Spatial Distribution of Ecotourism Resources in Anambra State: A Nearest Neighbour Analysis Approach Odum Chigozie Jude 1, *, Akukwe Thecla Iheoma 2, Andrew-Essien Elizabeth 3, Eja Iwara Eja 3 1Department of Archaeology and Tourism, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria 2Department of Geography, University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria
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Physical factors that affect population distribution include altitude and latitude, relief, climate, soils, vegetation, water and location of mineral and energy resources. It is important to note that most of the physical factors influence population distribution only indirectly through climatic conditions.
Spatial distribution and conservation of forest elephants (Loxodonta africana cyclotis) in Southwestern Nigeria 3 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background The forest elephant (Loxodonta cyclotis Syn. Loxodonta africana cyclotis) is an ecological flagship species with great conservation attention. However, the species population in Nigeria has been
There have been miniature researches in the area of geo-spatial demography (GSD), though studies were conducted to look in to spatial reference data for geo-demographic analysis, the location of social infrastructures, decision making processes for the provision and distribution of products and services, spatial variability that are limits to natural causes and in analyzing tertiary education ...
Spatial distribution of annual rainfall (mm yr −1) and the corresponding coefficient of variation (%). Download : Download full-size image; Fig. 3. Distribution of (a) spatial and (b) temporal averages plotted as cumulative distribution function (c, d, and f) of 1901–2000 annual rainfall for Nigeria.
This study therefore was carried out to determine the spatial distribution of rabies in Kaduna State, Nigeria from records obtained from the Kaduna State Ministry of Agriculture, track the spread, assess the distribution of vaccines, and plan a control strategy for rabies in the state.
VIII. POPULATION DISTRIBUTION, URBANIZATION AND INTERNAL MIGRATION I. According to current estimates, by the end of the twentieth century, the world will …
The uneven distribution is also the root of power and greed in many regions. Some countries use their wealth in resources to control and manipulate regions with fewer resources. Some countries and regions have even gone to war over the management, ownership, allocation, use and protection of natural resources and related ecosystems.
Specifically, we investigate whether the spatial distribution of natural resources across different ethnic groups within countries impedes spatial inequalities and incidence of armed conflict. We introduce a rent-seeking model that extends the perspective of Hodler (2006) common-pool model to a group-unique resource stock approach.
Apr 10, 2019· Resource distribution refers to the geographic occurrence or spatial arrangement of resources on earth. In other words, where resources are located. Any particular place may be rich in the resources people desire and poor in others. Low latitudes (latitudes close to …
Nigeria thus generating much academic discourses. However, the problem remains intractable. This is because much has not been done on the problem of begging in relation to land use activities. This gap in literature provided the impetus for this study which examines and compares the spatial distribution of
the magnitude and spatial pattern of the distribution of these resources. It is pointed out that the present uncoordinated and piecemeal development of Nigeria's water resources stems from lack of a national water policy and an adequate institutional framework for managing these resources. Two solutions are suggested.
Feb 21, 2012· The spatial distribution of populations and settlements across a country and their interconnectivity and accessibility from urban areas are important for delivering healthcare, distributing resources and economic development. However, existing spatially explicit …
The main factors determining population distribution are : climate, landforms, topography, soil, energy and mineral resources, accessibility like distance from sea coast, natural harbours, navigable rivers or canals, cultural factors, political boundaries, controls …
economic, cultural and political processes often produce areas of concentration and specialization. Spatial disparities in the level of development are the results of uneven distribution of natural resources and regional differences in the history of human development. The phenomenon of inequality is widely recognized in Nigeria
Nigeria is known to be endowed with abundant water resources but the availability of potable water is a problem in many parts of the country 9. The Nigerian Government has long considered the provision of water supply services to be the domain of the Federal, State and Local Governments.
Spatial Distribution of Primary Schools in Ilorin West Local Government Area, Kwara State, Nigeria Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Scientific Research and Reports 9(6):1-10 · January 2016 ...
30 Odum Chigozie Jude et al.: Spatial Distribution of Ecotourism Resources in Anambra State: A Nearest Neighbour Analysis Approach Nigeria, it has been used in similar s tudies by [11-13].
Spatial Distribution of Nigerian Universities Offering Forestry Education using Geographic Information ... World News of Natural Sciences 20 (2018) 226-237 ... utilizing and conserving natural and artificial forests and associated resources for the benefit of human and the environment. Forests provides man with food, shelter and medication. ...
Mapping the Spatial Distribution of Water Borehole Facilities in Rivers State Using GIS (7606) Anwuri O. Okwere, Lawrence Hart and Kurotamuno P. Jackson (Nigeria) FIG Working Week 2015 From the Wisdom of the Ages to the Challenges of the Modern World Sofia, Bulgaria, 17-21 May 2015 1/11
In recent years there has been serious concern on the deteriorating groundwater quality due to the activities of man. Geographic Information System (GIS), a high performance computer based tool is playing a critical role in water resource management and pollution study. In this work, the GIS software was used to analyze the effects of various data layers (topographic slope, groundwater table ...
role that trade in natural resources plays in the global economy. It begins with a discussion of definitions and terminology, focusing on key features that distinguish natural resources from other types of traded goods. These features include the exhaustibility of natural resources, the uneven geographical distribution of resource
Spatial Distribution of Poverty indicators in Ekiti State Chris Adebola Odeyemi Department of Surveying & Geoinformatics, the Federal Polytechnic, Ado-Ekiti, NIGERIA Abstract This paper explore the use of Geographical Information System (GIS) analytical capability to analyze the spatial
The Nigeria's wetland resources are currently being threatened by ... protection, natural resources conservation and sustainable development. Nonetheless, these efforts are largely uncoordinated. The present state of ... spatial distribution of wetlands. It also seeks to determine the urban
Study of Nigeria Energy Resources and Its Consumption Engr C.O Osueke (Ph.D), Engr C.A.K Ezugwu Abstract-This study focuses on Nigeria energy resources and its consumption. The present situation in Nigeria is that energy supply does not meet the energy demand. Energy is considered as the most important resources of any country.
amount of un-utilized and mis-utilized natural resources. A country may be poor in natural resources, but it cannot be so in an absolute sense. For the usefulness of resources depends on technical knowledge, demand conditions and new discoveries. Although Nigeria may be said to be poor it is potentially not so in natural resources.
When exploring Lagos' importance in Nigeria's national economy, sixty percent of Nigeria's oil industry occurs in Lagos. (Adelekan 2006, 6).With regards to the shipping industry, 80 percent of Nigeria's imports and 70 percent of exports pass through Lagos ports (City Data 2009).
The spatial distribution of banks in any geographic entity determines the level of accessibility to its services by the public. This study examined the pattern of banks distribution in Ilorin metropolis. Field survey was employed in determining the number of available commercial banks and their respective distances between each other.