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Professor Ketlhatlogile Mosepele

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Professor Ketlhatlogile Mosepele

Head of Department


Faculty of Natural Resources
Department of Wildlife and Aquatic Resources (WAR)

Private Bag 0027 Gaborone Block 108B, Office 6
+267-3650397 (office) +267-75054735
kmosepele@buan.ac.bw

2019: PhD in Fisheries Biology and Management, University of Bergen, Norway. Thesis title: ‘Dynamics of the Seasonal Floodplain Fishery of the Okavango Delta, Botswana.’

Dec 2000: MPhil in Fisheries Biology and Management, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway. Thesis Title: ‘Preliminary Length Based Assessment of the Main Exploited Stocks of the Okavango Delta Fishery.’

Jun 1999: Post Graduate Diploma (PG dip.) in Fisheries Biology and Management, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.

Jul 1996: BSc in Agriculture, Major in Fisheries Science, New Mexico State University, New Mexico, USA.

Academic Experience: 19 years academic experience. 18 years at the University of Botswana and 1 year so far at BUAN.

Field and extension Experience: 6 years as a research officer at the then Fisheries Section in the Ministry of Agriculture (1996 - 2002)

Bioethics (BSB354)

 

1.Fish stock assessments of exploited populations.
2.Fisheries management of sub-tropical and tropical fisheries
3.Aquaculture development and socio-economic development
4.Natural resources management
5. Integrated water resources management
6. Environmental flow regimes
7.Sustainable resources utilization and rural development
8. Policy and utilization of natural resources

T.B.A

  1. Mogomotsi, GEJ, Mogomotsi, PK and Mosepele, K. (2020). ‘Legal Aspects of Transboundary Water Management: An Analysis of the Intergovernmental Institutional Arrangements in the Okavango River Basin.’ Leiden Journal of International Law. pp. 1–18.  doi:10.1017/S0922156519000736
  1. Mogobe, O., Masamba, W.R.L and Mosepele, K., (2019). Trace metal concentrations in a pristine Ramsar site: The Okavango Delta. SN Applied Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-019-1602-1
  1. Mosepele, K., and Kolawole, O. (2017). Fisheries governance, management and marginalization in developing countries: Insights from Botswana. Cogent Food and Agriculture. DOI:10.1080/23311932.2017.1338637.
  1. Mosepele, K., Kolding, J and Bokhutlo, T., (2017). Fish community dynamics in an inland floodplain system of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology. 17(2): 89-102.
  1. Bokhutlo, T., Weyl, O., Mosepele, K and Wilson, G., (2016). Influence of the annual flood-pulse on catch per unit effort, condition and reproduction of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1882) in the upper Okavango Delta, Botswana. African Journal of Aquatic Science. 41(2): 235-239.
  1. Mmusi, M., Mosepele, K., Murray-Hudson, M., Teketay,D & Horn, M (2016): Role of Brycinus lateralis (Teleostei: Alestidae) in dispersal and germination of Nymphaea nouchali (Angiospermae: Nymphaeaceae) seeds on a seasonal floodplain of the Okavango Delta, Botswana, African Journal of Aquatic Sciences. 41(4): 489-494.
  1. Mogobe, O., Mosepele, K., and Masamba, W., 2015. Essential mineral content of common fish species in Chanoga, Botswana. African journal of Food Science. 9(9): 480 – 486.
  1. Bokhutlo, T and Mosepele, K., 2015. Gillnet selectivity for the North African Catfish, Clarias gariepinus, from the upper Okavango Delta, Botswana. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria. 45 (2): 133 – 141.
  1. Mosepele, K., Mmopelwa, G., Kgathi, D.L., Setswalo, O and Mosepele, B., 2015. Conflict resolution and management between local fishers and tour operators in the Okavango Delta’s panhandle, Botswana. Natural Resources, 6: 312-324.
  1. Thethela, B., Weyl, O., Mosepele, K and Wilson, G., 2015. Age and growth of sharp-tooth catfish, Clarias gariepinus (Burchell 1822) (Clariidae), in the Lower Okavango Delta, Botswana. Marine and Freshwater Research, 66: 1-9.
  1. Mosepele, K., 2014. Classical fisheries theory and inland (floodplain) fisheries management; is there need for a paradigm shift? Lessons from the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Fisheries and Aquaculture Journal 5: 101. DOI:10.4172/ 2150-3508.1000101.
  1. Mokgadi, J., Obuseng, V., Torto, N., Batlokwa, S and Mosepele, K., 2013. Pressurized hot water extraction coupled to molecularly imprinted polymers for simultaneous extraction and clean-up of pesticides residues in edible and medicinal plants of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Molecular Imprinting, 1: 55-64.
  1. Siziba, N., Chimbari, M.J., Masundire, H., Mosepele, K and Ramberg, L., 2013. Variation in Assemblages of Small Fishes and Microcrustaceans After Inundation of Rarely Flooded Wetlands of the Lower Okavango Delta, Botswana. Environmental Management, 52(6): 1386-1399.
  1. Obuseng, V.C., Mookantsha, B.M., Okatch, H., Mosepele, K and Torto, N., 2013. Extraction of Pesticides from Plants using Solid Phase Microextraction and QuEChERS. South African Journal of Chemistry, 66, 183–188.
  1. N Siziba, M.J. Chimbari, K. Mosepele,H. Masundire, L. Ramberg. 2012. Inundation frequency and viability of microcrustacean propagules in soils of temporary aquatic habitats of lower Okavango Delta, Botswana. Ecohydrology 6, 722–730.
  2. Mosepele K., Mosepele B., Wolski P., Kolding J.2012. Dynamics of the feeding ecology of selected fish species from the Okavango River delta, Botswana. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 42 (4): 271 – 289.
  3. Ngwenya, B.N., Mosepele, K and Magole, L., 2012. A case for gender equity in governance of the Okavango Delta fisheries in Botswana. Natural Resources Forum, 36: 109 – 122.
  4. Linhoss, A.C., R. Muñoz-Carpena, M. Allen, G. Kiker, and Mosepele, K. 2012. A flood pulse driven fish population model for the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Ecological Modelling , 228: 27 – 38.
  1. Kgathi, D.L., Mmopelwa, G., Mashabe, B and Mosepele, K., 2012. Livestock predation, household adaptation and compensation policy: A case study of Shorobe village in northern Botswana. AGREKON51 (2): 22 – 37.
  2. Kgathi, D.L., Mfundisi, K.B., Mmopelwa, and Mosepele, K., 2012. Potential impacts of biofuel development on food security in Botswana: A contribution to energy policy. Energy Policy, 43: 70 – 79.
  3. Mosepele, K., Mosepele, B., Bokhutlo, T and Amutenya, K., 2011. Spatial variability in fish species assemblage and community structure in four subtropical lagoons of the Okavango delta, Botswana. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 36(14-15): 910-917.
  4. Siziba, N., Chimbari, M.J., Masundire, H and Mosepele, K., 2011. Spatial and temporal variations of microinvertebrates across temporary floodplains of the lower Okavango Delta, Botswana- Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 36 (14-15): 939-948.
  5. Siziba, N., Chimbari, M. J., Masundire, H. and Mosepele, K., 2011. Spatial variations of microinvertebrates across different microhabitats of temporary floodplains of lower Okavango Delta, Botswana. African Journal of Ecology. 50 (1): 43-52. 
  6. Siziba, N., Chimbari, M.J., Mosepele, K and Masundire, H., 2011. Spatial and temporal variations in densities of small fishes across different temporary floodplain types of the lower Okavango Delta, Botswana, African Journal of Aquatic Science, 36(3):309-320.
  7. Black, F.J., Bokhutlo, T., Somoxa, A., Maethamako,M.,  Modisaemang, O., Kemosedile, T., Cobb-Adams, C., Mosepele, K and Chimbari, M., 2011. The tropical African mercury anomaly: Lower than expected mercury concentrations in fish and human hair. Science of the Total Environment, 409 (10): 1967-1975
  8. Mmopelwa, G., Mosepele, K., Mosepele, B., Moleele, N and Ngwenya, B. (2009). Environmental variability and the fishery dynamics of the Okavango Delta, Botswana: The case of subsistence fishing. African Journal of Ecology, 47 (Suppl. 1): 1–9.
  9. Mosepele, K., Moyle, P.B., Merron, G.S., Purkey, D and Mosepele, B., 2009. Fish, floods and ecosystem engineers; interactions and conservation in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Bioscience, 59 (1): 53 – 64
  10. Lindholm, M., Hessen, D.O., Mosepele, K and Wolski, P., 2007. Flooding size and energy pathways on a floodplain of the Okavango Delta. Wetlands, 27 (4): 775–784.
  11. Ngwenya, B., and Mosepele, K. 2007. HIV/ AIDS, artisanal fishing and food security in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 32: 1339–1349.
  12. Kgathi, D.L., Mmopelwa, G and Mosepele, K. 2005. Natural Resource Assessment in the Okavango delta, Botswana; Case Studies of Some Key Resources. Natural Resource Forum, 29: 70 - 81.
  13. Mmopelwa, G., Raletsatsi, S. and Mosepele, K. 2005. Cost Benefit Analysis of Commercial Fishing in Shakawe, Ngamiland, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records, 37: 11 – 21.
  14. Mosepele, K., Williams, L. and Mosepele, B. 2005. Assessment of the feeding ecology of the Silver Catfish (Schilbe intermedius, Ruppel, 1832) in a seasonal floodplain of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Botswana Notes and Records, 37: 208 – 217.
  15. Mosepele, K, Basimane, O., Mosepele, B and Thethela, B., 2005. Using population parameters to separate fish stocks in the Okavango Delta fishery, Botswana; a preliminary assessment. Botswana Notes and Records, 37: 292 – 305.
  16. Mosepele, K and Mosepele, B. 2005. Spatial and Temporal Variability in Fishery and Fish Community Structure in the Okavango Delta, Botswana: Implications towards fisheries management. Botswana Notes and Records, 37: 280 – 291.

Book Chapters

Mosepele, B.Q and Mosepele, K., (2021). Review of Aquatic Biodiversity Dynamics in the Okavango Delta: Resilience in a Highly Fluctuating Environment. In, Devlin, A., Pan, J and Shah, M.M (Editors). Inland Waters - Dynamics and Ecology. London: IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.93259.

Murray-Hudson, M., Wolski, P., Murray-Hudson, F., Brown, M.T., Burger, K., Winterbach, C., Mosepele, K., Fynn, R and Tsheboeng, G., (2018). A simple conceptual dynamic model of floodplain vegetation succession in the Okavango Delta-providing insight on flora and fauna variation. Pages 86 – 97. In Rutina, L., Nthomiwa, M., Masunga, G.S., Mosimanyana, E., Motsholapheko, M., Ntloyathuto, D and Kgaditswe, T (Editors). Proceedings of the 2015 Botswana Symposium on wetlands and Wildlife. University of Botswana. (ISBN 978-99968-0-574-5).

Mosepele, K., Mogomotsi, G.E.J, Mogomotsi, P.K, Hambira, W., Moses, O., Dhliwayo, M and Makati, A. (2018). Water, ecosystem dynamics and human livelihoods in the Okavango River Basin (ORB); competing needs or balanced use? A review (pp.41-64) in Chandrasekaran, P.T (Editor). Water and Sustainability, London: IntechOpen (ISBN 978-953-51-6362-6).

Mosepele, K., and Kolawole, O.,D. (2018). Fishery dynamics in a shallow, fluctuating tropical lake: the case of Lake Ngami. Pages 175 – 197. In Ecosystem services and human well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for sustainability, edited by Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L., New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc. (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Mosepele, K., Makati, K., Mosie, I., and Murray-Hudson, M., (2018). ‘Fish Biodiversity Dynamics in a Shallow Tropical Lake; The case of Lake Ngami’ (pp.145 – 171)  in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Matlou, L., Kolawole, O. D., Hambira, W. L., Mogomotsi, P., Mosepele, K., and Kgathi, D. L. (2018). "Utilisation of Fisheries Resources in Lake Ngami: Insights from Sehithwa Village in North-Western Botswana." (pp.199 – 218) )  in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Kgathi, D. L., Matlhola, D.M., Mosepele, K., D.M., Kolawole, O.D., and Motho, M., (2018). Emerging Regional Fish Trade and Food Security in the Lower Okavango Delta, Botswana: Results of a Pilot Survey (pp. 219 – 245) in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Mosepele, K., Makati, K., Mosie, I and Murray-Hudson, M., (2018). Fish stock assessment of a shallow tropical sump lake; Lake Ngami, Botswana (pp. 321 – 353)  in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Thupe, B., Mogomotsi, P., Mosepele, K., Moetse, G and Mboma, D., (2018). Historical Analysis of the Fisheries of Lake Ngami: A Sub-tropical Lake of Lhe Okavango Delta (pp.39 – 57) in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Rutina, L.P and Mosepele, K., (2018). Potential ecological importance of water birds at Lake Ngami, Botswana (pp. 123 – 144) in in Kgathi, D. L., Mosimanyana, E. N., Mbaiwa, J. E., and Masamba, W. R. L (Eds) Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being at Lake Ngami, Botswana: Implications for Sustainability (New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc). (ISBN 978-1-53613-989-1).

Mogobe, O., Mosimanyana, E., Masamba, W.R.L. and Mosepele, K., (2018). ‘Monitoring water quality of the Upper Okavango Delta’ (pp.106-111) in Revermann, R., Krewenka, K.M., Schmiedel, U., Olwoch, J.M., Helmschrot, J. & Jürgens, N (Eds)  Climate Change and Adaptive Land Management in Southern Africa– Assessments, Changes, Challenges, and Solutions (Biodiversity & Ecology, 6 , Klaus Hess Publishers, Göttingen & Windhoek).  DOI:10.7809/b-e.00311(ISBN: 978-3-933117-95-3).

Mosepele, K. (2017). ‘Small-scale fisheries (SSF) Management in Floodplain Systems; the Case of the Okavango Delta: What Needs to be Managed? How should it be Managed? (pp. 165- 194) in Magole, L and Delaney, A (Eds.). Partnerships and Power Games: Natural Resources Governance and Management in the Okavango Delta. LIT VERLAG GmbH & Co. KGWien, Zurich. (ISBN 978-3-643-90685-4).

Mogobe, O., Masamba, W.R.L., Mosimanyana, E and Mosepele, K. (2016). Occurrence of Aluminum and Beryllium in the Okavango Delta, Botswana: Human health risks (pp.270 – 277) in Gastescu, P and Bretcan, P (Eds). Water Resources and Wetlands. (Transversal Publishing House: Romania) (ISSN: 2285 - 7923).

Mosepele, K., (2016). Dynamics of the seasonal floodplain fishery of the Okavango Delta, Botswana, pages 1 – 13. In Mmopelwa, G (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada) DOI: 10.2316/P.2016.836-024 (ISBN: 978-0-88986-984-4).

Mfundisi, K., Masunga, G., Mosepele, K., Keitsile, O., (2016). Do Sitatunga (Tragelaphus spekei) populations respond to floods? Implications for climate change in northern Botswana, pages 14 – 19. In Mmopelwa, G (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada) DOI: 10.2316/P.2016.836-025 (ISBN: 978-0-88986-984-4).

Thupe, B., Suwe, O., Mosepele, K., (2016). Creating a platform for community participation in wetland research in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, pages 28 – 35. In Mmopelwa, G (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada) DOI: 10.2316/P.2016.836-027 (ISBN: 978-0-88986-984-4).

 

Rutina, L., Mosepele, K., Masunga, G., (2016). Challenges facing natural resources management: Human-wildlife co-existence in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, pages 36 – 41. In Mmopelwa, G (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada) DOI: 10.2316/P.2016.836-029 (ISBN: 978-0-88986-984-4).

Makati, K., Makati, A., Mosepele, K., Dhliwayo, M., Mfundisi, K and Mosie, I., (2016). Using GIS in floodplain fisheries management: The case of the Okavango Delta, Botswana, pages 47 - 55.  In Mmopelwa, G (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada) DOI: 10.2316/P.2016.836-033 (ISBN: 978-0-88986-984-4).

Kolding, J., van Zwieten, P.A.M and Mosepele, K., (2016). “Where there is water there is fish” – Small-scale inland fisheries in Africa: dynamics and importance, pages 440 - 460. In Tvedt, T. & Oestigaard, T. (Eds.). A History of Water, Series 3, Volume 3. Water and Food: From hunter-gatherers to global production in Africa. I.B. Tauris. London. (ISBN: 9781780768717).

Mosepele, K., (2014). Fish, Floods and Livelihoods in the Boteti River, Botswana. In Motsholapheko, M and Kgathi, D.L (Editors) “Flooding: Risk factors, Environmental Impacts and Management Strategies”. (Nova Science Publishers: USA) pp. 153 – 189 [Book Chapter] (ISBN: 978-1-63117-607-4).

Mosepele, B., Mosepele, K., Mogotsi, S and Thamage, D., (2014). Fisheries co-management in the Okavango Delta’s panhandle: The Okavango Fisheries Management Committee (OFMC) case study. In Sowman, M.  and R. Wynberg. (Editors) “Governance for Justice and Environmental Sustainability: Lessons across Natural Resource Sectors in Sub-Saharan Africa.” (Routledge Publishers: UK) pp. 180 – 199 [Book Chapter] (ISBN: 978–0–415–52359–2).

Mosepele, K, Murray-Hudson, M, Mosie, I and Sethebe, K, (2013). Lagoons’ Fish Communities in Flood-Pulsed Floodplains: Heterogeneity in a Highly Dynamic System? The Case of the Okavango Delta. In Mwinyihija, M (Editor) “Lagoons: Habitat and Species, Human Impacts and Ecological Effects”. (Nova Science Publishers: USA) pp. 149 - 174 [Book Chapter] (ISBN: 978-1-62808-096-4)

Cassidy, L., Wilk, J., Kgathi, D.L., Bendsen, H., Ngwenya,B.N and Mosepele. K, (2011). Indigenous Knowledge, Livelihoods and Government Policy. In: Kgathi, D.L., Ngwenya, B.N and Darkoh, M.B.K. (Editors) “Rural Livelihoods, Risk and Political Economy of Access to Natural Resources in the Okavango Delta, Botswana”. (Nova Science Publishers: USA) pp. 75-98  (ISBN: 978-1-61122-302-6).

Mbaiwa, J.E., Mosepele, K., Bendsen, H and Kgathi, D.L (2011). Historical trends in livelihoods patterns in the Okavango delta, Botswana. In: Kgathi, D.L., Ngwenya, B.N and Darkoh, M.B.K. (Eds) “Rural Livelihoods, Risk and Political Economy of Access to Natural Resources in the Okavango Delta, Botswana”. (Nova Science Publishers: USA) pp. 17-34.  (ISBN: 978-1-61122-302-6).

Mosepele, K., (2008). Flood pulse in a subtropical floodplain fishery and the consequences for steady state management, pages 56 – 62. In Totolo, O (Editor). “Water Resource Management; Science and technology innovation for sustainable development.” (Acta Press: Canada). (ISBN: 978-0-88986-765-9).

Nnyepi, M., Ngwenya, B and Mosepele, K., (2007). Food (in) security and child nutrition in Ngamiland, pages 281 - 291.  In Ahmed, A (Editor). Managing knowledge, technology and development in the era of information revolution. (Griffith University: Australia). (ISBN: 0-9551771-3-8)

Mosepele, K., Mmopelwa, G, Mosepele, B and Kgathi, D. L., (2007). Indigenous knowledge and fish utilization in the Okavango Delta, Botswana: Implications for food security, pages 292 - 302. In Ahmed, A (Editor). Managing knowledge, technology and development in the era of information revolution. (Griffith University: Australia). (ISBN: 0-9551771-3-8)

Mosepele, K., Ngwenya, B.N and Bernard, T., (2006). Artisanal fishing and food security in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, pages 159 – 168. In Ahmed, A (Editor). Global and local resources in achieving sustainable development. (Interdescience Publishers: Geneva, Switzerland). [Book Chapter] (ISBN 0-907776-29-9).

Mosepele, K and Nengu, S., (2004). Growth, mortality, maturity and length-weight parameters of selected fishes from the Okavango Delta, Botswana, p. 67-74. In D. Pauly, B. Diouf, B.Samb, M.J. Vakily and M.L.D. Palamores (Editors). Fish Biodiversity: Local Studies as Basis for Global Inferences. Brussels: Belgium. [Book Chapter] (ISSN 1025-3971)

 

Books/Monographs

Mosepele, K., (2012). Status of selected fish species in the Okavango Delta. In: Botswana Government “Selected biodiversity indicators 2011”. Department of Environmental Affairs, Ministry of Environment Wildlife and Tourism, Gaborone, Botswana. (ISBN: 978-99912-948-9-6).

Mendelsohn, JM, van der Post, C, Ramberg, L, Murray-Hudson M, Wolski P and Mosepele, K. 2010. Okavango Delta: floods of life. RAISON (Windhoek, Namibia) (ISBN: 978-99916-780-5-4)

Mosepele, K and Ngwenya, B., (2010) Socio-economic survey of commercial fishing in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. (Bay Publishing: Gaborone, Botswana) (ISBN: 978-99912-464-8-2).

Ngwenya, B., and Mosepele, K (2008) Socio-economic survey of subsistence fishing in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. (Bay Publishing: Gaborone, Botswana) (ISBN: 978-99912-463-4-5).

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Makoba, J.G., Moetse, G and Mosepele, K., 2017. Externally funded research in the Okavango Delta, Botswana: A case study from the Okavango Research institute, pages 119 – 123.  In Jamisola, R.S (Editor). BIUST Research ad Innovation Symposium, 2017 (RDAIS 2017), Volume 1. ISBN: 978-99968-0-608-7

Dhliwayo, M., Makati, A. A., Mfundisi, K., and Mosepele, K. (2017). Using GIS Geo-spatial Analysis Tools to Identify Fishing Hotspots. Paper presented at the Esri User Conference, July 10 – 14, San Diego. Available at http://proceedings.esri.com/library/userconf/proc17/abstracts/a417.html

 

Mosepele, K, Mmopelwa, T.G, and Mosepele, B., 2003. Characterization and monitoring of the Okavango delta artisanal fishery, pp 391 – 413. In Bernard, T, Mosepele, K and Ramberg, L (Editors). Environmental Monitoring of Tropical and Subtropical Wetlands. University of Botswana, Maun and University of Florida, Gainesville, FLA.

Kgathi, D.L., Mmopelwa, G and Mosepele, K., 2003. Assessing Natural Resource Scarcity in the Okavango delta, Botswana, pp 469 - 493. In Bernard, T, Mosepele, K and Ramberg, L (Editors). Environmental Monitoring of Tropical and Subtropical Wetlands. University of Botswana, Maun and University of Florida, Gainesville, FLA.htt//ebookbrowse.com/mosepele-et-al-6-3-doc-d131225216.

Mosepele, K and Kolding, J., 2003. Fish Stock Assessment in the Okavango delta, Botswana – preliminary results from a length-based analysis, pp 363 – 390. In Bernard, T, Mosepele, K and Ramberg, L (Editors). Environmental Monitoring of Tropical and Subtropical Wetlands. University of Botswana, Maun and University of Florida, Gainesville, FLA.

Bernard T, Mosepele K and Ramberg L (Editors)., 2003. Environmental Monitoring of Tropical and Subtropical Wetlands. University of Botswana, Maun and University of Florida, Gainesville, FLA.

 

Technical Reports

Theo van der Sluis, Lin Cassidy, Chris Brooks, Piotr Wolski, Cornelis VanderPost, Piet Wit, Rene Henkens, Michiel van Eupen, Mosepele K, Oggie Maruapula, Elmar Veenendaal, 2017. Chobe District Integrated Land Use Plan - Communities between protected areas. Wageningen, Alterra Wageningen UR (University & Research Centre). ISSN 1566-7197.

Mosepele, K., 2009. Okavango River Basin Technical Diagnostic Analysis: Environmental Flow Module Specialist Report Country: Botswana: Discipline: Fish. Biophysical Series, EPSMO-OKACOM. Maun.

Mosepele, K., 2007. Fish, pp 172 – 195. In Bonyongo, M.C and Mazvimavi, D (Editors). Environmental monitoring of May – August 2006 aerial spraying of deltamethrin for tsetse fly eradication in the Kwando-Linyanti and Caprivi region. Ministry of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana. 

Soderstrom, E., Purkey, D., Matiza, T.., Ashton, P., Madzwamuse, M., Walking, R., McCreary, S., Earl, A., Masundire, H., and Mosepele, K., 2006. Transboundary collaborative learning: Case study in the Okavango River Basin; Comprehensive Assessment Project Report. International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and USAID.

Ramberg L, Mosepele K and Mosie I., 2002. Fish. Pp 52 – 57. In Perkins J and Ramberg L (Editors). Environmental Monitoring of Tsetse Aerial Spraying – 2001. ORI, Maun, Botswana.