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  • This Community is dedicated to all publications emanated from the Department of Tourism Management
  • This Community is dedicated to all publications emanated from the Department of Wildlife Management

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  • Lasway, Julius; Kinabo, Neema; Mremi, Rudolf; Martin, Emanuel H.; Nyakunga, Oliver C.; Sanya, John J.; Rwegasira, Gration M.; Lesio, Nicephor; Gideon, Hulda; Pauly, Alain; Eardley, Connal; Peters, Marcell K.; Peterson, Andrew T.; Steffan-Dewenter, Ingolf; Njovu, Henry K. (Biodiversity Data Journal, 2021-08)
    Bees (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila) are the most important group of pollinators with about 20,507 known species worldwide. Despite the critical role of bees in providing pollination services, studies aiming at ...
  • Kisasembe, Richard Aloyce (African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 2022-04)
    Tourism is one of the fastest-growing industries in the world today. In Tanzania, a large percentage of tourism development relies on wildlife resources, resulting in tremendous pressure on the biological hotspot. ...
  • Melubo, Kokel; Kisasembe, Richard (Aylor & Francis Group, 2020-08)
    In 2018, over 32,000 Chinese tourists visited Tanzania. Due to Tanzania’s unique and distinct attractions, enhanced tourism promo- tion and marketing, and improved flight access, the total number of Chinese visitors is ...
  • Matata, Maria T.; Kegamba, Juma J.; Mremi, Rudolf; Eustace, Abraham (Elsevier, 2022-09)
    Human-wildlife conflict (HWC) is a serious threat to communities living proximal to wildlife areas. Understanding the attitudes of local communities toward HWC management is critical for planning and designing effective ...
  • Pierce, Simon; Negreiros, Danie; Buffa, Gabriella; Luzzaro, Alessandra; Fernandes2, Geraldo Wilson; Slaviero, Antonio; Nyakunga, Oliver C. (Functional Ecology, 2016-11)
    A common framework for the comparison of organism function within and between ecosystems world-wide can potentially be achieved using the continuous variation evi dent along spectra of functional (adaptive) traits. ...

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