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Land Use Systems and Alternative Technologies: Lake Victoria Basin Perspectives

  J. C. Onyango
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Analyzing Time Dependent Change in Ecosystem Service Provision in Regional Social-ecological-systems: A Watershed-oriented Approach

  John Tenhunen
3. ARIDnet: Understanding Interdependencies of Natural and Human Systems as Nonlinear Agents of Land Degradation   James Reynolds
4. Opportunities and Limitations of Remote Sensing for Ecological Studies. Examples from Sub-Saharan Africa   Cyrus Samimi
5. Integrating Former Data Sources and Modern Geo-Information Technology for Ecosystem Research and Management – Potentials and Challenges   Gertrud Schaab
6. Converting Savanna into Agro-ecosystems: Impacts on Ecosystem Structure and Function under Changing Precipitation Regime   Dennis Otieno
7. Land Use Change, Food Security, and Ecosystem Services in the Lake Victoria Basin   Sebastian Arnhold & Eun-Young Jung
8. Assessment of the Impact of Community Participation in Management of Kuywa Sub-catchment   Herbert Chamwada, Joshua Obiri, Denis Masika, George Anyona and Julian Ogondo
9. Communicating Sustainable Development: The Role of Social Sciences   Omondi Ahawo
10.

From Science to Integrated Socio-economic Development – Scientific Planning and Community Response

  Kurt Beck
11. Poverty Vulnerability and Natural Resource Dependency under Environmental Change   Trung Thanh Nguyen
12.
Tradeoffs between Crops and Other Benefits Derived from Wetland Areas: Short-term Gain versus Long-term Livelihood Options in Ombeyi Watershed, Kenya Serena A. A. Nasongo, Charlotte de Fraiture, J.B Okeyo-Owuor
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The Error of Management: Recent Experiences in Implementing Fisheries Co-Management in Lake Victoria, Kenya

Kevin Odhiambo. Obiero, Richard O. Abila, Murithi J. Njiru, Phillip O. Raburu, Alfred, O. Achieng, Rodrick Kundu, Erick Ochieng Ogello, Jonathan Mbonge Munguti
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To Conserve or Convert Wetlands: Evidence from Nyando Wetlands, Kenya
Francis Onyango Oduor, Phillip Okoth Raburu and Samuel Mwakubo
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Flood Management: A Sustainable & IWRM Approach – Kapsoya, Eldoret, Kenya Ehagi Hyuga
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Defining an Ecologically Meaningful Seasonality to Assess the Impacts of a Changing Climate on Carbon and Water Cycling in Semi-arid Ecosystems

Christoph Thomas
17.

Enhancing Wetland Ecosystem Services Through Integrated Aquaculture Production Systems (Fingerponds) at the Shores of Lake Victoria


J. Kipkemboi
18.
Assessing Vegetation Impact on Ecosystem Water Cycles with Stable Oxygen Isotopes
Christiane Werner
19.
Soil Water Monitoring in Savannah Ecosystems  
20.

Surface-groundwater Interactions in Ombeyi Watershed Floodplain Wetlands
Kosgei J. R., M. McClain, C. de Fraiture and J. Kipkemboi 
21.

What matters? Unraveling the Complexity of Slow and Fast Variables to Determine Sustainability of Agroecosystems in Northern Tajikistan

Corrie Hannah
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A Development of Forest Fire Forecasting and Monitoring Information System in Vietnam (FFSolution.2014)

-Pham Van Dien
- Phung Nam Thang
- John Tenhunen

 

 

 

 

 

Land Use Systems and Alternative Technologies: Lake Victoria Basin Perspectives