Bio

Bio

Dr. Staline Kibet has many years of research and teaching experience. Trained in Range Management at undergraduate from the University of Nairobi, Master in Botany from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and Ph.D in Dryland Resource Management from University of Nairobi.

Publications


2021

Kibet, S, Nyangito, Moses M, MacOpiyo L, Kenfack D.  2021.  Savanna woody plants responses to mammalian herbivory and implications for management of livestock–wildlife landscape. Ecological Solutions and Evidence. 2(3):e12083.
Kenfack, D, Arellano G, Kibet S, Kimuyu D, Musili D.  2021.  Understanding the monodominance of Acacia drepanolobium in East African savannas: insights from demographic data. Trees. 35:1439–1450.

2020

"Fungomeli, M", Cianciaruso M, Zannini P, Githitho A, Frascaroli F, Fulanda B, Kibet S, Wiemers B, Mbuvi MT.  2020.  Woody plant species diversity of the coastal forests of Kenya: filling in knowledge gaps in a biodiversity hotspot. Plant Biosystems-An International Journal Dealing with all Aspects of Plant Biology. 154(6):973-982.

2019

Augustine, DJ, Wigley BJ, Ratnam J, Kibet S, Nyangito M, Sankaran M.  2019.  Large herbivores maintain a two‐phase herbaceous vegetation mosaic in a semi‐arid savanna. Ecology and Evolution. 9(22):12779-12788.

2018

Boyle, JH, Martins DJ, Pelaez J, Musili P, Kibet S, Kimani N, Kenfack D, Pierce NE.  2018.  Polygyny does not explain the superior competitive ability of dominant ant associates in the African ant‐plant, Acacia (Vachellia) drepanolobium). Ecology and Evolution. 8(3):1441–1450.

2011

Maundu, P, S. Kibet, Morimoto Y, & IM, Adeka R.  2011.  Impact of Prosopis juliflora on Kenya's semi-arid and arid ecosystems and local livelihoods. Biodiversity. 10(2-3)

2008

Nyamweru, N, Kibet S, Pakia M, Cooke J.  2008.  The Kaya forests of coastal Kenya:'Remnant patches' or dynamic entities. African sacred groves: ecological dynamics & social change. , Ohio: James Curry Press
Kibet, S, Nyamweru C.  2008.  Cultural and Biological Heritage at Risk;The Case of the Rabai Kaya Forests in Coastal Kenya. Journal of Human Ecology. 24(4):287-295.

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