The departmental staff channel out scholarly materials to the body of knowledge through publication of research articles in peer reviewed journals, conference papers, letters, books, reviews and book chapters among others. The list below telecasts publications that are accessible in Google Scholar in ascending order.


  1. Ebifa-Othieno, E., Kabasa, J. D., Nyeko, P., Nakimbugwe, D., & Mugisha, A. (2020). Nutritional potential of tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.) from semi-arid and subhumid zones of Uganda. Journal of Food Measurement and Characterization, 1-10.
  2. Mfitumukiza, D., Barasa, B., Kiggundu, N., Nyarwaya, A., & Muzei, J. P. (2020). Smallholder farmers’ perceived evaluation of agricultural drought adaptation technologies used in Uganda: Constraints and opportunities. Journal of Arid Environments, 177, 104137.
  3. Egeru, A., Opio, J., Siya, A., Barasa, B., Magaya, J. P., & Namaalwa, J. J. (2020). Tsetse Invasion as an Emerging Threat to Socioecological Resilience of Pastoral Communities in Karamoja, Uganda. Sustainability, 12(4), 1599.
  4. Barasa, B., & Wanyama, J. (2020). Freshwater lake inundation monitoring using Sentinel-1 SAR imagery in Eastern Uganda. Annals of GIS, 1-10.



  1. Wambede, N. M., Joyfred, A., & Jimmy, A. R. (2019). Constraints to Agricultural Transformation in Yumbe District, Uganda. In Agriculture and Ecosystem Resilience in Sub Saharan Africa (pp. 29-52). Springer, Cham.
  2. Nabalegwa, M. W., Joyfred, A., Othieno, E. E., & Nabatta, C. (2019). Adoption of water conservation technologies among small scale farmers in Lwengo district–Uganda. African Journal of Inter/Multidisciplinary Studies, 1(1), 84-96.
  3. Muhamud, N. W., & Joyfred, A. (2019). The Efficacy of the Soil Conservation Technologies Adopted in Mountain Agro-Ecosystems in Uganda. In Agriculture and Ecosystem Resilience in Sub Saharan Africa (pp. 145-166). Springer, Cham.
  4. Twongyirwe, R., Mfitumukiza, D., Barasa, B., Naggayi, B. R., Odongo, H., Nyakato, V., & Mutoni, G. (2019). Perceived effects of drought on household food security in South-western Uganda: Coping responses and determinants. Weather and Climate Extremes, 24, 100201.
  5. Egeru, A., Barasa, B., Nampijja, J., Siya, A., Makooma, M. T., & Majaliwa, M. G. J. (2019). Past, present and future climate trends under varied representative concentration pathways for a sub-humid region in Uganda. Climate, 7(3), 35.
  6. Egeru, A., Bernard, B., Geofrey, G., & George, O. L. (2019). Projected water resource dynamics in the sub-humid Upper Nile Water Management Zone of Uganda, East Africa. African Journal of Rural Development, 3(2), 753-760.
  7. Bernard, B., David, M., Anthony, E., Michael, M. S., James, W., Andrew, A., … & Claire, N. (2019). The role of indigenous knowledge (IK) in adaptation to drought by agropastoral smallholder farmers in Uganda. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge (IJTK), 19(1), 44-52.



  1. Kagoya, S., Paudel, K. P., & Daniel, N. L. (2018). Awareness and Adoption of Soil and Water Conservation Technologies in a Developing Country: A Case of Nabajuzi Watershed in Central Uganda. Environmental management, 61(2), 188-196.
  2. Byakagaba, P., Egeru, A., Barasa, B., & Briske, D. D. (2018). Uganda’s rangeland policy: intentions, consequences and opportunities. Pastoralism, 8(1), 7.
  3. Mwanjalolo, M. G. J., Bernard, B., Paul, M. I., Joshua, W., Sophie, K., Cotilda, N., … & Barbara, N. (2018). Assessing the Extent of Historical, Current, and Future Land Use Systems in Uganda. Land, 7(4), 132.
  4. Kiggundu, N., Wanyama, J., Mfitumukiz, D., Twinomuhangi, R., Barasa, B., Katimbo, A., & Kyazze, F. (2018). Rainwater harvesting knowledge and practice for agricultural production in a changing climate: A review from Uganda’s perspective. Agricultural Engineering International: CIGR Journal, 20(2), 19-36.
  5. Bernard, B. (2018). Local and regional variations in conditions for agriculture and food security in Uganda (No. 5).