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Fluctuations in the Fisheries of Kenya's Rift Valley Lakes: Causes and Prospects for the Future
(CSIRO PUBLISHING, 1997)
Keys to Soil Taxonomy
(United States Department of Agriculture: Natural Resources Conservation Service, 2006)
The publication of this edition of Keys to Soil Taxonomy (the 10th edition) coincides with the 18th World Congress of Soil Science, to be held at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in July 2006. The last time the World Congress ...
Relationship Between SMASE-Trained Teachers’ Factors and Primary School Pupils’ Mathematics And Science Achievement in Murang’a County, Kenya
(Academic Research Journals, 2014)
This study investigated the relationship between SMASE-trained teachers’ factors and pupils’ achievement in Mathematics and Science in primary schools in Murang’a County. Correlational research design was adopted in this ...
Likes and comments: The untamed Facebook sex education in Uganda and Kenya for emerging adults
(IGI global publisher, 2017)
Regional Linkages in the Kenyan Horticultural Industry
In rural areas of industrialized societies, food production as a basis for growth and employment has been declining for many decades. In the Global South, on the other hand, food production is still often the most important ...
The fishery of Lake Naivasha, Kenya
(CSIRO PUBLISHING, 1992)
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS ANALYSIS
(Aquaculture Collaborative Research Support Program, 2005)
A major barrier to socio-economic development in sub-Saharan Africa, including Kenya, is food inadequacy. Some of the more important factors that have led to this status are rapid population growth outstripping food ...
Fluctuations in the fisheries of Kenya's Rift Valley lakes: Causes and prospects for the future
(CSIRO, Collingwood (Australia), 1997)
Lakes Turkana, Baringo and Naivasha are lakes in the eastern arm of the Great Rift Valley of Kenya that provide important commercial fisheries and, to a small extent, also recreation. The fishery of Lake Turkana is based ...