Christopher Misati Ondieki

Christopher Misati Ondieki is an independent research hydrologist who has served as Senior Lecturer at the Department of Geography, Kenyatta University, Kenya (1994- 2015). He earned his PhD in Meteorology from Nairobi University in 1994, having obtained his Masters in Hydrology from the VUB Belgium in 1985. Between 1987 and 1993, he was Research Hydrologist, Laikipia Research Programme, Nanyuki, Kenya, under the auspices of University of Berne, Switzerland with focus on ASAL hydrology. He has published widely. His research interests are in Hydrological processes and watershed management of river basins. He is a member of Hydrological Society of Kenya (HSK).

Publications

Hydrology and Water Resources Management in Arid, Semi-Arid, and Tropical Regions
Christopher Misati Ondieki, Johnson Utu Kitheka. © 2019. 356 pages.
Hydrology is a key influence on water security, environmental sustainability, agricultural production, energy, and transport, especially in unique environments such as arid...
Aspects of Hydrology and Water Resource Management of ASALs in the Tropics
Christopher Misati Ondieki. © 2019. 24 pages.
ASALs in the tropics present challenges to sustainable livelihoods that include drought vagaries, changing land uses, population increase, water insecurity due to rising demands...
Hydrology and Best Practices for Managing Water Resources in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands
Christopher Misati Ondieki, Johnson Utu Kitheka. © 2018. 266 pages.
The management of water resources is extremely important for survival. Depending on the climate, certain regions require different strategies to maintain sustainable hydrological...
Perspectives of the Hydrology of the Arid and Semi-Arid Lands of Kenya
Christopher Misati Ondieki. © 2018. 16 pages.
ASALs in the tropics present challenges to sustainable livelihoods that include; drought vagaries, land use/change, and increasing population with inherent water supply demands...
Hydrology and Integrated Water Resource Management for Sustainable Watershed Management in Kenya
Christopher Misati Ondieki. © 2014. 18 pages.
Degradation of watersheds and diminishing water resources lead to unsustainable environmental and socio- economic development. The hydrological characteristics are desirable for...
Hydrology and Integrated Water Resource Management for Sustainable Watershed Management in Kenya
Christopher Misati Ondieki. © 2013. 24 pages.
Degradation of watersheds and diminishing water resources lead to unsustainable environmental and socio- economic development. The hydrological characteristics are desirable for...