Sokoine University of Agriculture

Department of Forest and Environmental Economics

Department of Forest and Environmental Economics

Recent Submissions

  • Massawe, B. H. J.; Mdoe, L. L. (Sokoine University of Agriculture, 2018)
    Agriculture is the major employer in Tanzania, accounting for over 60% of the total national employment (URT, 2016.). Most of the employment is attributed to food crops production, mainly done by small scale farmers. ...
  • Abdallah, J. M.; Masaka, K. (Tanzania Forest Fund (TAFORI), 2018)
    The Government emphasizes a new direction for the country’s economy. It commits her resources to inclusive economic growth through industrialization. This means that more investment on wood processing industries is ...
  • Yonah, I. B.; Mourice, S. K.; Tumbo, S. D.; Mbilinyi, B. P.; Dempewolf, J. (International journal of remote sensing, 2018)
    Obtaining information to characterize smallholder farm fields remains elusive and has undermined efforts to determine crop conditions for food security monitoring. We hypothesize that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) would ...
  • Willcock, S.; Phillips, O . l.; Platts, P. J.; Swetnam, R. D.; Balmford, A.; Burgess, N. D.; Ahrends, A.; Bayliss, J.; Doggart, N.; Doody, K.; Fanning, E.; Green, J. M. H.; Hall, J.; Howell, K. l.; Lovett, J. C.; Marchant, R.; Marshall, A. R.; Mbilinyi, B.; Munishi, P. K. T.; Owen, N.; Topp-Jorgensen, E. J.; Lewis, S. l. (Wiley Researcher Academy., 2016)
    Agricultural expansion has resulted in both land use and land cover change (LULCC) across the tropics. However, the spatial and temporal patterns of such change and their resulting impacts are poorly understood, particularly ...
  • Jaleta, D.; Mbilinyi., B. P.; Mahoo, H. F.; Lemenih, M. (SpringerOpen., 2017)
    Over the last century, Eucalyptus has rapidly expanded across the globe. It has become the most planted tree species. Environmentalists fear this for the perceived negative eco-hydrological impact. Foresters and wood ...

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