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Dr. Evans Mungai Mwangi Publications
12017Temperature-Dependent Phenology Of Plutella Xylostella (Lepidoptera: Plutellidae): Simulation And Visualization Of Current And Future Distributions Along The Eastern Afromontanes. PONE-D-16-06390R2. PLOS ONE.
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22016Integrating Human Dimensions Into Fisheries And Wildlife – Organised And Facilitated Panel Session: OS-F4: Mitigating Human Wildlife Conflict In East Africa
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32015Kenya’s Natural Capital: A Biodiversity Atlas – Lead Author, Chapter 4: Status, Threats And Responses. Ministry Of Environment, Natural Resources And Regional Development Authorities, Kenya.
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42013Kafue Flats
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52012Principles Of Environmental Biology And Conservation In Eastern Africa
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62012Elephant Movement And Local Community Attitudes Towards The Proposed Corridor Between Thegu Forest And Sangare Ranch
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72011Kenya: Tropical Forest And Biodiversity Assessment - Prosperity, Livelihood And Conserving Ecosystems.130pp
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82009Climate Change And Biological Diversity: Perspectives From Sub-saharan Africa
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92008Bird Species Richness And Abundance In Different Forest Types At Kakamega Forest, Western Kenya
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102007Overview Of Principles And Application Of Environmental Risk Assessment
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112007Survey Of The Golden-rumped Sengi North Of Tana In Kenya
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122006Bodiversity: Chapter 7 In African Environment Outlook 2: Our Environment, Our Wealth
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131995Land Use Planning And Coordination Study: Protected Area System Coverage
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141995The TTMI-project And The'Picnic'-model: An Internal Evaluation Of Approaches And Results And Of Prospects For TTMI-Units.
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151995Experimental Infections Of The Tick Rhipicephalus Appendiculatus With Entomopathogenic Fungi, Beauveria Bassiana And Metarhizium Anisopliae, And Natural Infections Of Some Ticks With Bacteria And Fungi
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