The Lake Volta Project: Outcomes and Capacity Building:

Higher Degree Theses supported by the project:

The following higher degree theses addressing a number of aspects of the overall project have been completed or are currently in progress.

Al-Shihi, J. 2013. Construction of a spatial database of aqua-farms in Ghana and identification of locations for future developments of the sector. MSc thesis. Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling.

Fan Xia. 2014. Construction of a spatial database for Lake Volta, Ghana, and identification of locations for future developments of the sector. MSc thesis. Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling.

Al-Wahaibi, M. 2015. Spatial modelling of Infrastructure, Population, Markets for aquaculture development in Volta Lake. MSc thesis. Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling.

Ekpeki, A. 2015. Development of carrying capacity estimates for zonation of cage aquaculture in Lake Volta, Ghana. MSc thesis. Institute of Aquaculture, University of Stirling.

Michelle Naa Kordei Clottey. 2015. Effects of microbial loads on the physiological condition and fecundity of some selected fishes in the Volta Lake (stratum II). MSc thesis University of Ghana. Accra, Ghana.

Miriam Yayra Ameworkor. 2015. Impacts of fish cage culture on water quality and selected commercially important fish stocks in Volta Lake (Stratum II). MSc thesis University of Ghana. Accra, Ghana.

Lily Osei Konadu. 2016. In progress. Monitoring bacterial loads in lake fish farm sediments. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Kumasi, Ghana.

Karikari, A. 2016. In progress. The effects of tilapia cage aquaculture on water quality and environment in Lake Volta, Ghana. PhD thesis. Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. Kumasi, Ghana.


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