My major participation in research groups and projects was realized in the just concluded Kenya Coast Development Project (KCDP), in which my group was in charge of the marine biodiversity under the natural resource management (NRM) component, famously referred to as component 2. I was in charge of water quality thematic area, where I coordinated sampling, analyses and reporting of findings. In the overall, I also coordinated the compilation of all research technical reports for the component, during which we developed quite a number of reports for the project and KMFRI in general.
Master of Science in Quality in Analytical Chemistry,
Higher Diploma Analytical Chemistry,
C.M. Kosore, M.D. Galindo-Riano and M. D?´az-de-Alba., Assessing trace-element mobility in Algeciras Bay (Spain) sediments by acid and complexing screening. Arabian Journal of Chemistry (2015), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.arabjc.2015.06.041 (ARTICLE IN PRESS).
Joseph Kamau, Jane Catherine Ngila, Bernard Kirui, Stephen Mwangi, Charles Mitto Kosore, Veronica Wanjeri and Sturky Okumu, (2015). Spatial variability of the rate of organic carbon mineralization I a sewage impacted forest, Mikindani, Kenya, J. Soils Sediments, 15:2466–2475.
Wanjeri, V.O, Okuku, E.O, Ohowa, B.O, Kosore, M.C. and Ongore, C.O., (2013). An insight into ecotoxicological significance of PAHs contamination in selected Kenyan estuaries, Journal of Environmental Science and Water Resources, Vol. 2 (5), pp. 157 – 166.
M. Díaz-de Alba, M.D. Galindo-Riaño, M.J. Casanueva-Marenco, M. García-Vargas, C.M. Kosore, (2011). Assessment of the metal pollution, potential toxicity and speciation of sediment from Algeciras Bay (South of Spain) using chemometric tools, Journal of Hazardous Materials, 190, 177–187.