H. Croze Publications

Mon, 2007-11-19 08:56 by hcroze

Although I have certainly spent too much of my professional career writing or commissioning UN reports on the environment, there are some publications that might be of interest to the general reader or even the odd scientist. I've put a few under the ATE publication list. For the record, herewith below, the rest.

 
BOOKS

Croze, H.
(2006) Africa for Kids. Chicago: Chicago Review Press
Croze, H. & Mari, C.
(2001) The Great Serengeti Migration. Chicago: Chicago Review Press
Croze, H. & Reader, J.
(2000) Pyramids of Life. London: Harvill Press
Eu, G. & Appleton, D. eds.
(1993) East African Wildlife. Singapore: APA. Boston: Houton Mifflin [Served as advisor and major contributor]
Clark, R. ed,
(1986) The Handbook of Ecological Monitoring. Oxford: Clarendon Press. [Major contributor]
Elmerhrik, Y., Daghestani, F.A., Croze, H. & Al-Hashimi, W. eds.
(1981) Environment Monitoring for the Arab World. Amman: Royal Scientific Society.
Reader, J & Croze, H.
(1977). Pyramids of Life: Illuminations of Nature’s fearful Symmetry. London: Collins.
Croze, H.
(1970) Searching Image in Carrion Crows. Berlin and Hamburg: Paul Parey Verlag.

 

ARTICLES

Croze, H., Sayialel, S. and Sitonic, D.
(2006). What’s on in the ecosystem: Amboseli as a Biosphere Reserve. A Compendium of Conservation and Management Activities in the Amboseli Ecosystem. 28 pp + annexes. Nairobi: ATE/AERP, UNESCO/MAB.
Croze, H.J., Hillman, A.K.K., & Lang, E.M.
(2004 Elephants and their habitats: how do they tolerate each other. Dynamics of Large Mammal Populations, 2nd ed. (ed. C.W. Fowler & T.D. Smith). Blackburn, 297-316.
Lesard, O., L'Epattenier, R.L., Norval, R.A.I., Kundert, K., Dolan, T.T., Croze, H., Walker, J.B., Irvin, A.D. & Perry, B.D.
(1990). Geographical information systems for studying the epidemiology of cattle diseases caused by Theileria parva. Vet. Rec. 126:255-262
Burrill, A., Croze, H. & Simonett, O.
(1988). The potential use of GRID in plant genetic resources activities. GRID-Nairobi Report, September 1988
Croze, H.
(1987) Global environment monitoring systems. Ken.Veterinarian11:30
Wiersma, G.B., Franklin, J.F., Kohler, A., Croze, H. & Boelcke, C.
(1986) Integrated global background monitoring. In: Schweitzer, G.E & Phillips, A.S. eds. Monitoring and Managing Environmental Impact: Americal and Soviet Perspectives. Washington: US National Academy of Sciences. 246-265.
Croze, H.
(1984) Monitoring within and outside protected areas. In: McNeely, J. & Miller, K.R. eds. National Parks, Conservation and Development: the Role of Protected Areas in Sustaining Society. Washington: Smithsonian
Croze, H. & Gwynne, M.D.
(1983) The Global Environment Monitoring System: its value for analysis and development of agro-forestry land use systems. In: Huxley, P.A. ed. Plant Research and Agroforestry. 291-296. Nairobi: ICRAF. ISBN: 0-88936-303-X
Croze, H.
(1982) Environmental monitoring within GEMS and remote sensing for decision-making. In: van den Broek, J.M.M. & Epp, H. eds The Potential Influences of Remote Sensing on Decision Making. Enschede: ITC. 151-155.
Croze, H. & Gwynne, M.D.
(1981) A methodology for the inventory and monitoring of pastoral ecosystem processes. In: Future of Pastoral Peoples. 340-352. Ottawa: ILCA. ISBN: 0-88936-303-X
Croze, H, Hillman, A.K.K. & Lang, E.M.
(1981) Elephants and their habitats: how do they tolerate each other? In: Fowler, C.W. (ed.) Dynamics of Large Mammal Populations. New York: John Wiley. 297-316
Croze, H.
(1980) What ecologists think veterinarians should do. In: Wildlife Disease Research and Economic Development. 72-75. Nairobi: ILCA.
Croze, H.
(1980) Aerial surveys undertaken by the Kenya Wildlife Management Project: methodologies and results. FAO/UNDP Proj. Working Doc. 16.
Croze, H., Mbai, H.H., Mumiyuka, P.M. & Owaga, M.
(1980) Limits to primary productivity in the Athi-Kapiti ecosystem, Kajiado District, Kenya. FAO/UNDP Proj. Working Doc. 17.
Croze, H. & Mbuvi, D.
(1979) Wildlife in the development of drylands. Inst. Dev. Studs. Occ. Paper No. 36. IDS/Univ. Nairobi Wkshp on Dev. Of Kenya’s Semi-arid Areas, Nairobi, July 1979: 1-17.
Croze, H.
(1980) Remote sensing of natural resources in Eastern Africa: ecological monitoring of rangelands. Reg. Rem. Sensing Facility, Nairobi. Offset Report, 4pp.
Croze, H. & Gwynne, M.D.
(1978) Rangeland monitoring: function, form and results. Proc. W.Afr.Rangland Monitoring Coord.Conf, 20-24 Nov. Ougagadougou: CRTO.
Croze, H.
(1978) The consideration of wildlife in livestock development planning. Notes for ILCA Livestock Development Projects Course, Nairobi, March 1978. ILCA/LDPC-CN28.
Croze, H., Hillman, J. C., Migongo, E. & Sinage, R.
(1978). The Ecological Basis for Calculations of Wildlife-Generated Guaranteed Minimum Returns to Landowners in Masai Mara and Samburu Ecosystems. Kenya, Ecosystems Ltd.
Croze, H., Mumiukha, P. W. Mbai, H.T.M. & M.L. Owaga
(1978). Estimates of Grazer Food Supply and Demand in the Athi-Kapiti Ecosystem of Kajiado District, Kenya. Nairobi, WCMD, Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife, UNDP/FAO.
Croze, H. & Western D.
(1977). Monitoring: rangeland resources in Kenya. Proc. Int. Probs. Environmental Monitoring . Bellagio Italy, Aug. 1977. Rockefeller Foundation Working Paper
Croze H.
(1976) Amboseli Elephant Research. Africana, July
Gwynne, M.D. & Croze, H.
(1976) The concept and practice of ecological monitoring over large areas of land: The Systematic Reconnaissance Flight (SRI). Proc. IUCN Ibadan/Garoua Int. Symp.Wildlife Management in Savannah Woodland.
Savidge, J.M., Woodford, M.H. & Croze, H.
(1976). Report on a mission to Zaire. FA0. Document W/K 1593, 34 pp.
Croze, H. & Gwynne M.D.
(1975) East African habitat monitoring practice; a review of methods and application. Proceedings of ILCA. Seminar on the Evaluation and Mapping of Tropical Rangelands, Bamako-Mali, 1975.
Croze, H.
(1975) Animal behaviour. In: Animals and Environment: an introduction to wildlife ecology. Nairobi: Wildl. Clubs of Kenya.
Croze, H.
(1975) Critique of Remote Sensing Workshop. E.Afr. Seminar & Workshop on Remote Sensing of Natural Resources & Environment. USAID Proj. Rep. (IR)NC-41: 4-5.
Croze, H.
(1974) Ecological principles. In: AWLF/WWF/Unesco Eastern Africa Youth Course in Environmental Conservation. 118-122.
Croze, H.
(1974) 7he Seronera Elephant Problem. I. The Bulls. E.Afr.Wildlife J. 12: 1-28.
Croze, H.
(1974) The Seronera Elephant Problem. II. The Trees. E.Afr.Wildlife J. 12: 29-48
Croze, H.
(1974) An aerial Survey of the Elephant Population in Samburu Kenya: Distribution using trend surface analysis: Report to the Kenya Game Department typescript, 20 pp.
Croze, H.
(1973). Animal Behaviour. Wildlife Clubs of Kenya Bulletin 5
Croze, H.
(1972) A modified photogrammetric technique for assessing age-structures of elephant populations and its use in Kidepo National Park. E.Afr.Wildlife J. 10: 91-115.
Brower L, Cook, L.M. & Croze, H.
(1967) Predator responses to artificial Batesian Mimics released in a neotropical environment. Evol 21:11-23.
Cook, L.M., Brower, L.P. & Croze, H.
(1967) The accuracy of a population estimation from multiple recapture data. J.Anim.Ecol. 36: 57-60
Croze, H.
(1966) The curious crow. Cranbrook Inst.Sci.Newsletter 36: 18-23.
Brower, L.P., Brower, J.V.Z., Stiles, F.G, Croze, H. & Hower, A.S.
(1964) Mimicry: differential advantage of colour patterns in the natural environment. Science 144: 183-185-