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Title: The ecological state of Lake Naivasha, Kenya, 2005: Turning 25 years research into an effective Ramsar monitoring programme
Authors: Mavuti, K.M.
Harper, David
ASFA Terms: Inland waters
Freshwater lakes
Tropical lakes
Ecological balance
Ecosystem management
Environment management
Environmental monitoring
Resource management
Baseline studies
Long-term changes
Issue Date: 2006
Citation: Odada, Eric & Olago, Daniel O. (Ed.) Proceedings of the 11th World Lakes Conference: vol. 2. p. 30-34.
Abstract: The present paper summarises the state of ecological knowledge in the lake based upon the research of the teams of Harper & Mavuti, funded by the Earthwatch Institute since 1987. It suggests how the research knowledge should drive the Ramsar monitoring programme that is now evolving.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/2127
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