Thematic papers

  • Dharani, N.; J.I. Kinyamario and J.M. Onyari. 2006. Structure and composition of Acacia xanthophloea woodland in Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya. African Journal of Ecology, 44: 523-530.
  • Macharia, P.N., J.I. Kinyamario, W.N. Ekaya, and C.K.K. Gachene. 2005. Enhancement of grassland production through integration of forage legumes in semi-arid rangelands of Kenya. Journal of Tropical Grasslands. 39:234-235
  • Otieno D.O., M.W.T. Schmidt, J.I. Kinyamario and J. Tenhunen.2005. Responses of Acacia tortilis and Acacia xanthophloea to seasonal changes in soil water availability in the savanna region of Kenya. Journal of Arid Environments, 62:377-400
  • Mnene, W.N., W.N. Ekaya, J.I. Kinyamario, P. Mweki, G. Lall, J. Hanson, J.W. Stuth and R. Jamnadass. 2005. Genetic variation between ecotypic populations of Chloris roxburghiana Shult. grass detected through RAPD Analysis. Journal of Range and Forage Science, 22:107-115.
  • Olukoye, G.A.; W.N. Wamicha; J.I. Kinyamario; J.I. Mwanje and J.W. Wakhungu. 2003. Community participation in wildlife management: experiences, issues and concerns from northern rangelands of Kenya. African Journal of Forage Sciences, 20 (2): 1791-1797.
  • J.I. Mwanje; G.A. Olukoye; J.I. Kinyamario; J.W. wakhungu and W.N. Wamicha. 2003. Policy and institutional framwework for rangeland development: emerging challenges in livestock and wildlife management regimes in Kenya. African Journal of Forage Sciences, 20 (2): 2024-2027.
  • Olukoye, G.A.; J.I. Kinyamario; J.W. Wakhungu; W.N. Wamicha and J.I. Mwanje. 2003. Ecological and economic implications of land sub-division in Laikipia rangelands of Kenya. African Journal of Forage Sciences, 20 (2): 610-612.
  • Kinyamario, J.I.; G.A. Olukoye; W.N. Ekaya; and J.K. Mworia. 2003. Some impacts of livestock-wildlife interactions in the rangelands of Kenya. African Journal of Forage Sciences, 20 (2): 519-521.
  • Matagi, S. and Gichuki, N.N. 2005. South Eastern Rift Valley Lakes of Eastern Africa. In: Freshwater Ecosregions of Africa and Madagascar (eds). Thieme M.L., Abell, B., Stiassng, M.L.J. AND Skelton, P. (2003). Washington: Island Press p. 176-180.
  • Gichuki, N.N. and Macharia, J.M. 2003. Participation of local communities in the management of wetland resources in semi-arid areas: a case study of Magadi area, Kenya. In: Lemons, J., Victor, R. and Schafter, D. (eds). Conserving Biodiversity in Arid Regions. Kluwer Academic Publishers: Boston, Dordrednt, London
  • Terer, T., Nderitu, G.G. and Gichuki, N.N. 2004. Socio-economic values and traditional strategies of managing wetland resources in lower tana River, Kenya. Hydrobiologica 527: 3-14..
  • Terer, T. and Gichuki, N.N. 2004. Community drought coping mechanisms, tactics and challenges to sustainable biodiversity management in dry lands with special reference to the Maasai and Turkana peoples of Kenya. In: Nikundiwe, A.M. (ed.) Sustainable management of biodiversity in the third millennium and beyond. Special publication of University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
  • Byers, B, Hecht, J and Mwangi, E (2011) Kenya: Tropical Forest and Biodiversity Assessment - Prosperity, Livelihood and Conserving Ecosystems (USAID).
  • Mwangi, E.M and Easa, P.S (2008). IFAW Elephant Habitats Study: Identifying Critical Elephant Habitats in Africa and Asia. International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), Nairobi, Kenya.
  • Mwangi, E.M (2007). Survey of the golden-rumped sengi north of Tana in Kenya. Afrotherian Conservation 5: 9.
  • Mwangi, E.M.; Mumma, A. and Ndungu, J. (2006). Conservation Outside Protected Areas in Kenya: Selection of Priority Sites. African Wildlife Foundation. Nairobi
  • Ngaruiya, G.W., Mwangi, E.M. and C Fitzgibbon, C (submitted). The Golden-rumped Sengi (Rhynchocyon chrysopygus) population and threats in Arabuko-Sokoke and Gede forests. Journal of East African Natural History Society (JEANHS) -reference number JEANH 12-13.
  • Ngaruiya, G.W. and Mwangi, E.M. (submitted) Culture and the conservation of elephant-shrews (Rhynchocyon sp.) in Lamu, Kenya.: Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Manuscript URL: http://www.equinoxpub.com/JSRNC/author/submission/15090
  • Omari, J., Mwangi, E.M. and Mworia, J.K (under revision). The influence of soil chemistry and road edges on the distribution of invasive plants in Nairobi National Park, Kenya. Manuscript submitted to African Journal of Range & Forage Science
  • Kamweya, A.M.; Mwangi, E.M., Njonge, F.K, and Mutugi, M (2012). Elephant movement and local community attitudes towards the proposed corridor between Thegu forest and Sangare ranch. Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology 14(1):
  • Munyekenye F.B; E.M Mwangi and N.N Gichuki. (2008) Bird species richness and abundance in different forest types at Kakamega forest, western Kenya. Ostrich 79 (1): 37-42.
  • Githaiga, J. M and Muchiru, A. N. (2004). Survey of water quality changes with land use type in the Loitoktok area, Kajiado District, Kenya. LUCID working paper series, Number 35.
  • Muthama, N.J and J. Githaiga. 2004 Towards using seasonal rainfall forecasts for the
  • Mworia, J.K., J.I. Kinyamario, Githaiga, J.M. 2008Influence of cultivation, settlements and water sources on wildlife distribution and habitat selection in south-east Kajiado, Kenya. Environmental Conservation: 35 (1)
  • Sangilu, S., J. M. Githaiga, S. Mohammed 2008. Resource utilization by large herbivores in Athi Kapiti Plains. African Journal of Ecology: 46: 43-51
  • Flora N. Namu, John M. Githaiga, Esther N.Kioko, Paul N. Ndegwa, Christoph L. Häuser 2008 Butterfly species composition and abundance in an old, middle-aged, and young secondary forests, in:Kühne L. (Ed.), Butterflies and moths diversity of the Kakamega forest (Kenya), Brandenburgische Universitätsdruckerei und Verlagsgesellschaft, Germany, pp. 47-61
  • Ihwagi, F.W., Chira, R.M., Kironchi, G., Vollrath,F. And Douglas-Hamilton, I. (2011) Rainfall pattern and nutrient content influences on African elephant debarking behaviour in Saburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves, Kenya. Afr. J. Ecol. 1-8
  • Jennifer, N.M., J.I. Kinyamario, R.M. Chira and W. Musila (2011). Assessment of soil seed bank from six different vegetation types in Kakamega forest, Western Kenya. Afr. J. Biotech. 10(65), 14384-14391.
  • Chira R.M. and J.I. Kinyamario (2009). Growth response of woody species to elephant foraging in Mwea National Reserve, Kenya Afr. J. Ecol. 47, 598-605
  • Beryl, A.B.; Chira, R.M.; Schick, S.; Veith, M. and Lotters. S. (2009). Diversity of ridged frogs, (Ptychadenidae: Ptychadena) in the easternmost remnant of the Guineo-Congolean rainforest: An analysis using morphology, bioacoustics and molecular genetics. Salamandra 45 (3) 129-146.
  • Ihwagi, F.M.; Vollrath, F.; Chira, R.M.; Douglus-Hamilton and Kironchi, G. (2008). The Impact of Elephants, Loxodanta africana, on Vegetation through selective debarking in Samburu and BuffaloSprings National Reserves, Kenya. Afr. J. Ecol. 1-9
  • Imbahale, S.S.; Githaiga, J.M.; Chira R.M. and Mohammed Y.S. (2008). Resource utilization by large migratory herbivores of the Athi-kapiti ecosystem. Afr. J. Ecol. 46 (1), 43-51
  • Furukawa, T., Fujiwara, K., Kiboi, S., and Mutiso, P., 2011. Threshold change in forest understory vegetation as a result of selective fuelwood extraction in Nairobi, Kenya. Forest Ecology and Management, 262: 962–969
  • Furukawa, T., Fujiwara, K., Kiboi, S., and Mutiso, P., 2011. Can stumps tell what people want: Pattern and preference of informal wood extraction in an urban forest of Nairobi, Kenya. Biological Conservation, 144: 3047–3054
  • Otieno, N. E., Gichuki, N., Farwig, N. and Kiboi, S. 2011. The role of farm structure on bird assemblages around a Kenyan tropical rainforest. African Journal of Ecology, 49: 410– 417
  • Lankinen, A. and Kiboi, S. 2007. Pollen Donor Identity Affects Timing of Stigma Receptivity in Collinsia heterophylla (Plantaginaceae): A Sexual Conflict during Pollen Competition? The American Naturalist, 170: 854–863.
  • Kiboi, S and Skogsmyr, I, 2006. Pathogen infection and selection on fertilization success in Cucumis sativus. Sexual Plant Reproduction, 19: 1-6.

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