Rev. Stephen Akyeampong

Senior Lecturer

Research Areas/Interests

Ecology- Animals and Plant habitat interactions.  Nesting Ecology of Pied Crow (Corvus albus) and other birds. Intestinal Parasitic infestations ...~more


    Yeboah S., Akyeampong S., (2001). Factors influencing distribution off the mole rat, Cryptomys zechi (Rodentia, Batyergidae) in Ghana. African Journal of Ecology; 39, 233-240.

    Yeboah S., Akyeampong S., (2003). Burrow System of the Ghana Mole rat (Cryptomys zechi, Matchie) Rodentia:  Bathyergidae. Journal of Natural Sciences. Vol. 2, No. 2 (167-182)

    Akyeampong S. & Anning A. K., (2007). Crow and Vulture Nest Density and Placement Pattern on Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology Campus, Kumasi. Journal of The Ghana Science Association. Vol.9, No.2 (138-145)

    A.K. Anning, S. Akyeampong, P. Addo-Fordjour, K. K. Anti, A. Kwarteng, and Y.F.Tettey (2008). Floristic Composition and Vegetation Structure of The KNUST Botanic Garden, Kumasi, Ghana. Journal of Science & Technology, Vol. 28. No. 3. (103-116).

    Addo-Fordjour, A. K. Anning,J.A. Larbi,S. Akyeampong (2009). Liana species richness, abundance and relationship with trees in the Bobiri forest reserve, Ghana: Impact of management systems. Forest Ecology and Management, 257 (2009) 1822–1828

    Addo-Fordjour, S. Obeng, M.G. Addo, S. Akyeampong (2009). Effects of human disturbances and plant invasion on liana community structure and relationship with trees in the Tinte Bempo forest reserve, Ghana. Forest Ecology and Management.

    Michael Opoku Adomako and Stephen Akyeampong (2016). Effect of Some Commonly used Herbicides on Soil Microbial Population. J. Environmental and Earth Science. Vol.6. No.1.

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