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|Statement||by P.M. Mainga, S.N. Wanjogu, and J.P. Mbuvi.|
|Series||Laikipia-Mt. Kenya papers., B-9|
|Contributions||Wanjogu, S. N., Mbuvi, J. P., Laikipia Research Programme.|
|LC Classifications||S599.5.K42 L356 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||95981860|
Download Preliminary soil conditions of Ngenia, Rumuruti, Mukogodo, and Sirima catchment sites
Preliminary soil conditions of Ngenia, And Sirima catchment sites book, Mukogodo, and Sirima catchment sites (Laikipia-Mt. Kenya papers) Unknown Binding – by P.
M Mainga (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Author: P. M Mainga. Preliminary soil conditions of Ngenia, Rumuruti, Mukogodo, and Sirima catchment sites (Laikipia-Mt. Kenya papers) by P. M Mainga | 1 Jan Unknown Binding. A pattern of faecal pollution peaking in August at all sites, signiﬁcantly higher levels detected when cattle were present watering at a site, and the widespread detection of cow genetic source faecal markers, point to livestock, in particular cattle, as the dominant and most widespread likely cause of gross faecal pollution and a possible.
Influence of soil type and landuse on soil water retention and availability in the semi-arid Sirima and Mukogodo catchments in Laikipia District were investigated. Representative soils, six in Sirima and four in Mukogodo, surveyed at a detailed level, were assessed using samples taken fromand cm depths of bush, grass, bare.
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