Dr. Fils Mamert Onana
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Dr. Fils Mamert Onana

Research Scientist
University of Douala, Cameroon

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Hydrobiology from Yaounde I University, Cameroon

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Hydrographical Studies
Fisheries and Aquaculture
Water Quality

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Onana, F.M., S.H.Z. Togouet, A.A. Tamsa, N.L.N. Tchatcho and S. Tchakonte et al., 2019. Comparing freshwater benthic macroinvertebrate communities in forest and urban streams of the coastal ecological region of Cameroon. Open J. Ecol., 9: 521-537.
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  2. Mama, A.C., G.F.Y. Ghepdeu, J.R.N. Ndam, M.D. Bonga, F.M. Onana and R. Onguene, 2018. Assessment of water quality in the lower Nyong estuary (Cameroon, Atlantic Coast) from environmental variables and phytoplankton communities' composition. Afr. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 12: 1983-2081.
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  3. Tchatcho, N.L.N., S.H.Z. Togouet, S.F. Menbohan, F.M. Onana and S. Tchakonté et al., 2017. Characterization of a physicochemical water quality reference status for the Centre-South forest region of Cameroon. Int. J. Sci. Res., 6: 397-405.
  4. Koji, E., O.V.N. Ewoti, M. Onana, S. Tchakonté and C.L. Djimeli et al., 2017. Influence of anthropogenic pollution on the abundance dynamics of some freshwater invertebrates in the coastal area of Cameroon. J. Environ. Protect., 8: 810-829.
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  5. Onana, F.M., S.H.Z. Togouet, E. Koji, N.L.N. Tchatcho and S. Tchakonté, 2016. Influence of municipal and industrial pollution on the diversity and the structure of benthic macro-invertebrates community of an urban river in Douala, Cameroon. J. Biodivers. Environ. Sci., 8: 120-133.
  6. Onana, F.M., S.H.Z. Togouet, N.L.N. Tchatcho, H.B.D. Teham and P. Ngassam, 2014. Spatio-temporal distribution of zooplankton in relation with the abiotics factors in an urban hydrosystem: The Kondi stream (Douala, Cameroon). J. Applied Biosci., 82: 7326-7338.