeria. Ecol. Conserv. Environ., 15: 455-460.
45:   Udoidiong, O.M., B.J. Oribhabor, E.E. Munam and J.J. Bernard, 2013. Assessment of the impact of human settlement on the heavy metal concentrations of lower cross river, Nigeria. Scient. J. Pure Applied Sci., 2: 270-278.
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