Dr. Tsuma Jembe
Dr. Jembe holds a Ph.D (Environmental Studies), is working in the Oceanography and Hydrology department. Current assignments are on bio-geochemistry of the West Indian Ocean Ecosystems.
He has previously worked extensively in freshwater ecosystems implementing programmes on Limnology (pollution, waste water, bio-infestation) and Fisheries (Catch Assessment, Frame Survey, Fish bilogy). He is trained in Environmental Assessments & Audits, Project Management, Natural Resource Assessments and has carried out projects on biodiversity and Limnology studies within the Lake Victoria basin, Somalia and Sudan. Apart from other diverse trainings in related fields.
Research Networks : Research Gate

KMFRI Mombasa
Oceanography and Hydrography
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies and Natural Resource Management.




Recent Published Abstracts (2019)
  • Jembe T., Mkare T., Boera P. and Geofrey O. Partitioning of Lake Victoria Catchment (Kenya) Oreochromis Niloticus (Linne) Stocks Using Randomly Amplified Polymorphic DNA. Glow 9 Conference, August, 2019.
  • Tsuma Jembe, Chrisphine Nyamweya, Emmanuel Mbaru. Variation in the distribution and abundance of fishes caught with a bottom trawl in the Nyanza gulf and open waters of Lake Victoria, Kenya. Glow 9 Conference, August, 2019.
  • Jembe Tsuma2*, Matano Ally1, Noordin Quireshi1Community Based Natural Resource Management in The Mara River Basin: Challenges and Opportunities. Glow 9 Conference, August, 2019.
  • Nakamishi M., Gichuki J., Sato T., Tokonagi M., Jembe T., Sekino T., Muhandiki V., Sato Y., Nakamura M. (2012). Removal function of the Yala Swamp (Western Kenya) on Allochthonous Matter Transported from Yala River. Transactions of The Research Institute of Oceanochemistry, Vol. 25, No. 2, Nov., 2012.
  • John Gichuki, Reuben Omondi, Priscillar Boera,Tom Okorut, Ally Said Matano, Tsuma Jembe, Ayub Ofulla. (2012). Water Hyacinth Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms-Laubach Dynamics and Succession in the Nyanza Gulf of Lake Victoria (East Africa): Implications for Water Quality and Biodiversity Conservation. The Scientific World Journal. Vo. 10.1100/2012/106429.