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  • McCauley, Douglas J.; Salkeld, Daniel J.; Young, Hillary S.; Makundi, Rhodes; Dirzo, Rodolfo; Eckerlin, Ralph P.; Lambin, Eric F.; Gaffikin, Lynne; Barry, Michele; Helgen, Kristofer M. (American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2015)
    Understanding the effects of land-use change on zoonotic disease risk is a pressing global health concern. Here, we compare prevalence of Yersinia pestis, the etiologic agent of plague, in rodents across two land-use ...
  • Kashaigili, J.J. (SUA, 2010)
    The Usangu wetland (Ihefu) is a wetland of great importance for its biodiversity and acts as regulator for downstream flows for the Great Ruaha River through the Ruaha National Park. While recognizing the importance of ...
  • Yawson, D.K.; Kachroo, R.K.; Kashaigili, J.J. (SUA, 2003)
    Four possible causes for the failure of the Mtera-Kidatu Reservoir System within the Rufiji River Basin in Tanzania in the early 1990s were investigated. These were sudden decrease in inflows, sudden increase in losses, ...
  • Pittock, J.; Padgham, J.; Kashaigili, J. J.; Rodriguez, A.; Ebert, S. (SUA, 2009)
    This paper assesses adaptation in the freshwater sector to derive lessons on what motivated societies to change, which factors led to more successful adaptation, and how interventions may best be sustained. We compared ...
  • Meya, Akida I.; Mamiro, Delphina P.; Kusolwa, Paul (Asian Journal of Plant Science and Research, 2015)
    A study to determine field performance of tomato late blight disease resistant-variety was conducted during long rain seasons of the years 2011/2012 and 2012/2013 at the Crop Museum of Sokoine University of Agriculture, ...