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  • Kenya, Reef Status And Ecology 

    Mwachireya, S.; Uku, J.N.; Mdodo, R.; Obura, D.; Wawiye, P. (2000)
    Coral reefs along the entire coast of Kenya suffered widespread bleaching and mortality of corals during the first half of 1998 (Wilkinson, 1998; Obura, 1999; McClanahan et al., 1999). This status report summarises findings ...
  • Kenya, Reef Status and Ecology 

    Mdodo, R.; Uku, J.N.; Obura, D.; Wawiye, P.; Mwachireya, S. (2002)
    Coral reefs along the entire coast of Kenya suffered widespread bleaching and mortality of corals during the first half of 1998 (Wilkinson, 1998; Obura, 1999; McClanahan et al., 1999). This status report summarises findings ...
  • Participatory mapping of terrestrial fishery resources in Kwale District, Kenya 

    Kimani, P.; Obura, D. (WIOMSA, 2004)
    A participatory mapping study was conducted in Kinondo location of Kwale district in Kenya. The area is subject to high human population and development pressure in the north, where tourism and urban development is intense, ...
  • A Preliminary Assessment of Coral Bleaching in Mozambique 

    Schleyer, M.; Obura, D.; Rodrigues, M.J. (SAAMBR, 1999)
    The 1997-1998 El Nino southern oscillation (ENSO) caused elevated sea temperatures that resulted in global coral bleaching. Coral reefs constitute an important biological resource in terms of their complex biodiversity and ...
  • A preliminary assessment of coral bleaching in Mozambique 

    Schleyer, M.; Obura, D.; Motta, H.; Rodrigues, M.J. (1999)
    The 1997-1998 El Niño southern oscillation caused elevated sea temperatures that resulted in global coral bleaching. Coral reefs constitute an important biological resource in terms of their complex biodiversity and are ...
  • Sea Surface Temperature in the Western and Central Indian Ocean 

    Obura, D. (1999)
    Annual peaks in sea temperature occur in the first half of each year, as the sun moves northwards after heating the sea-surface during the southern summer. Long term records in the central Indian Ocean indicate a distinct ...
  • Status Of Coral Reefs In Eastern Africa: Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique And South Africa 

    Obura, D. (Australian Institute of Marine Science, 2002)
    Eastern African coral reefs were severely impacted by the El Niño Southern Oscillation of 1997-98, with bleaching and mortality levels varying from <1% in South Africa to 80% and greater on reefs in northern Tanzania and ...
  • Status report Kenya 

    Obura, D. (1999)
    Kenya s coastala population is expected to exceed 2 million people by the year 2000, with an annual growth rate of 3.7%, of which a large proportion is due to migration of people from other parts of Kenya. Increasing ...
  • Transplantation Of Coral Fragments 

    Obura, D.; Visram, S. (2000)
    Coral reefs globally are increasingly under threat from environmental and anthropogenic factors, particularly the recent widespread bleaching and mortality of corals due to the temperature anomaly recorded during the 1997/98 ...