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  • Inception and sensitization meeting: The project implementation team is led by KMFRI with research scientists Dr. Kevin Obiero (left), Dr. Domitila Kyule, Ms. Fonda Jane Awuor and Esther Wairimu.
  1. Terer, T., G.G. Ndiritu, and N.N. Gichuki, Socio-economic values and traditional strategies of managing wetland resources in Lower Tana River, Kenya. Hydrobiologia, 2004. 527(1): p. 3-15.
  2. Osore, M.K.W., F. Fiers, and M.H. Daro, Distribution and Abundance of Candacia Dana, 1846 and Paracandacia Grice, 1963 (Copepoda, Calanoida, Candaciidae) off the Kenya Coast. Western Indian Ocean J. Mar. Sci. Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 189–197, 2004, 2004. 3(2): p. 189-197.
  3. Osore, M.K.W., et al., Zooplankton Composition and Abundance in Mida Creek, Kenya. Zoological Studies, 2004. 43(2): p. 415-424

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