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EVALUATION OF FACTORS INFLUENCING SEAWEED FARMING IN JAMBIANI VILLAGE IN UNGUJA ISLAND, ZANZIBAR
(Pwani Unversity, 2018-01-05)
Commercial seaweed farming in Zanzibar started in 1989 with a steady increase over the years. The benefits of seaweed notwithstanding, its production has generally declined. This study sought to find out the factors that ...
EVALUATION OF POPULATION STATUS AND FORAGING ECOLOGY OF SABLE ANTELOPE (Hippotragus niger roosevelti – Heller, 1910 ) IN SHIMBA HILLS NATIONAL RESERVE, KENYA
(Pwani Unversity, 2018-04-07)
The Sable antelope (Hippotragus niger roosevelti- Heller, 1910) is endemic to Shimba Hills National Reserve (SHNR) in Kenya. In the past few decades its population has declined considerably. Despite the alarming decline ...
IMPACT OF RING NET FISHERIES ON EXPLOITED FISH STOCKS AND HABITATS WITHIN THE INSHORE MARINE WATERS OF KILIFI, KENYA
(Pwani University, 2018-04)
Ring nets are small modification of purse seines used along the Kenyan coastline for pelagic fishing. Introduction of the gears from Pemba, Zanzibar in Tanzania in 1990s has since caused resource-use conflicts associated ...