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Name: NJUGUNA, Steven Gichuki
Prof., PhD., MSc., BSc. (1st Class Hons.), Dip. Ed.
Environmental Sciences
Associate Professor of Environmental Science
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Areas of Specialization:
Aquatic Ecology, Wetland Science, Biodiversity Assessment and
Conservation, Environmental Impact Assessment
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  • Njuguna, S.G. 1980. Dissolved oxygen and biochemical oxygen demand relationship in a polluted
    river, the Nairobi River (Kenya). The XXI Congress of International Association on Theoretical and
    Applied Limnology. 24 to 31 August 1980, Kyoto, Japan. 223 p.
  • Njuguna, S.G. 1981. Eutrophication of the Nairobi-Athi River in Kenya. Abstract 20. Development in
    Arid Zone Ecology. Philadelphia, PA, USA. 167 p.
  • Njuguna, S.G. 1985. Nutrient-productivity relationships in a tropical meromictic soda lake. Paper
    presented at the Third International Symposium on Inland Saline Lakes. 27 to 30 August 1985,
    Nairobi, Kenya. 37 pp.
  • Njuguna, S.G., Foxall, C.D. and Litterick, M. R. 1985. A preliminary study of the water quality of
    Lake Victoria, Kenya. In: Pollution in the Urban Environment. (Eds) M.W.H. Chan, R.W.M. Hoarse,
    P.R. Holmes, R.S.J. Law and S.B. Reed. Elsevier Applied Science Publishers. London & New York.
    699 pp.

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