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Babalola F.D.

List of Publications

 

A. Books and/or Chapters in Books

 

  1. Babalola, F.D., 2012. Nigerian Forestry and National Development. TOAS Bethel     Publishers. Ilorin, Nigeria. Pp. xii+88pp. ISBN: 978-019-203-4
  2. Djiby Racine Thiam, F.D. Babalola, and Girma Kelboro, 2015. Forest Resource Governance             In Cameroon: A Case Study For Central Africa. AGGN Year Book 2014-2015. African Good Governance Network (AGGN), coordinated by the German Academic Exchange     Service (DAAD). 20-23pp.

      http://www.aggn.org/sites/default/files/docs/YEARBOOK_14_15_FINAL.pdf 

  1. Babalola F.D., 2013. Forest policy issue and sustainable forest management in Kwara State, Nigeria. In: Akinsanmi F.A., Kehinde D. Babalola D. (Eds) Pathway to Sustainable forest resources management in Kwara State, Nigeria. Toas Bethel Publishers, Ilorin Kwara       State. ISBN 978-019-226-3. pp50-63
  2. Babalola, F.D. 2011. Domestic energy crisis in selected urban household in Southwest          Nigeria. In: Adeyemo Remi (ed) Urban Agriculture, Cities and Climate change. Cuvillier   Verlag Publisher, Gottingen. Pp. 159-166. ISBN 978-3-86955-813-4.

 

B. Articles in Learned Journals

 

  1. Ofoegbu, C. Chirwa, P.W. Francis, J. and Babalola F.D. (2018). Assessing local-level forest   use and management capacity as a climate-change adaptation strategy in South Africa.             Climate and Development . DOI: 10.1080/17565529.2018.1447904. Article accessible at       https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17565529.2018.1447904. Published by      Taylor & Francis. 
  2. Kunda Chibuye, Babalola, F.D. and Chirwa P. (2017). Investigating Factors Responsible for       Farmers' Abandonment of Jatropha curcas L. as Bioenergy Crop under Smallholder Out- Grower Schemes in Chibombo District, Zambia. Energy Policy 110C: 62-68. Published           by Elsevier. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2017.07.055.
  3. Akeredolu O. Excellence, Babalola F.D., Ehi-Ebewele E.E. and Uzu, T. Joshua (2016).         Preference and Willingness of Buyers and Sellers for Ivory in Lagos State, Nigeria.           Journal of Agricultural Research and Development 15(2): 75-87. Published by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ilorin, Ilorin. Nigeria. Available online at https://www.ajol.info/index.php/jard/article/view/155909
  4. Babalola, F.D., Eifediyi, E.K., Akeredolu O.E., and Oso A.O. (2016). A Review of    Production and Marketing Standard of Moringa oleifera Lam. International Journal of Moringa and Nutraceutical Research Vol 3: xxx. Published by Moringa Committee,            Faculty of Agriculture, University of Ilorin, Nigeria.
  5. Folaranmi D. Babalola, Opeyemi E. Ayinde, Paxie W. Chirwa, and Djiby R. Thiam (2017).             Risks and Coping Strategies of Production and Marketing of Cocoa in Ondo State,    Nigeria. Agroforestry Systems 91:211–220 DOI 10.1007/s10457-016-9905-3. Published         by Springer. Available at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10457-016-9905-        3?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorAssignedToIssue
  6.  Ofoegbu, C. Chirwa, P.W. Francis, J. and Babalola F.D. (2017): Socio-economic factors        influencing household dependence on forests and its implication for forest-based climate   change interventions. Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science. 1-8. ISSN: 2070-            2620 (Print) 2070-2639 (Online).  Published by Taylor and Francis for Southern Africa      Institute of Forestry (SAIF). Link to this article:

      http://dx.doi.org/10.2989/20702620.2016.1255420

  1.  Ofoegbu, C. Chirwa, P.W. Francis, J. and Babalola F.D. (2017): Assessing vulnerability of    rural communities to climate change: A review of implications for forest-based        livelihoods in South Africa. International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and            Management, Vol. 9 Issue: 03, pp.374-386, https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCCSM-04-2016-           0044  Permanent link to this document: https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCCSM-04-2016-0044. Published by Emerald Publishing Limited (www.emeraldinsight.com).
  2.  F.D. Babalola, O.E. Ayinde, P.W. Chirwa, and D.R. Thiam (2017). Risks and Coping           Strategies of Production and Marketing of Cocoa in Ondo State, Nigeria. Agroforestry         Systems 91:211–220 DOI 10.1007/s10457-016-9905-3.

      https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10457-016-9905-  3?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorAssignedToIssue

  1.  Babalola, F.D. & Raji, I.A. (2016). Perception of Urban trees at main campus of University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture 21(1): 60-67. https://www.futa.edu.ng/journal/home/paperd/38/3/11
  2.  Opeyemi Aroso, Folaranmi D. Babalola and Labode Popoola (2016). Analysis of     Competitive Performance of Furniture Enterprises in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria. Journal     of Forestry Research and Management 13:14-30. Published by Forestry Research             Institute of Nigeria (FRIN). Accessed online at http://www.frin.gov.ng/2016/Babalola.pdf
  3.  Jimoh K.A., Adesanya A.A., Babalola Y.O., Babalola, F.D and Lawal I.O (2016).     Bioeconomic analysis of cucumber production: A case study of Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria.     Journal of Forestry Research and Management 13:59-70. Published by Forestry      Research Institute of Nigeria (FRIN). Accessed online at            http://www.frin.gov.ng/2016/LAWAL1.pdf
  4.  Babalola, F.D. & Raji, I.A. (2016). Perception of Urban trees at main campus of University of Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. Applied Tropical Agriculture 21(1): 60-67. Published by            the School of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology, The Federal University of     Technology, Akure (FUTA), Nigeria.     https://www.futa.edu.ng/journal/home/paperd/38/3/11

 

  1.  Tuyeni H. Mwampamba, Ron W. Abrams, Stephen Awoyemi, Folaranmi D. Babalola,        Temitope I. Borokini, Benis Egoh, Hamid Rguibi Idrissi, Tayeb Koussa, Martin Nganje     and Jennifer O’Leary (2016). The implications of globalization for conservation in     Africa. African Journal of Ecology 54, 133–135. Published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd. DOI: 10.1111/aje.12322. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/aje.12322/epdf
  2.  Ofoegbu, C. Chirwa, P.W. Francis, J. and Babalola F.D. (2016). Conceptualising Climate      change in Forest Based Rural Communities of South Africa: Community Perceptions and           Attitudes. International Forestry Review 18(3):319-333     doi:10.1505/146554816819501709. Online at:       http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1505/146554816819501709
  3.  Ofoegbu, C., and Babalola, F.D. (in press). Private investment in plantation forestry: a          review of lessons from Uganda Sawlog Production Grant Scheme. Forest Research S1:1            – 4.  DOI: 10.4172/2168-9776.S1-001. ISSN:2168-9776. Access online at       http://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/private-investment-in-plantation-forestry-a-review-   of-lessons-fromuganda-sawlog-production-grant-scheme-2168-9776-S1-001.pdf
  4.  Ofoegbu, C., Chirwa, P.W., Francis, J. & Babalola, F.D., 2016. Perception-based analysis of       climate change effect on forest-based livelihood: The case of Vhembe District in South    Africa. Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 8(1), a271. http://dx.doi.         org/10.4102/jamba.v8i1.271. ISSN: (Online) 2072-845X, (Print) 1996-1421
  5.  Precious Munyanduki, Paxie W. Chirwa, Folaranmi D. Babalola (2016). A case study         assessment of socio-economic sustainability and alternative management regimes for         state forest plantations in Limpopo Province, South Africa. Agroforestry System 90:675- 689. DOI: 10.1007/s10457-015-9842-6. Print ISSN: 0167-4366; Online ISSN: 1572-9680           http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10457-015-9842-6  
  6.  Onatunji, A.B., Babalola, F.D., Arowosoge, O.G.E. and Olayiwoola Y.B. (2015).      Assessment of sawmill workers’ compliance with safety measures and job satisfaction in        Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Environmental Management 7:68-79.
  7. T.C Senganimalunje, P.W. Chirwa; F.D. Babalola, 2015. Potential of institutional      arrangements for sustainable management of forests under co-management with local     forest organisations in Mua-Livulezi Forest Reserve, Mtakataka, Malawi. International        Forestry Review. International Forestry Review 17(3):340-354.     https://doi.org/10.1505/146554815815982602
  8.  Maisharou, A., Chirwa, P.W., Larwanou, M., Babalola F.D. and Ofoegbu, C., 2015. Sustainable land management practices in the Sahel: review of practices, techniques and            technologies for land restoration and strategy for up-scaling. International Forestry   Review17(S3):1-19. Published by the Commonwealth Forestry Association, United     Kingdom (UK). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554815816006974.
  9.  Chirwa, P.W. Larwanou, M., Syampungani, S. and Babalola, F.D., 2015. Management and restoration practices in degraded landscapes of Eastern Africa and requirements for up-     scaling. International Forestry Review 17(S3):20-30. Published by the Commonwealth          Forestry Association, United Kingdom (UK). DOI:       http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554815816007009. ISSN 1465-5489 (print); ISSN 2053-         7778 (online).

      http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cfa/ifr/2015/00000017/A00303s3/art00003 

  1.  Chirwa, P.W., Larwanou, M., SyampunganI, S., and Babalola, F.D., 2015. Management and       restoration practices in degraded landscapes of Southern Africa and requirements for up-  scaling. International Forestry Review 17(S3):31-42. Published by the Commonwealth            Forestry Association, United Kingdom (UK). DOI:           http://dx.doi.org/10.1505/146554815816006965. ISSN 1465-5489 (print); ISSN 2053-    7778 (online).       http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cfa/ifr/2015/00000017/A00303s3/art00004 
  2.  T.C. Senganimalunje, P.W. Chirwa, F.D. Babalola, and M.A. Graham, 2016. Does    participatory forest management program lead to efficient forest resource use and   improved rural livelihoods? Experiences from Mua-Livulezi Forest Reserve, Malawi.       Agroforestry Systems. 90(4): 691-710. Published by Springer. DOI: 10.1007/s10457-015-       9826-6. Print ISSN: 0167-4366; Online ISSN: 1572-9680       http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10457-015-9826-6 
  3.  Samkelo, Mamba, Paxie, W. Chirwa, Samuel, O.M. Manda, Folaranmi D. Babalola (2015).       Assessment of settlement models for engagement of communities in forest land under       claim in Jessievale and Roburna communities in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Land Use             Policy Journal 46:65-72. ISSN: 0264-8377. Published by Elsevier. DOI:

      http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2015.01.021

  1.  Babalola Folaranmi D., Opii Egbe E. and Oso Abiodun O. (2014). Factors Contributing to Use of Biomass as Domestic Fuel and Options for Efficient and Sustainable Usage in             Nigeria. African Journal of Sustainable Devt 4(1):137-150.

       https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsd/article/view/106786

  1. Borokini, T.I., Osewa, S.O., Babalola, F.D., Alamu O., and Olubiyi, M.R., 2014. Adaptation       strategies to climate change variability and extremity among farmers in selected farm       settlements in Oyo State, Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science 13(3):32-41.   Published by Agricultural University of Tirana, (Universiteti Bujqësor i Tiranës, UBT)     Albania. Available online at https://sites.google.com/a/ubt.edu.al/rssb/borokini_abstract
  2.  Opeyemi Eyitayo Ayinde, Mammo Munchie, and Folaranmi Dapo Babalola, 2014. Systems of Innovation and Agricultural Production in African Economies. International   Journal of Science and Technology 3(2):1-17. ISSN: 2225-8612 (Print) ISSN 2227-     5444    (Online). Article available online at       http://afrrevjo.net/journals/stech/vol_3_no_2_art_1_Ayinde-Muchie-Folaranmi.pdf 
  3.  Babalola Folaranmi D., Opii Egbe E. and Oso Abiodun O., 2014. Factors Contributing to    Use of Biomass as Domestic Fuel and Options for Efficient and Sustainable Usage in             Nigeria. African Journal of Sustainable Devt 4(1):137-150. Article online at       http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsd/article/view/106786 
  4.  Folaranmi D. Babalola, Ibraheem Lawal, Egbe E. Opii, and Abiodun O. Oso., 2014. Roles of and Threats to Indigenous Cultural beliefs in Sacred Forests of Southwest Nigeria.             Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science 13(2):41-50. Published by Agricultural      University of Tirana, (Universiteti Bujqësor i Tiranës, UBT) Albania. Available online at   https://docs.google.com/a/ubt.edu.al/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=dWJ0LmVkdS5hbHx      yc3NifGd4OjJjODZmNWI2ZWJiYjI1Mzg 
  5.  Babalola F.D., 2014. Potentials and Challenges of Indigenous Knowledge in Conservation   of Biodiversity in Osun Oshogbo Sacred Grove, Nigeria. International Journal of Science          and Nature 5(2): 353-358. ISSN 2229 – 6441. Published by Society for Science and           Nature. Available online at http://www.scienceandnature.org/IJSN_Vol5(2)J2014/IJSN-     VOL5(2)14-36CS2.pdf 
  6.  Babalola, O.A. and Babalola, F.D. 2014. The use of ICTs among Distance Learning Students of University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Covenant Journal of Communication 2(1):1-      20. Published by Department of Mass Communication, Covenant University, Ota,           Nigeria. ISSN (Online): 2354 - 3515; ISSN (Print): 2354 - 354x.       https://journals.covenantuniversity.edu.ng/index.php/cjoc/article/view/63 
  7.  Babalola, F.D., 2014. Underfunding of Research in Nigeria: Exploring Strategy for   Intervention at Cocoa Research Institute of Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 13(1):7-15. Published by Agricultural University of Tirana, (Universiteti   Bujqësor i Tiranës, UBT) Albania. ISSN: 2218-2020. Article available online at             https://docs.google.com/a/ubt.edu.al/viewer?a=v&pid=sites&srcid=dWJ0LmVkdS5hbHx      yc3NifGd4OjQ0YjNiYTUxYWQxN2FmMDc
  8.  Chidiebere Ofoegbu, S. Ogbonnaya and Folaranmi D., Babalola (2014): Sawmill     conversion efficiency and wood recovery of timber species in cross river state Nigeria.      Agriculture and Forestry, Vol 60(1):105-113. Link to article online:           http://www.agricultforest.ac.me/data/20140222-010%20OFOEGBU%20et%20al.pdf
  9.  Aderolu IA, Babalola FD, Ugioro O, Anagbogu CF, Ndagi I, Mokwunye FC, Mokwunye     IU, Idrisu M and Asogwa EU, 2014. Production and marketing of Coffee (Coffea     robusta) in Kogi State, Nigeria: Challenges and recommendation for intervention.           Journal of Social Science Research 3(2):207-215.
  10.  Rivera-Ferre, M. G., Pereira, L., Karpouzoglou, T., Nicholas, K. A., Onzere, S.,         Waterlander,   W., Mahomoodally, F., Vrieling, A., Babalola, F.D., Ummenhofer, C. C., Dogra, A., de Conti, A., Baldermann, S., Evoh, C., & Bollmohr, S. 2013. A vision for    transdisciplinarity in Future Earth: Perspectives from young researchers. Journal of             Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development, 3(4), 249–260.       http://dx.doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2013.034.028. ISSN: 2152-0801 online.
  11.  F.D. Babalola, T.I. Borokini, A.O. Onefeli & M. Muchie, 2013. Socio-Economic      Contributions of an Indigenous Tree in Urban Areas of Southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 5(6):479-489. ISSN 2042-       1338 (Print), 2042-1346. Published by Taylor and Francis Online.      http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/20421338.2013.820449 (Online)       http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/20421338.2013.820449#.UkLcrtJkMZ4
  12.  Borokini, T.I., Onefeli, A.O. and Babalola, F.D., 2013. Inventory Analysis of Milicia            excelsa (Welw C. C. Berg.) in Ibadan (Ibadan Metropolis and University of Ibadan),    Nigeria. Journal of Plant Studies 2(1): 97-109. ISSN 1927-0461 E-ISSN 1927-047X.       doi:10.5539/jps.v2n1p97.  Accessible online at    http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/jps/article/view/20795/14941
  13.  Babalola, F.D. & Opii, E.E. (2013). Charcoal versus other Domestic Cooking Fuel: Survey of Fcators influencing Consumption in selected Households of Benue State, Nigeria.        Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 15(4):25-37. ISSN: 1520-5509. Online at           http://jsd-africa.com/Jsda/Vol15No4-          Summer2013B/PDF/Charcoal%20versus%20Other%20Domestic%20Cooking%20Fuels.        Babalola%20Folaranmi%20Dapo.pdf
  14.  Babalola, F.D. & Babalola, A.O. (2013). Health issues within informal sector: Perception of       market women on HIV/AIDS in Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Sustainable Development      in Africa 15(7):65-80. ISSN: 1520-5509. Published by the Clarion University Of            Pennsylvania. Available online at: http://www.jsd-africa.com/Jsda/Vol15No7-     Winter2013A/PDF/Health%20Issues%20Within%20Formal%20Sector%20Perception%2          0of%20Market%20Women%20on%20HIV%20Aids%20in%20Ibadan%20Nigeria.Babal        ola%20Folaranmi.pdf
  15.  Babalola Folaranmi D., Opii Egbe E. and Oso Abiodun O. (2014). Factors Contributing to Use of Biomass as Domestic Fuel and Options for Efficient and Sustainable Usage in             Nigeria. African Journal of Sustainable Devt 4(1):137-150.           https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsd/article/view/106786
  16.  Babalola Folaranmi D., Opii Egbe E. and Oso Abiodun O. (2014). Factors Contributing to Use of Biomass as Domestic Fuel and Options for Efficient and Sustainable Usage in             Nigeria. African Journal of Sustainable Devt 4(1):137-150.           https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsd/article/view/106786
  17.  Babalola Folaranmi D., Opii Egbe E. and Oso Abiodun O., 2014. Factors Contributing to    Use of Biomass as Domestic Fuel and Options for Efficient and Sustainable Usage in             Nigeria. African Journal of Sustainable Devt 4(1):137-150.          http://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajsd/article/view/106786
  18.  F.D. Babalola, Ibraheem Lawal, Egbe E. Opii, and Abiodun O. Oso., 2014. Roles of and      Threats to Indigenous Cultural beliefs in Sacred Forests of Southwest Nigeria. Albanian Journal of Agricultural Science 13(2):41-50.  
  19.  Babalola F.D., 2014. Potentials and Challenges of Indigenous Knowledge in Conservation   of Biodiversity in Osun Oshogbo Sacred Grove, Nigeria. International Journal of            Science and Nature 5(2): 353-358.       http://www.scienceandnature.org/IJSN_Vol5(2)J2014/IJSN-VOL5(2)14-36CS2.pdf
  20.  F.D. Babalola, T.I. Borokini, A.O. Onefeli & M. Muchie, 2013. Socio-Economic      Contributions of an Indigenous Tree in Urban Areas of Southwest Nigeria. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development 5(6):479-489.         http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/20421338.2013.820449
  21.  Babalola, F.D. & Opii, E.E. (2013). Charcoal versus other Domestic Cooking Fuel: Survey of Fcators influencing Consumption in selected Households of Benue State, Nigeria.        Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa 15(4):25-37.
  22.  Borokini, T.I. and Babalola, F.D., 2012. Management of invasive plant species in Nigeria     through economic exploitation: lessons from other countries. Management of Biological          Invasions 3(1):45–55. ISSN 1989-8649. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3391/mbi.2012.3.1.05. Accessible online at       http://www.reabic.net/journals/mbi/2012/1/MBI_2012_1_Borokini_Babalola.pdf 
  23.  Babalola, F.D., 2012. Value Chain Analysis of Parkia biglobosa (Jacq. Benth) R.Br. ex          G.Don in South-west Nigeria. Int Jor of Basic and Applied Sci (IJBAS) 1(3): 210-217.   ISSN 2277-1921
  24.  Ndagi, I., Babalola, F.D., Mokwunye, I.U., Anagbogu, C.F., Aderolu, I.A., Ugioro, O.,         Asogwa, E.U., Idrisu, M., Mokwunye, F.C., 2012. Potentials and Challenges of Kola     Production in Niger State, Nigeria. ISRN Agronomy Vol. 2012:1 – 9.           doi:10.5402/2012/492394. ISSN: 2090-7664. Accessed online at    http://www.isrn.com/journals/agronomy/2012/492394/ 
  25.  F.D. Babalola, T.O. Amusa, Z.J. Wala, S.T. Ivande, J.O. Ihuma, T.I. Borokini, O.O. Jegede & D. Tanko, 2012. Spatial distribution of turaco-preferred food plants in Ngel Nyaki            Forest Reserve, Mambilla Plateau, Taraba State, Nigeria. Biodiversity 13(2): 100-107.       ISSN: 1488-8386 Link to article online:       http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14888386.2012.692175 
  26.  T.I. Borokini, F.D., Babalola, T.O. Amusa, S.T. Ivande, Z.J. Wala, O.O. Jegede, D. Tanko, and J.O. Ihuma, 2012. Community-based Forest Resources Management in Nigeria: Case         study of Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve, Mambilla Plateau, Taraba State, Nigeria. Jor of            Tropical Forestry and Envt Vol. 2, No. 01: 69-76. ISSN: 2235-9370 Print / 2235-9362        Online. Online at: http://journals.sjp.ac.lk/index.php/JTFE/article/view/571/149
  27.  Temitope I. Borokini, Fola D. Babalola, Tajudeen O. Amusa, Samuel T. Ivande, Zingfa J.    Wala, Oluwabunmi O. Jegede, Dauda Tanko and Jerome O. Ihuma, 2012. Tropical    Montane Forest Biodiversity in Nigeria – Case Study of Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve,     Mambilla Plateau. Int. Jor. Of Envtal Sci. 2:95-104. ISSN 2277–1948. Accessible online         at http://crdeep.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Vol-1-_2_-11-IJES.pdf  
  28.  Adefalu, L.L.; Oladipo, F.O.; Usman, B.A.; Babalola, F.D.; Egere, S., and Amusa,    T.O.,2012. Rural Women Perception on Bushmeat Trade around Kainji Lake National    Park, Niger State, Nigeria. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management 5(1): 20-25. ISSN: 1998- 0507. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/ejesm.v5i1.3 
  29.  Aboyeji, C. M. and Babalola, F.D., 2013. Effect of inorganic fertilizer application on            growth       and yield of Thevetia peruviana (pers) Schum. (Yellow Oleander) in the     Southern Guinea       Savannah of Nigeria. Agrosearch 13(2):32-41.         http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/agrosh.v13i2.4.       ISSN: 1117-9996. Link to article online:       http://www.ajol.info/index.php/agrosh/article/view/98742/88005  
  30.  Onefeli A.O., Babalola F.D. and Borokini T.I., 2012. Volume Prediction for Milicia africa   (Welw C.C. Berg.) Trees in Selected Institutions in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Journal of Agricultural Science and Environment 12(1):26-38. ISSN: 2277–2755 (Print); 2315–       7453 (Online).
  31.  Adesiji, G.B. and Babalola, F.D. 2012. Sacred Forests: Indigenous knowledge for     conservation of forest at Ifo Local Government Area of Ondo State, Nigeria. African    Journal of Sustainable Devt 2(1):117-134.
  32.  Babalola, F. D., and Opii, Egbe E. (2012). Factors Affecting Consumption of Charcoal as     Household Energy in Benue State, Nigeria. International Journal of Organic Agriculture   Research and Development, 6: 68 – 81.
  33.  Babalola, F.D., Oso, A.O and Borokini, T.I., 2012. Emerging initiatives in the production     and consumption of Bioenergy and Biofuels: A Review. International Journal of    Phytofuels and Allied Sciences. 1(1):102-114.
  34.  Asogwa, E.U, M. Idrisu, I. Ndagi, I.U. Mokwunye, F.D. Babalola, I.A. Aderolu and F.C.      Mokwunye (2012). Usage of insecticide spraying equipment and protective measures by    cocoa farmers in Nigeria. African Jor of Agric Res and Devt 5(1):66-75.
  35.  Idrisu, M., Babalola, F.D., Mokwunye, I.U., Anagbogu, C.F., Aderolu, I.A., Ugioro, O.,        Asogwa, E.U., Ndagi, I., Mokwunye, F.C. (2012). Survey on Factors Affecting Marketing of Coffee (Coffea robusta) in Kogi State, Nigeria: Issues and          recommendations. Agrosearch Vol. 12 (1): 37 – 49. ISSN: 1117-9996. Link to article            online: http://www.ajol.info/index.php/agrosh/article/view/79919 
  36.  Mokwunye, I.U., Babalola, F.D., Ndagi, I., Idrisu, M., Mokwunye, F.C., and Asogwa, E.U. 2012. Farmers’ Awareness and Compliance with the Use of Approved Cocoa Pesticides       in Selected States of Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture and Social Research. 12(2): 44 – 60.     ISSN: 1595-7470
  37.  Babalola, F.D., and Abi Ene., 2011. Developing rural communities by protecting tropical     forests: Contribution of community based forest management in Cross-River State,      Nigeria. In: Bojang, F. and Ndeso-Atanga, A. (eds), The forest sector in the green   economy in Africa. Nature and Faune Vol. 26(1):82-87. ISSN–L: 2026-5611. Published       by Food and Agriculture Organisation of United Nation (FAO). Accessible online at         http://www.fao.org/docrep/015/an170e/an170e00.pdf 
  38.  Babalola, F.D., 2011. Domestic Energy Carriers and Consumption Pattern: Implications of   Biomass Energy on Household Welfare in Rural and Urban Households of Southwest    Nigeria. Mediterranean Journal of Biofuels and Bioenergy. Vol. 1(1); 5-13.
  39.  Babalola, F.D. (2011). Marketing of African walnut (Tetracarpidium conophorum Mull.       (Arg)) in Southwest Nigeria: Production Issues and Contributions to Stakeholders. Jor. Of Agric Sci and Tech B 1 (2011): 523-531. ISSN 1939-1250.
  40.  Babalola, F.D. 2011. A review of the significance of non-timber forest products to rural        livelihoods in Nigeria. In: Foday Bojang and Ada Ndeso-Atanga (eds) Economic and        social significance of forests for Africa’s sustainable development. Nature & Faune   Volume 25, Issue 2. 25-29. ISSN–L: 2026-5611. Published by Food and Agriculture          Organisation of United Nation (FAO). http://www.fao.org/africa/publications/nature-and-         faune 
  41.  Babalola, F.D. and Arowosoge, O.G.E., 2011. Overhead wooden transmission pole (WTP)   trade in Ibadan, Oyo state Nigeria: issues on product quality and standard. Int Jor of Acad       Res, Vol. 3. No. 2. 1146-1152. Republic of Azerbaijan. Print: ISSN: 2075-4124, Online:   E-ISSN: 2075-7107. Available online at http://www.ijar.lit.az/pdf/10/2011%2810-         182%29.pdf 
  42.  Babalola, F.D. and Agbeja, B.O., 2010. Marketing and distribution of Garcinia kola Heckel (Bitter kola) in southwest Nigeria: opportunity for development of a biological product.      Egyptian Journal of Biology Vol. 12:12-17. ISSN 1110-6859. Accessible online at       http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/~plzfg/EBBSoc/ejb12/3-Babalola&Agbeja_2010.pdf 
  43.  Babalola, F.D., Amonum, J.I.N and Opii, E.E., 2010. Household energy preference and its   implications in selected rural and urban areas of Ondo State, Nigeria. Journal of Forests      and Forest Products. 3:50-57.
  44.  Babalola, F. D., 2010. Issues and Options for Appropriate Management Strategies of            Campus Trees at University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Ecology 11:33-42.
  45.  Babalola, F.D. 2009. Prospects and challenges of production and marketing of non-timber     forest products (NTFPs) by rural farmers in southwest Nigeria. Academic Journal of             Plant Sciences 2 (4): 222-230. Accessible online at:     http://www.idosi.org/ajps/2(4)09/1.pdf. ISSN 1995-8986; EISSN: 2078-4635.
  46.  Babalola, F.D. and Agbeja, B.O. (2009). Marketing of Irvingia spp (Bush mango) in             Southwest Nigeria: prospects and challenges. Research Journal of Agriculture and           Biological Sciences, 5(6): 944-953. Accessible online at       http://www.aensiweb.com/rjabs/rjabs/2009/944-953.pdf  ISSN: 1816-1561 (Print); 1819-           5415 (Online); 1816-2754 (CD-ROM).
  47.  Babalola, F.D. and Opii, E. E., 2009. Marketing of Prosopsis 9fricana (Guill, Perrott and      Rich) and issues on product sustainability in Benue State, Nigeria. Agricultural    Economics and Marketing Journal, 2(1): 12-18. ISSN 2079-2042.
  48.  Babalola, F.D. 2009. Joint Forest Management (JFM): opportunity for implementation of     rural development projects in Cross River State, Nigeria. African Scientist 10(3): 127-         137. http://www.klobex.org/journals/afs/afs10/afs1030209060.pdf. ISSN: 1595-6881.
  49.  Amonum, J.I., Babalola, F.D. and Agera S.I.N., 2009. Agroforestry Systems in Nigeria:       Review Of Concepts And Practices. Journal of Research in Forestry, Wildlife and             Environment Vol 1(1): 18-30. ISSN: 2141-1778. Available online at           http://www.ajol.info/index.php/jrfwe/article/view/82812 
  50.  Oso, A.O. and Babalola, F.D. 2009. Socio-economic evaluation of Bamboo (Bambusa          vulgaris (Scrand ex Wendel) Trade in Ogun State, Nigeria. Journal of Agriculture         Research and Policies 4(2): 95-100. ISSN: 2006-1099.
  51.  Babalola F. D. 2008. Assessment of small scale private nursery enterprise in Ibadan, Oyo     state Nigeria. Small-Scale Forestry, Vol. 7, No. 3. Pp. 263-273. ISSN 1873-7617 (Print)     1873-7854 (Online). DOI: 10.1007/s11842-008-9054-2. Accessible online at:       http://link.springer.com/content/pdf/10.1007%2Fs11842-008-9054-2.pdf 
  52.  Babalola, F.D. and Agbeja, B.O. 2008. Potentials of multipurpose trees producing non-        timber forest products (NTFPs) on farmland in South-western States of Nigeria. Nigeria      Journal of Forestry Vol. 38 (1):49-56.
  53.  Babalola F. D. 2007. Agroforestry development: assessment of socio-economic factors in     the three Divisions of Ogun state, Nigeria. Obeche Journal. 25 (1): 36 – 44. ISSN: 0078-           2912.
  54.  Babalola, F.D., Opii, E.E., and Ajayi, C.A., 2007. Consumer willingness-to-pay for food      security: The case study of Frozen Fish in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Obeche Journal.         25 (2): 51-59. ISSN: 0078-2912.
  55.  Babalola F.D., 2006. Sustainable management strategies for recruitment of economic timber       species in a degraded natural tropical lowland rainforest. Nigeria Journal of Forestry. 36 (2):79-90.
  56.  Ajayi, C. A. and Babalola, F.D., 2006. Assessment of two public nurseries producing tree    seedlings for commercial purpose in Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria. Nigeria Journal of Forestry. 36 (1):71-78.
  57.  Babalola, F.D. and C.A., Ajayi 2002. Forest policy review: implication for sustainable          forest management in Kwara state Nigeria. Obeche Journal. 24 (1): 44-55. ISSN: 0078-        2912.