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Results of the DAAD Alumni Summer School on Topics of Integrated Watershed
Managing watersheds is a process, which requires integrated concepts, skills and planning. This is pursued as an ongoing process demanding regular monitoring and evaluation for sustainable utilisation of natural resources. ...
Morphological Structure and the Anthropogenic Dynamics in the Lake Naivasha Drainage Basin and its Implications to Water Flows. Paper presented during DAAD Alumni Summer School on Topics of Integrated Watershed Management at University of Siegen, Germany and the International Trade Fare for Water and Sanitation (IFAT) at the Technical University of Munich and the Munich Trade Fare, 12th - 29th April 2005, Munich, Germany
Structural analysis of the drainage basin of Kenyan Lakes Bogoria, Nakuru, Elmenteita, and Naivasha (Aberdare Detachment system) using satellite data: Understanding the causes of the changes in water levels of the lakes, Proceedings of the 1995 Geological Society of Africa Symposium (GSA’ 95), 9th – 13th October 1995, Nairobi, Kenya, pp 677-708.
The Potential of Satellite Imagery, and Policy and Institutional Frameworks in Addressing Sustainable Utilization and Management of Watershed Resources: Pollution/Heavy Metal Cluster Researches in the Lake Victoria Drainage Basin. A poster presented during the VICRES’2008 5th Annual Forum Agenda on “Walk the Talk and Talk the Walk”, 27th – 31st May 2008, Arusha, Tanzania
Lineament delineation in the drainage basin of the lakes Bogoria, Nakuru, Elmenteita and Naivasha from satellite data: Geomorphological implications of improper land use. Proceedings of the Commonwealth Geographical Bureau Workshop on Applied Geomorphology in Africa, 11th – 19th Sept., 1992, Nairobi, Kenya