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Adekunle Ibiyemi

Staff picture: Adekunle Ibiyemi
Information and Computational Sciences
Information and Computational Sciences
Research Assistant - GIS
adekunle.ibiyemi@hutton.ac.uk
+44 (0)344 928 5428 (*)

The James Hutton Institute
Craigiebuckler
Aberdeen AB15 8QH
Scotland UK

 

Adekunle Ibiyemi is a research assistant (GIS) in the Information and Computational Sciences Department. He is mostly involved in managing Institute water data in a database and spatial data capturing, processing and analysis. Prior to joining the Institute he worked with two international agricultural research institutes overseas and with an environmental consultancy firm and a local council within UK, with work primarily involving the use of GIS and other related packages to manage and manipulate/model geospatial data.

Current research interests

Ade has background in geology and information science with specialisation in geo-information. His research interests are in spatial modelling and analysis. He has been involved prior to joining the Institute in using GIS to store, analyse and model spatial data. He is involved mostly with water related teams in processing and analysing spatial tasks components of projects.

Bibliography

  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Kuhfuss, L.; Shortall, O.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S.; Gabriel, M.; Gunn, I.; McPhail, P.; Corrigan, J. (2018) Water for all: an ecosystem services approach to wetland conservation and flood risk reduction in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association 3rd Regional IWA Diffuse Pollution Conference, Chiang Mai, Thailand , 19-22 November 2018.
  • Vinten, A.J.A.; Ibiyemi, A.; Pohle, I.; Addy, S. (2018) Towards an integrated approach for low flow and flood risk management and wetland conservation in the Lunan Water, Scotland., International Water Association Diffuse Pollution 2018 Conference, Innovation and Frontier Technology for Water Security and Scarcity, Chaing Mai, Thailand, 19-22 November 2018, 12pp.

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