Beatrice Obegi


• Conducted ecological research both individual & participatory
• Worked on zooplankton and phytoplankton's
• Research on water quality
• Lake Naivasha monitoring project, Fish catch and stock assessment
• Collected Climatic Change data
• Pollution monitoring
• Head of Chemistry Laboratory
• Kenya Belgium Project, Nutrients, trace metals. primary productivity analysis
• Member, Eastern Africa Water Association (EAWA)
• Msc. Marine resource-based management and climate change ( Nha Trang University, Vietnam)
• Bsc. Environmental Science ( Second Class Honours Upper division Egerton University)
• Diploma in Analytical Chemistry (Mombasa Technical Training institute)
• Icra-unesco (2weeks), Participatory Action Research
• USAID workshop on aquaculture
• Writing research proposals
• Writing research Reports
• Training Students on attachment
• Lectures to University Students on Field trips
• Monthly Qualitative and quantitative data collection and reporting on fish stocks, water quality and macrophytes composition and distribution in Lake Naivasha.
• Supervision and Lectucting of students from
• James Last Keyombe, Waithaka E and Obegi B. Length–weight relationship and condition factor of Clarias gariepinus in Lake Naivasha, Kenya, International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2015; 2(6): 382-385
• Waithaka E, Mugo J, Obegi B. and James Last. Socio-economics of the re-introduced Oreochromis niloticus in Lake Naivasha (Kenya), International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2015; 2(5): 142-146
• Good ability to cooperate and communicate with domestic and international researchers / scientist experience gained for Fifteen years now, the period heading Research Laboratory department In both Mombasa and Naivasha Division

• Good ability to work independently in collection of ecological data, analysis and results presentations including proper advice to high authorities
• Ability in supervising routine department activities as university student lecture, writing research proposal, coordinating research activities

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