Vincent Odongo
Vincent Odongo
International Livestock Research Institute
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Twenty-three unsolved problems in hydrology (UPH)–a community perspective
G Blöschl, MFP Bierkens, A Chambel, C Cudennec, G Destouni, A Fiori, ...
Hydrological sciences journal 64 (10), 1141-1158, 2019
Long-term spatial-temporal trends and variability of rainfall over Eastern and Southern Africa
FK Muthoni, VO Odongo, J Ochieng, EM Mugalavai, SK Mourice, ...
Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 2018
Impact of land use and land cover transitions and climate on evapotranspiration in the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya
VO Odongo, PR van Oel, C van der Tol, Z Su
Science of the total environment 682, 19-30, 2019
Coupling socio-economic factors and eco-hydrological processes using a cascade-modeling approach
VO Odongo, DW Mulatu, FK Muthoni, PR Van Oel, FM Meins, ...
Journal of hydrology 518, 49-59, 2014
The effects of groundwater and surface water use on total water availability and implications for water management: the case of Lake Naivasha, Kenya
PR Van Oel, DW Mulatu, VO Odongo, FM Meins, RJ Hogeboom, R Becht, ...
Water resources management 27, 3477-3492, 2013
Sensitivity analysis and calibration of the Modified Universal Soil Loss Equation (MUSLE) for the upper Malewa catchment, Kenya
VO Odongo, JO Onyando, BM Mutua, R Becht
International Journal of Sediment Research 28 (3), 368-383, 2013
Floodplains in the Anthropocene: A global analysis of the interplay between human population, built environment, and flood severity
M Mazzoleni, J Mård, M Rusca, V Odongo, S Lindersson, ...
Water Resources Research 57 (2), e2020WR027744, 2021
Characterisation of hydroclimatological trends and variability in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
VO Odongo, C van der Tol, PR van Oel, FM Meins, R Becht, J Onyando, ...
Hydrological processes 29 (15), 3276-3293, 2015
Transpiration and stomatal conductance in a young secondary tropical montane forest: contrasts between native trees and invasive understorey shrubs
CP Ghimire, LA Bruijnzeel, MW Lubczynski, BW Zwartendijk, VO Odongo, ...
Tree physiology 38 (7), 1053-1070, 2018
Brief communication: Comparing hydrological and hydrogeomorphic paradigms for global flood hazard mapping
G Di Baldassarre, F Nardi, A Annis, V Odongo, M Rusca, S Grimaldi
Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 20 (5), 1415-1419, 2020
Spatio-temporal assessment of Tuz Gölü, Turkey as a potential radiometric vicarious calibration site
VO Odongo, NAS Hamm, EJ Milton
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 2494-2513, 2014
Energy partitioning and its controls over a heterogeneous semi‐arid shrubland ecosystem in the Lake Naivasha Basin, Kenya
VO Odongo, C van der Tol, R Becht, JCB Hoedjes, CP Ghimire, Z Su
Ecohydrology 9 (7), 1358-1375, 2016
Using data on social influence and collective action for parameterizing a geographically-explicit agent-based model for the diffusion of soil conservation efforts
PR Van Oel, DW Mulatu, VO Odongo, DK Willy, A Van der Veen
Environmental Modeling & Assessment 24, 1-19, 2019
Integrating multiple research methods to unravel the complexity of human‐water systems
G Di Baldassarre, H Cloke, S Lindersson, M Mazzoleni, E Mondino, ...
AGU Advances 2 (3), e2021AV000473, 2021
Supporting IWRM through spatial integrated assessment in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
PR van Oel, VO Odongo, DW Mulatu, FK Muthoni, JN Ndungu, JO Ogada, ...
International Journal of Water Resources Development 30 (3), 605-618, 2014
Water management, hydrological extremes, and society: modeling interactions and phenomena
M Mazzoleni, E Mondino, G Di Baldassarre, VO Odongo
Ecology & Society 26 (4), 2021
Impact of climate variability and land use change on stream flow in Lake Chilwa basin, Malawi
OC Kambombe
Egerton University, 2018
Fishing community preferences and willingness to pay for alternative developments of ecosystem‐based fisheries management (EBFM) for Lake Naivasha, Kenya
DW Mulatu, PR van Oel, V Odongo, A van der Veen
Lakes & Reservoirs: Research & Management 23 (3), 190-203, 2018
How climate and land use determine the hydrology of Lake Naivasha Basin
VO Odongo
An Earth Observation and Integrated Assessment (EOIA) approach for the sustainable governance of a socio-ecological system: the case of the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya
PR van Oel, VO Odongo, DW Mulatu, J Ndungu, FK Muthoni, J Ogada, ...
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