Dr. Ir. Paul Césaire GNANGLE

Fellow researcher

Research interests : Agroforerstry of Non Timber Forest Products: shea butter (since 2000) – Agricultural RD capacityEmpirical research – Climatology

Position

Research fellow

Research interests

  • Agroforerstry of Non Timber Forest Products: shea butter (since 2000)
  • Agricultural RD capacityEmpirical research
  • Climatology

Background

  • Since July, 2013: In charge of Research (CAMES), Agroforestry, Climatology, National Institute of Agricultural Researches of Benin
  • 2009 – 2012: PhD in Agricultural Sciences, University of Abomey-Calavi, Benin
  • February, 2005: Advance Master of Science (DEA) in Management of Natural Resources, Faculty of Agronomics Sciences of the University of Abomey-Calavi
  • September, 1995: Diploma of 3rd cycle in Sciences of Environment. Option : Agrometeorology, Arlon, Belgium
  • February, 1992: Diploma of Agronomy Ingeneer. Option : Economy and Rural Sociology, Faculty of Agronomics Sciences of the National University of Benin (now University of Abomey-Calavi)
  • September, 1990: Diploma of Genral Agronomy, Faculty of Agronomics Sciences of the National University of Benin (presently University of Abomey-Calavi).

Awards and distinctions

  • Interdisciplinary and Participatory Research on Interactions Ecosystems, Climate and Societies in West Africa Project (RIPIECSA)
  • African Union Jatropha Project (PJUA)

Profiles and Curriculum

Total number of publications

  • Articles scientifiques publiés dans les journaux: 27
  • Communications: 3
  • Documents techniques: 6

Key publications

  1. Gnanglè, P.C., Gbèmavo, C.D.S.J., Aïhou, K., Glèlè Kakaï, R. L., Sokpon, N. 2013. Productivity of cotton and sorghum in an agroforestry system of shea trees (Vitellaria paradoxa) in northern Benin. Vo.5, N02, (207-213) (Natural Science).
  2. Gnanglè, P.C., Yabi, J. A., Yegbemey R. N., Sokpon, N. 2012. Economic profitability of production systems of shea parklands in northern Benin in relation with adaptations regarding climate changes. African Crop Science Journal, Vol.20. Issue Supplement s2. Pp 589-602 ISSN 1021-9730/2012
  3. . N’Djolossè, K., Atachi, P., and Gnanglè, P.C., 2012. Inventory of insects associated with shea tree (Vitellaria poaradoxa) (Sapotacea) in Central and Northern Benin. 2012, International Journal of Tropical Insect Science Vol, 32, No 3, pp 158-165. doi: 10.1017 / S1742758412000240 Gnanglè, P.C., Egah, J., Baco M, N., Gbèmavo, C.D.S.J., Glèlè Kakaï, R. L., Sokpon, N. 2012. Peasant perceptions, adaptation strategies in the management of shea parklands regarding the climate change (Int. J. Biol. Chem. Sci. 6, 136-149, February 2012, Number 1. ISSN 1991-8631)
  4. Gnanglè, P.C. 2010. Management of shea butter in the context of climate change. International Innovation. Disseminating science, research and technology. Environment: October 2010. P 54-55. ISSN 2041-4552