Nyabuiyabui swamp field work was carried out between 10-12/04/2014 by Colin Courtney Mustaphi, Esther Githumbi who were accompanied by Rebecca Muthoni (Intern at National Museums of Kenya) and Joseph Mutua (BIEA). Nyabuiyabui Swamp is located in Mau forest, Kiptunga block and permission to carry out the field work was granted by the KFS. It involved vegetation survey and sediment coring for palaeoecological analysis.
A report detailing the work carried out is available: Courtney Mustaphi, CJ; Githumbi, E; Mutua, J; Muthoni, R; Rucina, SM; Marchant, R. 2014. Ongoing sedimentological and palaeoecological investigations at Nabuyabuyi, Kiptunga Forest Block, Nakuru District, Kenya. Report to the Mau Forest Conservation Office, Kenya Forest Service, and the National Museums of Kenya Palaeobotany and Palynology Section. REAL contribution 002. [PDF]
This was the second phase of the fieldwork after the Amboseli field work which also served as practical experience for REAL ESR on palaeoecological field techniques (coring) after the training workshop at the National Museums of Kenya by Colin Courtney Mustaphi.