Sokoine University of Agriculture

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism

Recent Submissions

  • Kilawe, C. J.; Mrosso, H. T.; Amanzi, N. S. (NATURE & FAUNE, 2018-06-13)
    Village Land Use Plan is increasingly becoming a tool for land resource management in rural areas of Tanzania. The plan is expected to enhance conservation and reduce resource use conflicts and degradation. Despite the ...
  • Willcock, S.; Phillips, O. L.; Platts, P. J.; Balmford, A.; Burgess, N. D.; Lovett, J .C.; Ahrends, A.; Bayliss, J.; Doggart, N.; Doody, K.; Fanning, E.; Green, J. M. H.; Hall, J.; Howell, K. L.; Marchant, R.; Marshall, A. R.; Mbilinyi, B.; Munishi, P. K .T.; Owen, N.; Swetnam, R. D.; Jorgensen, E. J. T.; Lewis, S. L. (Carbon Balance and Management., 2014)
    Background: The carbon stored in vegetation varies across tropical landscapes due to a complex mix of climatic and edaphic variables, as well as direct human interventions such as deforestation and forest degradation. ...
  • Mukama, K.; Mustalahti, I.; Zahabu, E. (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2011)
    Research initiatives and practical experiences have demonstrated that forest-related data collected by local communities can play an essential role in the development of national REDD+ programs and its' measurement, ...
  • 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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