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Nutrition Congress Africa 2012
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.
Varietal Differences of Two Cassava Varieties (Manihot esculenta Crantz) in Response to Low Cost Tissue Culture Technology.
Objective: One impediment to adoption of tissue culture technology is the differential response of various crop varieties to the process necessitating development of protocols that target specific varieties or focus on a ...
A Low-cost Medium for Sweet Potato Micropropagation
(African Crop Science Society, 2011)
Tissue culture has not been optimised in sweet potato ( Ipomoea batatas (L) Lam) propagation due to high costs. With an aim of producing affordable disease-free seedlings, a low cost medium was developed and used to ...
Proceedings of the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology Annual General Meeting: Fields of Dreams
(University of British Columbia, 2012-10)
Results of Gravity and Ground Magnetic Survey of Menengai Geothermal Field, Kenya.
Geothermal energy is increasingly becoming an important source of electricity generation in Kenya. It is estimated that more than 7000MW of electricity can be generated from geothermal prospects in Kenya. Identifying and ...