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Book chapterCinner, J.E.; McClanahan, T.R.; Abunge, C.; Wamukota, A.W. (2009)
Human Dimensions of Conserving Kenya's Coral Reefs
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 60-78.

BookHoorweg, J.; Wangila, B.; Degen, A. (2009)
Artisanal Fishers on the Kenyan Coast: Household livelihoods and marine resource management
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill.

BookHoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (2009)
Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya
Abstract presentLeiden: African Studies Centre.

Book chapterMuthiga, N.A. (2009)
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Management of the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine Protected Area
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 178-192.

Book chapterOluoch, S.J.; Obura, D.; Hussein, A. (2009)
The Capacity of Fisherfolk to Implement Beach Management Units in Diani-Chale
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 99-108.

Book chapterVersleijen, N.; Hoorweg, J. (2009)
Marine Conservation: The voice of the fishers
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Advances in Coastal Ecology: People, processes and ecosystems in Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 79-98.

Periodical articleVersleijen, N.; Hoorweg, J. (2008)
From Farming to Fishing: A 'new generation' of fishermen and marine conservation
Abstract presentWestern Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science. Volume 7 #1. p. 1-14.

BookOdhiambo, M. (2007)
Gender Dimensions in Management of Decentralised Resources in Kenya: The case of Mombasa District
Abstract presentNairobi: Claripress.

Periodical articleTerer, T.; Ndiritu, G.G.; Gichuki, N.N. (2004)
Socio-Economic Values and Traditional Strategies of Managing Wetland Resources in Lower Tana River, Kenya
Abstract presentHydrobiologia. Volume 527 #1. p. 3-15.

Book chapterKing, A. (2003)
Strategies Used by Local Fishers to Ensure Access to and Control over Scarce Reources in Galu and the Wider Implications for Marine Resource Management
Abstract presentIn: Hoorweg, J.; Muthiga, N. (eds.), Recent Advances in Coastal Ecology: Studies from Kenya. Leiden: African Studies Centre. p. 215-232.

Periodical articleKairo, J.; Dahdouh-Guebas, F.; Gwada, P.O.; Ochieng, C.; Koedam, N. (2002)
Regeneration Status of Mangrove Forests in Mida Creek, Kenya: A compromised or secured future?
Abstract presentAmbio. Volume 31 #7-8. p. 562-568.

Book chapterTinga, K.K. (2002)
Spatial Organisation of a Kaya: A case of Midzichenda ecological management
In: Kabuye, C.H.S. (ed.), Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity and Development: Proceedings of a national workshop on indigenous knowledge (July 1996). Nairobi: National Museums of Kenya. p. 43-52.

Periodical articleGlaesel, H. (2000)
Community-Level Marine Resource Management and the Spirit Realm in Coastal Kenya
Abstract presentWomen in Natural Resources. Volume 21 #4. p. 35-42.

Dissertation / thesisKing, A. (2000)
Managing Without Institutions: The role of communication networks in governing resource access and control
Ph.D. thesis. University of Warwick (UK).

Conference paperMulenkei, L. (2000)
Sacred Sites
Conference on Protecting Knowledge: Traditional resource rights in the new millennium, February 23-26. Vancouver.

Periodical articleMcClanahan, T.R.; Glaesel, H.; Rubens, R.; Kiambo, R. (1997)
The Effects of Traditional Fisheries Management on Fisheries Yields and the Coral-Reef Ecosystems of Southern Kenya
Environmental Conservation. Volume 24. p. 105-120.

Book chapterRaal, P.; Barwell, L. (1995)
Application of Integrated Environmental Management to the Tana River Delta and its Linkage with the Indian Ocean Large Marine Ecossystem
In: Okemwa, E.; Ntiba, M.; Sherman, K. (eds.), Status and Future of Large Marine Ecosystems of the Indian Ocean. IUCN.

BookKigomo, B.N. (1991)
Forests, Conservation and Management. Mangrove Ecosystem in Kenya: Resource management and conservation
Kenya Forestry Master Plan Report No. 5. Nairobi: Forest Department.

BookOkidi, C.O. (1984)
Management Profile and Training Needs for Marine Resources Development
Nairobi: University of Nairobi, Institute for Development Studies.

BookOkidi, C.O. (1979)
Kenya's Marine Fisheries: An outline of policy and activities
Occasional Paper No. 30. Nairobi: Institute for Development Studies.

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