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Periodical articleThijs, K.W.; Roelen, I.; Musila, W.M. (2014)
Field Guide to the Woody Plants of Taita Hills, Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of East African Natural History. Volume 102 #1-2. p. 1-272.

Book chapterHamerlynck, O.; Nyunja, J.; Luke, Q.; Nyingi, D.; Lebrun, D.; Duvail, S. (2010)
The Communal Forest, Wetland, Rangeland and Agricultural Landscape Mosaics of the Lower Tana, Kenya: A socio-ecological entity in peril
In: Bélair, C.; Ichikawa, K.; Wong, B.Y.L.; Mulongoy, K.J. (eds.), Sustainable Use of Biological Diversity in Socio-Ecological Production Landscapes. Montreal: Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity. p. 54-62.

Periodical articleTabor, K.; Burgess, N.D.; Mbilinyi, B.P.; Kashaigili, J.J.; Steininger, M.K. (2010)
Forest and Woodland Cover and Change in Coastal Tanzania and Kenya, 1990 to 2000
Abstract presentJournal of East African Natural History. Volume 99 #1. p. 19-45.

Periodical articleGithuru, M.; Lens, L. (2007)
Application of Fragmentation Research to Conservation Planning for Multiple Stakeholders: An example from the Taita Hills, southwest Kenya
Abstract presentBiological Conservation. Volume 134 #2. p. 271-278.

Periodical articleMalonza, P.K.; Wasonga, V.D.; Muchai, V.; Rotich, D.; Bwong, B.A.; Bauer, A.M. (2006)
Diversity and Biogeography of Herpetofauna of the Tana River Primate National Reserve, Kenya
Abstract presentJournal of East African Natural History. Volume 95 #2. p. 95-109.

BookNjogu, J.G. (2004)
Community-Based Conservation in an Entitlement Perspective: Wildlife and forest biodiversity conservation in Taita, Kenya
ASC Research Report 73. Leiden: African Studies Centre.

Book chapterGithitho, A. (2003)
The Sacred Mijikenda kaya Forests of Coastal Kenya and Biodiversity Conservation
In: Lee, C.; Schaaf, T. (eds.), The Importance of Sacred Natural Sites for Biodiversity Conservation. Paris: UNESCO. p. 27-35.

Book chapterHoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (2003)
Introduction
In: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Recent Advances in Coastal Ecology: Studies from Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 3-17.

BookHoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (2003)
Recent Advances in Coastal Ecology: Studies from Kenya
Leiden: African Studies Centre.

Book chapterLuke, W.R.Q.; Githitho, A.N. (2003)
Biodiversity and the Kaya Forests
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Recent Advances in Coastal Ecology: Studies from Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 293-301.

Book chapterMnyenze, A.A.; Munge, J. (2002)
Cultural and biological diversity of the Mijikenda people and the Kaya forests
In: Kabuye, C.H.S. (ed.), Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity and Development: Proceedings of the national workshop on indigenous knowledge. Nairobi: National Museums of Kenya. p. 53-54.

Book chapterTengeza, A. (2000)
The Mijikenda Grave Markers
In: Jianchu, X. (ed.), Links between Cultures and Biodiversity: Proceedings of Cultures and Biodoversity Congress, July 2000, Yunnan. Kunming: Yunnan Science & Technology Press. p. 174-188.

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