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Njoroge Gathongo



Human-Environment Interactions, Remote Sensing, GIS, Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)

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Educational Background:

  • B.Sc. Forest, Moi University, Kenya, 2004
  • M.A Geography (Miami University, Oxford, Ohio), 2012.

Courses Taught:

  • TA. GEO 121. Earth's Physical Environment.  (Spring and Summer 2010-2012)
  • TA. GEO 411 Introduction to Geographic Information Science (Spring 2017)
  • TA GEO 413 Remote Sensing: Types and Applications (Fall 2017)


  • Assessing the Vulnerability of the Natural System Utilizing AHP as a Data Integration Tool (in Progress)
  • Gathongo, N. I. (2012). Validating Local Interpretations of Land Cover Changes at Mt.Kasigau, Kenya (Doctoral dissertation, Miami University).
  • Yatich, T., Patwa Shah, W., Mutua, J., Tanui, J., Kuria, D., Githiru, M., … & Njoroge, I. (2009). Challenging conventional mindsets and disconnects in a conservation: The emerging role of eco-agriculture in Kenya’s landscape mosaics. World Agroforestry Centre.

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