Associate Professor : Eliakimu Zahabu (PhD

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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Sex:                             Male
Date of birth:              15/02/1971
Marital Status              Married

CONTACT ADDRESSES
Department of Forest Mensuration and Management,
Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation,
P.O. Box 3013, CHUO KIKUU, MOROGORO, TANZANIA.
Mobile Phone No.: +255 752 596 503
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ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
PhD, The University of Twente, the Netherlands - 2008
MSc. (Forestry), Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro, Tanzania- 2001
BSc. (Forestry) Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro, Tanzania- 1996

AREA OF SPECIALIZATION
Forest Resources Assessment and Management; and Climate Change and LULUCF (Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry).

WORK EXPERIENCE
Associate Professor  in Forestry at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Morogoro, Tanzania since June 2002 to date

PUBLICATIONS

Chapters in Books

  1. Zahabu, E. and Malimbwi, R.E. 2010. The Potential of Community Forest Management Under REDD+ for Achieving MDG Goals in Tanzania. In Skutsch, M. Community forest monitoring for the carbon market: Opportunities under REDD. - London : Earthscan, ISBN 978-1-84971-136-4.
  2. Verplanke, J.J. and Zahabu, E. 2010. A field guide for community forest carbon monitoring. In Skutsch, M. Community forest monitoring for the carbon market: Opportunities under REDD. - London : Earthscan, ISBN 978-1-84971-136-4. pp. 82-93.
  3. Skutsch, M., Zahabu, E., Karky, B.S., and Danielsen, F., 2010. The Costs and Reliability of Forest Carbon Monitoring by Communities.  In Skutsch, M. Community forest monitoring for the carbon market: Opportunities under REDD. - London : Earthscan, London, ISBN 978-1-84971-136-4.
  4. Malimbwi, R.E., Chidumayo, E, Zahabu, E., Kingazi, S., Misana, S., Luoga, E., and Nduwamungu, J., 2010. Woodfuel. Chapter 7 In: Chidumayo, E and Gumbo, D.J., The Dry Forests and Woodlands of Africa: Managing for Products and Services. Earthscan, London, UK. ISBN 978-1-84971-131-9, 155-178
  5. Malimbwi, R.E. and Zahabu, E., 2010. Chapter 7. In: REDD, forest governance and Rural Livelihoods: emerging agenda. Springate-Baginski, O. and Wollenberg, E. Cifor Bagor Indonesia. ISBN 978-602-8693-15-8.
  6. Skutsch, M., Van Laake, P.E., Zahabu, E., Karky, B.S. and Phartiyal, P. (2009). Community monitoring in REDD+. Chapter 8 in: Angelsen, A. (ed). Realising REDD:  For national strategy and policy options. International Centre for Research in Forestry (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia ISBN: 978-6-02-869303-5; 101-112 pp.
  7. Zahabu, E. (2006). Case study: Handei village forest reserve, Tanzania.  In Murdiyoso D. and M. Skutsch, (eds)    Community Forest Management as a Carbon Mitigation Option: Case Studies.  Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), ISBN: 979-24-4660-5, 16-19 pp.
  8. Zahabu, E.  (2006)  Case study:  Kitulangalo forest area, Tanzania.  In Murdiyoso D. and M. Skutsch, (eds)   Community Forest Management as a Carbon Mitigation Option: Case Studies.  Bogor, Indonesia: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), ISBN: 979-24-4660-5, 20-25 pp.

Papers in journals

  1. Zahabu, E., Raphael, T., Chamshama, S.A.O., Iddi, S., and Malimbwi, R.E. 2015 Effect of spacing regimes on growth, yield and wood properties of Tectona grandis at Longuza Forest Plantation, Tanzania. International Journal of Forestry Research, 11, 2015
  2. Solberg, S., Gizachew, B., Næsset, E., Gobakken, T., Bollandsås, O., Mauya, E.W., Olsson, H., Malimbwi, R.E. and Zahabu, E. 2015. Monitoring forest carbon in a Tanzanian woodland using interferometric SAR: a novel methodology for REDD+. Carbon Balance and Management (2015) 10:14. DOI 10.1186/s13021-015-0023-8
  3. Katani, J.Z. Mustalahti, I., Mukama, K. and Zahabu, E., 2015. Participatory forest carbon assessment in south-eastern Tanzania: experiences, costs and implications for REDD+ initiatives.  Fauna & Flora International 2015 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0030605315000174. 10 p.
  4. Haarpaintner, J., Davids, C., Hindberg, H., Zahabu, E., & Malimbwi, R. E. (2015). Forest and Forest Change Mapping With C-and L-Band Sar in Liwale, Tanzania. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial Information Sciences. Volume XL-7/W3, doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-XL-7-W3-391-2015
  5. Njana, M,A., Eid, T.H, Zahabu, E and Malimbwi, R.E., 2015. Procedures for quantification of belowground biomass of three mangrove tree species. Wetlands Ecol Manage. DOI 10.1007/s11273-015-9417-3
  6. Hansen EH, Gobakken T, Bollandsås OM, Zahabu E, Næsset E. 2015; Modeling Aboveground Biomass in Dense Tropical Submontane Rainforest Using Airborne Laser Scanner Data. Remote Sensing 7(1):788-807.
  7. Masota, A.M., Zahabu, E., Malimbwi, R.E.,  Ole Martin Bollandsas O.M., Tron Haakon Eid, T.H. 2014. Volume Models for Single Trees in Tropical Rainforests in Tanzania. Journal of Energy and Natural Resources. Vol. 3, No. 5, pp. 66-76. DOI: 10.11648/j.jenr.20140305.12
  8. Mauya, E.W., Mugasha, A.W., Zahabu, E., Bollandsås, O.M., and Eid, T., 2014. Models for estimation of tree volume in the miombo woodlands of Tanzania, Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science, 12 pages. DOI:10.2989/20702620.2014.957594
  9. Tomppo, E., Malimbwi, R.E., Katila, M., Mäkisara, K., Henttonen, H., Chamuya, N., Zahabu, E., Otieno J. A 2014. Sampling design for a large area forest inventory-case Tanzania. Canadian Journal of Forest Research: 931-948
  10. Zahabu, E., and Malimbwi, R.E., 2013. The development of Tropical Forest Inventory Data Analysis (TROFIDA) Package. Journal of the Tanzania, Association of Foresters 12, 92-100.
  11. Zahabu, E., 2013. Establishment of a National Forest Monitoring, Measurement, Reporting and Verification System for REDD+ in Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania, Association of Foresters 12, 28-36.
  12. Mugasha, WA, Eid, T, Bollandsås, OM, Malimbwi, RE, Chamshama, SAO, Zahabu, E, and Katani, J.Z. 2013, Allometric models for prediction of above-and belowground biomass of trees in the miombo woodlands of Tanzania Forest Ecology and Management 310, 87-101
  13. Kitula, MM, Kajembe, GC, Zahabu, E, Luoga, EJ, Katani, JZ, Ngowi, SE, 2013. Influence of forest land tenure regimes on forest condition in Uluguru mountains, Tanzania Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 82 (1), 68-91
  14. Kaniki, HN, Kajembe, GC, Zahabu, E, Katani, JZ, Eid, T. 2013. Role of communal and private forestland tenure regimes in regulating forest ecosystem goods and services in Rombo district, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 82 (1), 22-35
  15. Mbwambo, L, Kashaigili, JJ, Eid, T, Malimbwi, RE, Zahabu, E, Kajembe, GC, Luoga, E,. And Kayeye, H. 2013. Impact of decentralised forest management on forest cover changes in the north eastern Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 82 (1), 50-67
  16. Mukama, K., Mustalahti, I., and Zahabu, E. 2012. Participatory Forest Carbon Assessment and REDD+: Learning from Tanzania. International Journal of Forestry Research, vol. 2012, Article ID 126454, 14 pages, 2012. doi:10.1155/2012/126454
  17. Mbwambo, L., Eid T., Malimbwi, R. E., Zahabu, E., Kajembe, G. C and Luoga, E. 2012. Impact of decentralized forest management on forest resource conditions in Tanzania, Forests, Trees and Livelihoods 21(2), 97-113.
  18. Katani, J.Z, Malimbwi, R.E., Zahabu, E., Mugasha, W., and Mwembe, U.L., 2011. Improving Smallholder Livelihoods Through Woodlots Management in Makete District, Tanzania. International Journal of Environmental Science and Ecotechnology 1 (2); pp. 99-113.
  19. Danielsen, F., Skutsch, M., Burgess, N. D., Jensen, P. M., Andrianandrasana, H., Karky, B., Lewis, R., Lovett, J. C., Massao, J., Ngaga, Y., Phartiyal, P., Poulsen, M. K., Singh, S. P., Solis, S., Sørensen, M., Tewari, A., Young, R. and Zahabu, E. (2011), At the heart of REDD+: a role for local people in monitoring forests?. Conservation Letters, 4: 158–167.
  20. Shirima, D.D., Munishi, P.T.K., Lewis, S.L., Burgess, N.D., Mashall, A.R., Balmford, A., Swetnam, R.D., and Zahabu, E. 2011. Carbon storage, structure and composition of miombo woodlands in Tanzanias’s Eastern Arc Mountains. African Journal of Ecology 11 pages.
  21. Burgess, N., Bahane, B., Clairs, T., Danielsen, F., Dalsgaard, S., Funder, M., Hagelberg, N., Harrison, P., Haule, C., Kabalimu, K., Ki lahama, F., Ki lawe, E., Lewis, S., Lovett, J., Lyatuu, G., Marshall, A., Meshack, C., Lera Miles, L., Milledge, S., Munishi, P.,Nashanda, E., Shirima, D., Swetnam, R., Willcock, S., Williams, A., and Zahabu, E., 2010. Getting ready for REDD+ in Tanzania: a case study of progress and challenges. Fauna & Flora International, Oryx, 44(3), 339–351
  22. Chingonikaya, E.E., Katani, J.Z. and Zahabu, E., 2009. Valuation of carbon sequestration in village forest reserves: A case study of Duru-Haitemba forest reserve Tanzania. African Affairs, 25, 3-30.
  23. Blomley, T., Pfliegner, K., Isango, J., Zahabu, E., Ahrends, A. and Burgess, N. (2008). Seeing the wood for the trees: an assessment of the impact of participatory forest management on forest condition in Tanzania. Fauna & Flora International, Oryx, 42(3), 380–391.
  24. Zahabu, E., Skutsch, M.M., Sosovele, H., and Malimbwi, R.E., (2007). Reduced Emissions from Deforestation. African Journal of Ecology, 45:451-453.
  25. Nshare, J.S., Malimbwi, R.E., Chitiki, A, Kinana, B.M. and E. Zahabu (2007). The current status of the mangrove forest along seashore at Salenda Bridge, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Journal of Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) 11:179-.187.
  26. Malimbwi, R.E., Zahabu, E, Misana S., Monela, G.C., Jambiya, G.C. and Mchome ,B. (2005). Charcoal Potential of the miombo woodlands at Kitulangalo, Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Forestry Science 18 (1): 121-126.
  27. Luoga, E.J., Kajembe, G.C., Shemweta, D.T.K., Zahabu, E., Mwaipopo, C.S., and Kweka, D.L. (2005). Assessment of tree stocking and diversity for collaborative Forest Management in Nkweshoo village Forest Management Area, Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. Journal of Forests, Trees and Livelihoods, 15: 259-273.
  28. Malimbwi, R.E, Monela, G.C., Misana, S. and Jambiya, G. and Zahabu, E., (2004). Charcoal Demand, Transportation and Marketing in Dar es Salaam. Tanzania Journal of Forestry & Nature Conservation Vol. No 75.
  29. Luoga, E.J., Kajembe, G.C., Malimbwi, R.E., Zahabu, E., Mwaipopo, C.S., Mtakwa, P and Lymo-Macha, J. (2004). Tree Species Composition and Structure of Jasini-Mkwajuni Mangrove Forest at Pangani, Tanzania. Journal of Tanzania Association of Foresters (TAF) 10:42-47.
  30. Chamshama, SAO, Mugasha, AG and Zahabu, E. (2004). Biomass and volume estimation for miombo woodlands at Kitulangalo, Morogoro, Tanzania. Southern African Forestry Journal 200: 49-60.
  31. Maliondo, S.M.S., Malimbwi, R.E., Constantine, E., and E Zahabu, 2000. Fire impact on population structure and diversity of tree species in West Usambara Camphor zones Forest. J. Tropic. For. Sci. Vol 12, (3) 472-481.
  32. Kajembe, G.C., Kimasa, S.F., Monela, G.C. and Zahabu, E. 2000. The role of Local Institutions on Tanzanian Forest Resources Management. A case study of Kahama District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry & Nature Conservation Vol. No 73, 9-16.
  33. Kajembe, G.C., Cham, A.O. and Zahabu, E. 1998. Livestock and Forest Resources Conflict: A case of SUA Training Forest, Arusha, Tanzania. Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Record No. 73.
  34. Malimbwi, R.E., Mugasha, A.G., Chamshama, S.A.O. and Zahabu, E. 1998. Volume Tables for Tectona Grandis at Mtibwa and Longuza Forest Plantations, Tanzania. Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Record No. 71. 23pp
  35. Zahabu, E and Malimbwi, R.E. 1997. Structure and Composition of Tree Species in Amani Nature Reserve. Faculty of Forestry, Record No. 67 pp 259-266

 

Proceedings

  1. Zahabu, E. 2012. Status of REDD+ Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) System for Tanzania. In the Proceedings of the first Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation Programme Scientific Conference, held at Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2nd and 3rd January, 2012. 49-53.
  2. Madoffe, S.S., Rija, A.A., Midtgaard, F., Katani, J.Z., Mbeyale, G., Zahabu, E., Liwenga, E., Christopher, B.C 2012. Preliminary Assessment of Forest Structure, Management and Carbon Stocking in Tanzania Miombo Woodland.  In the Proceedings of the first Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation Programme Scientific Conference, held at Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2nd and 3rd January, 2012. 106-117.
  3. Mugasha, W.A., Eid, T., Bollandsås, O. M., Malimbwi, R.E., Chamshama, S.A.O., Zahabu, E., and Katani, J.Z. 2012 Allometric models for prediction of aboveground biomass of single trees in miombo woodlands in Tanzania. In the Proceedings of the first Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation Programme Scientific Conference, held at Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2nd and 3rd January, 2012. 8-17.
  4. Mbwambo, J.S., Ndelolia, D., Madalla, N., Mnembuka, B., Lamtane, H.A., Mwandya, A. W., and Zahabu, E. 2012 Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Among Coastal and Mangrove Dependent Communities: A Case of Bagamoyo District. In the Proceedings of the first Climate Change Impacts, Mitigation and Adaptation Programme Scientific Conference, held at Blue Pearl Hotel, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2nd and 3rd January, 2012.131-141.
  5. Skutsch, M, Zahabu, E and Karky, B (2009) Community forest management under REDD: policy conditions for equitable governance. In: Proceedings of the World Forest Congress, Buenos Aires, Oct 18-25
  6. Zahabu, E., and R.E. Malimbwi, 2008. The likely mechanism for implementing REDD policy in Tanzania. Proceeding of the Tanzania Association of Forester, Morogoro, Tanzania.
  7. Zahabu, E., Malimbwi, R.E., and Ngaga, Y.M., 2008. Carbon stocks and net benefits in selected forests under PFM arrangements in Tanzania and its potential in reducing rural poverty. Proceeding of the Tanzania Association of Forester, Morogoro, Tanzania.
  8. Zahabu, E., and R.E. Malimbwi, 2008. Participatory Forest Inventory: A solution to forest data scarcity in Tanzania. Proceeding of the Tanzania Mpingo Project, Morogoro, Tanzania.
  9. Zahabu, E, Malimbwi, R.E and Y. Ngaga (2005). Payments for Environmental Services as Incentive Opportunities for Catchment Forest Reserves Management in Tanzania. Paper presented to the Tanzania Association of  Foresters Meeting held at Karimjee Hall, Dar es Salaam, November 2005.
  10. Malimbwi, R.E, Zahabu, E, Madadi, L.M, Monela, G.C., Misana, S. and Jambiya, G.C. (2005). Tree Species Preference, Volume Estimation and Charcoal Kiln Efficiencies in Eastern Tanzania Miombo Woodlands. In: Proceedings of the Tanzania Association of Foresters Meeting held at Morogoro Hotel, October 2004.
  11. Malimbwi, R.E, Monela, G.C., Misana, S. and Jambiya, G. and Zahabu, E., (2000). Impact of Charcoal Extraction to the forest resources of Tanzania: The case of Kitulangalo Area, Tanzania. In: Proceedings of the first University-wide Scientific Conference held at the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), SUA from 5th-7th April 2000, pp. 386-406.
  12. Mugasha, A.G, Mgangamundo, M.A. and Zahabu, E. (2000) Is Maesopsis eminii a problem in East Usambara forests?. In: Elizabeth E. Lyons and Scott E. Miller (eds). Proceedings of a workshop on “Invasive Species of Eastern Africa” held at ICIPE, July 5th – 6th, 1999. 59-64 pp. www.biodiv.org/doc/meetings/cop/cop-05/information/cop-05-inf-33-en.pdf.
  13. Kajembe, G.C., Zahabu, E. and Mwendua, M. (2000). Indigenous Technical Knowledge as Reflected in the Management of Natural Resources in Tanzania. In: Professor A.S. Kauzeni, Local Knowledge for Food Security: Selected Papers on Experiences from Tanzania. Selected papers presented at the First National Workshop to the LinKS project (GCP/RAF/338/NOR), which took place at Tanesco Training Centre in Morogoro, 22-23 June 1999. LinKS Report No. 3. www.fao.org/sd/links/localknowl.PDF

Extension materials

  1. Malimbwi, R.E., Zahabu, E., Katani, J.Z., Mugasha, W., Mwembe, U., Luvanga, I.A., and Sunga, SD.S., 2013. Guidelines for Cultivation of Pyrethrum for Smallholder Farmers. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. 15 p ISBN 978-9673-2-2
  2. Malimbwi, R.E., Zahabu, E., Katani, J.Z., Mugasha, W., Mwembe, U., 2010. Woodlots Management Guidelines for Smallholder Farmers. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. 17 p ISSN 987-9987-640-55-3

Other Publications

  1. Zahabu, E., Eid, T., Kajembe, G. C., Mbwambo, L., Mongo, C., Sangeda, A.Z., Malimbwi, R. E.,Katani, J.Z., Kashaigili, J.J. and Luoga, E.J. 2009. Forestland tenure systems in Tanzania: an overview of policy changes in relation to forest management. INA-fagrapport no. 14, 24 pp.
  2. Skutsch, M.M., McCall, M.K., Kharky, B., Zahabu, E., and Peters-Guarin, G., 2009. Case Studies on Measuring and Assessing Forest Degradation. Community Measurement of Carbon Stock Change for REDD. FAO, FRA, working paper 156, Rome Italy.
  3. Zahabu, E. 2012. Progress on MRV for Tanzania. Tanzania Natural Resources Forum REDD Newsletter Issue No. 6 January, 2012. http://www.tnrf.org/reddnewsletter6#updates3
  4. Zahabu, E. and Malimbwi, R.E. (2009). Need for greater harmonization of forest carbon monitoring and verification for REDD. The Arc Journal issue No. 24, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. ISSN 0856-8715, 7-10 pp.
  5. Zahabu, E. and Jambiya, G. (2007). Community based forest management and carbon payments: Real possibilities for poverty reduction?. The Arc Journal issue No. 12., Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. ISSN 0856-8715, 25-27 pp.

RESEARCH PROJECTS

  1. Enhancing the measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) of forests in Tanzania through the application of advanced remote sensing techniques: Team Leader
  2. Development of biomass estimation models and carbon monitoring in selected vegetation types of Tanzania, Research under CCIAM Programme: Team Member
  3. Developing fire reduction strategy for the Miombo woodlands: Potential tool for carbon storage and sequestration Research under CCIAM Programme: Team Member
  4. Restoration of forests, carbon and livelihoods in Tanzania (2013-2016)- Team member
  5. Participatory Forest Carbon Monitoring Experiences from Angai Village Land Forest Reserves in Southern Tanzania (2012 –2012) – Team Member
  6. Developing Fire Reduction Strategy for Miombo Woodlands as a Potential Tool for Carbon Storage and Sequestration (2010-2014). Funded by Norwegian Government under CCIAM Programme (2010-2013) – Team Member
  7. Assessing the impact of forestland tenure changes on forest resources and rural livelihoods in Tanzania. Funded by Norwegian Government (2007-2012) – Team Member
  8. Charcoal Potential in Southern Africa (CHAPOSA) project. 1999-2001. Team Member

CONSULTANCIES

  1. Carrying out forest inventory and harvesting planning for Namatunu Village Land Forest Reserve in Nachingwea District. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. January – May 2015.
  2. Coordinated Advocacy for biomass friendly governance of the energy sector in Tanzania: Potentials, limitations & impacts of Biomass Energy in Tanzania. The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), February 2014 – May 2014
  3. Reviewing Management plans for 15 Forest plantations under the Tanzania Forest Services (TFS). June – September 2013
  4. Development of REDD+ Training Institute for SADC. The Southern African Development Community/ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Inter. Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) 2015
  5. Environmental and Social Safeguards of REDD+ Linking to Scenario of Land and Climate Change in the Tanzania. WWF, Tanzania Country Office 2014
  6. Facilitation of the national training workshop for extension services and local communities on Rapid Carbon Stock Appraisal (RaCSA) in in Wondogenet College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Hawassa University, Ethiopia organized by African Forest Forum November, 11-14 2013.
  7. Facilitation of the national training workshop for extension services and local communities on Rapid Carbon Stock Appraisal (RaCSA) in in Kitwe Zambia, organized by African Forest Forum November, 11-14 2013.
  8. Provision of consultancy service for the administrative and logistical arrangement, assist in identification and selection of participants, plan the training session including choice of relevant local institution to work with and the trainees use the training module developed in 2012 on climate change by African Forestry Forum (AFF) to implement training under AFF, Nairobi, Kenya
  9. Facilitation of the workshop on Training and Research Needs on Climate Change for the Eastern and Southern African Countries held in Nairobi, Kenya, during 12 to 16 November 2012. African Forestry Forum Nairobi, Kenya
  10. Baseline study of the Eastern Arc Forests. Eastern Arc Mountain Endowment Fund Dec 2012.
  11. Measuring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Expert to the Forestry and Beekeeping Division of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, under the FAO UN-REDD Tanzania programme, 2011-2012
  12. Improving smallholder livelihoods through woodlots management:  an adaptation to climate variability & change in Makete District, Tanzania. The UNEP/UNDP Climate Change and Development: Adapting by Reducing Vulnerability (CC DARE) programme, 2011. Phase Two. ­ Team Member
  13. Improving smallholder livelihoods through woodlots management:  an adaptation to climate variability & change in Makete District, Tanzania. The UNEP/UNDP Climate Change and Development: Adapting by Reducing Vulnerability (CC DARE) programme, 2010. Phase One. ­ Team Member
  14. Capacity building needs assessments in undertaking vulnerability assessments and implementing adaptation measures for stakeholders at local, district, regional and national level. The Climate Change and Development project of IUCN Eastern and Southern Africa Regional Office Programme in Tanzania, 2010 ­ Team Member
  15. Identifying Carbon Trading Opportunities for the Private Forestry and Carbon Trading Project in Southern Tanzania, under the Finish Funding, INDOFOR, June, 2011.
  16. Conduct indepth study on Existing REDD Related Carbon Trade and Marketing Opportunities in Tanzania, REDD Secretariat 2010
  17. Mapping Data Needs for National Forest Resources Monitoring and Assessment (NAFORMA). FBD/FAO, 2009
  18. Identification of current trends in benefits capture and negative spin-offs from four carbon-based PES projects and two non-CDM arrangements in Tanzania. CIFOR and Katoomba Group 2008.
  19. Situation analysis of charcoal sector in Dar es Salaam: charcoal supply and consumption. WWF Tanzania Programme Office, Dar Es Salaam (2007).
  20. Forest Area Baseline For The Eastern Arc Mountains: Conservation & Management of the Eastern Arc Mountain Forests: Eastern Arc Mountains Strategy (GEF/UNDP:00015426) (2006).
  21. Forest Inventory In Eleven Districts Of Southern Highlands And Eastern Zones Of Tanzania. FBD/ World Bank. (2005).
  22. Key External Underlying Threats to Dry Forests in Sub-Saharan Africa, The Case of Tanzania. The Effects of Urbanization and Climate Change on Forests and People: For The Center For International Forestry Research (Cifor), Jalan Cifor, Situ Gede, Sindangbarang, Bogor, Indonesia. November, 2004.
  23. Reconnaissance Inventory of Chome Forest Reserve and Collaborative Management Recommendations, Same District (2000). Kilimanjaro Region Catchment Forest Project, Forest and Beekeeping Division Dar es salaam.
  24. Malimbwi, R.E., Mugasha, A.G and E. Zahabu (1998). Volume and yield tables development for Pinus patula, P. eliotii and Eucalyptus saligna at Sao Hill forest plantations Tanzania. Forest and Beekeeping Division Dar es salaam.

SUPERVISION OF STUDENTS’ RESEARCH PROJECTS

Degree Programme

Number of students supervised

Undergraduate programmes

24

Masters’ programmes

12

PhD programme

5