Frank Kansiime
Frank Kansiime
Professor of Environment & Natural Resources
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A comparative study of Cyperus papyrus and Miscanthidium violaceum-based constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment in a tropical climate
J Kyambadde, F Kansiime, L Gumaelius, G Dalhammar
Water research 38 (2), 475-485, 2004
Sustainable sanitation technology options for urban slums
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, CB Niwagaba, JWA Foppen, F Kansiime, ...
Biotechnology advances 30 (5), 964-978, 2012
Selection of sustainable sanitation technologies for urban slums—A case of Bwaise III in Kampala, Uganda
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, A Oleja, CB Niwagaba, F Kansiime, PNL Lens
Science of the total environment 409 (1), 52-62, 2010
Determination of Escherichia coli Contamination with Chromocult Coliform Agar Showed a High Level of Discrimination Efficiency for Differing Fecal Pollution …
D Byamukama, F Kansiime, RL Mach, AH Farnleitner
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 66 (2), 864-868, 2000
Wastewater treatment by a natural wetland: the Nakivubo swamp, Uganda
F Kansiime, N Maimuna
CRC Press, 1999
Are pit latrines in urban areas of Sub-Saharan Africa performing? A review of usage, filling, insects and odour nuisances
A Nakagiri, CB Niwagaba, PM Nyenje, RN Kulabako, JB Tumuhairwe, ...
BMC public health 16, 1-16, 2015
Discrimination efficacy of fecal pollution detection in different aquatic habitats of a high-altitude tropical country, using presumptive coliforms, Escherichia coli, and …
D Byamukama, RL Mach, F Kansiime, M Manafi, AH Farnleitner
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 71 (1), 65-71, 2005
Functioning and dynamics of wetland vegetation of Lake Victoria: an overview
F Kansiime, MJ Saunders, SA Loiselle
Wetlands Ecology and Management 15, 443-451, 2007
Nitrogen and phosphorus removal in substrate-free pilot constructed wetlands with horizontal surface flow in Uganda
J Kyambadde, F Kansiime, G Dalhammar
Water, air, and soil pollution 165, 37-59, 2005
Carbon sequestration by wetlands: a critical review of enhancement measures for climate change mitigation
D Were, F Kansiime, T Fetahi, A Cooper, C Jjuuko
Earth Systems and Environment 3, 327-340, 2019
Decentralized options for faecal sludge management in urban slum areas of Sub-Saharan Africa: A review of technologies, practices and end-uses
S Semiyaga, MAE Okure, CB Niwagaba, AY Katukiza, F Kansiime
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 104, 109-119, 2015
Carbon and water cycles in tropical papyrus wetlands
MJ Saunders, MB Jones, F Kansiime
Wetlands Ecology and Management 15, 489-498, 2007
Grey water characterisation and pollutant loads in an urban slum
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, CB Niwagaba, F Kansiime, PNL Lens
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 12, 423-436, 2015
Integrated water resources management: theory, practice, cases
L Jonker
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 27 (11-22), 719-720, 2002
The impact of Mpererwe landfill in Kampala–Uganda, on the surrounding environment
M Mwiganga, F Kansiime
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 30 (11-16), 744-750, 2005
Heavy metals in Lake George, Uganda, with relation to metal concentrations in tissues of common fish species
M Swaibuh Lwanga, F Kansiime, P Denny, J Scullion
Hydrobiologia 499, 83-93, 2003
Grey water treatment in urban slums by a filtration system: Optimisation of the filtration medium
AY Katukiza, M Ronteltap, CB Niwagaba, F Kansiime, PNL Lens
Journal of environmental management 146, 131-141, 2014
Performance of pit latrines in urban poor areas: A case of Kampala, Uganda
A Nakagiri, RN Kulabako, PM Nyenje, JB Tumuhairwe, CB Niwagaba, ...
Habitat international 49, 529-537, 2015
Floating mats: their occurrence and influence on shoreline distribution of emergent vegetation
N Azza, P Denny, J Van DE Koppel, F Kansiime
Freshwater Biology 51 (7), 1286-1297, 2006
Differential permeability of papyrus and Miscanthidium root mats in Nakivubo swamp, Uganda
NGT Azza, F Kansiime, M Nalubega, P Denny
Aquatic botany 67 (3), 169-178, 2000
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