Musinguzi, L., Lugya, J., Rwezawula, P., Kamya, A., Nuwahereza, C., Halafo, J., … & Osinde, R. (2019). The extent of cage aquaculture, adherence to best practices and reflections for sustainable aquaculture on African inland waters. Journal of Great Lakes Research45(6), 1340-1347.

Natugonza, V., Ainsworth, C., Sturludóttir, E., Musinguzi, L., Ogutu-Ohwayo, R., Tomasson, T., … & Stefansson, G. (2019). Ecosystem models of Lake Victoria (East Africa): Can Ecopath with Ecosim and Atlantis predict similar policy outcomes?. Journal of Great Lakes Research45(6), 1260-1273.

Laban Musinguzi, Vianny Natugonza, Jackson Efitre & Richard Ogutu-Ohwayo. The role of gender in improving adaptation to climate change among small-scale fishers. Climate and Development,

Efitre, J., Natugonza, V., Musinguzi, L., Olokotum, M., Naigaga, S., Ogutu-Ohwayo, R., 2017. Building Capacity for Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Through Mainstreaming Climate Change in Curricula of Tertiary Training Institutions in Africa. In: Walter Leal Filho (ed), Climate Change Research at Universities, Springer International Publishing, pp 423-440.

Musinguzi, L., Natugonza, V. & Ogutu-Ohwayo, R. 2017. Paradigm shifts required to promote Ecosystem Modeling for Ecosystem-Based Fishery Management for African Inland Lakes. Journal of Great Lakes Research,

Natugonza, V., Ogutu-Ohwayo, R., Musinguzi, L., Kashindye, B., Jónsson, S., Valtysson, H. T. 2016. Exploring the structural and functional properties of the Lake Victoria food web, and the role of fisheries, using a mass balance model. Ecological Modelling, 342, 161–174,

Musinguzi L. et al. 2016.  Fishers’ perceptions of climate change, impacts on their livelihoods and adaptation strategies in environmental change hotspots: a case of Lake Wamala, Uganda. Environment, development and sustainability, 18(4),1255–1273, DOI: 10.1007/s10668-015-9690-6.

Natugonza V.   Ogutu-Ohwayo R., Efitre J., Muyodi F., Mbabazi D., Olokotum M., Musinguzi L. et al. 2015.  The responses of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) in Lake Wamala (Uganda) to changing climatic conditions.  Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, 20, 101–119.

Ogutu-Ohwayo R., , Natugonza, V., Musinguzi, L.,  Olokotum, M.,  Naigaga, S.,  2016. Implications of climate variability and change for African lake ecosystems, fisheries productivity, and livelihoods. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 42(3), 498–510,

Natugonza V., Ogutu-Ohwayo R., Musinguzi L., Olokotum, M., Naigaga S. & Kitabona J. 2016.  Implications of climate warming for hydrology and water balance of small shallow lakes: A case of Wamala and Kawi, Uganda. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management, DOI:10.1080/14634988.2016.1142167.

Musinguzi, L. 2015. Fishers’ perception on livelihood strategies, adaptation and mitigation measures to cope with changes in climate variables around Lake Wamala, Uganda. MSc. Thesis, Makerere University, Kampala.

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