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Book
Mito CO. SPH 405: Electrodynamics II. Nairobi: University of Nairobi press; 2007.
Book Chapter
C. O. Mito, G. Laneve, and Castronuovo MM. "Derivation of land surface temperatures from MODIS data using general split-window technique.". In: Recent Advances in Quantitative Remote Sensing,. Valencia: Servicio de Publicaciones. Universitat de Valencia; 2002.
Conference Paper
Luciani R, Laneve G, Jahjah M, Collins M. "Crop species classification: A phenology based approach.". In: 2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS). IEEE; 2017:. Abstract
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Luciani R, Laneve G, Jahjah M, Collins M. "Crop species classification: A phenology based approach.". In: 2017 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS). IEEE; 2017:. Abstract
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Luciani R, Laneve G, Mito C, Jahjah M. "Developing a satellite based automatic system for crop monitoring: Kenya's Great Rift valley a case study.". In: ESA SP 740, LPS16, Proceedings of the conference held 9–13 May 2016. L. Ouwehand. Vol. 740.; 2016:. Abstract
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Conference Proceedings
Journal Article
Onyango MO, Mito CO, Baki P, Ouma G. "Near real-time tropospheric water vapour profiling using a ground-based GPS receiver." International journal of remote sensing. 2017;38:6697-6713. Abstract
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Ndiritu M, Jiwaji N, Mhandeni A, Mito C. "Kiswahili translation on the scientific and space-related terminology." Acta Astronautica. 2016;128:330-334. Abstract
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Olwendo OJ, Yosuke Y, Cilliers PJ, Baki P, Chigomezyo MN, Mito C. ", A study on the response of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly over the East Africa sector during the geomagnetic storm of November 13, 2012." . Advances in Space Research. 2015;55(12):2863-2872.
Joseph OO, Yamazak Y, Cilliers P, Baki P, Ngwira CM, Mito C. "A study on the response of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly over the East Africa sector during the geomagnetic storm of November 13, 2012." Advances in Space Research. 2015;55:2863-2872. Abstract
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Joseph OO, Yamazak Y, Cilliers P, Baki P, Ngwira CM, Mito C. "A study on the response of the Equatorial Ionization Anomaly over the East Africa sector during the geomagnetic storm of November 13, 2012." Advances in Space Research. 2015;55:2863-2872. Abstract
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Cheruiyot EK, Mito C, Menenti M, Gorte B, Koenders R, Akdim N. "Evaluating MERIS-Based Aquatic Vegetation Mapping in Lake Victoria." Remote Sens.. 2014;6:7762-7782.
Adero AO, Baki P, Kotze P, Mito CO. "Features of the Night-Time F-Region Currents over Equatorial Africa (August, 2001)." International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences. 2014;4(4):101-104.
L. Fusilli, M. O. Collins, G. Laneve, A. Palombo, Pignatti S, and Santini F. "Assessment of the abnormal growth of floating macrophytes in Winam Gulf (Kenya) by using MODIS imagery time series." International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. 2013;20:33-41.
O. J. Olwendo, P. Baki, P.J. Cilliers, Mito C, and Doherty P. "Comparison of GPS TEC variations with IRI-2007 TEC prediction at equatorial latitudes during a low solar (2009-2011) phase over the Kenyan region." Advances in Space Research. 2013;52(10):1770-1779.
A. O. Adero, P. Baki, P. K, and Mito CO. "Identification of Night-Time F-Region Currents from CHAMP Satellite Observations over Equatorial Africa." International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences. 2013;3(1):9-14.
O. J. Olwendo, T. Baluku, P. Baki, P.J. Cilliers, C. Mito, and Doherty P. "Low latitude ionospheric scintillation and zonal irregularity drifts observed with GPS-SCINDA System and closely spaced VHF receivers in Kenya." Advances in Space Research. 2013;51(9):1715-1726.
O. J. Olwendo., P. Baki, Mito. C, and Doherty P. "Characterization of ionospheric GPS Total Electron Content (GPS-TEC) in low latitude zone over the Kenyan region during a very low solar activity phase." Journal of Atmospheric and Solar Terrestrial Physics. 2012;84(85C):52-61.
O. J. Olwendo, P. Baki, P.J. Cilliers, Mito CO, and Doherty P. "Comparison of GPS TEC measurements with IRI-2007 TEC prediction over the Kenyan region during the descending phase of solar 23." Advances in Space Research. 2012;49(5):914-921.
C. O. Mito, Boiyo RK, and Laneve G. "A simple algorithm to estimate sensible heat flux from remotely sensed MODIS data." International Journal of Remote Sensing. 2012;33(19):6109-6121.
O. J. Olwendo, P.J. Cilliers, P. Baki, and Mito CO. "Using GPS-SCINDA observations to study the correlation between scintillation, total electron content enhancement and depletions over the Kenyan region." Advances in Space Research. 2012;49(9):1363-1372.
O. J. Olwendo, P. Baki, Mito C, and Doherty P. "Effects of TEC disturbances on Satellite Tracking Using GPS-SCINDA receiver over the Kenyan Space." Nigerian Journal of Space Research. 2010;7:73-85.Website
Baki P, and Mito CO. "The Spectral Analysis of X-Ray Binaries from the XMM-Newton Space Craft Data using SAS Software." African Skies/Cieux Africains. 2009;(13):18-19. AbstractWebsite

A spectral data analysis on a luminous object of sky-coordinates 12h52m24.28s-29d115'02.3'12.6arcsec using Science Analysis Software (SAS) is presented. The analysis, based on data acquired by the Reflection Grating Spectrometer (RGS) camera aboard the XMM-Newton Space satellite, shows that the primary constituents of the X-ray source are Fe (Iron) and O (oxygen). This suggests that the source may be a magnetized plasma in a binary system and as this magnetic field accelerates the cooling of a star, one may speculate that this may be a compact star in its last stages of a thermonuclear fusion process. Nous présentons une analyse du spectre d'une source a rayons X située -- en coordonnées sidérales - à 12h52m24.28s - 29d115'02.312.6 arcsec. Science Analysis Software (SAS) est le programme informatique utilisé pour l'analyse des données. Cette analyse est basée sur les données provenant du spectromètre à haute résolution (RGS) à bord du satellite spatiale XMM-Newton. Nous montrons que ladite source est principalement constituée de Fer (Fe) et d'oxygene (O). Ce résultat suggère que la source pourrait être un plasma magnétisé au sein d'un système binaire. Et du fait que ce champ magnétique accélère le refroidissement de l'étoile, nous supposons que cette étoile pourrait ètre un objet compact en phase terminale d'un processus de fusion thermonucléaire.

C. O. Mito, G. Laneve, Castronuovo MM, and Ulivieri C. "Derivation of land surface temperatures from MODIS data using the general split-window technique." International Journal of Remote Sensing. 2006;27(12-14):2541-2552.
Rabah VOK, and Mito CO. "Pre-design guidelines for Passive solar architectural buildings in Kenya." International Journal of Sustainable Energy. 2003;23(3):83-119.

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