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DrSKMurimiChairmanDepartmentofGeography

Title/Qualifications: PhD
Department/Unit/Section: Geography
Contact Address: Kenyatta University, P. O. Box 43844 00100, Nairobi, Kenya
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Position:
Senior Lecturer and Chairperson of Geography Department
Area of Specialization: Geomorphology, Geoinformation

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Area of specialization
Hydrogeomorphologist with working knowledge in regional integrated watershed management (IWM), and climate vulnerability capacity analysis (CVCA) through geoinformatics methodologies (remote sensing and gis) for community based adaptations.

PUBLICATIONS
BOOK CHAPTERS PUBLISHED BY REPUTABLE PUBLISHERS

  1.  Authors: - Mwadini, K; J. Obando, and S. Murimi. (2018).
    Chapter Title: - Effects of Irrigation Management Practices on Water Allocation among Farmers in Kiladeda Sub-Catchment, Tanzania.
    Chapter 4: In. Book Title: Hydrology and Best Practices for Managing Water Resources in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands. Editors: C.M. Ondieki; J.U. Kitheka. Publishers: - IGI Global. U.S.A. [Pp. 70 – 92].
  2.  Authors: - Mutuma E, Mahiri I, Murimi S, Njeru P. (2015).
    Chapter Title: - Adoption of water resource conservation under fluctuating rainfall regimes in Ngaciuma/Kinyaritha watershed, Meru County, Kenya.
    Chapter 14: In. Book Title: - Adapting African Agriculture to climate change, climate change Management: Editors: Walter LF, Esilaba AO, Rao KPC, Sridhar G. Publishers: - Springer, 2015. [Pp 159-169]. ISBN 978-3-319-12999-0. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-13000-2_14.
  3. Authors: - S.K. Murimi and H. Prasad. Chapter Title: - Landuse Changes and Hydrological Responses in the Lake Nakuru Basin [PART Chapter 4: In. Book Title: - Sustainable Management of Headwater Resources: Water Resources Management and Policy: ISBN 92-808-1108-8. Editors: - Jansky, L, Haigh M.J. and Haushila, PPublishers: - United Nations University Press (2005); Tokyo, Japan. Pp. 155-164]. [http://www.unu.edu; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.]
  4. Authors: - Ondieki, C.M. and Murimi, S.K. (2004).Chapter Title: -Applications of Geographic Information Systems.In. Book Title: - Environmental Monitoring, VOL II (2004).
    Developed under the auspices of UNESCO, Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS); UNESCO Publishers, Oxford, UK. [EOLSS BOOK E6-38A-06-05]
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    [http://www.eolss.net/Sample-Chapters/C09/E6-38A-06-05] TO ACCESS FULL CHAPTER. Visit Link: - http://www.eolss.net/Eolss-sample AllChapter.aspx
  5. Authors: - Murimi, S.K. and Prasad, H.
    Chapter Title: - Modeling Potential Soil Erosion in Lake Nakuru Drainage Basin.
    Section 4: Chapter 6: In. Book Title: - ECOHYDROLOGY, (2001). UNESCO-IHP Series: - ISBN-81-85589-06-2. Editors: - V. Subramanian and AL. Ramanathan. Publisher: - Capital Publishing Company; New Delhi, India:-452 Pagea. [Pp. 403 – 414]. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  6.  Author: - DR. Shadrack K. Murimi
    Abstract Title: - Reconstruction of Quaternary and Current Spatial-Temporal Trends in the central Rift Valley Lake Basins in Kenya through Satellite Imagery Processing and GIS Analysis. In: AARSE – (2016). Book of Abstracts: - 11Th International Conference of The African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment: Conference programme and Book of Abstracts: Kampala, Uganda. p 162.
    vii). Ondieki, C.M., Sinda, P., Murimi, S.K. and Prasad, H.
    Abstact Title: - An overview of the Water Resources in Lake Turkana Watershed and its Implication for Community Livelihoods. In, G.Forch (eds) SERIES, VOL. 9. CICD. Lake and Catchment Research Symposium Proceedings. (LARS, 2011), Pp 89 - 90.
  7. Authors: - Mutuma E, Mahiri I and Murimi S. (2010).
    Abstract Title: - Assessment of adoption of water resources conservation under fluctuating rainfall regimes in Ngaciuma Watershed, Kenya. In: Eric Tielkes (eds). Book of Abstract: - International research on food security, natural resource management and rural development, Hamburg. Hrsg: Tropentag 2010. Book of abstracts p 137. ISBN: 978-3-9801686-7-0.

ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS
SINGLE AUTHORSHIP

  1. International Journals
    Murimi, S.K., (1994). “Falling water levels in saline lakes of central Rift Valley of Kenya”. The International Journal of Salt Lake Research; Vol. 3 pgs. 65-74.
  2. Regional Journal
    Murimi, S.K., (1993). “The drying up of East Africa Rift Valley Lakes in recent times; the case of Lake Elmenteita, Kenya”. Journal of Eastern African Research and Development; Vol. 23 pgs. 40-62.

MULTIPLE AUTHORSHIP
International Journals

  1.  Mutuma, E., S. Murimi, and E. Micheli, and V. Lang’. (2015). “Analysis of Rainfall Characteristics Important to Agricultural Planning in Ewaso Nyiro South Watershed, Narok County, Kenya”. In. Journal: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment.
  2. Jokha M., S. Murimi and C. Kihampa, (2014). “Degradation of water resources by agricultural pesticides and nutrients, Weruweru, Tanzania”. In, Iranica Journal of Energy and Environment, 5(2): pgs. 192-201.
  3. Murimi, S.K., Prasad, H. & Obando, J., (2011) “Change detection of Mau forest cover and Lake Nakuru, using multi-temporal remote sensing data and GIS techniques,” In, G.Forch (eds) SERIES, VOL. 9. CICD. Lake and Catchment Research Symposium Proceedings. (LARS, 2011), Pp 161 – 177.
  4.  Kweyu, R., Obando J. & Murimi, S.K (2011) “Trees Outside Forests as influenced by Land Use and Socio-Economic factors in River Sio basin, Kenya”; In, G.Forch (eds) SERIES, VOL. 9. CICD. Lake and Catchment Research Symposium Proceedings. (LARS, 2011), Pp 95 – 104.
  5.  Prasad, H. and S.K. Murimi. (2010): “Water Resource Utilization, Impact and Management in the Lake Nakuru Watershed in Kenya”, Journal of Contemporary Management Research, Vol. 1, Issue-2, 2010; pgs. 2-13.
  6. Barthelme, J; Murimi, S.K.; Ngari, L.; Kweyu, R; Kipintoi, W.; Kurt, H. (2009). “Renewed Survey and Excavations in the Lake Magadi Basin, Southern Kenya”. NYAME AKUMA Journal; No.71 pgs. 54-62.
  7. Barthelme, J.W., Murimi, S., Ngari, L. Delong, R., Statler, T., Chartier, R., Munyazi, W. (2006). “Undergraduate Field course and Research in the Lake Magadi Basin, Kenya”. June 2007. Unpublished Report to the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and National Museums of Kenya.
  8. Murimi, S.K. and H. Prasad. (2005): “Land use changes and hydrological responses in the Lake Nakuru Basin”, Sustainable Management of Headwater Resources Journal; 2005 pgs. 155-164.
  9.  Ondieki, C.M. and S.K. Murimi. (2004): “Applications of Geographic Information Systems”, Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), 2004, UNESCO.
  10.  Barthelme, J; Murimi, S.K.; Ngari, L. (2003). “Recent Archaeological Research in the Lake Magadi Basin, Southern Kenya”. NYAME AKUMA Journal; No. 60 pgs. 8-13.
  11.  Murimi, S.K. and H. Prasad. (2002): “Modelling Potential Soil Erosion in Lake Nakuru Drainage Basin”, Ecohydrology Journal, Vol 3 pgs. 65 - 74.

DrSKMurimiChairmanDepartmentofGeography

Dr. Shadrack Kiana Murimi
Chairman, Department of Geography


DEPARTMENTAL CONCEPT/PROPOSAL SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

DEPARTMENTAL CONCEPT/PROPOSAL SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS March 2018 - on 14th and on 28th April 2018 - on 11th and on 25th May 2018 - on 9th and on 23rd June 2018...

FIELD TRIPS:

FIELD TRIPS: AGE 313 from 30th March to 1st April 2018 in Central Rift Valley of Kenya AGE 300 from 24th to 28th April 2018 in coastal region of Kenya

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