Publications by: Emmanuel Opoku Acheampong

Also publishes as (Emmanuel O. Acheampong, Emmanuel Acheampong)

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Asamoah, Obed, Danquah, Jones Abrefa, Bamwesiegwe, Dastan, Verter, Nahanga, Acheampong, Emmanuel, Boateng, Charles Mario, Kuittinen, Suvi, Appiah, Mark, and Pappinen, Ari (2023) Perceptions of commercialisation and value-addition of non-timber forest products in forest adjacent communities in Ghana. Discover Sustainability, 4. 30.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku, Sloan, Sean, Sayer, Jeffrey, and MacGregor, Colin J. (2022) African Forest-Fringe Farmers Benefit from Modern Farming Practices despite High Environmental Impacts. Land, 11 (2). 145.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku, Sayer, Jeffrey, Macgregor, Colin J., and Sloan, Sean (2021) Factors influencing the adoption of agricultural practices in Ghana's forest-fringe communities. Land, 10 (3). 266.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku (2021) Drivers of change in farming systems and forest cover in Ghana. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Acheampong, Emmanuel O., Sayer, Jeffrey, MacGregor, Colin, and Sloan, Sean (2020) Application of landscape approach principles motivates forest fringe farmers to reforest Ghana’s degraded reserves. Forests, 11 (4). 411.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku, MacGregor, Colin J., Sloan, Sean, and Sayer, Jeff (2019) Deforestation is driven by agricultural expansion in Ghana's forest reserves. Scientific African, 5. e00146.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku, Sayer, Jeffrey, and MacGregor, Colin J. (2018) Road improvement enhances smallholder productivity and reduces forest encroachment in Ghana. Environmental Science & Policy, 85. pp. 64-71.

Acheampong, Emmanuel Opoku (2016) Impact of roads on farm size, market participation, and forest cover change in rural Ghana. Masters (Research) thesis, James Cook University.

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