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  • Wagner, Greg M. (Western Indian Ocean Journal, 2007)
    The Dar es Salaam seascape contains a variety of interacting coastal and marine ecosystems that support diverse resources, upon which human life has depended for centuries. This paper applies the UNEP Human-Environment ...
  • Skutsch, Margaret M.; Torres, Arturo Balderas; Mwampamba, Tuyeni; Ghilardi, Adrian; Herold, Martin (Bio Medical Central, 2011)
    The paper reviews a number of challenges associated with reducing degradation and its related emissions through national approaches to REDD+ under UNFCCC policy. It proposes that in many countries, it may in the short ...
  • Munishi, Linus K; Lema, Anza A; Ndakidemi, Patrick A (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013-11-27)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to show how climatic change in Africa is expected to lead to a higher occurrence of severe droughts in semiarid and arid ecosystems. Understanding how crop productions react to such ...
  • Njaidi, Rehema (MJUMITA, 2012)
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  • McRoberts, R. E.; Tomppo, E. O.; Vibrans, A. C.; de Freitas, J. V. (2013-06)
    Forests contribute substantially to maintaining the global greenhouse gas balance, primarily because among the five economic sectors identified by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, only the forestry ...
  • Hasselmann, K. (The International Meteorological Institute in Stockholm, 2013-09)
    Detecting and responding to climate change are two interrelated aspects of an important activity that Bert Bolin strongly promoted: the communication between scientists, the public and policy makers. The demonstration ...
  • Agrawala, Shardul; Moehner, Annett; Hemp, Andreas; Aalst, Maarten van; Hitz, Sam; Smith, Joel; Meena, Hubert; Mwakifwamba, Stephen M; Hyera, Tharsis; Mwaipopo, Obeth U (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2003)
    This report presents the integrated case study for Tanzania carried out under an OECD project on Development and Climate Change. The report is structured around a three-tiered framework. First, recent climate trends and ...
  • Yanda, P.; Bird, N. (Overseas Development Institute (ODI), 2015-06)
    International publicly-sourced climate finance is not being consistently reported in Tanzania, partly caused by the challenge of classifying such expenditure. Communication within the government administration, and between ...
  • Molua, Ernest L. (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2012)
    Sustainable agriculture is central to the development challenges of the Central African sub-region. It is the nexus for achieving the Millennium Development Goals. The Congo basin in the central African sub-region stores ...
  • Mutagwaba, Severinus Justinian (Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), 2010)
    Lake Burigi wetland forms part of Burigi Game Reserve (GR) hence an important water source for wildlife. Besides, it is connected to trans-boundary ecosystems in northern Tanzania and constitutes the Burigi-Biharamulo ...
  • Hassan, I. H.; Mdemu, M. V.; Shemdoe, R. S.; Stordal, F. (Scientific Research Publishing, 2014-07)
    This study focused on identifying drought patterns particularly during the growing seasons along the coastal zone of Tanzania in order to facilitate the determination of drought impacts on forest Ecosystem. The growing ...
  • Hassan, Iddi H.; Mdemu, Makarius V.; Shemdoe, Riziki S.; Stordal, Frode (Scientific Research Publishing, 2014-07-02)
    This study focused on identifying drought patterns particularly during the growing seasons along the coastal zone of Tanzania in order to facilitate the determination of drought impacts on forest Ecosystem. The growing ...
  • Mdemu, M; Kashaigili, J.J; Lupala, J.; Levira, P.; Liwenga, E.; Nduganda, A.; Mwakapuja, F. (CCIAM, 2012-01)
    Urban growth contributes to land use and land cover changes in protected forest reserves primarily through conversion of peri-urban areas into settlements, agriculture and unsustainable harvesting of ecosystem services to ...
  • Jarso, James Forole (American University Washington College of Law, 2012)
    Climate change cannot be addressed by a single nation. We must lay emphasis on a regional approach since whatever happens in our individual nations affects the entire region. This means that we must act both individually ...
  • Moore, Nathan; Olson, Jennifer; Andresen, Jeffrey; Yanda, Pius; Qi, Jiaguo; Alagarswamy, Gopal; Gopal, Bryan; Thornton, Philip; Lofgren, Brent (Climatic Change Journal, 2011-06-10)
    Climate change impacts food production systems, particularly in locations with large, vulnerable populations. Elevated greenhouse gases (GHG), as well as land cover/land use change (LCLUC), can influence regional climate ...
  • Minja, Gileard S. (European Scientific Journal, 2015)
    Abstract The study assessed social-economic and ecological implications of climate change and variability on tourism in Kilimanjaro National Park and adjacent communities. Specifically the study analyzed ecological and ...
  • Prajapati, Santosh Kumar (IAEES, 2012-03-10)
    Atmospheric particulate matter is a mixture of diverse elements. Deposition of particulate matter to vegetated surfaces depends on the size distribution of these particles and, to a lesser extent, on the chemistry. Effects ...
  • Yusuph, A. (Sokoine University of Agriculture, 2014)
    Climate Smart Agriculture practices are climate change impact adaptation options which have been emphasized in REDD+ villages in Kilosa District, but the cost and benefits of particular CSA practices are not well known ...
  • Domingues, Sérgio Augusto (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2012-04-04)
    UNESCO-MAB biosphere reserves are composed of 580 sites distributed in 112 countries. The ecosystems comprising these sites are of global importance because of their biodiversity and endemism levels as well as because ...
  • Galeotti, Marzio; Roson, Roberto (Canadian Center of Science and Education, 2012-05-01)
    This study presents new estimates of economic impacts of climate change for Italy and other countries, obtained with a full-fledged Integrated Assessment Model (ENVISAGE), developed at the World Bank. This model ...

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