Muli
Jones
Jones Muli
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Research
• Identification of aquatic environmental problems and initiate viable research projects to solve the problems.
• Design, conduct and report research findings and disseminate the results of research and scholarship by oral and written communications to variety of audiences.
• Conducting Environmental Impact/Audit Assessment.
• Coordinate Research Activities in Inland Waters.
• Overseeing research in Inland stations.
Management
• Station Coordinator (Head Research and administration in the station)
• Participation in identification and implementation of Performance Contracting targets.
• Preparation of annual work plans and budgets.
• Preparation of Quarterly and Annual projects reports.
• Sourcing and implementing consultancy projects.
• Western Indian Ocean Marine Scientists Association (WIOMSA)
• Eastern African Water Association (EAWA)
• Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management Society (AEHMS) Canada
Msc Zoology (Hydrobiology) - University of Nairobi (Nairobi, Kenya) - 2004
BSc (Hons) Botany and Zoology - University of Nairobi (Nairobi, Kenya) – 1989
• Stock assessment of Fish species of Sondu/Miriu River, Kenya. 1990 –1993. Funded by KMFRI/Government of Kenya.
• Water quality assessment of Lake Victoria and afferent rivers - Kenya-Belgium joint project in freshwater Ecology 1993-1996. This was multidisciplinary project and my role was to monitor and assess water quality using invertebrates. Funded by Government of Kenya and Belgium Government
• Fish biology and Biodiversity conservation in Lake Victoria and its catchment - Lake Victoria Environment Management Programme (LVEMP) 1998 – Present. This is a multidisciplinary project and my role is to assess the macroinvertebrate biodiversity. Funded by Government of Kenya and World Bank
• Use of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Bio-Indicators for Water quality Assessment of Rivers in Lake Victoria catchment, Kenya May 2005 –2007 Present. Funded by International Foundation for Science (IFS), Sweden and KMFRI/Government of Kenya
• Lake Baringo Research Expedition (LABRE): Assessment of the Water quality and Fisheries of Lake Baringo May 2004 – Present. This is multidisciplinary project and my role is to assess the fish and macroinvertebrate biodiversity. Funded by KMFRI/Government of Kenya
• Ecosystem Service Shared Value Assessment (ESSVA) for Lake Baringo basin Aug 2015-Present
• Muli J. R. 2005. Spatial variation of benthic macroinvertebrates and the environmental factors influencing their distribution in Lake Victoria, Kenya. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 8(2):147-157.
• Muli J. R. and Mavuti K. 2001. Benthic Macroinvertebrate community of Kenyan waters of Lake Victoria, Hydrobiologia 458: 83-90.
• Muli J. R., K. M. Mavuti and J. M. Ntiba, 2000. Macroinvertebrates on water hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes (Martius) Solms-Laubach in Kenyan waters of Lake Victoria. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 26: 281-302.
• Muli J. R. 1996. Environmental problems of Lake Victoria (East Africa): What the international community can do. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management Vol. 2: 47-53.
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jmuli@kmfri.co.ke
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