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O., KG.  Forthcoming.  Advance Geomorphology. : University of Nairobi Press Abstract


O., KG.  Submitted.  Water Resources. : Chapter 23 in Kenya Abstract


Dzikus, A, Pireh H, Krhoda G.  2021.  1. Climate Proofing Toolkit for Basic Urban Infrastructure with a Focus on Water and Sanitation. , 04/2018. :1-135., Nairobi: UN-Habitat
Ireri, C, KRHODA GO, Mukhovi MS.  2021.  2. Social-Economic Threshold Factors for Gully Erosion Stabilization in Semi-Arid Environment of Wanjoga River Catchment, Upper Tana Basin, Kenya. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Bioresearch. 6(5):172-187.
  2021.  Temporal Variations in Rainfall and Temperature and their Effects on the River Discharge in the Mara River Basin. East African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation,. 2(1)


O, AI, KRHODA GO, Mukhovi SM.  2020.  3. Land Cover and Land Use Change in the Mara River Basin: A Geospatial Approach. . International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Bioresearch. 5(5):68-85.
  2020.  Land Cover and Land Use Change in the Mara River Basin: A Geospatial Approach. East African Journal of Science, Technology and Innovation. 2(1):1-23.



Thecla, A, O KG, Alice O-O.  2018.  10. Principal component analysis of the effects of flooding on food security in agrarian communities of south eastern Nigeria. International Journal of Hydrology. 2(2):205-212.
  2018.  Drought Frequencies, Persistence, and Impact in the Upper Tana Catchment in Kenya. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International. 18(3):1-22.
  2018.  Perspectives of Urban Water Supply and Sanitation in Kenya: Uncompleted Reforms. International Journal of Agriculture, Environment and Bioresearch. 3(3):288-298.


  2017.  Cooperation and safeguarding of the future of biodiversity in the Mara-Serengeti Ecosystem. International Journal of Environment, Agriculture and Biotechnology.


Rabe, M, Price G, Krhoda G, Goodwin R.  2011.  2. Climate Change Vulnerability and Infrastructure Investment Assessment and Analysis for Small Scale Water Utilities in the Lake Victoria Basin. Guide Book for water and wastewater utilities. . Abstract

The effect of global climate change on the built urban environment, especially installed infrastructure for the
delivery of essential services, will be particularly severe and even more so for developing countries where
resources to deal with anticipated impacts are lacking. Because the delivery of wet services is dependent on
water resources and tends to be an energy intensive operation, water and wastewater utilities will be most
vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. It is therefore imperative that the providers of these services embark on a programme of proactively adapting to the impacts of climate change and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions through improved pumping efficiencies. Because adaptation can take on many forms, utilities must apply logic and rational thinking to this process and prioritize interventions that are most likely to cost effectively address identified



O., KG.  1999.  Changing patterns in water resource tenure in Kenya and mechanisms for resolving emerging conflicts. : East African Regional Seminar for Journalists, African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), March Abstract


O., KG.  1999.  Taking Over: Community Water Management in Kenya. : African Centre for Technology Studies, African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), Discussion Monograph Abstract
O., KG.  1999.  National policy studies of domestic water supply and environmental health in post-colonial Kenya. : African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS) Discussion Paper Abstract


O., KG.  1998.  Policies, programmes and institutions of water sector management in sub-Saharan Africa. : Environment and Development in Kenya, Kenya National Academy of Sciences, Nairobi Abstract


O., KG.  1997.  Water resources in Africa: Issues for Policy Makers. : Whydah, Information and Policy Magazine, vol. 6, no. 1&2, pp. 1-6, June 1997, African Academy of Sciences, Nairobi. Abstract


O., KG.  1995.  Economic planning through drainage basins in Kenya; Impact of water resources utilization in semi-arid and arid environment. : Geographical Journal of Eastern and Southern Africa; vol. 5 no. 1 Abstract


O., KG.  1992.  The hydrology and flood management strategies for the city of Nairobi. : African Urban Quarterly, no. 1&2, pp.38-48 Abstract


O., KG.  1991.  The hydrology and functions of wetlands,. : Wetlands of Kenya, S.A. Crafter, S.G. Njuguna and G.W. Howard, (eds.), International Union of Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Abstract


Krhoda, G.O.  1990.  Assessment of Groundwater quality and management strategies in Wajir District, Kenya. International Conference on Groundwater Resources Management, Bangkok, Thailand,. :299-306., Bangkok, Thailand
O., KG.  1990.  Hydrology and water supply in Kenya. : African Urban Quarterly, no. 1&2, 1990; no. 3&4, 1988; Kenya's Population Growth and Development, 1988, S.H. Ominde (ed.) Abstract


KRHODA, GO.  1989.  Groundwater assessment in the sedimentary basins of Eastern Kenya. Appropriate Methodologies for Development and Management of Groundwater Resources in Development Countries. :661-668., Hyderabad, India


O., KG.  1988.  The impact of resources development on the hydrology of Mau forest of Kenya. : Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 8, No. 2. Abstract


O., KG.  1987.  Rationale for the establishment of drainage basin organizations. : Reflections on management and drainage basins in Africa: Development and Environment in the Management of International Drainage Basins in Africa, C.O. Okidi (ed.) Abstract

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