Dr. Nina Wambiji
Dr. Nina Wambiji
Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute
Verified email at kmfri.co.ke
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Marine mammal bycatch in the southwest Indian Ocean: review and need for a comprehensive status assessment
J Kiszka, C Muir, C Poonian, TM Cox, OA Amir, J Bourjea, ...
Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 7 (2), 119-136, 2009
692009
Toward a new data standard for combined marine biological and environmental datasets-expanding OBIS beyond species occurrences
D De Pooter, W Appeltans, N Bailly, S Bristol, K Deneudt, M Eliezer, ...
Biodiversity Data Journal, 2017
522017
Marine megafauna interactions with small-scale fisheries in the southwestern Indian Ocean: a review of status and challenges for research and management
AJ Temple, JJ Kiszka, SM Stead, N Wambiji, A Brito, CNS Poonian, ...
Reviews in fish biology and fisheries 28 (1), 89-115, 2018
492018
Impact of population growth and climate change on the freshwater resources of Lamu Island, Kenya
C Okello, B Tomasello, N Greggio, N Wambiji, M Antonellini
Water 7 (3), 1264-1290, 2015
462015
Kagoshima University Repository
N Wambiji, J Ohtomi, B Fulanda, E KIMANI, N KULUNDU, Y HOSSAIN
222008
Marine megafauna catch in southwestern Indian Ocean small-scale fisheries from landings data
AJ Temple, N Wambiji, CNS Poonian, N Jiddawi, SM Stead, JJ Kiszka, ...
Biological Conservation 230, 113-121, 2019
202019
Influence of moonlight on mRNA expression patterns of melatonin receptor subtypes in the pineal organ of a tropical fish
YJ Park, JG Park, Y Takeuchi, SP Hur, YD Lee, SJ Kim, A Takemura
Marine genomics 14, 67-70, 2014
202014
Freshwater resource characterization and vulnerability to climate change of the Shela aquifer in Lamu, Kenya
C Okello, M Antonellini, N Greggio, N Wambiji
Environmental Earth Sciences 73 (7), 3801-3817, 2015
192015
Expression of type II iodothyronine deiodinase gene in the brain of a tropical spinefoot, Siganus guttatus
N Wambiji, YJ Park, SJ Kim, SP Hur, Y Takeuchi, A Takemura
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2011
122011
Diurnal expression patterns of neurohypophysial hormone genes in the brain of the threespot wrasse Halichoeres trimaculatus
SP Hur, Y Takeuchi, Y Esaka, W Nina, YJ Park, HC Kang, HB Jeong, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2011
112011
Potential for conflicts in recreational and artisanal billfish fisheries on the coast of Kenya
NI Kadagi, N Wambiji, ME Swisher
Marine Policy 117, 103960, 2020
92020
Preliminary results from a baseline survey of the port of Mombasa: with focus on molluscs
N Wambiji, P Gwada, E Fondo, S Mwangi, MK Osore
5th Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association Scientific Symposium, 2007
92007
Expression patterns of type II and III iodothyronine deiodinase genes in the liver of the goldlined spinefoot, Siganus guttatus
N Wambiji, YJ Park, JG Park, SJ Kim, SP Hur, Y Takeuchi, A Takemura
Fisheries Science 77 (3), 301-311, 2011
72011
Quantification of climate change implications for water-based management: A case study of oyster suitability sites occurrence model along the Kenya coast
CM Aura, S Musa, MK Osore, E Kimani, VM Alati, N Wambiji, GW Maina, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 165, 27-35, 2017
52017
WIOFish Database—a catalogue of small-scale fisheries of the western Indian Ocean
B Everett, P Santana-Afonso, N Jiddawi, C Assan, N Wambiji, ...
Annual report, December 2013, 187, 2013
52013
Expression profiles of types 2 and 3 iodothyronine deiodinase genes in relation to vitellogenesis in a tropical damselfish, Chrysiptera cyanea
SP Hur, A Mahardini, Y Takeuchi, S Imamura, N Wambiji, D Rizky, ...
General and comparative endocrinology 285, 113264, 2020
42020
KENYA National Report to the Scientific Committee of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission, 2020
S Ndegwa, E Mueni, B Kiilu, C Ndoro, K Shikami, E Kimani, G Okemwa, ...
42015
State of the Kenya marine fisheries report 2015
EN Kimani, N Wambiji, C Aura, C Munga, G Okemwa
Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute, Mombasa, 2015
42015
Reproductive biology of three siganid species: Siganus canaliculatus (Park 1797), Siganus sutor (valenciennes, 1835) and Siganus stellatus (forsskĺl, 1775) in family Siganidae …
N Wambiji
WIOMSA, 2010
32010
Incidental catch of marine mammals in the southwest Indian Ocean: a preliminary review
J Kiszka, C Muir, O Amir, V Drouot-Dulau, C Poonian, Y Razafindrakoto, ...
32008
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