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Genetic evidence of successful establishment of the Nile perch (Lates spp. L.) in East African lakes and implications for management
(Management of Biological Invasions, 2012)
Nile perch establishment in novel ranges in East Africa is one of the most successful freshwater invasion stories in the recent history. It became ecologically dominant and well established in several lakes in the Lake ...
Oligocene and Early Miocene Ruminants (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from Pakistan and Uganda
(Palaeontologia Electronica, 2005)
Late Oligocene and Early Miocene fossil ruminants from Napak and Moroto in Uganda and the Zinda Pir sequence in Pakistan comprise at least eight taxa, including an indeterminate lophiomerycid, ?Gelocus gajensis, Walangania ...
Alpine grassland palaeoecology of the Virunga Volcanoes, East Africa: A new phytolith record from Mt. Muhavura
(Quaternary International, 2017)
This study presents a first attempt at using phytoliths from a high-altitude crater lake as a palaeoecological tool at a tropical montane site. Mt. Muhavura (4127 m asl) at the border of Uganda and Rwanda is part of the ...
Suitability of averaged outputs from multiple rainfall‑runoff models for hydrological extremes: a case of River Kafu catchment in East Africa
(Journal of Energy and Water Resources, 2021)
In this study, seven rainfall-runoff models were applied to model daily River Kafu flows from 1952 to 1981. Among others, models from the rainfall-runoff library of the eWater toolkit were applied. Optimal parameters of ...
Occurrence, distribution, and ecotoxicological risk assessment of selected pharmaceutical compounds in water from Lake Victoria, Uganda
The occurrence of 24 pharmaceuticals (including; 15 antibiotics, three analgesic/anti-inflammatory drugs, three anti-epileptic/ antidepressant drugs, two beta blockers, and one lipid regulator) was investigated in 75 water ...