Dr Kenneth L.I. CAMPBELL


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Information Systems, Environmental Assessment, GIS and spatial analysis, Protected Areas, Conservation, and International Development

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OVERVIEW    

Environment and Development specialist. Takes a holistic viewpoint, integrating environmental, social and economic information. Experienced in EIA, knowledge management, GIS, remote sensing, protected areas, design and maintenance of web-sites and CDs for information, policy and project support, and reviews of research and project proposals for international agencies. Takes a keen interest in Climate Change impacts, and in the impacts of Peak Oil and increasing oil price. Activities have included: analysis of illegal hunting in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania; EIA of dams for hydropower and water supply in Indonesia and Kenya; Environment and social monitoring of hydropower construction in Kenya; GIS and National Park planning in Bosnia-Herzegovina; contaminated land assessment in UK; CD-ROM information toolboxes on Livestock in Development; adviser on knowledge management, and evaluation of research proposals. Also involved in monitoring of dormouse populations. UK-based. Currently available for home-based assignments, as well as team collaboration and remote support to project teams.



KEY EXPERTISE

Knowledge management, Internet/CD-ROM based Information Systems, Web-site design and maintenance,

Evaluation of project proposals and concept notes. Programme Monitoring and evaluation,

Environment Impact Assessment (EIA), incl. Energy, Water Resources & Contaminated Land,

Geographic Information Systems (GIS), spatial analysis, remote sensing,

Protected Area planning and “Park-People” interactions,

Conservation Ecology, Biodiversity Inventory,

Wildlife and livestock surveys. Land use assessment,

Spatial modelling, particularly related to conservation, environmental assessment and multi-disciplinary data sources. Integration of environmental, social and economic factors,

Document editing and compilation using Microsoft Office software, html, and LaTeX.

VoIP, web conferencing, Peer-to-Peer collaboration, telecommuting, etc.

QUALIFICATIONS (and membership of professional bodies)
  BSc (Hons) Zoology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, 1976
  PhD, University of Exeter, Devon, England, 1983
  Fellow of the Institution of Analysts and Programmers
  Member of the Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management
  Affiliate Member of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
  Licensed to handle Dormice (Muscardinus avellanarius) under the Wildlife and Countryside Act, UK.
COUNTRY EXPERIENCE
  Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Botswana, Malawi, Namibia, Zambia, Indonesia, Sri Lanka,
  Bosnia-Herzegovina, Russian Federation, Ukraine, UK.
COMPUTER / IT EXPERIENCE
Document creation using MS Office, html, PDF, and LaTeX, including graphics and artwork.
MS Office Suite (incl. Office 2007), MS Visio, MS Project, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Photoshop, Paintshop, MapInfo, Idrisi, Vertical Mapper, Surfer, ArcView, Spatial Analyst, Concept Mapping, Mond Mapping, and more…

VoIP communications, collaboration and meeting tools, includimg Conveons, Elluminate & others.

Peer-to-peer file sharing (P2P) and collaboration tools,
including MS Office Groove, Collanos Workspace, and Microsoft Office Live

Development and maintenance of web sites. Information systems on CD-ROM.

LANGUAGES
  English (Mother tongue)
  Swahili - good
EMPLOYMENT
  July 2001 – (present) Independent
  1994 – July 2001 Principal Scientist, Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime, Kent ME4 4TB, UK.
  1989 – 1993 Project Officer with Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS)
  1986 – 1989 Project Officer with World Wildlife Fund (WWF)
  1983 – 1986 Senior consultant, EcoSystems Ltd., Nairobi, Kenya


EXPERIENCE
UK-based:  

Evaluation of project proposals, research proposals, and/or reports for a number of organisations, including: Research Council of Norway, EU, and DFID.

UK-based 2007 - 2009 Support on communications and development related knowledge management for DFID Research Into Use Programme (RIU), including organisation of development oriented natural resources research information, value chains, concept mapping, as well as testing of VoIP collaboration and web conferencing tools.
UK-based 2007 - 2008 Ecological monitoring for Pesticides and Poverty. Technical assistance on questionnaire surveys within a project documenting and communicating environmental impacts, establishing capacity for ecological monitoring for Pesticides and Poverty. Remote collaboration with Ethiopia and Tanzania. Pesticide Action Network (PAN-UK).
UK-based 2007 Advisory support and preparation of guidelines on integration of an environmental strategy within the DFID Research Into Use Programme.
UK-based 2006 - 2007 Preparation of concept maps and associated documentation on constraints to the adoption of information for the DFID Research Into Use Programme.
UK & Kenya 2006 - 2007

Environmental Impact Assessment of proposed water supply dam and reservoir for Athi River Export Processing Zone (EPZA) near Nairobi, Kenya, on the border of Nairobi National Park and Kitengela Game Conservation Area.

UK-based 2006 Preparation of records for FAO’s TECA database (Technology for Agriculture - Proven technologies for smallholders) based on validated technologies from the DFID Livestock Production and Animal Health Programmes (LPP, AHP). Copy editing, compilation, and preparation of records for uploading to FAO’s TECA web site, of records from DFID’s LPP, AHP, CPHP, CPP, AFGRP, FMSP, NRSO, PHFRP, and PSP programmes.
UK & Kenya 2005 - 2008 Environmental monitoring of Sondu-Miriu hydropower development, Western Kenya. Scope of work and planning for annual socio-economic surveys and transmission line survey. Analysis and evaluation of monitoring data from environment, physical, chemical, health, and assessment of socio-economic surveys. Compilation of environmental monitoring reports. Spatial analysis and recommendations for design of rural water supply. (Nippon Koei, JBIC).
UK based: 2004 - 2006
Use of information and knowledge management. Smallstock in Development: Development and compilation of a knowledge “toolbox” and information system on sheep, goats, poultry and other smallstock, targeted at poor livestock keepers in developing countries. Support for additional livestock information systems on Draft Animal Power, and Livestock in Challenging Environments. Use of web design, concept mapping and html for delivery of fully searchable livestock development information in CD-ROM format. (NR International Ltd., Livestock Production Programme, DFID).
UK based: 2004

Evaluation expert for proposals to EU on “B7-6200”: Environment and tropical forests in developing countries

Tanzania: 2004
Evaluation of Swedish Support to the Environment Sector of Tanzania. Assessment of Sida's support to the National Environment Management Council (NEMC), Minor Environmental Support, and draft Environmental Management bill which provides a new framework for environmental management in Tanzania.
UK based: 2003 - 2004
GIS inputs to water resources planning programme in Khuzestan province, Iran.
UK based,
Tanzania:
2002 - 2004
External supervision of Tanznaian PhD student working on wildlife conservation and the social and economic interactions between protected areas and adjacent rural settlements. Including visits to Tanzania.
UK based: 2002 - 2003
Member of multi-disciplinary and multi-national team involved in contaminated land assessment and development of new instrumentation. GIS and spatial analysis; assessment and validation of GPS & EGNOS Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) for site sampling procedures. Data and software specification/design. EUREKA (EU & UK:DTI) project.
UK based: 2003
Creation of search facility on CD-ROM for Portuguese version of information system on Livestock and the Environment (Livestock and Environment Toolbox). FAO.
Indonesia 2001 - 2002
Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of feasibility studies for hydropower and water supply development on Brantas River, Java. Development of work plans and TORs for local consultants. Creation of GIS base maps. Spatial analysis using GIS. Validation of GPS ground Survey and creation of Digital Elevation Models (DEM). Water Quality Assessment. Field work, Impact assessment and report compilation. Nippon Koei / JBIC.
Bosnia-Herzegovina 2002
Forest management planning study: Preparation of the management plan of Sutjeska National Park. Work involved development of GIS-based biodiversity mapping, terrain modelling (DEM) and habitat inventory for Sutjeska national park and adjacent areas. Scandiaconsult Natura, Sweden, & World Bank.
Regional 2001 - 2002
Second phase of management and development of www.nssd.net web site of National Strategies for Sustainable Development (NSSD). Collaborative project with IIED. DFID.
UK 2001
Environmental Assessment. Provision of GIS and spatial analytical services for contaminated land analysis connected with electric power transformers – incl. heavy metals; spatial interpolation of sample data, recommendations and reporting.
UK 2001
Technical support to UK-based NGO, Pastoral and Environmental Network in the Horn of Africa (PENHA). Concept and initial design of Internet based information system for promotion and dissemination of information on pastoralism and the environment.
Tanzania 1998- 2001
Team leader of research programme on Sustainable Use of Wildland Resources: Ecological, Social and Economic Interactions. Linking ecological, social, economic and conservation investigations to examine social and economic development problems, environmental sustainability, and the conservation of biodiversity in protected areas. Targeting rural poverty whilst decreasing the impact of illegal meat poaching on the Serengeti ecosystem of northern Tanzania.
Russian Federation 2001
Project scoping study: Biodiversity Conservation Centre, Moscow. Focusing on project preparation for development of a biodiversity information system for Russia incorporating GIS and Internet-based decision support systems.
Regional,
UK based
1999-2001
Development of web-site and CD-ROM based information system for dissemination of information on National Strategies for Sustainable Development (nssd). DFID funded collaborative project with International Institute of Environment and Development (IIED). Material distributed on CD-ROM and on the Internet at www.nssd.net.
Regional,
UK based,
Sri Lanka
1999 - 2001
World Commission on Dams. Multi-disciplinary study. Natural resource use and environmental assessment components of a project developing guidelines for artificial flood releases from dams/reservoirs to maintain downstream wetland ecosystems and dependant livelihoods. Field Visit to Mahaweli basin, Sri Lanka. Outputs WCD and World Bank. DFID.
Ukraine
& UK
1999 - 2000
Development of strategy for utilisation of information systems and GIS in Carpathian Mountains National Park within the framework of the EU-TACIS funded Carpathian Transfrontier Environmental Network. Short-term visits. Equipment specification, bid evaluation, and design of training programme.
Regional,
UK based
1999-2001
Development of Internet “toolbox” concept, web-page design, PSR framework and Environmental Assessment component of Livestock and Environment Toolbox - a practical guide for policy makers, planners and project leaders responsible for promoting and implementing livestock development programmes. FAO funded joint programme with NRI/CIRAD/IAC. Available on CD-ROM and on the Internet. www.fao.org/lead. Compilation of Spanish and French translations to CD-ROM.
Regional,
USA
2000
Finalist in the World Bank Development Marketplace: “Poverty Reduction Knowledge Assessment Toolbox".
Sri Lanka 1997
Installation of Global Positioning System (GPS) community base station. Training local staff from Mahaweli Basin Authority in basics of GPS, field use, as well as use of base station and roving receivers, differential correction and transfer of GPS data to and integration with GIS system and environmental data.
Botswana 1996 - 2000
UK-based project manager, and inputs to DFID supported project of assistance to the Dept. of Meteorological Services. Support for NOAA satellite receiver providing environmental information and early warning. Member of team developing improved environmental information products, including vegetation status, fire monitoring and drought early warning.
Botswana 1995 - 1999
Information systems development and advisor on GIS and remote sensing for the Botswana Rangeland Inventory and Monitoring Project piloting a national model for rangeland inventory & monitoring. Development of GIS metadatbase and project information system.
Kenya 1995 - 1998
Member of JICA Study Team on Phases II and III of JICA funded programme, with Nippon Koei, Japan. Responsible for Environmental Impact Assessment component of Feasibility Study for hydropower development on the Tana River: Mutonga and Grand Falls dams. Data analysis, report writing. Scoping and TORs, overseeing subcontracted parties. Work included site impact of reservoir and associated structures and impacts on downstream hydrology, river morphology, livelihoods and land use associated with changed flooding patterns and questions of sediment retention.
Malawi 1997
Issues in Natural Resource Management and Environmental Monitoring in Tsetse Control Areas. Presentation of discussion document on “Remote Sensing and GIS Decision Support Tools: Applications for Wildlife and Range Management in Tsetse Control Areas”.
Kenya 1996 & 1997
Team leader: environmental assessment of Lake Nakuru water supply and sanitation study. UK based Co-ordination of NRI inputs to multi-disciplinary study examining environmental impacts on protected area and World Heritage site
Namibia 1994 & 1995
Support and technical input to GIS and remote sensing at Etosha Ecological Institute (EEI), Etosha National Park. User-friendly GIS system supporting management capacity and needs. Environmental monitoring methodology and technology transfer to EEI and Namibian Weather Bureau using NOAA AVHRR satellite imagery.
Zambia 1994 & 1995
Support for technology transfer and implementation of environmental monitoring methodologies. Meteorological Department and Tsetse Project.
Tanzania 1989 - 1993

Project Officer and Team Leader, Tanzania Wildlife Conservation Monitoring (TWCM). Based in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania. A co-operative programme with Serengeti Wildlife Research Institute, Tanzania National Parks, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and the Wildlife Division of the Ministry of Tourism, Natural Resources and Environment. Establishment of TWCM as a long-term wildlife monitoring programme. Major activities included:

  • Planning, analysis and reporting of aerial wildlife censuses in national parks and game reserves.
  • Development of software for analysis of low-level aerial survey data.
  • Support for national park ecologist, Serengeti. Interaction with National Park management in Serengeti and elsewhere in Tanzania, including questionnaires for the recording and analysis of law enforcement patrol data in Serengeti National Park.
  • Development, installation and maintenance of a Geographic Information System (GIS) for natural resource, wildlife census and conservation related data.
  • Contributions to national park planning in Serengeti, Tarangire, Manyara and Ruaha N.P., including lead author of Serengeti National Park management plan.
Tanzania 1986 - 1989
Project Officer, World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Serengeti Ecological Monitoring Programme (SEMP). Based in Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania. Wildlife monitoring, aerial surveys, habitat survey, meteorological information, database development
Kenya 1983 -1986

Senior consultant, EcoSystems Ltd., Nairobi. Major studies included:

  • EIA: Tana Delta: Impact assessment of proposed 25,000 ha irrigated rice scheme. Impact assessment of proposed dam on the Thika River.
  • Integrated Land Use Survey of Western Kenya, 40,000 km2 & over 400 land use / cover variables. Field survey, reporting, computer database and software development.
  • Land use and natural resources studies in Kiambu, Muranga, Kakamega, & Machakos Districts.
Kenya 1983
Member of Royal Geographic Society (RGS) Kora research project, conducting Tana River fish survey. Over 1,500 fish samples. Compilation of checklist of fishes of the Tana River.
UK 1981 to 1982
Postgraduate student, University of Exeter. Ph.D. thesis: General Biology and Feeding Ecology of the White breasted Cormorant, Phalacrocorax carbo lucidus (Lich.) on Lake Malawi
Malawi 1978 - 1980
Technical co-operation officer, ODA, with Department of Fisheries on Lake Malawi. Investigation of diet of cormorants and impact of cormorants on small scale and commercial fishing operations.
Kenya 1976 - 1977
Research on suitability of endemic fish species (Tilapia) for aquaculture at Bamburi, Mombasa, Kenya. Studies on growth, feeding, pellet food, breeding, hybridisation and artificial incubation of fish eggs and larvae. Design and building of a pilot scale intensive fish culture system
Kenya 1976

Member of the Royal Geographic Society Tana River Expedition. Aquatic bird census. Museum specimen collection of birds of riverine woodland along over 800 km of the Tana River.



PUBLICATIONS / REPORTS

Metzger, K.L., Sinclair, A.R.E., Campbell, K.L.I., Hilborn, R., Hopcraft, J.G.C., Mduma, S.A.R. and Reich, R.M. (2007). Using historical data to establish baselines for conservation: The black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) of the Serengeti as a case study. Biological Conservaiton. 139: 3-4, 358-374. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2007.06.026.

Campbell , K.L.I., Garforth, C., Heffernan, C., Morton, J., Paterson , R., Rymer, C. and Upton , M. (2006). Smallstock in Development. CD-ROM. DFID Livestock Production Programme, Natural Resources International Ltd, Aylesford, Kent, UK. ISBN: 0-9546452-8-6

Campbell , K.L.I., Smith, T. and Magadzire, Z. (2006). Livestock in Challenging Environments: Coping Strategies for Progress. CD-ROM. DFID Livestock Production Programme, Natural Resources International Ltd, Aylesford , Kent , UK . ISBN: 0-9552595-0-9

Campbell, K.L.I. (2006). Wildlife. In: Eds.: Kitalyi, A.J., Jayasuriya, N, Owen E. & Smith, T. Livestock and Wealth Creation: Improving the husbandry of livestock kept by the poor in developing countries. Nottingham University Press.

Loibooki M., Hofer H., Campbell K. L.I., & East M. L. (2002). Bushmeat hunting by communities adjacent to the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania: the importance of livestock ownership and alternative sources of protein and income. Environment & Conservation 29 (3) 391-398.

Campbell, K.L.I., Nelson, V. and Loibooki, M. (2001). Sustainable use of wildland resources, ecological, economic and social interactions: An analysis of illegal hunting of wildlife in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Final Technical Report to DFID.

Campbell, K.L.I. and Mincher, P. (2001). National strategies for sustainable development. Volume 2. Web site at www.nssd.net, and CD-ROM: ISBN 1 899825 72 X.

Campbell, K. Hancock, J. Robbins, M., Milner, S. Albright, K, and Tingle, C. (2001). Integrating Environmental Services into Decision Making: a discussion paper. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham , UK .

Acreman, M.C., Farquharson, F.A.K., McCartney, M.P., Sullivan, C., Campbell, K., Hodgson, N., Morton, J., Smith, D., Birley, M., Knott, D., Lazenby, J., Wingfield, R. & Barbier, E.B. (2000). Guidelines for artificial flood releases from reservoirs to restore and maintain downstream wetland ecosystems and their dependent livelihoods: Final Report to DFID. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, Wallingford, UK.

Campbell K.L.I. and Loibooki, M. (2000). Game Meat Hunting in the Serengeti: a Problem of Sustainable Livelihoods. Conference on African Wildlife Management in the New Millenium, College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka, Tanzania, 13-15 December 2000.

Acreman, M.C., Birley, M., Campbell, K., Farquharson, F., Hodgson, N., Knott, D., Lazenby, J., McCartney, M.P., Morton, J., Smith, D., Sullivan, C., Wingfield, R. & Barbier, E.B. (2000). Managed flood releases from reservoirs – issues and guidance. Report to DFID & World Commission on Dams. Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford, UK.

Campbell, K.L.I. and Mincher, P. (2000). National strategies for sustainable development. Volume 1. Web site at www.nssd.net and CD-ROM: ISBN 1 899825 71 1.

Hofer, H., Campbell, K.L.I., East, M.L. and Huish, S.A. (2000). Modeling the spatial distribution of the economic costs and benefits of illegal game meat hunting in the Serengeti. Natural Resource Modelling, Vol. 13:1, Spring 2000.

Campbell, K.L.I., Hodgson, N.H. and Gill, M. (eds) (1999). Livestock and Environment Toolbox. CD-ROM. Livestock, Environment and Development (LEAD) Initiative. Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations FAO. Rome. ISBN 92-5-104445-7 http://www.fao.org/lead

Acreman, M.C., Barbier, E.B., Birley, M., Campbell, K., Farquharson, F., Hodgson, N., Lazenby, J., McCartney, M.P., Morton, J., Smith, D., Sullivan, C. & Wingfield, R. (1999). Managed flood releases from reservoirs – a review of current problems and future prospects. Report to DFID & World Commission on Dams, Institute of Hydrology, Wallingford, UK.

Campbell, K.L.I. (1999). Remote Sensing and GIS Decision Support Tools: Applications for Wildlife and Range Management in Tsetse Control Areas. P 181-209 in: I.F. Grant and C. Sear (Eds.) Decision Tools for Sustainable Development. Chatham, UK: Natural Resources Institute.

Sear, C.B., Campbell, K., Dambe, D. and Slade G. (1999). Integrated Drought Early Warning - The Botswana Example. P 250-267 in: I.F. Grant and C. Sear (Eds.) Decision Tools for Sustainable Development. Chatham, UK: Natural Resources Institute.

Sear, C.B., Campbell, K, Dambe, D. and Slade, G. (1999). Integrated Drought Early Warning – The Botswana Example. Keynote address: Interdisciplinary Conference On Integrated Drought Management -Lessons for Sub-Saharan Africa. UNESCO INTERNATIONAL HYDROLOGICAL PROGRAMME. CSIR, Pretoria, South Africa, September 1999.

Lambert, M.R.K., Campbell, K.L.I. and Kabigumila, J.D. (1998). On growth and morphometrics of leopard tortoises, Geochelone pardalis in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, with observations on effects of bushfires and latitudinal variation in populations of Eastern Africa. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 3: 46-57.

Caro, T.M., Pelkey, N., Borner, M., Campbell, K.L.I., Woodworth, B.L., Farm, B.P., J. ole Kuwai, Huish, S.A. and Severre, E.L. (1998). Consequences of different forms of conservatrion for large mammals in Tanzania: preliminary analyses. Afr. J. Ecol. 36: 303-320.

Caro, T.M., Pelkey, N., Borner, M., Severre, E.L., Campbell, K.L.I., Huish, S.A., J. ole Kuwai, Farm, B.P. and Woodworth, B.L. (1998). The impact of tourist hunting on large mammals in Tanzania: an initial assessment. Afr. J. Ecol. 36: 321-346.

Sannier, C.A.D., Taylor, J.C. and Campbell, K.L.I. (1998). Compatibility of FAO-ARTEMIS and NASA Pathfinder AVHRR NDVI data archives for the African continent. Int. J. Remote Sensing. 19:17 3441-3450.

Sannier, C.A.D., Taylor, J.C., du Plessis, W., and Campbell, K.L.I. (1998). Real-Time Vegetation Monitoring with NOAA-AVHRR in Southern Africa for Wildlife Management and Food Security Assessment. Int. J. Remote Sensing. 19:4, 621-639

Nippon Koei (1998). Feasibility Study on Mutonga/Grand Falls Hydropower Project, Final Report: Executive Summary, Environmental Assessment; Volume I Main Report (Environmental Assessment); Volume III (Supporting Report, Environmental Assessment); and Volume IV (Workshop Proceedings). Japan International Co-operation Agency. Ministry of Energy, Republic of Kenya.

Campbell, K. (1997). An Overview of the Global Positioning System (GPS). Report prepared for ENDEV Project, Sri Lanka, February 1997. Natural Resources Institute, Chatham Maritime, UK. 42 pages.

Campbell, K., Rother, J., and Tingle, C.C.D. (1996). Lake Nakuru: Environmental Impact Assessment. Contribution to an Environmental Impact Assessment Study by Mangat, I.B. Patel & Partners, Nairobi, Kenya. May 1996. NRI, Chatham, UK.

Sannier, C., Taylor, J.C., du Plessis, W. and Campbell, K.L.I. (1996). Application for Remote Sensing and GIS for Monitoring Vegetation in Etosha National Park. p 101-106 in: Rosenberg, L.J. Power, C.H, and Downey, I. (1996). Remote Sensing and GIS for Natural Resource Management. Chatham, UK: Natural Resources Institute.

Hofer, H., Campbell, K.L.I., East, M.L. & Huish, S.A. (1996). The impact of game meat hunting on target and non-target species in the Serengeti. In: Dunstone, N & Taylor, V.J. (eds) The exploitation of mammal populations. London. Chapman and Hall. ISBN 0-412-64420-7.

Campbell, K.L.I. & Borner, M. (1995). Population Trends and Distribution of Serengeti Herbivores: Implications for Management. p. 117-145 in Serengeti II: Research, Management and Conservation of an Ecosystem, eds. Sinclair, A.R.E. & Arcese, P. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 0-226-76031-6.

Campbell, K.L.I. & Hofer, H. (1995). Humans and wildlife: spatial dynamics and zones of interaction. p. 534-570 in Serengeti II: Research, Management and Conservation of an Ecosystem, eds. Sinclair, A.R.E. and Arcese, P. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 0-226-76031-6.

Arcese, P., Hando, J. & Campbell, K.L.I. (1995). Historical and present day analyses of anti-poaching in Serengeti. p. 506-533 in Serengeti II: Research, Management and Conservation of an Ecosystem, eds. Sinclair, A.R.E. and Arcese, P. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. ISBN 0-226-76031-6.

Hofer, H. East. M. & Campbell, K.L.I. (1993). Snaring, commuting hyaenas and migratory herbivores: humans as predators in the Serengeti. Symposia of the Zoological Society, London, No. 65.

Olivier, R.C.D., Edroma, E.L. & Campbell, K.L.I. (1992). Aerial monitoring of large mammal populations in Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda. p.123-141 in Mammal Conservation in Developing Countries. Proceedings of a workshop held at the 5th Theriological Congress in Rome, Italy, August 1989, ed. P. Wegge. Noragric Occasional Papers Series C.

Campbell, K.L.I., Huish, S.A. & Kajuni. A.R.K. (1992). Serengeti National Park: Management Plan, 1991-1995. Tanzania National Parks, P.O. Box 3134, Arusha, Tanzania. 180 pp.

Linn, I.J. & Campbell, K.L.I. (1992). Interactions between White-breasted Cormorants (Phalacrocorax carbo: Aves, Phalacrocoracidae) and the Fisheries of Lake Malawi. Journal of Applied Ecology, 29:619-634.

Campbell, K.L.I. (1992). Applications of GIS to Protected Area Monitoring and Management: Studies from Tanzania. In: Geographic Information Systems for Natural Resource Management, SADCC regional workshop, Harare, April 22-25 1992. UNEP/UNITAR, Nairobi.

McNaughton, S. J. & Campbell, K.L.I. (1991). Long-term Ecological Research in African Ecosystems, p. 173-189 in: Long-term Ecological Research. Ed. P.G. Risser. John Wiley.

Campbell, K.L.I. (1990). Using GIS for Wildlife Conservation in Tanzania: Possibilities and Prospects. in Resource Technology 90, Washington DC, November 1990. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

Norton-Griffiths, M. Campbell, K. and Michelmore, F. (1990). Applications for Geographic Information Systems in Wildlife Management. In Wildlife Research for Sustainable Development, April 22-26, 1990. KARI, KWS, National Museums of Kenya.

Campbell, K.L.I., Coe, C. & Saunders, M. A. (1986). Survey of Fishes of the Tana River at Kora and a checklist of Fishes of the Tana River. 175-190 in Kora: An Ecological Inventory of the Kora National Reserve, Kenya. Eds: Coe, M. & Collins, N.M. RGS, Kensington Gore, London. 340 pp.


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