Sokoine University of Agriculture

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism

College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism

Recent Submissions

  • Maduka, S. M.; Chamshama, S. A. O.; Msogoya, T. J. (College of Forestry, Wildlife and Tourism, 2017)
    Large-scale planting of Olea welwitschii has been hampered by availability of viable seeds. This study compared the establishment potential of seedlings propagated using stem cuttings and seeds based on their morphological ...
  • Mugasha, W. A.; Kashindye, A.; Katani, J. Z.; Giliba, R. A.; Kingwere, S. R. J.; Zahabu, E. (E&D Vision Publishing Limited, 2019-05-01)
    Forest resource assessment is fundamental in decision making to provide essential data and information for forest managers and decision makers to ensure sustainable forest management. This chapter has described objectives ...
  • Pfeifer, C.; Morris, J.; Soka, G.; Moses, E. A.; Mkiramweni, N. P.; Omari, A.; Msoka, E.; Kahamba, J. S.; Sengelela, M. L.; Mdoembazi, H.; Massawe, B. H. J.; Mahimbo, O. (2018-09)
    This report presents the design for and preliminary results from the second ResLeSS workshop in Tanzania. The workshop is focused around the development of socio-economic indicators that are shared between stakeholders, ...
  • Matowo, G. S.; Sangeda, A. Z.; Katani, J. Z. (International Scholars Journals, 2019-05-19)
    Miombo woodlands support livelihoods of more than 100 million rural and urban dwellers by providing them with a wide range of products and services. Concurrently, Miombo shelters more than 10000 plants and animal species ...
  • 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. ...

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