(a)  Books  already published: Nil

 (b)  Chapters in Books already published:

 1     *Ogedengbe, K. (2000).  “Soil and Water Conservation Engineering (Chapter 3)” in Introduction to Agricultural Engineering edited by Mijinyawa, Y.; Ogedengbe, K.; Ajav, E.A. and K. Aremu.  Published by Aluelemhegbe Publishers. ISBN 978 – 978 – 084 - 729-6, 146 pp. (Percentage contribution: 100%)

 2     *Adedeji, O.A. and Kola Ogedengbe (2006). “Food Production, The Agricultural Engineer and The Future of Nigeria (Chapter 3)” in National Dialogue; The Future of Nigeria edited by Ayodele, C.O. and S.I.Fabarebo. Published by DPT Publishing Department. ISBN: 978 – 070 – 253 - 3, 148 pp. (Percentage contribution: 50%)

 (c) Articles that have already appeared in Referred Conference Proceedings:

 3    Sangodoyin, A.Y. and K. Ogedengbe (1987): Trend in Agricultural Mechanization and Productivity in Nigeria (1975-1988).  Effects of Inflation, equipment cost and government policy.  Proceedings of the Nigerian Society of Agricultural Engineers, Vol.11, pp. 391 - 262. (Percentage contribution: 50%)

 4       Ogedengbe, K. (1988): Les études sur des paramètres hydrauliques des bambou     utilisable en irrigation et drainage.( translated as Studies on the Hydraulic characteristics of Bamboos used in Irrigation and Drainage).  Proceedings of International Commission on Agricultural Engineering, Sept. 5-10, pp. 386 - 396. (Percentage contribution: 100%)

 5     * Ogedengbe, K. and A.Y. Sangodoyin (1998): On the Potentials of Coconut Fibre and Polystyrene Granules in Land Drainage Systems.  Proceedings of the Nigerian Society of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 20, pp. 102 - 107.                              (Percentage contribution: 60%)

 6    * Ogedengbe, K. and A.O. Oke (2000): Study on the Deterioration of Chemically Treated Buried Bamboo Pipes. Proceedings of the Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 22, pp 144 - 147. (Percentage contribution: 70%)

7      *Ogedengbe, K. and A.O. Akinwole (2000): Evaluation of Goat and Poultry manure as Soil Amendments for Okra. Production on Sandy Loam Soil in Kaduna State of Nigeria.  Proceedings of the Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 22,  pp 140 - 143. (Percentage contribution: 70%)

* Means paper which have appeared/been accepted since last promotion

8    *Ogedengbe, K. and O.A. Fasina (2001): Waste Management of Cattle and Poultry (Manures) in Vegetable Production in a Sandy Loam Soil. Proceedings of the Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 23, pp. 213 - 218. (Percentage contribution: 70%)

9 *Ogedengbe, K and A.O. Adesina (2004): Geographical Information System Methodology for Generating Isoerodent Map of Nigeria. Proceedings of the International Conference and 26th  Annual General meeting of the the, Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 26, pp 170 - 174. (Percentage contribution: 65%)

10 * Ogedengbe, K. and Olufayo, O.A. (2004). Analysis of Daily Rainfall at Specific Rainfall Threshold. Proceedings of the International Conference and 26th  Annual General meeting of the Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Vol. 26, pp 198 - 201. (Percentage contribution: 70%)

11 * Ogedengbe, K. and Fakayode,O.(2005): Infiltration with Porous and Non-Porous Simulated Residue Pieces on a Sandy Loam Soil. Proceeding of the International Conference on Science and Technology, Aug. 14 – 19, pp 710 - 713. (Percentage contribution: 70%)

12    *Ogedengbe, K. and Ewemoje,T.A. (2006): Assessment of Pollution Effect of Direct Use of Poultry Faecal Wastes in Fish Ponds. Proceedings of the  Annual Conference and General Meeting of the Environment Division of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, Sept. 19 – 21,  pp 12 - 16. (Percentage contribution: 50%)

13    * Adedeji, O.A. and K. Ogedengbe (2009):  Performance Evaluation of an enhanced Microcomputer-Based Irrigation System. Proceedings of the International Conference of West African Society of Agricultural Engineers and 9th International Conference of Nigerian Institution of Agricultural Engineers, Jan. 25 – 29,  pp 401-407. (Percentage contribution: 50%)

(d)   Patents: Nil

(e)  Articles that have already appeared in Learned Journals:

14        Lucas, E. B. and K. Ogedengbe (1987): Shrinkage Characteristics of Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris).  Nigerian Journal of Forestry, Vol. 17 (1 and 2), pp. 7 – 11. (Nigeria) (Percentage contribution: 80%)

15    Sangodoyin, A.Y. and K. Ogedengbe (1991):  Subsurface Water Quality and Quantity from Standpoint of Irrigation and Livestock.  International Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 38, pp 251 - 262. (United Kingdom). (Percentage contribution: 50%)

16    *Ogedengbe, K. and T.A. Ewemoje (2001): Determination of Discharge Coefficient of Rectangular Side Weirs.  Journal of Applied Science and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 32 - 35. (AJOL/Kenya). (Percentage contribution: 50%)

17    *Oyebode, Y.O. and K. Ogedengbe (2001):Some Mechanical Properties of Bamboo (Bambusa vulgaris, Schrad). African Journal of Environmental Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 108 - 112. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 45%)

18    *Ogedengbe, K. and Elutade (2003): Effects of Irrigation on Soil Nutrient Status and Groundwater Quality. Journal of Agricultural Engineering and Technology, Vol. 11, pp 45 - 50. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

19  *Ogedengbe,K., Akinwole,A.O.and A.O.Babatunde (2003): Effluent Characteristics of Selected Industries in Western Nigeria and Implications for Result in Agricultural Production. Journal of Environmental Extension, Vol. 4, pp 79 - 82. (African Journal on Line (AJOL/Kenya). (Percentage contribution: 60%)

20  *Ogedengbe, K. and C.O. Akinbile (2004): Determination of Consumptive Water Use of Corchorus oliforius (ewedu) Using Blaney-Morin Simulation Model Journal of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 11 No.3, pp 5653 - 5663.(Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

21  *Ogedengbe,K. and O.A. Oke (2004):Studies on the Potentials of Opeki River Dam for Water Supply and Irrigation.  Moor Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol.5 No. 1, pp 74 - 81.(Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

22  *Ogedengbe, K. and C.O. Akinbile (2004): Impact of Industrial Pollutants on Quality of Groundwater and Surface Waters at Oluyole Industrial Estate, Ibadan, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Technological Development, Vol.4 Nos. 1&2, pp 139 -144. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 70%)

23 *Oyebode, Y.O. and Ogedengbe, K. (2004): Performance Evaluation of some Drilling Bits on (BAMBOO VULGARIS, SCHRAD) as Water Conveyance Structure International Journal of Science and Technological Research, Vol.1 Nos.1&2, pp 165 - 172. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 40%)

24  *Ogedengbe, K., Akintola, O.A. and O.J. Idowu (2005): Determination of Rainfall Erosivity Map for Nigeria. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 11 No. 2, pp 253 - 256. (AJOL, (UK). (Percentage contribution: 60%) 


25  *Lucas, E. B., Ogedengbe, K. and T.P. Abegunrin (2005): Guttering System Design for Rainwater Harvesting Applicable for Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria. Lautech Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3 (2), pp 93 - 98. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 40%)

26  *Ogedengbe, K. and O.J. Adeosun, (2006):  Development of Portable, Low cost Fish Egg Incubator .World Journal of Biotechnology, Vol. 7, pp 984 - 990. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

27  *Ogedengbe. K, Afolayan, S.O. and Adama,K. (2006) : Response of Three Different Soil Locations to Rainstorm using Amaranthus hybridus as Vegetal Cover. International Agricultural Engineering Journal, Vol. 15 (2-3), pp131 - 138. (Thailand). (Percentage contribution: 60%)

28  *Ogedengbe, K. and A.O.  Akinwole (2006): Effect of Septa Removal Methods on the Performance of Bambusa vulgaris for Water Conveyance. Futajeet, International Journal of Engineering and Engineering Technology, Vol. 5 No.1, pp 20 - 24.( Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 70%)

29  *Falode, O.A., Ogedengbe, K. and T. Bickersteth (2006): Managing Environmental Conflict in the Oil Producing Areas of Nigeria.  Trends in Applied Sciences Research, Vol. 1 No.3, pp 259 - 272. (USA). (Percentage contribution: 30%)

30    *Ogedengbe,K. and A.O. Oke (2006) : A Study on Failures of Earth Dams in Nigeria: A Case Study of Cham Dam in Gombe State Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science, Vol. 9 No, 3, pp 6545 - 6558. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

31    *Christopher. O. Akinbile and K.Ogedengbe (2006):On the Dynamics of Advance Wetting Front in Furrow Irrigation in Nigeria.  Journal of Applied Irrigation Science Dlg-Verlag,(Percentage contribution: 50%) Vol, 41 No.2, pp 203 - 222. (Germany).

32     *Ogedengbe, K. (2006): The Impact of Open Dumping of Poultry Waste on the Quality of Soil and Water in Ibadan, Nigeria. Journal of Applied Science and Technology, Vol. 6 No. 1, pp 27 - 33 (AJOL/Kenya). (Percentage contribution: 100%)

33    *Ogedengbe, K. Akinwole, A.O.and Adeoye, P.A. (2006): Development of a Low –Cost Laboratory Jig for Soil Erosion Studies. Nigerian Journal of Tropical Engineering, Vol.6 No.1&2, pp 56 - 65 (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 60%)

34   *Ogedengbe, K. and Christopher. O. Akinbile (2007): Well Water Disinfection by Solar Radiation in Ibadan, Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Technological Development, Vol.5 No. 1 & 2, pp 39 - 47. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

35    *Lucas, E. B., Ogedengbe, K. and T.P. Abegunrin (2007): The Design of an Underground Storage System for Rainwater Harvesting in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria. Lautech Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol 4 No 1, pp38 - 42. (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 40%)

36    *Ogedengbe, K. and B. Alaba (2007):  The Use of Akaike Information Criterion (AIC) to select the Best Stochastic Model for Opeki River flow Forecasting. Ife Journal of Technology, Vol. 16 (1), pp 81 - 8 6 (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

37    *Omobowale, M.O. and Ogedengbe, K. (2008): Trends in the Fiber Characteristics of Nigerian Grown Bamboo and its Effect on its Impact and Tensile Strength. Bamboo Science and Culture. The Journal of American Bamboo Society, Vol. 21(1), pp 9 - 13 (USA). (Percentage contribution: 50%)

38  *Ogedengbe, K. and Afolayan, S.O. (2008): Agricultural Potential of Dredged Soils of the Lagos Lagoon. Nigerian Journal of Horticultural Science, Vol.13 pp51-57.(Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

39    *Ogedengbe, K. and Ilupeju, S.A.O. (2008):  A Technical Assessment of Water Supply Quality and Distribution in three Local Government Areas of Lagos State, Nigeria. Arid Zone Jjournal of Engineering, Ttechnology and Environment, Vol. 6 , pp 1 - 9 (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 70%)

40  *Ogedengbe, K., M.A. Onilude and M.O. Omobowale (2008): Influence of Fiber    Characteristic of Nigerian grown Bambusa vulgaris, Schrad on its relative density and burst strength. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan, Vol.7 No. 1&2, pp 31 - 39 (India). (Percentage contribution: 60%)

41 *Ogedengbe, K. (2008): Evaluation of the Pipe Burst Strength of three Species of      Bamboo. Ife Journal of Technology, Vol. 17(1), pp 11- 17(Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 100%)

42 *Ogedengbe. K. and C. O. Akinbile (2009):  Environmental Impact of Bitumen on Soil , Water and Plant in Ladosa Area, Ode- Irele, Ondo State, Nigeria. Journal of Science and Technology, Vol. 29 No. 1, pp 1 - 7 (Ghana). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

43 *Ogedengbe, K., A.O. Adesina , and R.T. Alabi (2008):  Estimation of the R-Factor of Universal/Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation Using Monthly Rainfall Amount for Nigeria. Journal of World Association of Soil and Water Conservation, Paper No.J2-9, pp 121 - 127(USA). (Percentage contribution: 60%)

44 *Afolayan, S.O., Ogedengbe, K., Adeoye, I.B., Olufunmi,O.O. and Ajetunmobi,   T. (2009): Development and Performance Evaluation of Rainwater Harvester for Drip Irrigation of Juvenile Citrus Orchard. Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 62-64, pp 213 - 220. (Switzerland). (Percentage contribution: 30%)

45 *Afolayan, S.O., Adeoye, J.B., Olufunmi, O.O., Ogedengbe, K. and Ajetunmobi, T. (2009): Agro economic Analysis of Juvenile Citrus Intercropped with some arable crops in south western Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture,Economic and Extension, Vol. No. 1, pp 88 - 91 (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 20%)

46 *Afolayan, S.O., Ogedengbe K, I.B. Adeoye, O.O. Olufunmi and T. Ajetunmobi (2009): Growth Response of Juvenile Citrus Seedlings to Fertiliser Application under Rainwater Harvesting Based Drip Irrigation. Global Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 2No.4, pp 525 - 533(India). (Percentage contribution: 30%)

47 * Ogedengbe, K. and Christopher Akinbile (2010):  Comparative Analysis of the Impact     of Industrial and Agricultural Effluent on Ona Stream in Ibadan, Nigeria.  New York Science Journal, Vol .3(7), pp 25 - 33(USA). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

48 * Atojunere, E.E, Ogedengbe, K and S.O. Afolayan (2010): Effects of Bitumen Deposits and Seepage on Soil Physico-Chemical and Hydrological Properties in Agbabu, South West, Nigeria. Global Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol.3 No. 2, pp 257 - 261(India). (Percentage contribution: 40%)

49* Atojunere,E.E., F.I.Oyeleke, Ogedengbe,K and S,O. Afolayan (2010): Significance of Soil Rheological Properties to Tillage in Ilorin North Central, Nigeria. Global Journal of Engineering and Technology, Vol. 3 No. 2, pp 253 - 256(India). (Percentage contribution: 30%)

50 * Afolayan, S.O., Ogedengbe,K. Olaniyan,A.A.,Akinyemi S.O .S and O.Popoola (2010):   Sustainable Water Management System for Crop Production in Nigeria- Plantain, Citrus, Pineapple and Tomato as Case Studies. Global journal of Engineering and technology,   Vol. 3 No. 2 pp 245 - 251(India). (Percentage contribution: 20%)

51 *Bashir, A.U., K.Ogedengbe and J.M. Dibal (2009): Assessment of the Tube Wells   Water Quality for Irrigation in Jere Local Government Area of Borno State, Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture, Vol. 2 No. 3, pp 11 - 13 (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 40%)

 (f)  Books, Chapters in Books and Articles already accepted for Publications

52 *Ogedengbe, K.. and Akintola O.A. (2006): Evaluation of Rainfall Erositivity Maps  Constructed Using Mean Monthly Rainfall Data.  Accepted by Asian Network for Scientific Information,(Pakistan). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

53 * Ogedengbe, K. and Adeoye Peter (2010):  Hydraulic Resistance of Some Nigerian Grasses as Lining for Waterways.   Accepted by Arid Zone Journal of Engineering, Technology and Environment, (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

54   * Ogedengbe, K. and O.A.Oke (2010):  Geotechnical Properties of Some Soils Along Ogun River as Earth Dam Construction Materials. Accepted by Arid Zone Journal of Engineering, Technology and Environment, (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 65%)

55    *  Umaru, R.G., Audu, I., Ogedengbe, K. and Omobowale, M.O. (2010):  Development of Bamboo System as Irrigation Pipe. Accepted by Journal of Applied Science, Engineering and Technology, (Nigeria). (Percentage contribution: 25%)


 (g)   Technical Reports and Monographs:

56.  Ogedengbe, K. (1986): Project D’Irrigation de la commune de Nambsheim(Haut Rhin),France.(Translated as Design of Irrigation System for the Community of Nambsheim (Haut Rhin) in France). Technical Report submitted to the Nigerian Society of Engineers for Corporate Membership Registration. 19 pp. (Percentage contribution: 100%)

57     Ogedengbe, K. (1986): Barrage en remblai de Fayence ,France ( Translated as Design of an earth dam for Fayence, France). A Technical   Report Submitted to the Nigerian Society of Engineers for Corporate Membership Registration. 23 pp. (Percentage contribution: 100%)

58      Ogedengbe,K(1990): Extrusion Technology in Livestock Feed Manufacturing             and the opportunities for local development and fabrication community. Submitted to the Federal Government of Nigeria under the Presidential Task Forces on alternative Formulations of livestock Feeds. 18 pp. (Percentage contribution: 100%)

 59   * Ogedengbe, K. (2003):Food Production and Irrigation: The Role of  Engineering Practice  Annual Arokodare Memorial Lecture Series, No. 9.The Nigerian Society of Engineers, Ibadan Branch, Nigeria. 49 pp. (Percentage contribution: 100%)