Staff profiles

Personal Information

Title/Name:

Dr. Ndungu Charles K.

Position(s)

Lecturer, Department of Environmental Science

School/Department/ Institute

School of Environmental and Natural Resources

Primary Discipline:

Environmental Science

Degrees

Degrees Awarded: [Note: List highest degree awarded first]

  • Bachelor of Education, Science,  Egerton University, 1998    
  • M.Sc. Environmental Science, Egerton University, 2007
  • PhD Environmental Science, UHF, India, 2016

Other Credentials/Recognitions & Awards

Other credentials currently held or training completed:

  • Participatory Rural Appraisal, Egerton University, 2003
  • Won Commonwealth Doctoral Fellowship, 2013

Current Professional/Scientific Interests, Memberships, and Activities:

  • Environmental Institute of Kenya (EIK), 2013
Scientific Interests
  • Training in Natural Resources and Environmental Management especially Biodiversity and Ecosystems.
  • Training in Occupational Safety and Health
  • Environmental Quality Assessment especially Biodiversity and Ecosystems.
  • Environmental Monitoring especially Biodiversity and Ecosystems.
  • Human Impacts on the Natural Environment
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).
  • Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA)
  • Environmental Audit (EA).
  • Environmental Valuation.
  • Waste Management
  • Integrated Natural Resources Management.
  • Integrated Watershed Management,
  • Rehabilitation and Restoration of Disturbed Environments.
  • Formulation of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Plans.
  • Reservoir Eutrophication Assessment and Control.
  • Environmental Law
  • Environmental Education

Research, Scholarly, Professional and Scientific Activities

  • Ndungu C.K. and Bhardwaj S.K. 2016. Impact of mountainous cropping systems on groundwater      quality and soil accumulation of heavy metals in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh, in India. Nature Environment and Pollution Technology, 15:1221- 1226
  • Ndungu C.K., Bhardwaj S.K. and Nancy L. 2017. Impact of mountain cropping systems on soil properties, nutrient availability and their carbon sequestration potential in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 6: 203-211
  • Loria N., Bhardwaj S.K. and Ndungu C. K. 2016. Impact of cropping systems on soil properties, nutrient availability and their carbon sequestration potential in Shiwalik hills of Himachal Pradesh. Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 8(3): 1479-1484
  • Ndungu C.K., Bhaardwaj S.K., Sharma D.P., Sharma R., Gupta R.K., and Sharma B. 2015. Vulnerability assessment of rural communities to environmental changes in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh in India. Universal Journal of Environmental Research and Technology, 5: 61-71
  • Ndungu C.K., and Bhardwaj S.K. 2015. Assessment of people’s perceptions and adaptations to climate change and variability in mid-hills of Himachal Pradesh, India. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 4: 11-18
  • Mutunga E.J., Ndungu C.K and Muendo P. 2017. Small holder farmer’s perceptions and adaptations to climate and variability in Kitui County, Kenya. J. Earth Sci Clim Change. 8: 389
  • Sharama S., Sandeep S., Bhardwaj S.K., Ndungu C.K., and Dutt B. 2015. Ethnobotanical uses of common plant species growing along National Highway 5 from Solan to Shimla in Himachal Pradesh. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 4: 30-38

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