Projects, Events, News, & Progress

PUBLISHED PAPER

Obiero, K., et al., Advancing Africa' Great Lakes research and academic potential: Answering the call for harmonized, long-term, collaborative networks and partnerships. Journal of Great Lakes Research, In Press.

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WORKSHOP/PROJECT

The African Center for Aquatic Research and Education and it's partners held the African Great Lakes Stakeholder Network Workshop: Strengthening Capacity in Research, Policy, and Management through Development of a Network of African Great Lakes Basin Stakeholders. The workshop was possible through the funding of The Nature Conservancy.

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FUNDING/PROJECT

 

The University of Nairobi and the African Center for Aquatic Research and Education:  African Great Lakes Information Platform: An open, shared and relevant IT platform for state‑of‑the‑art knowledge and information sharing, learning and action

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FUNDING/PROJECT

 

The African Center for Aquatic Research and Education:  Strengthening Capacity in Research, Policy and Management through Development of a Network of African Great Lakes Basin Stakeholders

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PUBLISHED PAPER

Ives, J. and T.J. Lawrence, A Tale of Two Great Lakes Conferences: urging global collaboration on our largest freshwater resources. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 2019.

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CONFERENCE/SESSION: International Society of Limnology, Nanjing, China

 

The African Center for Aquatic Research and Education is co-chairing a session titled Monitoring and Management of the African Great Lakes at the International Society of Limnology, 2018 meeting in Nanjing China.

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CONFERENCE/SESSION: Species in Ancient Lakes, Entebbe, Uganda

 

The African Center for Aquatic Research and Education has been invited the Species In Ancient Lakes (SIAL) 8 conference in Entebbe, Uganda. In addition to giving a talk on advancing education and coordinating research on the African Great Lakes, Executive Director Ted Lawrence, Board member Kevin Obiero, and partners from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Dr. Erik Verheyen, will be co-chairing a discussion session titled Discussing strategies to overcome current and future research challenges on the African Great Lakes. 

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CONFERENCE/SESSION: International Association of Great Lakes Research, Ontario, Canada

The African Center for Aquatic Research and Education is hosted a session titled Emerging Partnerships, Research, and Capacity in the African Great Lakes at the International Association of Great Lakes Research, 2018 meeting in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada.

Learn more about this event here.

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