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BookBoerstler, F. (2010)
The Potential for the Production of Bioenergy for Lighting and Cooking Using Jatropha (Jatropha curcas L. Euphorbiaceae) by Small Scale Farmers on the Kenyan Coast
Munchen: GRIN Verlag.

Book chapterFleuret, P. (1990)
Patterns of Domestic Energy Utilization in Rural Kenya: An agro-ecological and socio-economic assessment
In: Chaiken, M.S.; Fleuret, A. (eds.), Social Change and Applied Anthropology: Essays in honor of David W. Brokensha. Boulder: Westview Press. p. 262-276.

Book chapterHughes, F.M.R. (1987)
Conflicting Uses for Forest Resources in the Lower Tana River Basin of Kenya
In: Anderson, D.; Grove, R. (eds.), Conservation in Africa: People, policies and practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 211-228.

BookVainio-Mattila, A. (1987)
Bura Fuelwood Project: Domestic fuel economy
Report 13B. Universty of Helsinki, Institute of Development Studies.

Book chapterVainio-Mattila, A. (1985)
Socio-Economic Studies on Fuelwood Production in the Bura Settlement Scheme in Eastern Kenya
In: Hjort, A. (ed.), Land Management and Survival. Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. p. 128-137.

Book chapterEnsminger, J. (1984)
Monetization of the Galole Orma Economy: Changes in the use of fuel and woodstock
In: Barnes, C.; Ensminger, J.; O'Keefe, P. (eds.), Wood, Energy and Households: Perspectives on rural Kenya. Stockholm/Uppsala: Beijer Institute/Scandinavian Institute of African Studies. p. 124-140.

Book chapterHughes, F.M.R. (1984)
Fuelwood; A Forgotten Dimension of Irrigation Planning
In: Adams, W.M.; Grove, A.T. (eds.), Irrigation in Tropical Africa: Problems and problem solving. Cambridge: African Studies Centre. p. 50-66.

Book chapterHughes, F.M.R. (1982)
Provision of Fuelwood for Irrigation Schemes: The case of the Bura irrigation settlement project
In: Mensching, H.G.; Haarmann, V. (eds.), Problems of the Management of Irrigated Land in Areas of Traditional and Modern Cultivation. Hamburg. p. 50-58.

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