Kenya Aquatica

KCSAP Project

Drs. Jane Nyamora

Drs. Jane Nyamora

She has a vast experience in Fisheries, Aquaculture, Wetlands and environmental toxicology. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Fisheries at Kisii University. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Marine and Lacustrine Science and Management, a BSc Degree in Fisheries and Aquatic Science and a diploma in Analytical Chemistry. She is a trained in Marine Spatial Mapping, Marine Biogeographic Data Management, Scientific Cruise Planning, Oceanographic sampling Fisheries and Data Management, Environmental Science, Limnology and Wetland Ecosystems, and Monitoring and Evaluation.  She and her colleagues did a novel/innovative study on “Adding value to our produce” where they formulated the 1st seaweed bath soap and other products using locally grown seaweeds in the Kenya Coast which has seen KMFRI and other organizations set up a factory to formulate seaweed products at Kibuyuni, South Coast. She has carried out research in environmental toxicology using Asellus aquaticus as a test organism. Currently she is working on catch assessment survey of coastal artisanal fisheries, fish stock assessment along the Kenyan Coast and on bioaccumulation and biomagnification of trace metals and pesticides in the food chain and Assessment of Human health risk.  Other research projects she has participated in include National Research Fund (NRF) and National Council of Science Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI). She has published 8 papers in peer reviewed journals, and has presented over 15 papers in both international and national scientific conferences.

KMFRI Mombasa
Coastal and Marine Fisheries
Fisheries, environmental Toxicology, Aquaculture and Wetlands
Fisheries, Ecology, Hydro-acoustic Aquatic Ecotoxicology, Aquaculture, Climate Change and Spatial Planning.

  • Nyamora, J. M., Mongodu, E., Mwihaki, G., Muya, J., and Nyakeya, K. (2018). Long line seaweed farming as an alternative to the commonly used methods. Kenya Aquatic Journal, 4(1), 23-28)
  • Nyakeya, K., Kipkorir, K. G. k., Nyamora, J. and Kerich, E. (2018). Assessment of the Fisheries Status in River Molo to Guide the Management on its Fisheries. African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, Vol 4, No. 4, pp 10 -20
  • Nyakeya, K., Kipkorir K.G. K., Nyamora, J.M., Odoli, C.O. and Kerich E. (2018). Dynamics of Hydrology on the Physico-Chemical Water Quality Parameters and Trophic State of Lake Baringo, Kenya. AER Journal Volume 3, Issue 1, pp. 94-107
  • Nyakeya, K., Nyamora, J.M., Raburu, P.A., Masese, F.O., Kerich, E. and Magondu, E.W. (2018). Life cycle responses of the midge of Chironomus species (Diptera: Chironomidae) to sugarcane and paper pulp effluents exposure. African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 4(3), 1-13.
  • Nyakeya, K., Nyamora, J.M. and Kerich, E. (2018). Incidence of Larvae Deformities in Chironomus Species (Diptera: Chironomidae) as Bio-Indicators of Water Quality in Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya.  African Journal of Education, Science and Technology, 4(3), 47-60.
  • Nyakeya, K., Raburu, P. O., Masese, J F.O., Tsuma, J. Nyamora, J. M., Magondu, E.W., Kemunto, D.D.,  Ondiba N. and Jepkosgei, M. (2017). Sensitivity of the Native Chironomus Species in Monitoring of Riverine Ecosystems in the Catchments of Lake Victoria Drainage Basin, Kenya, AER Journal Volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 126-133.
  • Magondu, E.W., Mokaya, M., Ototo, A., Nyakeya, K. and Nyamora, J.M. (2016). Growth performance of milkfish (Chanos chanos Forsskal) fed on formulated and non-formulated diets made from locally available ingredients in South Coast region, Kenya. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies, 4(1): 288-293.
  • Magondu, E.W., Verdegem, M.C.J., Nyamora, J.M. and Nyakeya, K. (2016). Proximate composition, nutritional properties and attractiveness of Aerobic, Anaerobic and Anoxic bioflocs as a fish feed. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies, 4(1): 280-287.