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Sustaining Coral Reef Ecosystems and their Fisheries in the Kiunga Marine National Reserve, Lamu, Kenya. (Japanese Coral Reef SocietyTokyo, Japan, 2006)Coral reefs in the Kiunga Marine National Reserve (KMNR) (40o 07’ E, 2o 00’ S) are located in a transition ecotone between the warmer East African coral reef bioregion to the south, and colder waters of the Somali Current ...
(Kenya Marine Fisheries and Research InstituteMombasa, Kenya, 2001)The aim of the survey was to measure the physical and chemical parameters of the water and sediments in this pond and to advise Kwetu centre on the status and future treatment of the pond.
(The AuthorNairobi, Kenya, 2006)The past 2-3 years have seen sharp decreases in Lake Victoria’s water level, currently more than 1.1 m below the 10-year average. In the past year it has been claimed that the dams at Owen Falls (Nalubaale and Kiira) are ...
Oceanographic Features Along the Kenyan Coast: implications for Fisheries Management and Development. Special Project Report. (Oregon State University, 1983)This Special Project Report has the following major headings: 1. Introduction (a) Position; (b) Nature of Coastline; (c) Fisheries Status. 2. Oceanography (a) Currents and Water Masses; (b) Local Upwellings and Vertical ...
(1968)The following groups of marine algae were collected along the Kenya coast: Cyanophyta; Chlorophyta (Ulotrichales); Siphonales (Siphonocladales, Dasycladales); Phaeophyta (Dictyotales, Punctariales, Fucales); Rhodophyta ...