Amon  Kimeli

Amon Kimeli


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Büro: Wiener Str. 7
28359 Bremen
Raum: 5205 (2. Etage)

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• Sediment dynamics and the biophysical conditions that control sediment deposition & accretion.
• Effects of sea level rise on sediment dynamics and subsequently on critical habitats especially mangroves
• Modelling of sea level rise.
• Shallow and deep-water bathymetry and general mapping of ocean floor.
• GIS and Remote Sensing applications in Marine Research


Referierte Fachzeitschriften

Kimeli, A., Thoya, P., Ngisiang'e, N., Ong'anda, H. and Magori, C. (2018). Satellite-derived bathymetry: A case study of Mombasa port channel and it's approaches. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Sciences. 17(2), 93-102.

Kosore, C., Ojwang, L., Maghanga, J., Kamau, J., Kimeli, A., Omukoto, J., Ngisiang'e, N., Mwaluma, J., Ong'anda, H., Magori, C. and Ndirui, E. (2018). Occurrence and ingestion of microplastics by zooplankton in Kenya's marine environment: first documented evidence. African Journal of Marine Science, 40(3), 225-234.

Mwaura, J. M., Umezawa, Y., Furaha, J., Kimeli, A., Kamau, J., and Aura, C. M.  (2017). Spatial variability of scleractinian coral bleaching susceptibility in 2010 El Niño–Southern Oscillation between northern and southern reefs, Kenya. Coastal Marine Science. 40, 17-27

Wissenschaftliche Abschlussarbeit

M.Sc.: Kimeli, A.K. (2013). Sedimentation in response to sea level rise in the mangroves of Mwache Creek, Mombasa-Kenya: a field and modeling study. Vrije Universiteit Brussels, Belgium.

B.Sc.: Kimeli, A.K. (2008). Hydrogeological Characterization of groundwater in Nakuru North catchment. The University of Nairobi, Kenya.