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Millennial Global Transformation: From the Physical to the Anthropocene, Essays in honour of Prof Celia Nyamweru

Title/Qualifications: PhD.
Department/Unit/Section: Geography
Contact Address: 43844-00100 Nairobi
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Position: Lecturer
Area of Specialization: Stable Isotopes Biogeochemistry, Phylogenetics Analysis
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Research Interests:

  • Application of Stable Isotope techniques on dietary ecology, soil geochemistry, paleolimnology, and forensics
  • Application of GIS and Remote Sensing in modeling stable isotopes trends and patterns in plants, soils, and mammalian tissues,
  • Systematic biology (Phylogenetics). 

Publications

Conference Presentations
  • Macharia, A. N. (2016) Potential Benefits of Using Teaching Kits in Inquiry-Based Learning in Geosciences. Status Conference On Higher Education Conference,Kenyatta University, 22nd – 25th, 2016.
  • Macharia, A. N. (2016) Modeling Stable Isotope Attributes of Wildlife Habitats Using Space Technologies for Forensics Applications. United Nations/Kenya Conference on Space Technology and Applications for Wildlife Management and Protecting Biodiversity. UNEP, Nairobi, 27th – 30th June, 2016
  • Macharia, A. N., Cerling TE, Remien CH, Mace WD, Andanje SA, & Dennison PE (2014) Soil Carbon Isotope Ratios and Landscape Variability in East Africa. Africa Nazarene University 1st Annual International Conference: Information and communication technologies for sustainable development, 28th – 30th May, Ongata Rongai campus
  • Macharia, A. N., Power, M. J. (2011) Long-term perspectives of Utah Lake. 25th October, 7th Annual Utah Lake Symposium, Utah Valley University.
  • Macharia, A. N., Power, M. J. (2011) Deciphering the role of Climate- versus human-caused disturbance during the 19th and 20th century; A contrast between Utah Lake and Foy Lake. 6th to 9th March.Poster, Climate Variability of Eastern US and Western North Pacific (PACLIM) meeting, Pacific Grove, California.
  • Cerling, T. E., Andanje, S., Kimutai, D., Levin, N. E., Mace, W. D., Macharia, A. N., Passey, B. H., Remien, C., Wynn, J. G. (2010) Paleo-shade: woody cover, stable isotopes, soil temperature, and soil organic matter in tropical ecosystems (Invited) American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting, 13-14th December, Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco, California, USA
  • Macharia, A. N., Power, M. J. (2010) Climatic, and anthropogenic influences on lake nutrient dynamics: An insight from 15N natural abundance of Utah Lake and Foy Lake sedimentary profiles. Poster, 55th Annual Meeting, American Association of Geographers, Washington DC, April 14–18.
  • Macharia, A. N., Power, M. J. (2009) Climatic, and anthropogenic influences on lake nutrient dynamics: A contrast between Utah Lake and Foy Lake sedimentary profiles. Poster, American Association of Geographers, Great Plains, Rocky Mountain Division, September 25-26, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.

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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