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Adetoye AM

Department of Agricultural Economics and Farm Management, Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, Nigeria.


Ayoade is a seasoned social scientist and a network research member of the African Economic Research Consortium. His professional field of research is primarily on smallholder farming and environmental management practices. He also has the ability to work, and contribute significantly to the field of research/work related to food security and climate change issues; Agricultural value chain development; and rural livelihoods especially within the context of a developing economy.

Agroforestry Practices and Carbon Sequestration Cost Estimates among Forest Land Dependent Households in Nigeria: A Choice Modelling Approach

Forest land use among farming households in Nigeria contributes adverse environment effect. The study assessed adoption and the cost implication of sustainable forest land use (agroforestry practices) among farming households in Nigeria forest reserves. A total of 300 farming households were randomly sampled using a multistage sampling technique. I... Read More»

Adetoye AM, Okojie LO and Akerele D

Research Article: J Earth Sci Clim Change 2017, 8: 417

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000417

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