Now showing items 1-10 of 28
Pollution Sources and their Impacts in the Lake Victoria Drainage Basin. VICRES Pollution/Heavy Metal Cluster Researches in the Lake Victoria Drainage Basin Position Paper published in the VICRES 2008 5th Annual Forum Agenda Report on “Walk the Talk and Talk the Walk”, 27th – 31st May 2008, Arusha, Tanzania
Application of satellite remote sensing techniques in land use and land cover pattern analysis of the Nakuru-Nyahururu area, Proceedings of the 1993 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS'93): Better Understanding of the Earth Environment, 18th – 20th August, 1993, Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan
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
Land-Use Dynamics as Drivers of Degenerating Community-Based Forest Management Systems in the Kenyan Coast, proceedings of the international conference on Applied Geoinformatics for Society and Environment AGSE-2011, 163-170, ISBN 973-3-943321-00-5 Publications Of AGSE Karlsruhe, Germany on the theme Environmental Issues and Sustainable Development, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, August 15-19, 2011, Kenya
Existing and Planned Structural Reforms in the Water Sector in Kenya. A Paper presented during the DAAD-Alumni Summer School on “Rural Sanitation Management” in Siegen/Gummersbach (Germany) and the special program for Water, Wastewater and Recycling (DWA) and the IFAT Trade Fair in Munich in the East African Forum, 27th April – 10th May 2008, Munich, Germany.
Rapid Population Growth, Urbanization and Implications on the Wetlands and Water Resources with Special Emphasis on Nzoia River, Nakivubo Channel and Simiyu River Basins. A keynote Speech given during the 3rd Uganda Society Science Conference on “Conserving Water, Wildlife, Wetlands and Agro-Biodiversity for Sustainable Development in the Lake Victoria Basin”, 24th – 25th Nov 2005, Uganda Museum, Kampala, Uganda