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2005 Publications in Refereed Journals



1. Kamukuru, A.T. Hecht, T. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Effects of exploitation on age, growth and mortality of the blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Lutjanidae) in Mafia Island, Tanzania. Journal of Fisheries Management and Ecology, 12: 45-55.

2. Lugendo, B.R., Pronker, A., Cornelissen, I., de Groene, A., Nagelkerken, I., Dorenbosch, M., der Velde, G., and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Habitat utilisation by juveniles of commercially important fish species in a marine embayment in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Aquatic Living Resources, 18: 149-158.

3. Mfilinge PL, Meziane T, Bachok Z, Tsuchiya M. (2005) Litter dynamics and particulate organic matter outwelling from a subtropical mangrove in Okinawa Island, South Japan. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 63:301-313.

4. Mfilinge PL, Meziane T, Bachok Z, Tsuchiya M. (2005) Total lipid and fatty acid classes in decomposing mangrove leaves of Bruguiera gymnorrhiza and Kandelia candel: significance with respect to lipid input. Journal of Oceanography 61:613-622.

5. Lugomela, C., Soderback, E. and Bjork, M. (2005). Photosynthesis rates in cyanobacteria dominated sub-tidal biofilms near Zanzibar, Tanzania. Estuarine, Costal and Shelf Science, 63: 439-446.

6. Muzuka, A.N.N., Machiwa, J.F., Lugomela, C. (2005). Recent trends in accumulation rate, elemental and isotopic composition of organic matter in the Magu Bay, Lake Victoria. Tanzania Journal of Science 31(1): 23-34.

7. Arakaki, T., H. Fujimura, A. M. Hamdun, K. Okada, H. Kondo, and T. Oomori, Simultaneous Measurement of Hydrogen Peroxide and Fe Species (Fe (II)and Fe (tot) ) in Okinawa Island Seawater: Impact of Red Soil Pollution, Journal of Oceanography, 61,pp. 561-568 (2005).

8. Taylor, H, Appleton, J.D, Lister, R., Smith, B., Chitamweba, D., Mkumbo, O., Machiwa, J.F., Tesha, A.L. and Beinhoff, C. 2005. Environmental assessment of mercury contamination from the Rwamagasa artisanal gold mining centre, Geita District, Tanzania. Science of the Total Environment 343: 111-133

9. Machiwa J.F. 2005. Metals in Nile perch (Lates niloticus) and Suspended ParticulateMatter from Lake Victoria, Tanzania. Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part A 40 (9): 1809 -1822.

10. Tamatamah, R.A., Hecky, R.E, and Duthie, H.C., 2005. The atmospheric deposition of phosphorus in Lake Victoria (East Africa). Biogeochemistry 73: 325-433

11. Tamatamah, R.A., 2005. Phosphorus sorption in relation to soil grain size and geochemical composition in the Simiyu and Kagera basins, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Science 31 (2): 31-40.

12. Amir, O.A., Bergren, P., Ndaro, S.G.M. and Narrimani, J. 2005. Feeding Ecology of the Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin, Tursiops aduncus Incidentally caught in Gillnet Fisheries in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 63: 429-437pg.

13. Kamukuru, A.T. (2005) Using otolith weight to estimate total mortality of blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Lutjanidae) at Mafia Island, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 4: 211-217.

2005 Books and Chapters in Books



(a) Books

(b) Chapters in Books

1. Pokorny J., Prikryl, I., Faina, R., Kansiime, F., Kaggwa, R.C., Kipkemboi, J., Kitaka, N., Denny, P., Bailey, R.G., Lamtane, H.A. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Will fish pond management principles from the temperate zone work in tropical fingerponds? In: J. Vymazal (Editor), Natural and Constructed Wetlands: Nutrients, Metals and Management. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 382-399.

2. Ba, M., Berraho, A., Bodiguel, C., Cunningham, S., and Mgaya, Y., 2005. Coastal and Marine Fisheries: Towards a New Vision for the Exploitation and Sustainable Management of Africa Fishery Resources. Technical Review Paper. NEPAD Fish for All Summit, 22-25 August 2005, Abuja, Nigeria. WorldFish Center, Cairo, Egypt. 30 pp.

3. Sallema, R.E. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Assessment of factors affecting growth rate of Terebralia palustris L. at Mbweni channel and Mbweni beach mangrove forest. In: Ngoile, M.A.K., Muheto, R.N., Khatibu, F.H., Mapinduzi, A.L. and Maro, P.S. (Editors), Agriculture, Environment and Poverty Eradication in Tanzania. Environmental Sustainability Technical Report 1. National Environment Management Council, Dar es Salaam, pp. 106-116.

4. Roitenbeek, J. Hewawasam, I and Ngoile M. (eds.). 2005. Blueprint 2050: Sustaining the Marine Environment in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. World Bank 125 p.