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Details of Mr Boaz Ogola OHOWA   


Gender male
Job title Senior Research Officer
Department Chemical Oceanography (Marine Ecoloogy & Envvironment Programme)
P. O. Box 81651
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel 254-726 893 566; 254-735 759 678
Fax 254-041-475157
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Degree MSc. (Chemistry), University of Nairobi, KE (1988); Master of Marine Management (MMM), Dalhousie University, CANADA (2004)
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Chemical Oceanography , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Pollution , Chemical Oceanography , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Pollution
Research Activities - Nutrients fuxes and dynamics in Coastal Systems - Biogeochemistry of Coastal Systems (Pollution and Environmental Chemistry) - Natural Products Research - Ecotoxicology; Environmental Assessment
Research Region 46, 71
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr Boaz OHOWA)

Wanjeri, V.O., Okuku, E.O., Ohowa, B.O., Kosore, M.C., Ongore, C.O. [2013] An insight into ecotoxicological significance of PAHs contamination in selected Kenyan estuaries. Journal of Environmental Science and Water Resources, 2(5), 157-166.
Okuku, E.O., Ohowa, B., Mwangi, S.N., Munga, D., Kiteresi, L.I., Wanjeri, V.O., Okumu, S., and Kilonzo, J. [2011] Sewage pollution in the Coastal waters of Mombasa City, Kenya: A norm rather than an Exception. International Journal of Environmental Research, 5(4): 865-874.
Ohowa, B. O. [2009] Evaluation of the effectiveness of the regulatory regime in the management of oil pollution in Kenya Ocean and Coastal Management, 52, 17-21
Ohowa, B. O., Mwashote, B. M. and Shimbira, W. S. [1997] Dissolved inorganic nutrient fluxes from two seasonal rivers into Gazi bay, Kenya Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 45, 189-195
Ohowa, B. O. [1996] Seasonal variations of the nutrient fluxes into the Indian Ocean from the Sabaki river, Kenya Discovery and Innovation, 8(3), 265-274

Created: 1994-10-14 Last Updated: 2015-06-09 by Boaz OHOWA