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Student Research


1.Damiano F.DodayAssessment of the partheniumhysterophorous infestation and its associated impact on herbaceous plantsLongido Game Controlled Area
2.Doreen G MungureDiurnal activity pattern of the endemic Udzungwa red colobus monkey (Procolobusgordonorum) parkUdzungwa Mountain National
3.Dorice MvukiyeImpact of alien invasive plants on bees diversityRau Forest Reserve, Moshi- Kilimanjaro
4.Edwin WamburaSaboraInfluence of land use on habitat preference and distribution pattern of the land snail (Placostylusalbersi)Mweka Village, Moshi
5.Jennifer UrioOccupational trend of artificial nest box by cavity-nesting birdsKINAPA, Tchibo Coffee Plantation and, Mweka Mixed Farming, Kilimanjaro
6.Kamana J NiganyaAssessment of the factors influencing the magnitude of the impacts ofLantana camaraonthe natural vegetationRau Forest Reserve, Moshi- Kilimanjaro
7.Kefa N. ChangaraweDetermination of niche partition between blue monkey and black-and-white Colobus monkey Rau Forest Reserve, Moshi- Kilimanjaro
8.Kulwa B. MoranyaIs the presence of olive baboon at Loduare gate time-specific?Loduare Gate, Ngorongoro Conservation Area
9.Lolian KosyandoEffectiveness of mitigation measures for human-wildlife conflict in Enduimet wildlife management Kitenden, Tingatinga And Ngereiyani Villages
10.Angel Humphrey MasakiHerbarium collections deposited at Mweka College: understanding their distribution, conservation status and collection effortsMweka College
11.Kelvin G MushiLocal community awareness about eco-tourism Around Mt Meru Forest Reserve, Arusha
12.Devis Mjuni KahabukaAssessment of promotional strategies used by tour companies in marketing tourist productsArusha City
13.Esther VicentKimarioAssessment of the influence of e-marketing use in small and medium tourism enterprisesArusha City
14.Nzembi JamesPerceived negative economic impacts ofcovid-19 in hotels and Tour companies Arusha City
15.Abubakari R. KahanaAnthropogenic disturbance effects on anurans species inhabiting riparian systemsSouthern Slope of Mt. Kilimanjaro
16.Ellen KasakaPonsianAssessment of knowledge and perceptions of local communities on opportunities and challenges facing beekeeping activities Around Rau Forest Reserve
17.Erick Michael SwaiImpact of grazing intensity on bees diversityLongido Game Controlled Area
18.Amani Joseph MassoroImpacts of anthropogenic activities on the riparian zone ofWeruweru river In Kilimanjaro region, TanzaniaWeruweru River in Kilimanjaro
19.Rowland.M. KagoroPerceived economic impacts of covid-19 to mountain crew Mountain Kilimanjaro
20.Jerson Acio Inacio ChirindzaCrop damage by birds A case study ofMabogini village Mabogini Village
21.Gladness Brighton MutiganziAssessment of the influence of urbanization on the birds' species in Moshi municipalMoshi Municipal
22.Mariam Atang'aThe role of tourism in utilizing agricultural productsMagadini and Barabarani Villages an Mto wa Mbu Ward
23.RajabuYahya MusaImpacts ofthe public road on ground-dwelling arthropod communities Ngorongoro Conservation Area
24.Ms Elizabeth A. PaschalAssessment of the lake Duluti ecosystem health using amphibians as bio-indicatorLake Duluti Forest Reserve
25.Naomi M. NjarabiAssessment of abundance and diversity of terrestrial invertebrate Kwakuchinja
26.Maria T. MatataThe perception of local communities toward electric fencing as a management tool to human-elephant conflictWestern Serengeti
27.Adam MohamedPerceived economic impacts of covid-19 to small tourism-based enterprises in northern circuit TanzaniaCurio Shops in MtoWaMbu Town
28.Robert M. DionizAssessment of preferred occurrences by lizards between natural and human-modified habitatRau Forest Reserve and MjiMpya, Moshi
29.Bulukay Rikoyan KoseyAssessment of the economic impacts of COVID-19 pandemic to cultural tourism in the northern tourism circuit ofTanzaniaKilimanjaro and Arusha region
30.Kelvin M. Loing'ovaBirds diversity in different land uses Kitenden Wildlife Corridor
31.Sospeter Yared MazengoAssessment of library resources contribution in supporting law enforcement and policy modulesMWEKA
32.Joseph BulubaKulwaSocial dimension on the infestation ofpartheniumhysterophorus to local communities in selected grazing and farming areas Kilimanjaro and Arusha, Tanzania
33.Enock Marwa NyakebokoActivity pattern of the Blue monkey (cercopithecusmitisstuhlmanni) Machame Gate of Kilimanjaro
34.Justine Mgendi GideonThe effectiveness ofmagadi bush (suaedamonoica) control methods in Namalok nature reserve.Namalok Nature Reserve
35.Mtabuzi KilongoziAssessment of Mt. Kilimanjaro porters' perception toward non-government porters' organizationsKilimanjaro and Arusha regions
36.Johnson MalisaContribution of non-timber forest products on the livelihoods of local communitiesKilimanjaro National Park
37.Elifuraha EliaminiImpacts of grazing ungulates on the vegetation structure in small Serengeti Arusha National Park (ANAPA)
38.Arnold Emmanuel KwitemaDiversity And Feeding Guilds Of Ground Dwelling Invertebrates In Disturbed And Undisturbed Riparian Vegetation Sungu River Of Moshi, Kilimanjaro
39.Florida DawsonThe diurnal activity pattern ofAfrican rock python in captivityMeserani Snake Park, Arusha
40.Michael. I. NdoinyoFeeding behaviourof olive baboons (Papioanubis) in semi – provisioned EnvironmentNgorongoro Conservation Area
41.Nyakutanwa William PambaAssessment of perches used by the long-tailed cormorant for basking at lake DulutiLake Duluti, Arusha
42.Christina J. MgonjaVegetation cover as refuge for ground-dwelling organisms from common fiscal shrike (Laniuscollaris)Mweka Kilimanjaro
43.Kelvin I. KezilahabiBee diversity between farmlands and protected area Arusha National Park and Adjacent Ngongongare Village Farmlands
44.Thomson KahezaAssessment of perch selection on foraging behaviourof common fiscal shrike Around Mweka Campus
45.Daudi MihamboThe use of indigenous plants in treatment of human respiratory diseases
46.Daniel Peter KessyThe role of water users in conservation of catchment forest on the southern slopes of mountain KilimanjaroMountain Kilimanjaro
47.John J. NgandakuAssessment of diurnal activity pattern ofNile crocodile in captivity Kaole Mamba Ranch-Bagamoyo
48.Einot C. KivuyoExamining economic impacts of zoonotic diseases to livestock keepers adjacent Tarangire national parkTarangire National Park
49.Isolda Judite ChauqueContribution of local food-tourism to the local community livelihood, a case ofMoshi and Hai districtsMoshi And Hai Districts
50.Chesco Afred MwanyowaImpacts of human activities on Rau ForestReserve (RFR)Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
51.Shelzia Milena MuchangaDiurnal activity pattern of kirk's dik-dik (Madoquakirkii)Arusha National Park
52.Ester MatikuAssessment of effectiveness of the local communities involved in land uses planning process at Ngorongoro conservation areaNgorongoro Conservation Area
53.Tatu Abush ShaibuParticipation of local people in the management ofBurunge Wildlife Management AreaBurunge Wildlife Management Area
54.Leslie MuhindoSurviving amidst the COVID-19 pandemic: a case of safari tour operators in Arusha, TanzaniaArusha, Tanzania
55.Vicky M. MeikasiHuman–yellow baboon conflicts in villages neighbouring Saadani national parkSaadani National Park
56.Veronica E DumaInfluence of group size and vegetation type in giraffe activities in Lake Manyara National ParkLake Manyara National Park
57.Magreth Ernest LemaComparison of millipede abundance and diversity between cultivated and uncultivated land (Machare coffee plantation and shamba la bibi)MachareCofee Plantation And Shamba La Bibi
58.Fares Mayengela KabakaThe influence of altitude on species density of Athalia species of sawflies in the southern slope of mountain KilimanjaroSouthern Slope Of Mountain Kilimanjaro
59.Valerius GaraseThe contribution of Maasai culture to tourism developmentBarabarani Village in MtoWaMbu Ward
60.Norbert Rafael ShikuziLocal communities perceptions of tourism development MtoWaMbu Ward
61.Magreth G SangaAssessment of tipping behaviour in tourism activitiesKilimanjaro National Park
62.Nyakutunwa William PambaAssessment of perches used by the long-tailed cormorant for basking at lake DulutiLake Duluti
63.Denis D MushiComparison of diversity of ground-dwelling invertebrates between disturbed area and undisturbed areaWest Kilimanjaro Plantation And Machare Coffees Plantation
64.Glory Elias LetayoPerceptions of local community on government's plan to establish wildlife butchers in TanzaniaMugumu Town In Mara Region
65.Peter ArushiAssessment of forest birds species along riverUbwe River Kilimanjaro
66.Imani Mosses NyambureAssessment of bee pollinators' diversity in organic and inorganic coffee plantation in Kilimanjaro regionKilimanjaro
67.Cornas P KapingaAltitudinal variation on diversity of macro-invertebrate species along the slope of Sungu streamSungu village, Moshi
68.Robert P AnatoryAssessment of management approaches of fish conservationNyumbaYaMungu
69.Ally M RamadhanInfluence of altitude on flies species (Calliphoridae family) diversityalong the southern slope of Mount Kilimanjaro TanzaniaKINAPA
70.Daud MihamboThe use of indigenous plants in treatment of human respiratory disease and the likely conservation impact in Siha districtSiha District
71.Msika G RukongeThe effects of pest control methods on the diversity of dipteransMachareCofee Estate and KiboCofee Plantations
72.Charles LuchagulaUse of nest boxes by non-bird species in different land usesKINAPA
73.Anold E KwitemaDiversity And Feeding Guilds Of Ground Dwelling Invertebrates In Distribute And Undisturbed Riparian VegetationAlong Sungu River Of MoshiSungu River, Moshi
74.Chris MbalilakiAssessment of social-economic consequences of mesquite tree (Prosopisjuliflora) control towards local community in oria villageOria Village
75.Uwezeye MonicaAssessing conservation benefits to the local communitiesKilmanjaro National Park
76.Ewuma PeterThe contribution of tourism to environmental conservationKiboshoMashariki Ward, Moshi Rural Distric
77.Acidri DeoPerceptions of the tourism stakeholders towards wildfire occurrence at Kilimanjaro national parkKINAPA

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