Dr. Staline Kibet has more than 10 years research experience formerly at National Museums of Kenya and more than 5 years of teaching at the University of Nairobi. He has a BSc. in Range Management from the University of Nairobi, a Master’s Degree in Botany from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology and Ph.D in Dryland Resource Management from University of Nairobi.



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.


Kibet, S, Nyamweru C.  2017.  Cultural and Biological Heritage at Risk;The Case of the Rabai Kaya Forests in Coastal Kenya. Journal of Human Ecology. 24(4):287-295.


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)

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