Position: Dr.
Department: Plant & Microbial Sciences
Contact Address: P.O. Box 43844 , 00100 Kenyatta University , Nairobi

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T. Ide, J. Schilling, J. S.A. Link, J. Scheffran, G. Ngaruiya and T. Weinzierl. 2014. On
exposure, vulnerability and violence: Spatial distribution of risk factors for climate change
and violent conflict across Kenya and Uganda. Political Geography (special issue) 43: 68-81
Ngaruiya, G. (2014). Climate governance, rural livelihoods and social networks: Using the
ecosystem service governance approach to analyse climate adaptation and resource conflict
resolution in Kenya. PhD Thesis, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg.
Ngaruiya G, J. Scheffran & L. Lang. 2014. Social Networks in Water Governance and
Climate Adaptation in Kenya. In Handbook of Sustainable Water Management by W. Leal
F. and V. Sumer (Editors) in Cambridge University Press. ISBN: 978-3-319-12393-6
Ngaruiya G. 2014 Does reactive adaptation exist? Using the ecosystem service governance
approach to evaluate post-drought rural food security in Kenya Natural resources 5: 8, 392-407
(special issue on resource security) doi.org/10.4236/nr.2014.58037
Ngaruiya G. & J. Scheffran. 2013. Reducing climate adaptation deficits using revolving
fund network schemes in rural areas of Kenya: Case study of Loitoktok district. African J.
Economic and Sustainable Development 2 (4): 347 - 362 DOI: 10.1504/AJESD.2013.058746
Ngaruiya G. 2013. Book review for Günther Schlee and Abdullahi A. Shongolo's in
"Pastoralism & Politics in Northern Kenya & Southern Ethiopia. Aethiopica 16.
Liang Yang, Chunxiao Zhang, G. W. Ngaruiya. 2013. Water supply risks and urban
responses under a changing climate: A case study of Hong Kong. Pacific Geographies, 39:9-15
Ngaruiya. G. W. 2011. Ecological Assessment of the sengi in north-coastal forests of
Kenya. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. (ISNB-13:978-3-8454-1681-6)
Andanje S., Bowkett A., Agwanda B., Ngaruiya G., Plowman A., Wacher T. and Amin R..
2010. A new population of the critically endangered Aders’ duiker Cephalophus adersi
confirmed from northern coastal Kenya Oryx, 45(3), 444–447
Andanje S., Agwanda B., Ngaruiya G., Rathbun G. and R. Amin. 2009. Sengi (elephant- shrew) observations from north eastern Kenya. Journal of East Africa Natural History 99(1):1-