Dr. Daniel E. Nnane


LNU-Msu Cib

Role: Faculty
Campus: West Plains



  • PhD, Environmental Science, University of Brighton - UK, 2010
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Research Methodology, University of Brighton - UK, 2009
  • MSc, Physical and Environmental Geography, University of Buea, 1999
  • BSc, Physical Geography and Geology, University Buea, 1996 


  • Environmental Science

Professional experience

Peer-reviewed publications

  • Nnane, D.E., Ebdon, J.E., Taylor, H.D. 2012. The dynamics of faecal indicator organisms in a temperate river during storm conditions. Journal of Water and Climate Change 3, 139-150. http://jwcc.iwaponline.com/content/3/2/139
  • Nnane, D.E. 2011. Sustainable microbial water quality monitoring programme design using phage-lysis and multivariate techniques. Science of the Total Environment 409, 5188-5195. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969711009260
  • Nnane, D.E., Ebdon, J.E., Taylor, H.D. 2011. Integrated analysis of water quality parameters for cost-effective faecal pollution management in river catchments. Water Research 45(6), 2235-2246. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0043135411000339

Chapter in a research book

  • Nnane, D.E., Oben, P.M. 2001. Biochemical indicators of marine pollution in the Douala Lagoon, Cameroon. In: Lambi, C.M. (ed). Environmental issues: Problems and Prospects, p 119 – 132. ISBN: 9956-11-005-1.

Other interests

  • Listening to Christian music
  • Reading
  • Playing volleyball

Awards and honors

  • International Research Scholarship, University of Brighton, 2006-2008
  • Senate Prize for the Best Student in Geography, University of Buea, 1996
  • Featured four times on the Dean’s List, University of Buea, 1993-1996