SUA Institutional Repository

Welcome to the Sokoine University of Agriculture Institutional Repository (SUA IR). This repository was built and is maintained by the university library (Sokoine National Agricultural Library-SNAL), in order to collect, preserve and disseminate scholarly output generated by University research community (staff and students) members. This repository hosts a variety of openly accessible materials including: scholarly articles and books, theses and dissertations, conference proceedings and technical reports. For assistance about depositing your research output in the repository click here, SUA IR Policy click here or any queries contact us at dkm.snal@suanet.ac.tz

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  • Makungu, Modesta; (Tanzania Veterinary Journal, 2017)
    The objective of this study was to describe the normal radiographic anatomy of the thorax in sheep and to provide reference ranges for clinical use. Radiography of the thorax was performed in six East African blackheaded ...
  • Katani, J. Z.; Babili, I. H. (Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2012)
    This chapter explores forest governance in Tanzania. It is based on a literature review of the governance concept in general and an analysis of selected case studies – Suledo, Duru-Haitemba ...
  • Chasama, G.; Babu, A.; Makungu, M.; Kirita, E.; Mwangosi, I. (Tanzania Veterinary Journal, 2017)
    A study was carried out in Maswa, Tanzania to explore potential avenues for stimulating expansion in hides and skins processing. One hundred and eighteen respondents were interviewed and the gathered information analysed ...
  • Mugasha, W. A.; Woiso, D.A.; Katani, J. Z. (Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, Dar es Salaam, 2017)
    Forest ecosystems are increasingly being recognized for their important role in climate change mitigation because of their ability to regulate the carbon cycle. As a result, national and global initiatives such as ...
  • Woiso, D. N.; Katani, J. Z.; Abdallah, J. M. (Mkuki na Nyota Publishers Ltd, Dar es Salaam, 2017)
    This chapter is about the concept of, current status of, and factors influencing Participatory Forest Management (PFM). The link between PFM and climate change is also described. Some examples are provided of how PFM is ...

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