The following WEBSOC students have successfully defended their theses:
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Doctors of Philosophy:
Fauziatu Ahmed on the topic: Biochar Amendment to Temperate and Tropical Sandy Soils: Effect on Crop Physiology under Drought and Salinity Stress
Emmanuel Amoakwah on the topic: Effects of Corn Cob Biochar on the Physical, Chemical and Biological Properties of a Weathered Tropical Soil
Selorm Yaotse Dorvlo on the topic: Development of a Biomass Cook Stove for Palm Oil Clarification and Biochar Production
Joseph Osafo Eduah on the topic: Phosphorus Reactions in Three Contrasting Soils Amended with Biochar
Kwadwo Kusi Amoah on the topic: Enhancing sustainable crop production through the use of biochar under crop rotation and irrigation strategies in the coastal savannah zone of Ghana.
Masters of Science:
Daniel Ninson: Factors Affecting Biochar Technology - Adoption by Vegetable Farmers in the Kwahu East District of Ghana
Adam Yakubu: Estimating Crop Water Requirement and Yield of Okra in Biochar Amended Soil
Nathaniel Parker: Biochar Application to Highly Weathered Tropical Soils - Soil Hydraulic and Aggregate Characteristics