Published Journal Papers/ Books 2015/16

SEST

1.    Kihampa, C., Shemdoe, R.S., and Hanghome, M., (2015). Trace Metal Pollution in Surface Water and Sedimentation of Mountain River in East Africa Countries: Elixir Pollution 88: 36160-36165

2.    Kihampa, C. and Kihampa, H. H., (2015). Environmental and Public Health Risks associated with Chemical wastes from research and educational laboratories in Dar es Salaam Tanzania: Journal of Chemical Health  and Safety 22: 19-25

3.    Mwaikambo, E., Abbas, R., and Hagai, M. (2015) Modeling Cost Estimations for Accessing Spatial Data Using Fuzzy Logic and Time-driven Activities based on Costing in the Context of NSDI. Journal of Spatial Science 60(1): 137-157

4.    Mohamed H, Clasen T, Njee. R.M. Malebo H.M. Mbuligwe S and Brown J. (2016). Microbiological effectiveness of household water treatment technologies under field use conditions in rural Tanzania.Tropical Medicine & International Health (TM & IH) ISSN 1365-3156, 4.    21(1): 33–40

5.    Kiunsi R (2016). Cities on a Finite Planet: Towards Transformative Responses to Climate Change the case of Dar es Salaam. In Sheridan Bartlett, David Satterthwaite (Eds) Cities on a Finite Planet: Towards Transformative Responses to Climate Change. Routledge, 14 Apr 2016 - 5.    Business & Economics - 306 pages

6.    Shemdoe R. S., Kassenga,G. and Mbuligwe,S. (2015). Implementing climate change adaptation and mitigation interventions at the local government levels in Tanzania: where do we start?Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 13:32-41

7.    Tumaini yarumba, Stephen Mbuligwe, Fredrick Salukele (2015): Insuring Disaster Risks in Tanzania: Challenges and Opportunities. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting 6(7):255 -261

8.    Mohamed, H., Clasen, T., Njee, R. M., Malebo, H. M., Mbuligwe, S. and Brown, J. (2015) Microbiological Effectiveness of Household Water Treatment Technologies under Field Use Conditions in Rural Tanzania. Tropical medicine & international health : TM & IH. ISSN 1365-3156

9.    Mahenge, A.S.  (2014), Modelling of Nitrogen Transformation and Removal in a Constructed Mangrove Wetland.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

10.    Sabai, S.M.M., Lichtenberg, J.J.N., Egmond, E.L.C., Cox, M.G.D.M., and Mato, R.R. (2014), Sustainable Approach for Recycling Construction and Demolition Waste into Building Materials in Tanzania.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

11.    Salukele, F. (2014), Feasibility of Application of Anaerobic Landfill Bioreactors in Tanzania.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

12.    Mwegoha, W.J.S., and Kihampa, C., Assessment of Effectiveness of Poultry Egg Shells in the Removal of Lead Ions from Contaminated Water.Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

13.    Kihampa, C., Shemdoe, R.S., and Hanghome, M., (2015). Trace Metal Pollution in Surface Water and Sedimentation of Mountain River in East Africa Countries: Elixir Pollution 88: 36160-36165

14.    Kihampa, C. and Kihampa, H. H., (2015). Environmental and Public Health Risks associated with Chemical wastes from research and educational laboratories in Dar es Salaam Tanzania: Journal of Chemical Health  and Safety 22: 19-25

IHSS

1.    Shemdoe, R.S., and Mwanyoka, I., (2015). Natural Resources Base Conflicts and their Gender Impacts in the selected Farming and Pastoral Communities in Tanzania. International Journal of African and Asian Studies 15: 83-87

2.    Shemdoe, R. (2015): Towards integration of sustainable environmental and biodiversity conservation in secondary schools students extra-curricular in Tanzania: Where do we start? International Journal of African and Asian Studies, ISSN 2409-6938

3.    Ngware, N. M. (2015) Solid Waste Management in Dar es Salaam City: Understanding Roles, Levels and Collaboration among stakeholders

4.    Shemdoe, R. S. (2015): Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Community Adaptation Strategies in Dry and Coastal Areas of Tanzania

5.    Shemdoe R. (2016) REDD+ benefit sharing under models tested by Pilot projects in Tanzania: Inputs towards developing national benefit sharing mechanism models. Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1080/ 10042857/2016/1138744

6.    Jalayer, F., De Risi, R., Kyessi, A., Mbuya, E., and Yonas, N., (2015): Vulnerability of Built Environment to Flooding in African Cities. Urban Vulnerability and Climate change in Africa 4: 77-106

7.    Vedeld, T., Kombe, W.J., Kweka, C.M., Ndour, N.M., Coly, A., and Hellevik, S., (2015): Multi-level Governance, Resilience to Flood Risks and Coproduction in Urban Africa. Urban Vulnerability and Climate change in Africa 4: 287-318

8.    Mngumi L., Shemdoe, R.S. and Liwenga, E. (2015): Community Dependence on Forest Resources and its bearing on REDD+ initiative in Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves, Tanzania. The African Resources and Development Journal Open University of Tanzania.

9.    Lindley, S.J., Gill, S.E., Cavan, G. Yeshitela, K., Nebebe, A., Woldegerima, T., Kibassa, D., Shemdoe, R., Renner, F., Buchta, K., Abo-El-Wafa, H., Printz, A., Sall, F., Coly, A., Ndour, N.M., Feumba, R.A., Zogning, M.O.M., Tonyè, E., Ouèdraogo, Y., Samari, S.B., Sankara, B.T., (2015): Green Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation in Africa Cities. Urban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa 4:107-152

10.    Kabisch, S., Jean-Baptiste, N., John, R., and Kombe, W.J, (2015): Assessing Social Vulnerability of Households and Communities in Flood Prone Urban Areas. Urban Vulnerability and Climate change in Africa 4:197-228

11.    Masuki K., Mowo, Meliyo J., Wickama, J. and Shemdoe, R., (2015): Social Capital and Natural Resource Governance in Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: In Johnson D (Ed) Social Capital Global Perspectives Management Strategies and Effectiveness. Economic Issues, Problems and Perspectives. Nova Publishers. New York.

12.    Mwanyoka I., Haule K., Shemdoe RS and Roy M. (2016). Health implications of climate change for dwellers in low-income settlements in Tanzania. In: Manoj Roy, Sally Cawood, Michaela Hordijk, David Hulme (Eds). Urban Poverty and Climate Change: Life in the slums of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Routledge

13.    Shemdoe, R. S. (2014). Reducing impact of land degradation in Tanzania: do incentive Market Based Mechanism Work for Sustainable Land Management? Sustainable Development 7 (6): 1-7

14.    Kihila, J., Mtei, K.M. and Njau, K.N. (2015) ‘A review of the challenges and opportunities for water reuse in irrigation with a focus on its prospects in Tanzania’, Int. J. Environmental Engineering, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.111–130.

15.    Shemdoe, R.S., and Mwanyoka, I., (2015). Natural Resources Base Conflicts and their Gender Impacts in the selected Farming and Pastoral Communities in Tanzania. International Journal of African and Asian Studies 15: 83-87

16.    Shemdoe, R. (2015): Towards integration of sustainable environmental and biodiversity conservation in secondary schools students extra-curricular in Tanzania: Where do we start? International Journal of African and Asian Studies, ISSN 2409-6938

17.    Ngware, N. M. (2015) Solid Waste Management in Dar es Salaam City: Understanding Roles, Levels and Collaboration among stakeholders

18.    Shemdoe, R. S. (2015): Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and Community Adaptation Strategies in Dry and Coastal Areas of Tanzania

19.    Fatemeh Jalayer  , Raffaele De Risi , Alphonce Kyessi , Elinorata Mbuya and   Nebyou Yonas (2015)Vulnerability of Built Environment to Flooding in African Cities. Urban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa4 : 77-106

20.    Trond Vedeld;, Wilbard J. Kombe;, Clara Kweka-Msale;, Ndèye Marème Ndour,  Adrien Coly and Siri Hellevik (2015) Multi-level Governance, Resilience to Flood Risks and Coproduction in Urban Africa. Urban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa4 : 287-318

21.    Mngumi L, Shemdoe RS and Liwenga E 2015. Community Dependence on Forest Resources and its bearing on REDD+ initiative in Pugu and Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserves, Tanzania. The African Resources and Development Journal, Open University of Tanzania xx_xx

22.    Sarah J. Lindley , Susannah E. Gill , Gina Cavan   Kumelachew Yeshitela , Alemu Nebebe ,Tekle Woldegerima , Deusdedit Kibassa , Riziki Shemdoe , Florian Renner , Katja Buchta , Hany Abo-El-Wafa , Andreas Printz , Fatimatou Sall , Adrien Coly , Ndèye Marème Ndour , Rodrigue A. Feumba ,Maurice O. M. Zogning , Emmanuel Tonyé , Youssoufou Ouédraogo , Saïdou Bani Samari ,Bakary T. Sankara (2015). Green Infrastructure for Climate Adaptation in African CitiesUrban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa 4:107-152

23.     Sigrun Kabisch, Nathalie Jean-Baptiste,  Regina John and  Wilbard J. Kombe (2015). Assessing Social Vulnerability of Households and Communities in Flood Prone Urban AreasUrban Vulnerability and Climate Change in Africa 4: 197-228

24.    Makarius V. Mdemu (2015)Evaluation and Development of Pedotransfer Functions for Estimating Soil Water Holding Capacity in the Tropics: The Case Of Sokoine University of Agriculture Farm in Morogoro, Tanzania. Geography and Geology; 7(1):1-9

25.    Lupala, J. (2015) Urban Governance in the Changing Economic and Political Landscapes: A Comparative Analysis of Major Urban Centres of Tanzania. Current Urban Studies, 3, 147-160.

26.     Lupala, J. (2015) Landscape Elements as Determinants of Pedestrian Movement in Urban Public Spaces: The Case of Dodoma, Tanzania. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences 14(2):113 – 128

27.    JM Lupala and C Maglan (2015). Climate Change and Its Effects on Livelihood Strategies of Peri-Urban Coastal Communities in Tanzania. Geography and Regional Planning 1 (1): 001-010

28.    Masuki K., Mowo, Meliyo J., Wickama J and Shemdoe R. 2015. Social Capital and natural resource governance in Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: In Johson D (Ed) Social Capital Global perspectives management strategies and effectiveness. Economic issues, problems and perspectives. Nova Publishers. New York

SRES

1.    Alananga, S., and Lucian, C. (2015). Cost Shares and Factor Cost Ratios in Owner Built Incremental Housing Construction in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (JCDC)

2.    Alananga, S., Lucian, C., and Kusiluka, M. M. (2015). Significant Cost Push Factor in Owner Built Incremental Housing Construction in Tanzania. Journal of Construction Management and Economics (JCEM) Vol. 33 No. 8. Pp 671-688

3.    Kironde, J.M.L. (2015): Good Governance, Efficiency and the Provision of Planned Land for Orderly Development in African Cities: The Case of the 20,000 Planned Land Plots Project in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Current Urban Studies 3:348-367

4.    Mwangeni N, Shemdoes R.S and Kiunsi R.B (2015)Assessment of changes in provision of forest ecosystem goods and services and benefit sharing mechanisms in Ugalla- Masito Ecosystem: A case of Ilagala and Karago villages. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 7(5):290 – 298 (May, 2015)

5.    Mwangeni N, Shemdoes R.S and Kiunsi R.B (2015)Potential Carbon Credit and Community Expectations towards Viability of REDD Project in Ugalla- Masito Ecosystem. A case of Ilagala and Karago Villages, KigomaTanzania. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology  9(4): 307-316 (April, 2015)

6.    Kongela, S.M. (2014), Challenges of Introducing Sustainability in Curricula of the Built Environment Courses in Developing Countries:  Evidence from Tanzania.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

7.    Alananga, S., and Lucian, C. (2015). Cost Shares and Factor Cost Ratios in Owner Built Incremental Housing Construction in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (JCDC)

8.    Alananga, S., Lucian, C., and Kusiluka, M. M. (2015). Significant Cost Push Factor in Owner Built Incremental Housing Construction in Tanzania. Journal of Construction Management and Economics (JCEM) Vol. 33 No. 8. Pp 671-688

9.    Kironde, J. M. L. (2015)Good Governance, Efficiency and the Provision of Planned Land for Orderly Development in African Cities: The Case of the 20,000 Planned Land Plots Project in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Current Urban Studies, 3, 348-367.

SURP

1.    Lupala, J. M. and Magembe, D. (2015): Does size matter? Displacement Processes Applied in Urban Development Projects in Dar es Salaam City.

2.    Kasala, S. E (2015): Consolidating Strategic Urban Planning Practices; A Case of Solid Waste Management that Benefits the Poor in Dar es Salaam

3.    Burra, M. (2015): Community Initiatives in Managing Informal Land Development and Environment in Mwanza City, Tanzania

4.    Babere, N. (2015): Social Production of Space: ‘Lived Space’ of Informal Livelihood operators; A Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania

5.    Kasala, S. (2015): A Return to Master Planning in Dar es Salaam: A Misconception of the Theory of Paradigm Shifts? Geography, Geo-Sciences, Environmental Science & Disaster Management. 15(2):1-7

6.    Kasala, S. and Burra, M. (2016), the Role of Public Private Partnerships in Planned and Serviced Land Delivery in Tanzania. I Business, 8, 10-17. DOI: 10.4236/ib.2016.81002.

7.    Victoria M. Mwakalinga, Benn K. D. Sartorius,  Yeromin P. Mlacha,  Daniel F. Msellemu, Alex J. Limwagu,  Zawadi D. Mageni,  John M. Paliga,  Nicodem J. Govella,  Maureen Coetzee,  Gerry F. Killeen and  Stefan Dongus (2016). Spatially aggregated clusters and scattered smaller loci of elevated malaria vector density and human infection prevalence in urban Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Malaria Journal March, 2016 DOI: 10.1186/s12936-016-1186-9

8.    Magembe-Mushi, D. and Lupala, J. (2015) Resettling Displaced Residents from Regularised Informal Settlements in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Challenges Faced by House Owners. Current Urban Studies, 3, 71-81. doi:10.4236/cus.2015.32007.

9.    Kihaule, A. (2014), Impact of Health Purchasing Methods on the Quality of Health Services in Public Hospitals:  The Case of Amana Hospital, Tanzania. Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

10.    Mdemu, M.V. (2014), The Value of Irrigation Water Reservoirs for Tomato Production in the Upper East Region of Ghana.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

11.    Lupala, J. M. and Magembe, D. (2015): Does size matter? Displacement Processes Applied in Urban Development Projects in Dar es Salaam City.

12.    Kasala, S. E (2015): Consolidating Strategic Urban Planning Practices; A Case of Solid Waste Management that Benefits the Poor in Dar es Salaam

13.    Burra, M. (2015): Community Initiatives in Managing Informal Land Development and Environment in Mwanza City, Tanzania

14.    Babere, N. (2015): Social Production of Space: ‘Lived Space’ of Informal Livelihood operators; A Case of Dar es Salaam City, Tanzania

15.    Kasala S. (2015). A Return to Master Planning in Dar es Salaam: A Misconception of the Theory of Paradigm Shifts? Geography, Geo-Sciences, Environmental Science & Disaster Management. 15(2):1-7

SCEM

1.    Makoba, N.D. (2014), Financing for Low-Income Housing:  Appropriate Approach in Tanzania.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

2.    Shio, T. (2014), Evaluation of Quality Management System (QMS) in Tanzania Construction Companies.  Journal of Building and Land Development, Special Issue, November, 2014.

SGST

1.    Hagai, M., Chaula, J. and Buberwa (2014): Re engineering and Tanzania Law Administration Data Model- JLBD

2.    Hagai, M., and Mwaikambo (2015): A Model for Evaluation of Costs of Spatial Data Access: A Precusor to National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Development – Conference Paper Makerere University

3.    Hagai, M., and Mwaikambo (2015): A Model for Assessing Spatial Data and Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Development

4.    Mavuhe, F., Liwa, E., and Chaula, J. (2015): Assessment of Spatial Accessibility of Health Care Facilities in Tanzania: A case of Wanging’ombe District in NjombeRegion

5.    MsogoyaGosbert, Chaula J, (2016): Change Detection, Monitoring and Mapping the Conditions of Rufiji Delta Using Remote Sensed Data. American Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology and Sciences (ASRJETS) ISSN (Print) 2313-4410, ISSN (Online) 2313-44

6.    Hagai, M., Chaula, J. and Buberwa (2014): Re engineering and Tanzania Law Administration Data Model- JLBD

7.    Hagai, M., and Mwaikambo (2015): A Model for Evaluation of Costs of Spatial Data Access: A Precusor to National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Development – Conference Paper Makerere University

8.    Hagai, M., and Mwaikambo (2015): A Model for Assessing Spatial Data and Data Infrastructure (NSDI) Development

9.    Mwaikambo, E., Abbas, R., and Hagai, M. (2015) Modeling Cost Estimations for Accessing Spatial Data Using Fuzzy Logic and Time-driven Activities based on Costing in the Context of NSDI. Journal of Spatial Science 60(1): 137-157

10.    Mavuhe, F., Liwa, E., and Chaula, J. (2015): Assessment of Spatial Accessibility of Health Care Facilities in Tanzania: A case of Wanging’ombe District in Njombe Region

11.    Beatrice Tarimo , Øystein B Dick, Terje Gobakken and Ørjan Totland (2015): Spatial distribution of temporal dynamics in anthropogenic fires in miombo savanna woodlands of Tanzania. Caborn Balance and Management10:18 DOI 10.1186/s13021-015-0029-2

SADE

1.    Kalugila, S. L. (2015). Emergence and Physical Actualities of Mixed (Low, Middle and High Income) Informal Settlements in Dar es Salaam

2.    Mbisso, D. A. (2015) Institutional and Social Aspects of Petty Trading Spatialisation Processes: The Case of Temeke Stereo Marketplace in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

3.    Bahendwa, F. (2015): The Impact of Individual Plot Developers to City Form; A Case of Kimara Informal Settlement in Dar es salaam, Tanzania

4.    Livin Henry Mosha (2016). The growth of architecture training in Tanzania with an over view of Ardhi University. Prime Research on Education 5(1), pp. 791-800

5.    Kalugila, S. L. (2015). Emergence and Physical Actualities of Mixed (Low, Middle and High Income) Informal Settlements in Dar es Salaam

6.    Mbisso, D. A. (2015) Institutional and Social Aspects of Petty Trading Spatialisation Processes: The Case of Temeke Stereo Marketplace in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

7.    Bahendwa, F. (2015): The Impact of Individual Plot Developers to City Form; A Case of Kimara Informal Settlement in Dar es salaam, Tanzania

8.    Building Urban Resilience-Assessing Urban and Peri UrbanAgriculture in Dar es salaam, by Prof. A. Lupala, UNEP, ISBN: 978-92-807-3370-9, Nairobi

 
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