Department of Surveying and Geoinformatics

Recent Submissions

  • The geospatial modelling of carbon sequestration in Oluwa Forest, Ondo State, Nigeria 

    Makinde, E.O.; Womiloju, A.A.; Ogundeko, M.O. (Taylor and Francis European Journal of Remote Sensing, 2017)
    The study assessed the amount of carbon being sequestrated in the Ondo State Afforestation Project in Oluwa Forest, south -west of Nigeria, with the view to determine the above ground biomass (AGB) and belowground biomass ...
  • A multi-perspective view of the effects of a pipeline explosion in Nigeria. 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Eludoyin, A. O.; Salami, A. T. (Elsevier (Scopus) International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2014)
    Vandalisation of petroleum pipelines is a major cause of pipeline fire disasters. However, except the number of deaths recorded, little information of the effects of such disasters on the environment is often reported in ...
  • Object Based and Pixel Based Classification Using Rapideye Satellite Imager of ETI-OSA, Lagos, Nigeria 

    Makinde, E. O.; Salami, A. T.; Olaleye, J. B.; Okewusi, O. C. (Geoinformatics FCE CTU, 2016)
    Several studies have been carried out to find an appropriate method to classify the remote sensing data. Traditional classification approaches are all pixel-based, and do not utilize the spatial information within an object ...
  • Resultant land use and land cover change from oil spillage using remote sensing and GIS. 

    Omodanisi, E. O. (Elsevier (Scopus) Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 2013)
    The spill of oil into the environment threatens the existence of vegetation. This study identified the coastal area of Lagos impacted by oil spill, explosion and fire; using Landsat ETM+2005 and Ikonos 2007 and evaluated ...
  • Ecological effects and perceptions of victims of pipeline explosion in a developing country. 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Eludoyin, A. O.; Salami, A. T. (Springer International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2015)
    Petroleum pipeline network is a critical infrastructure that should be protected because of its importance and the danger of fire disaster and ecosystem disruption if unprotected. However, the procedure for the management ...
  • Geospatial Assessment of Carbon Sequestration in Oluwa Forest, South-West Nigeria 

    Makinde, E. O.; Ogundeko, M. O.; Womiloju, A. A. (Nigeria Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology (NIJEST), 2017)
    The potential of the forest as a natural sink is vast and enormous and has been well documented in several types of research and reports. This project is an attempt at re-emphasizing this potential, by using geospatial ...
  • Comparison between Landsat 7 Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (ETM+) and Landsat 8 Operational Land Imager (OLI) Assessment of Vegetation Indices. 

    Makinde, E. O.; Obigha, A. D. (Nigerian Journal of Environmental Sciences and Technology (NIJEST), 2017)
    The Landsat system has contributed significantly to the understanding of the Earth observation for over forty years. Since May 2013, data from Landsat 8 has been available online for download, with substantial differences ...
  • Geospatial Assessment of the Impact of Urban Sprawl in Akure, Southwestern Nigeria. 

    Usman, V. A; Makinde, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 2018)
    This study analyzed trend and examined the factors responsible for urban sprawl in Akure with a view to develop a user-friendly geospatial database for monitoring urban sprawl in the study area. Medium resolution satellite ...
  • Oil spill assessment in Ijeododo Area of Lagos State, Nigeria using geospatial techniques. 

    Makinde, E. O.; Tologbonse, A. S. (Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 2017)
    Oil spill negatively impacts man and his environment, thereby affecting human lives, animals and plants. The occurrence of it has increased in Nigeria specifically, Lagos State, bringing grave environmental and economic ...
  • Validation of Oil Spill Map with CLS Marge/T Buoy on Nigerian Coastal Waters 

    Badejo, O. T.; Evarie, P.; Makinde, E. O.; Akanro, F.; Nwilo, P. C.; Omojola, A. S. (Journal of Engineering Research, 2017)
    The Nigerian state has been suffering the negative environmental consequences of oil development upon the discovery of oil in the 1950s. A local OILSPILLMAP model was developed for managing oil spill incidents on Nigerian ...
  • The geospatial modelling of carbon sequestration in Oluwa Forest, Ondo State, Nigeria. 

    Makinde, E. O.; Womiloju, A. A.; Ogundeko, M. O. (European Journal of Remote Sensing, 2017)
    The study assessed the amount of carbon being sequestrated in the Ondo State Afforestation Project in Oluwa Forest, south -west of Nigeria, with the view to determine the above ground biomass (AGB) and belowground biomass ...
  • The effect of oil pipeline vandalization on the Mangrove Vegetation: A case study 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T.; Oke, S. O. (Elsevier (Scopus) International Statistical Institute (ISI, Netherlands) Journal, 2011)
    This study identified the area impacted by oil spill, explosion, and fire; and assessed the effect of the vandalization of oil pipeline on the vegetation in Ilado area of Lagos State of Nigeria. The study reveals that ...
  • Protecting Oil Pipeline Corridor and Associated Disasters in Nigeria: the Geoinformation Challenge 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Eludoyin, A. O.; Salami, A. T. (, Process and Plant Engineering, Special Focus on Environmental Management. Shanvik Publications Ltd., 2010)
    This study is an attempt to exemplify the possible application of Geoinformation technology for identifying vulnerable settlements within crude oil pipeline corridor in Nigeria. Selected communities had been affected by ...
  • Facility Mapping of University of Lagos 

    Makinde, E. O.; Adebangbe, S. A.; Erinjogunola, B. A. (Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, 2017)
    This paper shows a detailed methodology for creating 2D and 3D visual facility map of the campus. The purpose of this study work is to develop an interactive interface containing the 2 and 3-Dimensional features of all the ...
  • Variation detection and respondents’ feedback: the cause, effect, and solution of oil spills 

    Tologbonse, A. S.; Makinde, E. O. (Geoinformatics FCE CTU, 2018)
    Centred on occurrences of pipeline explosion and oil spills in a host community; a supervised classification technique, of land use/land cover variation detection was carried-out, with Landsat imageries of three time ...
  • Land Surface Temperature Mapping using Geoinformation Techniques 

    Agbor, C. F.; Makinde, E. O. (Geoinformatics FCE CTU, 2018)
    General environmental management, which involves monitoring and modeling, requires the information of the Land surface temperature (LST) status of area concerned. Land surface temperature has gained relevance recognition ...
  • Land cover mapping using Sentinel-1 SAR and Landsat 8 imageries of Lagos State for 2017 

    Makinde, E. O.; Oyelade, E. O. (Springer Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2019)
    For several years, Landsat imageries have been used for land cover mapping analysis. However, cloud cover constitutes a major obstacle to land cover classification in coastal tropical regions including Lagos State. In this ...
  • Geoinformatic assessment of urban heat island and land use/cover processes: a case study from Akure 

    Makinde, E. O.; Agbor, C. F. (Springer Environmental Earth Sciences, 2019)
    Akure is one of the cities undergoing rapid growth in Nigeria, which has resulted to remarkable Urban Heat Island (UHI) effect. To examine the impact of this development in the city and its environs, this study derived the ...
  • Remote Sensing, A Vital Tool in Monitoring Climate Change 

    Omodanisi, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of the 2nd Annual Conference of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Studies, Ile-Ife, OAU., 2009)
    The impact of anthropogenic activities on the planet we inhibit has affected the climate. Humans are at risk as the earth is warming up. It is through the observation of atmosphere and hydrosphere data; and by using the ...
  • Remote Sensing of Vegetation Stress and Indicators 

    Makinde, E. O.; Salami, A. T. (Proceedings of Global Geospatial Conference 2013. Addis Ababa, ETHIOPIA, 2013)
    The study used spectra indicators to determine the health status of polluted vegetation. Global Positioning System with an accuracy of ± 5m were used to identified stress areas. The identified impacted areas ...

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