School of Environment, Water and Natural Resources Management

Assistant Lecturer

Primary Discipline: Forest management, ecology, pathology, Dendrology, Silviculture, Eco-villages and resettlement planning

Degrees Awarded

  • MSc. Forestry, Moi University, 2009
  • BSc. Forestry, Moi University, 2004

Current Professional/Scientific Interests, Memberships, and Activities:

  • National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) - Member since 2010
  • Environment Institute of Kenya (EIK) – Member since 2013

Research, Scholarly, Professional and Scientific Activities

  1. Mutiso, F.M., Mugo, J. M., Cheboiwo, J. C., Sang, F.K., Tarus, G. K (2015). Floristic Composition, Affinities and Plant Formations in Tropical Forests: A Case Study of Mau Forests in Kenya. International Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 2015, 5(2): 79-91 DOI: 10.5923/j.ijaf.20150502.02
  2. Mutiso, F.M., Cheboiwo, J. C., Kiyiapi, J.L., Sang, F.K (2015). Comparative Study of Sampling Methods for Efficient Diagnosis of Health Status of Selected Natural Forest Ecosystems in Kenya. Journal of Natural Sciences Research. Vol.5, No.2, 2015 ISSN 2224-3186 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0921.
  3. Cheboiwo, J. C., Mbinga, J., Mugabe, R.O., Mutiso, F. M (2015). Potential Growth, Yields and Socioeconomic Benefits of Four Indigenous Species for Restoration in Moist Forests, Mau Kenya. Journal of Environment and Earth Science Vol.5, No.6, 2015. ISSN 2224-3216 (Paper) ISSN 2225-0948
  4. Mutiso, F., Hitimana, J., Kiyiapi, J., Sang, F., & E Eboh (2013) Recovery of Kakamega Tropical Rainforest from Anthropogenic Disturbances. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 25(4): 566–576 (2013)
  5. Mutiso, F., Cheboiwo, J., Mugo, M., Sang, F., Tarus, G., Chemitei, G (2013) The Challenges of Wild Game on Forest Plantations Management Objectives in Forest Ecosystems in Kenya. Research Journal in Engineering and Applied Sciences 2(2) 106-112. Emerging Academy Resources (2013) (ISSN: 2276-8467)
  6. Mutiso, F., Mugo, M., Cheboiwo, J (2011) Post-Disturbance Tree Species Regeneration and Successional Pathways in Blakett and Kedowa Forest Blocks, Mau Ecosystem. Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences 3(6): 745-753, 2011. ISSN: 2041-0492, Maxwell Scientific Organization.

Contacts

P.o Box 170-90200, Kitui, Email: fmutiso@seku.ac.ke, Cell phone: 0723769604