Aquatic


        Prof. Yunus D. Mgaya

CURRICULUM VITAE: Prof. Yunus Daud Mgaya PhD\r\nUniversity of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

\r\n1. PERSONAL DATA
\r\nName:                                                   Prof. Yunus Daud MGAYA
\r\nNationality:                                          Tanzanian
\r\nName of place and date of birth:      Usangi, Mwanga District, Kilimanjaro; 27 July 1957
\r\nDepartment:                                        Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries
\r\nCollege:                                               Natural and Applied Sciences
\r\nAddress:                                              University of Dar es Salaam, P.O. Box 35091, Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA

\r\nTelephone:
255-22-2410394 (Office);
255-22-2 617 457 (Home);
255-784-237 774 (Mobile)
\r\nFax: 255-22-2 410 718
\r\nE-mail: ymgaya@udsm.ac.tz; yunusmgaya@gmail.com

\r\n\r\n2. EDUCATION
\r\nQualification                                                          Dates                           Universities/Colleges/Schools
\r\nPh.D. (Aquaculture)                                                 1991-1995                    National University of Ireland, Galway
M.Sc. (1st Class, Fisheries Biology)                         1987-1989                    University of British Columbia, Canada
\r\nB.Sc. (1st Class Hons., Zoology; Marine Biology)    1983-1986                    University of Dar es Salaam, TZ
\r\nDiploma (Animal Production)                                   1979-1981                    Uyole Agricultural Centre, Mbeya, TZ
Form Six Certificate (PCB)                                      1976-1977                    Moshi Secondary School, Kilimanjaro, TZ
\r\nForm Four Certificate (Science)                               1972-1975                    Tambaza Secondary School, Dar es Salaam

\r\n\r\n3. ACADEMIC POSTS HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
\r\nPost                                                                 Dates
\r\n Tutorial Assistant                                              April 1986–June 1988
\r\nAssistant Lecturer                                            July 1988–June 1993
\r\nLecturer                                                          July 1993–June 1997
\r\nSenior Lecturer                                               July 1997–June 2002
\r\nAssociate Professor                                        July 2002–June 2006
\r\nProfessor                                                        July 2006–Present

\r\n\r\n4. POSTS HELD OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
\r\nPost                                                                 Dates
\r\nLivestock Field Officer                                     June 1981–June 1983

\r\n\r\n5. ADMINISTRATIVE POSTS HELD AT THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
\r\n. 1997–2000: Coordinator, Faculty of Science Planning Coordination Unit
\r\n. 1997–2006: Member, Faculty of Science Board
\r\n. 1997–2000: Member, Institute of Marine Sciences Board
\r\n. 2000–2003: Member, Library Senate Committee
\r\n. 2000–2002: Associate Dean (Administration), Faculty of Science
\r\n. 2003–Nov 2006: Dean, Faculty of Aquatic Sciences and Technology
\r\n. 2006 Dec–To-date : Deputy Vice Chancellor (Planning, Finance and Administration)

\r\n\r\n6. ADMINISTRATIVE POSTS HELD OUTSIDE THE UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM
\r\n. 1997–2006: Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) Country Coordinator
\r\n. 1998–2002: Facilitator, Mariculture Working Group of the Tanzania Coastal Management\r\nPartnership
\r\n. 2000–2006: Member, Editorial Board, The African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries
\r\n.2002–2010: Member, Editorial Board, Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science
\r\n. 2002–2006: External Examiner, Department of Fisheries, Moi University, Kenya
\r\n. 2003–2008: Member, Board of Directors, Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute
\r\n. 2003–To-date: Chairman, Mbegani Fisheries Development Centre Advisory Board
\r\n. 2003–To-date: Chairman, East Africa Water Association (Tanzania Chapter)
\r\n. 2004–2006: External Examiner, Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, University of Namibia
\r\n. 2004–2008: Chairman, Board of Trustees, Tanzania Marine Parks and Reserves Unit
\r\n. 2008–To-date: External Examiner, M.Sc. (Hydrobiology) Programme, School of Biological Sciences,\r\nUniversity of Nairobi.
\r\n. 2009–To-date: Chairman, Tanzania – Ireland Alumni Association
\r\n. 2009–To-date: Chairman, Board of Directors, Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute
\r\n. 2010–To-date: Member, Board of Trustees of the International Foundation for Science, Sweden.
\r\n. 2013–: Honourable Treasurer, The Tanzania Academy of Sciences (TAAS)\r\n

\r\n7. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION
\r\nSociety                                                                                                            Dates(Since)
\r\nWildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania                                                          1989
\r\nNetwork of Tropical Fisheries Scientists (Manila)                                                1990
\r\nAsian Fisheries Society (Manila, Philippines)                                                      1990
\r\nWestern Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA)                           1995
\r\nNetwork of Tropical Aquaculture Scientists (Manila)                                            1996
\r\nThe Tanzania Academy of Sciences (Fellow)                                                      2013

\r\n\r\n8. AWARDS
\r\n. Best Worker (Academic), University of Dar es Salaam, 2008
\r\n. WIOMSA recognition of outstanding contribution to advancement in the knowledge of marine and coastal science\r\nin the Western Indian Ocean region, 2007 (Certificate and trophy)
\r\n. University Council recognition of contribution and support to the Institutional Transformation Programme, 2004\r\n(Certificate)
\r\n. Irish Government Scholarship: 1991-1995 (Ireland)
\r\n. Commonwealth Scholarship: 1987-1989 (Canada)
\r\n.University Prize: Best student in Final Year Degree Examinations, 1986
\r\n. Minister of Education Prize: Best Final Year Student in the Faculty, 1986
\r\n. Double-Cola Prize: Best Final Year Student with Overall Performance in the Faculty, 1986
\r\n. Zoology Prize: Best Second Year Student in Zoology Practicals, 1985
\r\n. Vice Chancellor Prize: Best Student in First Year Degree Examinations, 1984

\r\n\r\n\r\n9. RESEARCH/CONSULTANCY

\r\n9.1. Some Aspects of the Biology of Silver-bellies Fish Gerres oyena Forskal (Perciformes: Gerreidae). Undergraduate\r\nResearch Project (1986)

\r\n9.2. Age and Growth of the Mosshead Sculpin Clinocottus globiceps Girard with an Assessment of its Role in\r\nProduction of Tidepool Fishes. M.Sc. Research Project (1988-1989).

\r\n9.3. Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment Study of the Proposed Songo Songo Gas Pipeline. Consultancy\r\nwork for Hardy BBT Ltd., Calgary, Canada (1991).

\r\n9.4. Environmental Impact Assessment Study of the Proposed Dar es Salaam Harbour Expansion Project.\r\n3\r\nConsultancy work for Scott Consulting Engineers and Planners, U.K. (1991).

\r\n9.5. Studies on Some Quantitative Aspects of Growth, Genetics and Reproduction of the European Abalone (Ormer)\r\nHaliotis tuberculata Linnaeus Under Aquaculture Conditions. Ph.D. Research Project (1991-1995).

\r\n9.6. Environmental impact assessment of the proposed integrated prawn farm project in the Rufiji Delta: Impact on the\r\nmarine environment. Consultancy work for African Fishing Company, Dar es Salaam (1997).

\r\n9.7. Environmental Impact Assessment of the Songo Songo Gas to Electricity Project: Impact on the Marine\r\nEnvironment. Consultancy work for NORPLAN A/S, Norway (1997).

\r\n9.8. Baseline studies on fish and invertebrates for the Geita Gold Mining Project. Consultancy work for WEGS\r\nConsultants for Ashanti Goldfields Company (1998).

\r\n9.9. Socio-economic root causes of biodiversity loss in Tanzania: the case of mangrove forests in the three major\r\ndeltas of Rufiji, Ruvu and Wami river deltas. Consultancy work for WWF-US, Washington DC (1998).

\r\n9.10. A preliminary investigation for an integrated, community-based approach to conservation and restoration on\r\nmarine ecosystems along the Dar es salaam coast. Consultancy work for African Development Foundation, Dar\r\nes Salaam (1999).

\r\n9.11. Review of integrated coastal zone management activities in Tanzania. Consultancy work for Secretariat for\r\nEastern African Coastal Area Management (SEACAM), Maputo, Mozambique (2000).

\r\n9.12. Investigation of mariculture options in Mafia Island Marine Park. Consultancy work for WWF Tanzania\r\nProgramme Office, Dar es Salaam (2001).

\r\n9.13. Root causes of biodiversity loss in Rufiji-Kilwa-Mafia and Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma estuary in Tanzania. Consultancy\r\nwork for WWF East African Marine Ecoregion (EAME) Programme (2001).

\r\n9.14. An analysis of smallholder opportunities in fisheries, coastal and related enterprises in the floodplain and delta\r\nareas of the Rufiji River, Tanzania. Consultancy work for the IUCN supported Rufiji Environment Management\r\nProject (2002).

\r\n9.15. Baseline studies on fish and invertebrates for the Tulawaka Gold Mining Project, Biharamulo, Tanzania.\r\nConsultancy work for WEGS Consultants (2002).

\r\n9.16. Environmental impact assessment of the proposed shrimp farming project in Mafia Island. Consultancy work\r\nfor ALPHAKRUST Ltd. (2003).

\r\n9.17. Baseline studies on freshwater habitats: flora and fauna in the Mtwara region Gas-to-Power project corridor.\r\nConsultancy work for Acres International, Canada. (2004).

\r\n9.18. Research Project on experimental spat collecting of the edible oyster, Saccostrea cucullata Born (Bivalvia)\r\nin the Kunduchi Creek, Dar es Salaam (1999-2000). Funded by Sida/SAREC.

\r\n9.19. Multidisciplinary research project on environmental studies of Mtoni mangrove ecosystem, Dar es Salaam\r\n(2003-2004). Funded by NUFFIC, The Netherlands.

\r\n9.20. Research Programme on Sustainable Use of Dryland Biodiversity (RPSUD) project entitled Cyanobacteria\r\ncomposition, distribution and toxin production in Momela Lakes, Arusha, Tanzania. 2005-2009. Funded by\r\nSida/SAREC.

\r\n\r\n9.21. Research Project on the dynamics and evaluation of finger ponds in East African freshwater wetland\r\necotones using appropriate fish production techniques. Status: 2001-2006. Funded by the European Union.\r\n4

\r\n9.22. Research Project on the use of peri-urban mangrove forests as filters and potential phytoremediators of\r\ndomestic sewage in East Africa (PUMPSEA). 2005-2009. Funded by the European Union.

\r\n9.23. Research Project on Sea cucumbers, a poorly understood but important coastal resource: national and\r\nregional analyses to improve management. 2006-2009. Funded by Sida/SAREC (MASMA).

\r\n9.24. Research Project on evaluation of different stocking densities for commercial production of Nile tilapia\r\n(Oreochromis niloticus), with Ningu (Labeo victorianus) and African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) in earthen ponds.\r\n2006-2010. Funded by Sida/SAREC (VicRes).

\r\n9.25. Importance of mangroves and seagrass beds as nurseries for coral reef fishes in Tanzania. 2006-2010.\r\nResearch funded by the Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Tropical Research (WOTRO).

\r\n9.26. Poverty eradication through aquaculture. Research funded by the Leverhulme Trust through the University of\r\nNewcastle upon Tyne, UK. 2010-2012.

\r\n9.27. Water quality management and pollution control strategy in Tanzania. Consultancy work for SMEC\r\nInternational who were contracted by the Ministry of Water and Irrigation (2010).

\r\n9.28. Implementing an ecosystem approach to fisheries (EAF) in small-scale tropical marine fisheries. Research\r\nwork funded by EU. Ongoing since 2012.

\r\n\r\n10. TEACHING/SUPERVISION\r\n10.1
Teaching\r\nAcademic year 2010/2011: Undergraduate teaching: AF 307: Aquaculture Genetics (2 units, 15 weeks, 7 students);\r\nPostgraduate teaching: BC 617: Restoration Ecology (2 units, 7 weeks, 9 students); Postgraduate supervision: 7 Ph.D.\r\ncandidates.

\r\nUNDERGRADUATE DISSERTATIONS

\r\n10.2 Supervised and examined:

\r\n\r\nKajia, Y.S.A.M, 1996. Studies on aspects of homing in the chiton Acanthopleura spinigera (Sow) (Mollusca:\r\nPolyplacophora). Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 32 pp.

\r\nMbije, N.E.J., 1996. Study on the abundance and diversity of benthic fauna at Ocean Road and Harbour seashores\r\nalong Dar es Salaam coast. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 37 pp.

\r\nTeikwa, E., 1996. The distribution of marine life at Ocean Road and Oyster Bay seashores along the Dar es Salaam\r\ncoast. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 40 pp.

\r\nLamtane, H.A., 1997. Some aspects of the ecology of Oyster Bay rocky cliff. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project\r\nreport. 41 pp.

\r\nLukanga, S.A., 1997. Study on the abundance and diversity of seagrass species and associated macrofauna at\r\nKunduchi and Ocean Road seashores along Dar es Salaam coast. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report.\r\n33 pp.

\r\nMosha, E.J., 1998. The distribution of macrobenthos in the mangroves of Kunduchi Creek. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine\r\nBiology project report. 32 pp.

\r\nVatta, L.J., 1998. Food and feeding habits of Clarias mossambicus (Pisces: Clariidae) from Mindu Dam in Morogoro\r\nregion. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 57 pp.

\r\nAbubakar, K.M., 1999. Comparative biodiversity between Kunduchi and Mtoni mangrove habitats with special\r\nemphasis to macrobenthos. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 37 pp.

\r\n\r\nChando, C. 1999. An ecological assessment of seagrasses and associated biota off Silversands Hotel, Kunduchi, Dar\r\nes Salaam. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 45 pp.

\r\nMusiba, M.J., 1999. Investigations on the diet and growth of Nile perch, Lates niloticus from Speke Gulf, Lake Victoria.\r\nFinal year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 34 pp.

\r\nSwilla, J.D., 2000. Length-weight relationship, fecundity and feeding habits of Lethrinus lentjan along the Dar es\r\nSalaam coastal waters. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 41 pp.

\r\nIdeva, R.J., 2001. Aquaculture potential for tilapia farming in Kibaha District. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project\r\nreport. 49 pp.

\r\nMbonde, A., 2002. A review of the status of aquaculture development in Tanzania and experimental studies on tilapia\r\nstocking densities and an integrated system. Final year (B.Sc.) Marine Biology project report. 37 pp.

\r\nMaskini, P., 2005. Aspects of benthic ecology of the Kunduchi Beach Hotel foreshore following the building up of sand\r\nbar. Final year (B.Sc.) Aquatic Science project report. 38 pp.

\r\nLimbu, S., 2007. Effect of domestic sewage on survival and growth of the snail Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus 1758) in\r\nplanted mangroves at Kunduchi, Dar es Salaam. Final year (B.Sc.) Fisheries and Aquaculture project report. 24 pp.

\r\nMpemba, T.G., 2007. Comparative study in abundance and diversity of benthic macrofauna between Mjimwema and\r\nOcean Road beaches. Final year (B.Sc.) Aquatic Environmental Science and Conservation project report. 13 pp.

\r\nRobert, A., 2007. Comparative study on the abundance and distribution of benthic macrofauna at Ocean Road and\r\nOysterbay beaches. Final year (B.Sc.) Fisheries and Aquaculture project report. 20 pp.

\r\nJoseph, M., 2012. Distribution and abundance of benthic macrofauna at Oysterbay rocky shore. Final year (B.Sc.)\r\nAquatic Environmental Science and Conservation project report. 39 pp.

\r\n\r\nPOSTGRADUATE THESES\r\n10.3 Supervised and Examined:\r\nM.Sc. work

\r\n1. Mhitu, H.A., 1997. The reproductive biology of the squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana (Lesson, 1830) in the\r\ncoastal waters of Zanzibar. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 100 pp.

\r\n2. Mgimwa, F.A., 1998. Dynamics of dema trap finfish catches in the coastal waters of Zanzibar, Tanzania.\r\nM.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 103 pp.

\r\n3. Mlay, A.P., 1999. Ecology of the intertidal zone of selected sandy/muddy shores in the Dar es Salaam area.\r\nM.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 171 pp.

\r\n4. Nzali, L., 1999. Recruitment patterns of Scleractinian corals along the Tanga coastline. M.Sc. Thesis,\r\nUniversity of Dar es Salaam. 106 pp.

\r\n5. Lugendo, B.R., 2000. Distribution and ecology of intertidal seagrass communities at Ocean Road and\r\nKunduchi areas, Dar es Salaam. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 144 pp.

\r\n6. Suleiman, M., 2000. Nutrient dynamics in the sediments and water column on sewage polluted and nonpolluted\r\ncoral reefs on selected sites on the west coast of Unguja Island. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es\r\nSalaam. 72 pp.

\r\n7. Teikwa, E.D., 2002. Reproductive biology and fishery potential of penaeid prawns of Bagamoyo coastal\r\nwaters. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 129 pp.

\r\n\r\n8. Kuguru, B.L., 2002. Distribution and abundance of the Corallimorpharia (Cnidaria: Anthozoa) on selected\r\nreefs around Zanzibar. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 121 pp.

\r\n9. Yahya, S., 2003. Ecology and reproductive biology of Octopus cyanea in Zanzibar waters. M.Sc. Thesis,\r\nUniversity of Dar es Salaam.

\r\n10. Kimirei, I., 2005. Variability in pelagic fish catches and the physico-chemical parameters in Kigoma Bay,\r\nLake Tanganyika. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 157 pp.

\r\n11. Frederk, G., 2005. Influence of sewage pollution at Ocean Road beach on the marine environment. M.Sc.\r\nDissertation, University of Dar es Salaam. 91 pp.

\r\n12. Chimgege, J.H.H., 2005. Influence of sewage pollution on seagrasses and seaweeds at Ocean Road beach,\r\nDar es Salaam. M.Sc. Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam. 83 pp.

\r\n13. Elias, J., 2006. Abundance and species composition of crabs and mollusks in different mangrove stands at\r\nKunduchi, Dar es Salaam. M.Sc. Dissertation, University of Dar es Salaam. 75 pp.

\r\n14. Waya, R.K., 2008. Zooplankton dynamics in Shirati Bay, Lake Victoria with special emphasis on the\r\ncopepods. . M.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 163 pp.

\r\n15. Sallema, R.E., 2008. Population distribution and differentiation of mangrove and rocky shore gastropods\r\n(Littoraria spp.) in Dar es Salaam, Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma Estuary and Inhaca Island in Mozambique. M.Sc.\r\nThesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 150 pp.

\r\n16. Mahenge, J., 2009. Growth and reproduction of palaemonid shrimp Palaemon concinnus and morphometric\r\ndifferentiation of the sesarmid crab Perisesarma guttatum selected mangroves along the coast of Tanzania.\r\nM.Sc. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 131 pp.

\r\n17. Ngaiza, S.J., 2009. The impact of resurgence of haplochromine species on Rastrineobola argentea\r\npopulation in Mwanza Gulf, Lake Victoria - Tanzania. 73 pp.

\r\n\r\nPh.D. work
\r\n1. Chande, A.I., 1999. The biology and fishery potential of the crab Portunus pelagicus (Linnaeus, 1766) along\r\nthe coast of Dar es Salaam. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 289 pp.

\r\n2. Kamukuru, A.T., 2003. Effect of fishing on growth and reproduction of the blackspot snapper, Lutjanus\r\nfulviflamma (Pisces: Lutjanidae) on reefs of Mafia Island, Tanzania. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Dar es\r\nSalaam. 274 pp.

\r\n3. Mhando, C.A., 2003. Enhanced coral larval settlement and coral transplantation as means of promoting coral\r\nreplenishment in Tanzania. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 285 pp.

\r\n4. Mnembuka, B.V., 2003. Use of Pigeon peas (Cajanus cajan) as a protein supplement for Tilapia\r\n(Oreochromis niloticus). Ph.D. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam. 182 pp.

\r\n5. Mwita, C.J., 2006. Studies on the determinants of the parasites community structure of the clariid fishes in\r\nLake Victoria. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam 197 pp.

\r\n6. Lugendo, B.R., 2007. Habitat utilization by fish and the structure of a mangrove food web. Ph.D. Thesis,\r\nRadboud University, The Netherlands.

\r\n7. Wetengere, K., 2008. Economic factors critical to adoption of fish farming technology. Ph.D. Thesis, Open\r\nUniversity of Tanzania. 246 pp.

\r\n\r\n8. Lamtane, H.A., 2008. Fish stocks and comparative yields from East African self-stocked fingerponds. Ph.D.\r\nThesis, University of London (King s College). 246 pp.

\r\n9. Mwandya, A.W, 2009. Fish community patterns in Tanzanian mangroves. Ph.D. Thesis, Stockholm\r\nUniversity, Sweden.

\r\n10. Yahya, S., 2011. Aspects of bleaching, habitat structure and management effects on coral reef fish\r\ncommunities. Ph.D. Thesis, Stockholm University, Sweden.

\r\n11. Kayanda, R., 2012. Discrimination of major fish species encountered in acoustic surveys of Lake Victoria.\r\nPh.D. Thesis, University of Dar es Salaam.

\r\n12. Kimirei, I.A., 2012. Importance of mangroves and seagrass beds as nurseries for coral reef fishes in\r\nTanzania. . Ph.D. Thesis, Radboud University, The Netherlands.

\r\n10.4 Supervision of Ongoing Postgraduate Work\r\nPh.D. work

\r\n1) Mmbaga, T.K. The ecology and management of sea cucumbers in Tanzania. Status: Finalizing writing up.

\r\n2) Igulu, M.M. Migration and habitat selection by tropical reef fishes. Status: Finalizing writing up. (Radboud\r\nUniversity, Nijmegen, The Netherlands)

\r\n3) Shoko, A.P. Aquaculture of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus Linnaeus, 1758) with an assessment of its\r\neconomic benefits in the Lake Victoria basin, Tanzania. Status: Submitted for external examination.

\r\n4) Mwakosya, C.A. The abundance, distribution and reproductive biology of the selected penaeid prawns in\r\nTanzanian waters. Status: Data collection in progress.

\r\n5) Grayson. J.M. Genetic structure and inferred migration of Euthynnus affinis and scomberomorus commerson\r\noff the coastal waters of Tanzania. Status: Data collection in progress.

\r\n\r\n10.5 Examined as External Examiner\r\nM.Sc. work

\r\nP.E. Nsinda, 2002. The impact of net sizes on the status of Dagaa (Rastrineobola argentea) stocks from Tanzania\r\nwaters of Lake Victoria. M.Sc. Dissertation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nR. Rugadya, 2003. The impact of mirror carp (Cyprinus carpio L. on aquatic environment. M.Sc. Dissertation, Makerere\r\nUniversity, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nE. Rukuunya, 2003. The effect of sunken water hyacinth biomass on dissolved oxygen and food of major inshore\r\nspecies in northern Lake Victoria, Uganda. M.Sc. Dissertation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nR. Mugo, 2003. A comparative study on the growth and economic performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus)\r\nfed on maize bran, wheat bran, and rice bran in fertilized ponds. M.Sc. Dissertation, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.

\r\nM.O. Mohammed, 2003. Fish catch composition and biology of Siganus sutor in the Malindi/Kilifi inshore waters. M.Sc.\r\nDissertation, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.

\r\nA.M. Taabu, 2004. Variation in catch composition of Rastrineobola argentea Pellegrin (mukene) fishery in relation to\r\ndistance from shore on Lake Victoria (Uganda). M.Sc. Dissertation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nS.K. Macharia, 2004. Comparative study of hatching rates of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus Burchell 1822) eggs on\r\ndifferent substrates and the survival of hatchlings to fingerlings fed on three feed types. M.Sc. Thesis, Moi University,\r\nEldoret, Kenya.

\r\n\r\nF.M. Mwonjoria, 2006. Fish and benthic communities as indicators of mangrove ecosystem recovery in Gazi Bay –\r\nKenya. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.

\r\nO.P. Odhiambo, 2006. Population aspects of sea cucumbers (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) in protected and\r\nunprotected reefs along the southern Kenya coast. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.

\r\nR. Nalukwago, 2009. The fish species composition and population characteristics of Oreochromis niloticus in Lake\r\nKijanebalola. M.Sc. Dissertation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nPh.D. work
\r\nM. Njiru, 2002. Feeding ecology and population characteristics of Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (L.) in Lake\r\nVictoria, Kenya. D.Phil. Thesis, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.

\r\nP.O. Raburu, 2003. Water quality and the status of aquatic macro-invertebrates and ichthyofauna in River Nyando,\r\nKenya. D.Phil. Thesis, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya.

\r\nJ.O. Okaronon, 2003. Studies into the distribution and abundance of Lates niloticus (L.) and Oreochromis niloticus (L.)\r\nin Lake Victoria. Ph.D. Dissertation, Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nD. Mbabazi, 2005. Trophic characterization of the dominant fishes in the Victoria and Kyoga basins. Ph.D. Dissertation,\r\nMakerere University, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\nE.N. Kimani, 2005. The populations, reproduction, settlement and growth patterns of pearl oysters in Kenya. Ph.D.\r\nThesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.

\r\nD.O. Sigana, 2009. The distribution and biology of Mugilidae from Kilifi, a tropical mangrove creek on the Kenya coast.\r\nPh.D. Thesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.

\r\nM.A. Kyalo, 2009. Response of benthic fauna to mangrove degradation and restoration in Gazi Bay – Kenya. Ph.D.\r\nThesis, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya.

\r\nA.G. Kateka, 2010. Co-management challenges in the Lake Victoria fisheries: A context approach. Ph.D. Dissertation,\r\nSodertons University/Stockholm University, Sweden. (I participated as an Opponent during the defence held on 11th\r\nFebruary 2010).

\r\n\r\n11. SELECTED SHORT COURSES, CONFERENCES, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS

.Attended a series of lectures and practicals in Aquaculture at the Shellfish Research Laboratory, University\r\nCollege Galway, October 1991 to March, 1992.

\r\n. Participated in a Workshop and Training Course on the Biology, Management, Cultivation and Stock\r\nEnhancement of Lobsters (Homarus spp.), Galway, Ireland, 18–22 April 1994.

\r\n. Participated in Advanced Technologies for Aquaculture Development Course, University College Galway,\r\nIreland, 7–9 November 1994.

\r\n. Participated in a Coral Reefs of the Western Indian Ocean Workshop, Mombasa 25 February to 1 March\r\n1997.

\r\n. Attended the Mariculture Workshop, Dar es Salaam 4–12 March 1998.

\r\n. Attended the First National Orientation Training Course on Environmental Impact Assessment, University of\r\nDar es Salaam, 23–31 March 1998.

\r\n. Participated in a study tour to the Marine Protected Areas in USA (Cumberland Island, Georgia; Florida\r\nKeys; US Virgin Islands), 31 July to 17 August 1999.

\r\n. Attended a short course on Planning and Management for Sustainable Coastal Aquaculture Development

\r\n\r\nat Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand, 12th June to 7th July 2000.

\r\n.   Attended a short course on Marine Shrimp and Finfish Seed Production at Asian Institute of Technology,\r\nThailand, 10th July to 4th August 2000.

\r\n.   Participated in East African Marine Ecoregion Visioning Workshop, 23–28 April 2001.

\r\n.   Attended Second WIOMSA Scientific Symposium entitled Advances in Marine Sciences in East Africa:\r\nSetting the Research Agenda, Dar es Salaam, 22–26 October 2001.

\r\n.  Participated in Scientific Symposium on Environment, Univ. of Dar, 23–26 September 2002.

\r\n.   Participated in a Workshop on Marine Biodiversity in Sub-Saharan Africa, Cape Town, South Africa, 23–26\r\nSeptember 2003.

\r\n.   Attended Third Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) Scientific Symposium entitled\r\nAdvances in Marine Science in Eastern Africa: Multi/trans-disciplinary Research for Improved Management\r\nof Resources, Maputo, Mozambique, 12–18 October 2003.

\r\n.   Attended a Symposium entitled Ecohydrology and Physical Fish Habitat Modifications in Lakes, Mondsee,\r\nAustria, 27–28 November 2003.

\r\n.   Participated in Southern Africa Coastal Management (COASTMAN) Workshop and Short Course Resolving\r\nCoastal Conflicts in an Intercultural Context, Maputo, Mozambique, 21–25 February 2005.

\r\n.   Completed a Research Management Training course conducted at the University of Dar es Salaam by The\r\nSociety of Research Administration International, USA, 1–5 August 2005.

\r\n.   Participated in Southern Africa Coastal Management (COASTMAN) Training of Trainers Workshop How to\r\nImplement Community-Based Coastal Zone Management Successfully, Walvis Bay, Namibia, 5–10\r\nDecember 2005.

\r\n.   Participated in Advanced Leadership Training Workshop for Marine Environmental Managers in the Western\r\nIndian Ocean, Durban, Republic of South Africa, 2–6 October 2006.

\r\n.   Participated in Southern Africa Coastal Management (COASTMAN) Training of Trainers Workshop ICZM\r\nand the concept of marine/coastal protected areas – how to deal with conflicting claims regarding the use of\r\ncoastal resources, Cape Town, South Africa, 20–24 November 2006.

\r\n.  Participated in a short course on “Management of Higher Education Institutions, at the Galilee International\r\nManagement Institute, Israel, 16–27 June 2011.

\r\n\r\nPublications in Refereed Journals

\r\n\r\n1. Mgaya, Y.D., 1992. Density and production of Clinocottus globiceps and Oligocottus maculosus (Cottidae) in tidepools at Helby Island, British Columbia. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 85: 219-225.

\r\n\r\n2. Machiwa, J.F., Mgaya, Y.D. and Ndaro, S.G.M., 1992. A preliminary consideration of the role of mangroves in nutrient and organic fluxes in the Rufiji delta system, Tanzania. East Africa Journal of Sciences, 1B(1): 15-27.

\r\n\r\n3. Mgaya, Y.D. and Mercer, J.P., 1994. A review of the biology, ecology, fisheries and mariculture of the abalone, Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus 1758 (Gastropoda: Haliotidae). Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 94B(3): 285-304.

\r\n\r\n4. Mgaya, Y.D., 1995. Age and growth analysis of the mosshead sculpin Clinocottus globiceps Girard from Helby Island, British Columbia. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, 11(1-2): 50-59.

\r\n\r\n5. Mgaya, Y.D., 1995. Synopsis of biological data on the European abalone (ormer), Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus 1758 (Gastropoda: Haliotidae). FAO Fisheries Synopsis, 156: 1-28.

\r\n\r\n6. Mgaya, Y.D. and Mercer, J.P., 1995. The effects of size grading and stocking density on growth performance of juvenile abalone, Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus. Aquaculture, 136: 297-312.

\r\n\r\n\r\n7. Mgaya, Y.D. and Mercer, J.P., 1995. Characterisation of size variability and the effect of intraspecific competition on the development of size variation in the abalone, Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus. Biology and Environment: Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 95B(2): 77-86.

\r\n\r\n8. Mgaya, Y.D., Gosling, E.M., Mercer, J.P. and Donlon, J., 1995. Genetic variation at three polymorphic loci in wild and hatchery stocks of the abalone Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus. Aquaculture, 136: 71-80.

\r\n9. Mgaya, Y.D., 1997. Global warming: a threat to human societies and natural ecosystems. Tanzania Journal of Science, 22&23: 65-74.

\r\n\r\n10. Nzali, L.M., Johnstone, R. and Mgaya, Y.D., 1998. Factors affecting coral recruitment on a nearshore reef in Tanzania. Ambio, 27(8): 717-722.

\r\n\r\n11. Semesi, A.K., Mgaya, Y.D., Muruke, M.H.S., Francis, J., Mtolera, M. and Msumi, G., 1998. Coastal resources utilization and conservation issues in Bagamoyo. Ambio, 27(8): 635-644

. \r\n\r\n12. Mgaya, Y.D., 2000. A quantitative genetic analysis of juvenile growth for the abalone Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus. Recent Advances in Marine Biotechnology (Aquaculture), 4A: 59-73.

\r\n\r\n13. Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. Experimental spat collecting of the edible oyster, Saccostrea cucullata Born (Bivalvia) in the Kunduchi Creek, Dar es Salaam. Tanzania Journal of Science, 27A: 67-81.

\r\n\r\n14. Hartnoll, R.G., Cannicci, S., Emmerson, W.D., Fratini, S., Macia, A., Mgaya, Y., Porri, F., Ruwa, R.K., Shunula, J.P., Skov, M.W., Vannini, M., 2002. Geographic trends in mangrove crab abundance in East Africa. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 10: 203-213.

\r\n\r\n15. Guard, M. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2002. The artisanal fishery for Octopus cyanea Gray (1849) in Tanzania. Ambio, 31(7-8): 528-536.

\r\n\r\n16. Chande, A.I. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2003. The fishery of Portunus pelagicus and species diversity of portunid crabs along the coast of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science, 2(1): 75-84.

\r\n\r\n17. Teikwa, E.D. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2003. Abundance and reproductive biology of Penaeid prawns of Bagamoyo coastal waters, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science, 2(2): 117-126.

\r\n\r\n18. Kamukuru, A.T. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. The food and feeding habits of blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Pisces: Lutjanidae) in shallow waters of Mafia Island, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 42(1): 49-58.

\r\n\r\n19. Kuguru, B.L., Mgaya, Y.D., Ohman, M.C., and Wagner, G.M., 2004. The reef environment and competitive success in the Corallimorpharia. Marine Biology (Berlin), 145: 875-884.

\r\n\r\n20. Chande, A.I. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Food habits of the blue swimming crab Portunus pelagicus along the coast of Dar es Salaam. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science, 3(1): 37-42.

\r\n\r\n21. Kamukuru, A.T. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Effects of exploitation on reproductive capacity of blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Pisces: Lutjanidae) in Mafia Island, Tanzania. African Journal of Ecology, 42: 270-280.

\r\n\r\n22. Kamukuru, A.T., Mgaya, Y.D. and Ohman, M., 2004. Evaluating a marine protected area in a developing country: Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania. Ocean and Coastal Management, 47(7-8): 321-337.

\r\n\r\n23. Mmbaga, T.K. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Sea cucumber fishery in Tanzania: Identifying the gaps in resource inventory and management. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper, 463: 193-203.

\r\n\r\n\r\n24. Kamukuru, A.T. Hecht, T. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Effects of exploitation on age, growth and mortality of the blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Lutjanidae) in Mafia Island, Tanzania. Journal of Fisheries Management and Ecology, 12: 45-55.

\r\n\r\n25. Lugendo, B.R., Pronker, A., Cornelissen, I., de Groene, A., Nagelkerken, I., Dorenbosch, M., der Velde, G., and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Habitat utilisation by juveniles of commercially important fish species in a marine embayment in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Aquatic Living Resources, 18: 149-158.

\r\n\r\n26. Lugomela, C., Pratap, H.B. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2006. Cyanobacteria bloomso possible cause of mass mortality of Lesser Flamingos in Lake Manyara and Lake Big Momela, Tanzania. Harmful Algae 5: 534-541.

\r\n\r\n27. Lugendo, B.R., Nagelkerken, I., der Velde, G., and Mgaya, Y.D., 2006. The importance of mangroves, mud/sand flats and seagrass beds as feeding areas for juvenile fishes in Chwaka Bay, Zanzibar: gut content and stable isotope analysis. Journal of Fish Biology 69: 1639-1661.

\r\n\r\n28. Kimirei, I.A. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2006. Assessment of the status of Lates stappersii (Centropomidae) stock in lift-net fishery in Lake Tanganyika, Kigoma, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Science 32(2): 1-12.

\r\n\r\n29. Mwita, C.J., Nkwengulila, G. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2006. Lake Victoria parasites of clariid fishes 18S ribosomal nucleotide sequences. GeneBank, Acc. No. DQ813444-DQ813465. In: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

\r\n\r\n30. Mwita, C.J., Nkwengulila, G. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2006. Lake Victoria parasites of clariid fishes cyt. b.nucleotide sequences. GeneBank, Acc. No. DQ646345-DQ646374. In: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

\r\n\r\n31. Lugendo, B.R., Nagelkerken, I., Jiddawi, N., Mgaya, Y.D. and van der Velde, G. 2007. Fish community composition of a tropical non-estuarine embayment in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Fisheries Science 73: 1213-1223.

\r\n\r\n32. Lugendo, B.R., Nagelkerken, I., Kruitwagen, G., van der Velde, G. and Mgaya, Y.D. 2007. The relative importance of mangroves as feeding habitats for fishes: A comparison among mangrove habitats with different settings. Bulletin of Marine Science 80(3): 497-512.

\r\n\r\n33. Lugendo, B.R., de Groene, A., , Cornelissen, I., Pronker, A., Nagelkerken, I., der Velde, G., and Mgaya, Y.D., 2007. Spatial and temporal variation in fish community of a marine embayment in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Hydrobiologia 586: 1-16.

\r\n\r\n34. Kimirei, I.A. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2007. Influence of environmental factors on seasonal changes in clupeid catches in the Kigoma area of Lake Tanganyika. African Journal of Aquatic Science 32(3): 291-298.

\r\n\r\n35. Kaaya, L-T., Lugomela, C. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2007. Spatial and temporal variations in phytoplankton species composition, abundance, biomass and productivity in the selected Momela Lakes, Arusha, Tanzania. Discovery and Innovation 19: 25-31.

\r\n\r\n36. Kimirei, I.A. and Mgaya, Y.D. and Chande, A.I., 2008. Changes in species composition and abundance of commercially important fish population in Kigoma Area, Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania. Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 11(1): 29-35.

\r\n\r\n37. Lyimo, T.J., Mvungi, E.F. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2008. Abundance and diversity of seagrass and macrofauna in the inter-tidal areas with and without seaweed farming activities in the east coast of Zanzibar. Tanzania Journal of Science 34: 41-52.

\r\n\r\n38. Mwandya, A.W., Gullstrom, M., Ohman, M.C., Andersson, M.H. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2009. Fish assemblages in Tanzanian mangrove creek systems influenced by solar salt farm constructions. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 82: 193-200.

\r\n\r\n39. Penha-Lopes, G., Bartolini, F., Limbu, S., Cannicci, S., Mgaya, Y., Kristensen, E. and Paula, J., 2010. Ecosystem engineering potential of the gastropod Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus, 1767) in mangrove wastewater wetlands - A controlled mesocosm experiment. Environmental Pollution 158: 258-266.

\r\n\r\n40. Mwandya, A.W., Mgaya, Y.D., Ohman M.C., Bryceson, I., and Gullstrom, M., 2010. Distribution patterns of the striped mullet (Mugil cephalus) in mangrove creeks of Zanzibar, Tanzania. African Journal of Marine Science 32(1): 85-93.

\r\n\r\n41. Kruitwagen, G., Nagelkerken, I., Lugendo, B.R., Mgaya, Y.D. and Wendelaar Bonga, S.E., 2010. Importance of different carbon sources for macroinvertebrates and fishes of an interlinked mangrove-mudflat ecosystem (Tanzania). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88: 464-472.

\r\n\r\n42. Mwandya, A.W., Gullstrom, M., Andersson, M.H., Ohman M.C., Mgaya, Y.D. and Bryceson, I., 2010. Spatial and seasonal variations of fish assemblages in mangrove creek systems in Zanzibar (Tanzania). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 89: 277-286.

\r\n\r\n43. Oenga, D.N., Mgaya, Y.D., Mbahinzireki, G., Shoko, A.P. and Nyanchiri, E.M., 2010. Evaluation of yields and growth performance of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus), with ningu (Labeo victorianus) and African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) in earthen ponds in Kenya. Journal of the National Aquatic Resources Research and Development Agency 40: 33-47.

\r\n\r\n44. Kimirei, I.A., Nagelkerken, I., Griffioen, B.,.Wagner, C. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2011. Ontogenetic habitat use by mangrove/seagrass-associated coral reef fishes shows flexibility in time and space. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92: 47-58.

\r\n\r\n45. Igulu, M.M., Nagelkerken, I., Fraaije, R., van Hintum, R., Ligtenberg, H. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2011. The potential role of visual cues for microhabitat selection during the early life phase of a coral reef fish (Lutjanus fulviflamma). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 401: 118-125.

\r\n\r\n46. Yahya, S.A.S., Gullstrom, M., Ohman, M.C., Jiddawi, N.S., Andersson, M.H., Mgaya, Y.D. and Lindahl, U., 2011. Coral bleaching and habitat effects on colonization of reef fish assemblages: an experimental study. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 94: 16-23.

\r\n\r\n47. Shoko, A.P., Getabu, A., Mwayuli, G. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2011. Growth performance, yields and economic benefits of Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus and kales Brassica oleracea cultured under vegetable-fish culture integration. Tanzania Journal of Science 37: 37-48.

\r\n\r\n48. Hamerlynck, O., Duvail, S.,Vandepitte, L., Kindinda, K.,, Nyingi, D.W., Paul, J.-L., Yanda, P.Z., Mwakalinga, A.B., Mgaya, Y.D. and Snoeks, J., 2011. To connect or not to connect - floods, fisheries and livelihoods in the Lower Rufiji floodplain lakes, Tanzania. Hydrological Sciences Journal 56 (8): 1436-1451.

\r\n\r\n49. Kayanda, R., Everson, I., Munyaho, T. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2012. Target strength measurements of Nile perch (Lates niloticus: Linnaeus, 1758) in Lake Victoria, East Africa. Fisheries Research 113: 76-83.

\r\n\r\n50. Slater, M.J., Mgaya, Y.D., Mill, A.C., Rushton, S.P. Stead, S.M., 2013. Effect of social and economic drivers on choosing aquaculture as a coastal livelihood. Ocean and Coastal Management 73: 22-30.

\r\n\r\n51. Kimirei, I.A., Nagelkerken, I., Mgaya, Y.D. and Huijbers, C.M., 2013. The mangrove nursery paradigm revisited: otolith stable isotopes support nursery-to-reef movements by Indo-Pacific fishes. PLOS ONE 8(6): 1-8.

\r\n\r\n52. Kimirei, I.A., Nagelkerken, I., Trommelen, M., Blankers, P., van Hoytema, N., Hoeijmakers, D., Rypel, A.L., Huijbers, C.M. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2013. What drives ontogenetic niche shifts in reef fishes Ecosystems 16: 783-796.

\r\n\r\n53. Lamtane, H.A., Mgaya, Y.D. and Bailey, R.G., 2013. Effects of water quality, flooding episode and management variables on the yield from self-stocked ponds in lower Rufiji floodplain, Tanzania. Greener Journal of Agricultural Sciences 3(5): 320-331.

\r\n\r\n54. Igulu, M.M., Nagelkerken, I., van der Velde, G. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2013. Mangrove fish production is largely fuelled by external food sources: a stable isotope analysis at the individual, species, and community levels from across the globe. Ecosystems 16: 1336-1352.

\r\n\r\n55. Igulu, M.M., Nagelkerken, I., van der Beek, M., Schippers, M., van Eck, R. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2013. Orientation from open water to settlement habitats by coral reef fish: behavioral flexibility in the use of multiple reliable cues. Marine Ecology Progress Series 494: 243-257.

\r\n\r\n56. Mgana, H.F., Herzig, A. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2014. Diel vertical distribution and life history characteristics of Tropodiaptomus simplex and its importance in the diet of Stolothrissa tanganicae, Kigoma, Tanzania. Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management 17(1): 14-24.

\r\n\r\n57. Slater, M.J., Mgaya, Y.D. and Stead, S.M., 2014. Perceptions of rule-breaking related to marine ecosystem health. PLOS ONE 9(2): 1-8.

\r\n\r\n58. Shoko, A.P., Limbu, S.M., Mrosso, H.D.L. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2014. A comparison of diurnal dynamics of water quality parameters in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus, 1758) monoculture and polyculture with African sharp tooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus, Burchell, 1822) in earthen ponds. International Aquatic Research 6(1): 1-13.

\r\n\r\n59. Shoko, A.P., Limbu, S.M., Mrosso, H.D.L., Mkenda, A.F. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2014. Effect of stocking density on growth, production and economic benefits of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and African sharptooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus) in polyculture and monoculture. Aquaculture Research (In Press).

\r\n\r\n60. Shoko, A.P., Limbu, S.M., Mrosso, H.D.L. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2013. Reproductive biology of female Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus) reared under monoculture and polyculture with sharptooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus, Burchell). Journal of Applied Animal Research (Submitted).

\r\n\r\n61. Kayanda, R.J., Taabu-Munyaho, A., Everson, I. and Mgaya, Y., 2013. Classification of acoustic lakebed indices: the case of coastal and inshore waters of Lake Victoria, East Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science (Submitted).

\r\n\r\n62. Igulu, M.M., Nagelkerken, I., Dorenbosch, M., Grol, M.G.G., Harbone, A.R., Kimirei, I.A., Mumby, P.J., Olds, A.D. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2014. Meta-analysis reveals that utilization of mangrove and seagrass nursery habitats across the globe is related to tidal regime rather than biogeographic region. PLOS ONE (Submitted).

\r\n\r\n63. Kimirei, I.A., Nagelkerken, I., Slooter, N., Gonzalez, E.T., Huijbers, C.M., Mgaya, Y.D. and Rypel, A.L., 2013. Demography of fish populations reveals new challenges in appraising juvenile habitat values. Oikos (Submitted).

\r\n\r\n64. Limbu, S.M., Shoko, A.P., Shirima, E.D., Lamtane, H.A., Kishe-Machumu, M.A., Mgana, H.F. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2014. Effect of initial stocking size of the predatory African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) on recruits, growth performance, survival and yield of mixed-sex Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in concrete tank culture system. Aquaculture Research (Submitted).

\r\n\r\n\r\nBooks and Chapters in Books

\r\n\r\n(a) Books

\r\n\r\n1. Mgaya, Y.D., Kimaro, S., Mwanuo, M., Sobo, F.A.S., Msuya, F., Mahika, C.G., Kalangahe, B., Lema, R., Kibassa, J., Haws, M. and Tobey, J., 1999. Tanzania Mariculture Issue Profile. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership and Mariculture Working Group, Dar es Salaam. University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Center, U.S.A. 102 pp.

\r\n\r\n2. Kulindwa, K., Sosovele, H. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. Socio-Economic Dimensions of Biodiversity Loss in Tanzania. Dar es Salaam University Press, Dar es Salaam. 127 pp.

\r\n\r\n3. Mgaya, Y.D., Mwamsojo, G.U.J., Lema, R., Sobo, F.A.S., Kimaro, S., Maly, R., Mwanuo, M., Mhitu, H.A., Kalangahe, B., Mwaipopo, D., Mahenge, J., Masanja, F., Mbyopyo, S., Lugazo, Z., Shao, A., Haule, W. and Haws, M., 2001. Tanzania Mariculture Guidelines Source Book. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership, University of Rhode Island Coastal Resources Centre and United States Agency for International Development. 206 pp. Appendices 1-2.

\r\n\r\n(b) Chapters in Books

\r\n\r\n1. Mgaya, Y.D. and Mercer, J.P., 1996. Gametogenic cycle of the abalone Haliotis tuberculata L., during conditioning in the hatchery. In: B.F. Keegan and R. O Connor (Editors), Irish Marine Science 1995. Galway University Press, Galway, Ireland, pp. 397-406.

\r\n\r\n2. Horrill, J.C., Kamukuru, A.T., Mgaya, Y.D. and Risk, M., 2000. Northern Tanzania and Zanzibar. In: T.R. McClanahan, C.R.C. Sheppard and D.O. Obura (Editors), Coral Reefs of the Indian Ocean: Their Ecology and Conservation. Oxford University Press, New York, pp. 167-198.

\r\n\r\n3. Kulindwa, K., Sosovele, H. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2000. Rufiji, Ruvu and Wami mangroves. In: Wood, A., Stedman-Edwards, P. and Mang, J. (Editors), The Root Causes of Biodiversity Loss. Earthscan Publications Ltd., London, pp. 309-336.

\r\n\r\n4. Muhando, C., Mgaya, Y. and Daffa, J., 2001. Coastal resources and their use. In: Eastern Africa Atlas of Coastal Resources: Tanzania. UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya, pp. 49-76.

\r\n\r\n5. Mgaya, Y.D. and Juma, S., 2001. Integrated coastal zone management in Tanzania. In: C. Voabil and S. Engdahl (Editors), The Voyage from Seychelles to Maputo: Successes and Failures of Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Eastern Africa and Island States, 1996-2001. Volume I. Eastern African Mainland Country and Regional Reports. SEACAM, Maputo, Mozambique, pp. 123-149.

\r\n\r\n6. Pokorny, J., Prikryl, I., Faina, R., Kansiime, F., Kaggwa, R.C., Kipkemboi, J., Kitaka, N., Denny, P., Bailey, R.G., Lamtane, H.A. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Will fish pond management principles from the temperate zone work in tropical fingerponds? In: J. Vymazal (Editor), Natural and Constructed Wetlands: Nutrients, Metals and Management. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 382-399.

\r\n\r\n7. Ba, M., Berraho, A., Bodiguel, C., Cunningham, S., and Mgaya, Y., 2005. Coastal and Marine Fisheries: Towards a New Vision for the Exploitation and Sustainable Management of Africa Fishery Resources. Technical Review Paper. NEPAD Fish for All Summit, 22-25 August 2005, Abuja, Nigeria. WorldFish Center, Cairo, Egypt. 30 pp.

\r\n\r\n8. Sallema, R.E. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Assessment of factors affecting growth rate of Terebralia palustris L. at Mbweni channel and Mbweni beach mangrove forest. In: Ngoile, M.A.K., Muheto, R.N., Khatibu, F.H., Mapinduzi, A.L. and Maro, P.S. (Editors), Agriculture, Environment and Poverty Eradication in Tanzania. Environmental Sustainability Technical Report 1. National Environment Management Council, Dar es Salaam, pp. 106-116.

\r\n\r\n9. Mgaya, Y. and Mmbaga, T., 2007. Sea cucumbers in Tanzania. In: Conand, C. and Muthiga, N. (Editors), Commercial Sea Cucumbers: A Review for the Western Indian Ocean. WIOMSA Book Series No. 5: 53-59.

\r\n\r\n10. Martin Gullstrom, Martijn Dorenbosch, Blandina Lugendo, Augustine Mwandya, Yunus Mgaya and Charlotte Berkstrom, 2012. Biological connectivity and nursery function of shallow-water habitats in Chwaka Bay. In: Maricela de la Torre-Castro and Thomas Lyimo (Editors), People, Nature and Research in Chwaka Bay, Zanzibar, Tanzania. WIOMSA, Zanzibar, pp. 175-192.

\r\n\r\n\r\n(c) Technical Reports

\r\n12.2.14 Richmond, M.D., Wilson, J.D.K., Mgaya, Y.D., and Le Vay, L., 2002. An analysis of smallholder opportunities\r\nin fisheries, coastal and related enterprises in the floodplain and delta areas of the Rufiji River, Tanzania.\r\nConsultancy Report to Rufiji Environment Management Project. IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Office,\r\nNairobi, Kenya. REMP Technical Report No. 25. 89 pp.

\r\n12.2.15 Mgaya, Y.D., 2005. Synthesis of Fisheries Research and Fisheries Management activities under the\r\nauspices of the Lake Victoria Environment Management Project. Synthesis Report Submitted to LVEMP\r\nNational Secretariat, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 247 pp. Available at Lake Victoria Basin Commission\r\nRepository. URI:\r\nhttp://80.240.198.250:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/120.\r\n12.3 Edited and Published Conference Proceedings

\r\n12.3.1 Mgaya, Y.D. and Kerario, E., 1991. Tanzania National Report. In: C.M. Finlayson and D.E. Pomeroy\r\n(Editors), Wetlands and Waterbirds in Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the IWRB Workshop, Uganda 1990.\r\nIWRB, Slimbridge, U.K., pp. 63-68.

\r\n12.3.2 Lugomela, C.V., Julius, A., Semesi, A.K., Mgaya, Y.D. and Muruke, M.H.S., 1999. Current status of\r\nphytoplankton studies in Tanzania coastal waters. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal\r\nResources of Bagamoyo District Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo,\r\n18–19 December 1997, Bagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 33-39.\r\n15

\r\n\r\n12.3.3 Mgaya, Y.D., Muruke, M.H.S. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. The sea cucumber and mollusc fisheries in\r\nBagamoyo. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo District Tanzania.\r\nProceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997, Bagamoyo.\r\nFaculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 65-71.

\r\n12.3.4 Mgaya, Y.D., Muruke, M.H.S. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. Sustainable mariculture: the case of prawn culture\r\ndevelopment in Bagamoyo District. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of\r\nBagamoyo District Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19\r\nDecember 1997, Bagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 73-83.

\r\n12.3.5 Mgaya, Y.D., Msumi, G.D., Muruke, M.H.S. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. Assessment of the finfish fishery in\r\nBagamoyo coastal waters. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo\r\nDistrict Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997,\r\nBagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 41-54.

\r\n12.3.6 Mgaya, Y.D., Muruke, M.H.S., Chande, A.I. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. Evaluation of crustacean resources in\r\nBagamoyo District. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo District\r\nTanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997,\r\nBagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 55-63.

\r\n12.3.7 Muruke, M.H.S., Mgaya, Y.D., Howell, K.M. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. Tourism development in Tanzania with\r\nparticular reference to Bagamoyo district. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of\r\nBagamoyo District Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19\r\nDecember 1997, Bagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 93-104.

\r\n12.3.8 Muruke, M.H.S., Mgaya, Y.D., Julius, A. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. Salt production and related activities along\r\nthe mangrove ecosystem in Bagamoyo area. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources\r\nof Bagamoyo District Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19\r\nDecember 1997, Bagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 85-91.

\r\n12.3.9 Semesi, A.K., Muruke, M.H.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 1999. Seagrasses and seaweeds at selected sites in\r\nBagamoyo District. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo District\r\nTanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997,\r\nBagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 11-16.

\r\n12.3.10 Semesi, A.K., Muruke, M.H.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 1999. Introduction to the mangroves, seagrasses,\r\nseaweeds and coral reefs. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo\r\nDistrict Tanzania. Proceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997,\r\nBagamoyo. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 1-9.

\r\n12.3.11 Semesi, A.K., Muruke, M.H.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 1999. Mangroves of Ruvu river and Kaole, Bagamoyo\r\nDistrict. In: K.M. Howell and A.K. Semesi (Editors), Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo District Tanzania.\r\nProceedings of a Workshop on Coastal Resources of Bagamoyo, 18–19 December 1997, Bagamoyo.\r\nFaculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 17-25.

\r\n12.3.12 Mgimwa, F.A., Mgaya, Y.D. and Ngoile, M.A.K., 1999. Dynamics of the dema trap fishery in the coastal\r\nwaters of Zanzibar. In: Jiddawi, N.S. and Stanley, R.D. (Editors), Fisheries Stock Assessment in the\r\nTraditional Fishery Sector: The Information Needs. Proceedings of the National Workshop on the Artisanal\r\nFishery Sector, Zanzibar, 22 –24 September 1997, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Institute of Marine Sciences,\r\nUniversity of Dar es Salaam and Canadian International Development Agency, pp. 125-134.

\r\n12.3.13 Msumi, G.D., Mgaya, Y.D., Muruke, M.H.S. and Semesi, A.K., 1999. The artisanal fishery in Bagamoyo: A\r\ncase study of Mbegani shore waters. In: Jiddawi, N.S. and Stanley, R.D. (Editors), Fisheries Stock\r\nAssessment in the Traditional Fishery Sector: The Information Needs. Proceedings of the National Workshop\r\non the Artisanal Fishery Sector, Zanzibar, 22 –24 September 1997, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Institute of Marine\r\nSciences, University of Dar es Salaam and Canadian International Development Agency, pp. 96-103.

\r\n12.3.14 Lugendo, B.R., Mgaya, Y.D. and Semesi, A.K., 2001. The seagrasses and associated macroalgae at\r\nselected beaches along Dar es Salaam coast. In: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine Science\r\nDevelopment in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances\r\nin Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp. 359-373.

\r\n12.3.15 Mhitu, H.A., Mgaya, Y.D., and Ngoile, M.A.K., 2001. Growth and reproduction of the squid, Sepioteuthis\r\nlessoniana in the coastal waters of Zanzibar. In: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine Science\r\nDevelopment in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances\r\nin Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp. 289-300.

\r\n12.3.16 Mlay, A.P., Wagner, G.M. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. A comparative study of the ecology of four sandy/muddy\r\nshores in the Dar es Salaam area. In: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine Science\r\nDevelopment in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances\r\nin Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp. 375-399.

\r\n12.3.17 Mohammed, M.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. Nutrients and their dynamics in the coral reefs off Zanzibar town.\r\nIn: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine Science Development in Tanzania and Eastern Africa.\r\nProceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances in Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1\r\nJuly 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp. 171-183.

\r\n12.3.18 Semesi, A.K., Mgaya, Y.D, Muruke, M., Francis, J., Julius, A., Lugomela, C., Mtolera, M., Kuguru, B., Kivia, D.,\r\nLilungulu, J., Magege, A., Mposo, A., Kaijunga, D., Mwinoki, N., Msumi, G., and Kalangahe, B., 2001.\r\nCoastal resources of Bagamoyo District, Tanzania In: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine\r\nScience Development in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on\r\nAdvances in Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp.\r\n517-533.

\r\n12.3.19 Wagner, G.M., Mgaya, Y.D., Akwilapo, F.D., Ngowo, R.G., Sekadende, B.C., Allen, A., Price, N., Zollet, E.A.,\r\nand Mackentley, N., 2001. Restoration of coral reef and mangrove ecosystems at Kunduchi and Mbweni, Dar\r\nes Salaam, with community participation. In: Richmond, M.D. and Francis, J. (Editors), Marine Science\r\nDevelopment in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances\r\nin Marine Science in Tanzania. 28 June – 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA, pp. 467-488.

\r\n12.3.20 Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. Echinoderm resources: Their utilization and management. In: Mshigeni, K. and Bisanda,\r\nE. (Editors), Breakthrough Opportunities from the World Bioresources. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual\r\nWorld Congress on Zero Emissions, 14 – 17 October 1998, Windhoek, Namibia. The University of Namibia,\r\nWindhoek, Namibia, pp. 111-115.

\r\n12.3.21 Mgaya, Y.D. and Magingo, F.S.S., 2002. Basic science information. In: Kohi, Y., Mteleka, T., Kingamkono,\r\nR., Komba, M., Mbaga, D.R., and Mafunda, D. (Editors), Development of Basic Sciences in Tanzania.\r\nProceedings of the Stakeholder Workshop. 13th – 14th May 2002, Dar es Salaam, pp. 110-118.

\r\n12.3.22 Mgaya, Y.D. 2003. Marine biodiversity in Tanzania – the known and the unknown. In: Decker, C., Griffiths,\r\nC., Prochazka, K., Ras, C., and Whitfield, A. (Editors), Proceedings of the Marine Biodiversity in Sub-\r\nSaharan Africa: The Known and the Unknown, Cape Town, South Africa, 23rd to 26th September 2003.\r\nUniversity of Cape Town, Cape Town, pp. 156-169.

\r\n12.3.23 Mgaya, Y.D., Msaki, P.K., and Kivaisi, A.K. (Editors), 2004. Current Trends in Environmental Science\r\nResearch in Eastern Africa. Proceedings of an International Symposium on Scientific Research on\r\nEnvironment. September 23rd – 26th 2002, Dar es Salaam. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam.\r\n431 pp.

\r\n12.3.24 Sebastian, M., Muruke, M.H.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Bacterial contamination of the edible cockle,\r\nAnadara antiquata, from the Ocean Road and Mjimwema beaches, Dar es Salaam. In: Mgaya, Y.D., Msaki,P.K., and Kivaisi, A.K. (Editors), Current Trends in Environmental Science Research in Eastern Africa.\r\nProceedings of an International Symposium on Scientific Research on Environment. September 23rd – 26th\r\n2002, Dar es Salaam. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 67–84.

\r\n12.3.25 Chande, A.I., Mgaya, Y.D. and Muruke, M.H.S., 2004. Exploitation and population structure of commercially\r\nimportant crustacean resources in Bagamoyo coastal waters, Tanzania. In: Mgaya, Y.D., Msaki, P.K., and\r\nKivaisi, A.K. (Editors), Current Trends in Environmental Science Research in Eastern Africa. Proceedings of\r\nan International Symposium on Scientific Research on Environment. September 23rd – 26th 2002, Dar es\r\nSalaam. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam, pp. 202–213.

\r\n12.3.26 Lamtane, H.A., Mgaya, Y.D. and Bailey, R.G., 2008. Effects of water quality and flooding episode on the\r\nyield of Oreochromis urolepis (Norman, 1922) from self-stocked ponds. Proceedings of the 8th International\r\nSymposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture. October 12-14, 2008, Cairo, Egypt, pp. 141-156.

\r\n12.3.27 Yunus D. Mgaya and Razack Lokina, 2010. Critical success factors in higher education finance and\r\nplanning: An institutional perspective. Sarua Leadership Dialogue Series 2 (2): 53-64.

\r\n12.4 Non-refereed Publications/Reports/Thesis

\r\n12.4.1 Mgaya, Y.D., 1986. Some Aspects of the Biology of Silver-bellies Fish Gerres oyena Forskal (Perciformes:\r\nGerreidae). Undergraduate Research Project (1986). 35 pp.

\r\n12.4.2 Mgaya, Y.D., 1989. Age and Growth of the Mosshead Sculpin Clinocottus globiceps Girard with an\r\nAssessment of its Role in Production of Tidepool Fishes. MSc Thesis, University of British Columbia. 127 pp.

\r\n12.4.3 Mgaya, Y.D., 1995. Studies on Some Quantitative Aspects of Growth, Genetics and Reproduction of the\r\nEuropean Abalone (Ormer) Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus under Aquaculture Conditions. PhD Thesis,\r\nUniversity College Galway, National University of Ireland. 251 pp.

\r\n12.4.4 Mgaya, Y.D., 1997. Prawns farming in Tanzania. Kakakuona, Tanzania Wildlife Magazine No. 7: 14-15.

\r\n12.4.5 Mgaya, Y.D., 1998. Biodiversity and conservation of the marine environment. Kakakuona, Tanzania Wildlife\r\nMagazine, No. 10: 58-61.

\r\n12.4.6 Mgaya, Y.D., Machiwa, J.F., Lugomela, C., Lyimo, T., Joseph, C., Muzuka, A., Shaghude, Y., Mvungi, A.,\r\nMapunda, B. and Mwanuzi, F.L., 2004. Environmental studies of Mtoni mangrove ecosystem, Dar es\r\nSalaam. 105p. Final Report submitted to the Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam.

\r\n12.5 Consultancy Reports

\r\n12.5.1 Mgaya, Y.D., 1991. Preliminary Environmental Impact Assessment Study of the Proposed Songo Songo Gas\r\nPipeline. Consultancy Report to Hardy BBT Ltd., Calgary, Canada. 19 pp.

\r\n12.5.2 Machiwa, J.F., Mgaya, Y.D. and Ndaro, S.G.M., 1991. Environmental Impact Assessment Study of the\r\nProposed Dar es Salaam Harbour Expansion Project. Consultancy Report to Scott Consulting Engineers and\r\nPlanners, U.K. 36 pp.

\r\n12.5.3 Mgaya, Y.D. and Tamatamah, R.A., 1996. The farming of marine organisms. Training manual developed for\r\nTanga Coastal Zone Conservation and Development Programme. 139 pp.

\r\n12.5.4 Mgaya, Y.D., 1997. Environmental impact assessment of the proposed integrated prawn farm project in the\r\nRufiji Delta: Impact on the marine environment. Consultancy Report to African Fishing Company, Dar es\r\nSalaam. 33 pp.

\r\n12.5.5 Wagner, G.M., Mgaya, Y.D. and Benno, B.L., 1997. Environmental Impact Assessment of the Songo Songo\r\nGas to Electricity Project: Impact on the Marine Environment. Consultancy Report to NORPLAN A/S,18\r\nNorway. 86 pp.

\r\n12.5.6 Kulindwa, K., Sosovele, H. and Mgaya, Y.D., 1998. Socio-economic root causes of biodiversity loss in\r\nTanzania: the case of mangrove forests in the three major deltas of Rufiji, Ruvu and Wami river deltas.\r\nConsultancy Report to WWF–US, Washington DC.

\r\n12.5.7 Mgaya, Y.D., 1998. Baseline studies on fish and invertebrates for the Geita Gold Mining Project.\r\nConsultancy Report Submitted to WEGS Consultants for Ashanti Goldfields Company. Part I and II. 46 pp.

\r\n12.5.8 Wagner, G.M., Mallya, U., Juma, S., Mgaya, Y.D., Wahure, O., Mahika, G., and Wagner, S.M., 1999. A\r\npreliminary investigation for an integrated, community-based approach to conservation and restoration on\r\nmarine ecosystems along the Dar es Salaam coast. Consultancy Report to African Development Foundation,\r\nDar es Salaam. 124 pp.

\r\n12.5.9 Mgaya, Y.D., Kundi, B.A.T., Meshack, M.V. and Shija, J.K., 1999. Five years of the UDSM Transformation\r\nProgramme 1994/95–1998/99. Report submitted to Programme Management Unit, University of Dar es\r\nSalaam. 71 pp.

\r\n12.5.10 Mgaya, Y.D., 2001. Investigation of mariculture options in Mafia Island Marine Park. Consultancy Report to\r\nWWF Tanzania Programme Office, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 55 pp.

\r\n12.5.11 Ngusaru, A.S., Mgaya, Y.D., Francis, J., and Sosovele, H., 2001. Root causes of biodiversity loss in Rufiji-\r\nKilwa-Mafia and Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma estuary in Tanzania. Consultancy Report to WWF East African Marine\r\nEcoregion (EAME) Programme. 63 pp.

\r\n12.5.12 Mgaya, Y.D., Suya, T.B. and Mukama, S., 2002. Baseline studies on fish and invertebrates for the Tulawaka\r\nGold Mining Project. Consultancy Report Submitted to WEGS Consultants. Parts I and II. 57 pp.

\r\n12.5.13 Mgaya, Y.D., Mbelle, A.V.Y. and Njau, G.J., 2003. Environmental impact statement of the proposed shrimp\r\nfarming project in Mafia Island. Prepared for ALPHAKRUST LTD., Dar es Salaam. 113 pp.

\r\n12.5.14 Mashalla, Y.J.S. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2003. Final Evaluation of the Project Strengthening Tanzanian Disaster\r\nResponse Capacity (2001-2003). Report submitted to USAID/Tanzania Mission, Dar es Salaam. 93 pp.

\r\n12.5.15 Mgaya, Y.D. and Osaki, K., 2003. Internal evaluation of the first phase of the UDSM – Carnegie Corporation\r\nProgramme (2001 – 2003). University of Dar es Salaam. 50 pp.

\r\n12.5.16 Mashalla, Y.J.S., Kundi, B.A.T., Mgaya, Y.D., and Mlacha, S.A.K., 2004. Strategic Plan and Institutional\r\nDevelopment Support for Institute of Judicial Administration, Lushoto. 70 pp.

\r\n12.5.17 Tusubira, F.F. and Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Final evaluation of the First phase of the University of Dar Es Salaam\r\n– Carnegie Corporation Programme (2001 – 2003). Report submitted to University of Dar es Salaam. 27 pp.

\r\n12.5.18 Mgaya, Y.D. 2004. The vulnerability of mangrove and adjacent coral reefs to climate change in Rufiji Delta.\r\nReport submitted to WWF, the Eastern African Marine Ecoregion Programme, Dar es Salaam. 27 pp.

\r\n12.5.19 Mlacha, S.A.K., Mgaya, Y.D., Mashalla, Y.J.S. and Rubaratuka, I., 2004. Master Plan for the Institute of\r\nJudicial Administration, Lushoto. Report Submitted to IJA, Lushoto.

\r\n12.5.20 Mgaya, Y.D., 2004. Project Implementation Manual for the Marine and Coastal Environment Management\r\nProject (MACEMP). Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism (Mainland) and Ministry of Agriculture,\r\nNatural Resources, Environment and Cooperatives (Zanzibar). 104 pp.

\r\n12.5.21 Mushi, P.S.D., Mgaya, Y.D. and Mrema, G.D., 2004. Study on the impact of the Pre-entry Science\r\nProgramme for the period 1997 to June 2004. Report Submitted to UDSM Gender Dimension Programme\r\nCommittee. 39 pp.

\r\n\r\n12.5.22 Kolding, J., van Zwieten, P.A.M., Manyala, J., Okedi, J., Mgaya, Y.D. and Orach-Meza, F., 2005. Lake\r\nVictoria Environmental Management Program (LVEMP): Regional Synthesis Report on Fisheries Research\r\nand Management. States, trends and processes. LVEMP Regional Secretariat, Entebbe, Uganda. 126 pp.

\r\n12.5.23 Njau, K., Kundi, B.A.T., Mgaya, Y.D., Mvungi, A., and E. Lewanga, 2005. Implementation completion report\r\nfor the Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (T) for the period July 1997-December 2005. 84 pp.

\r\n12.5.24 Mgaya, Y.D., Nfuka, E.N., Toba, R.D. and Mashalla, Y.J.S., 2006. University of Dar es Salaam Information\r\nand Communication Technology Policy. 44 pp.

\r\n12.5.25 Mgaya, Y.D., Kundi, B.A.T. and Mlacha, S.A.K., 2006. Strategic and Perspective Plans for the Inter-\r\nUniversity Council for East Africa. Report Submitted to IUCEA, Kampala, Uganda.

\r\n12.5.26 Ishumi, A.G., Mgaya, Y.D., Moshi, H.B.P., Mtalo, F.W., Muruke, M.H.S., and Toba, R.D., 2006. Institutional\r\nSelf-Evaluation: University of Dar es Salaam’s Evaluation of its Performance for the Period 2004-2006.\r\nReport to the Tanzania Commission for Universities for Purposes of Re-accreditation. University of Dar es\r\nSalaam. 65 pp.

\r\n12.5.27 Mgaya, Y.D., Omari, I.M. and Toba, R.D., 2006. Rolling Strategic Plan for the Period 2006/07 to 2010/2011\r\nfor Dar es Salaam University College of Education. 64 pp.

\r\n12.5.28 Mgaya, Y.D. and Kundi, B.A.T., 2007. Rolling Strategic Plan for the Period 2007/08 to 2011/2012 for the\r\nTanzania National Health Research Forum. 40 pp.

\r\n12.5.29 Whist, E., Lukumbuzya, K., Chijoriga, M.M., Pfliegner, K., and Mgaya, Y.D., 2008. Appraisal of a New\r\nNatural Resources Programme, 2008-2012. Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Final Appraisal\r\nReport to Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam. Scanteam, Oslo. 83 pp.

\r\n12.5.30 Sosovele, H., Benjamin, C., Issa, A.S., Kabengi, M.K., Kiwasila, H., Meadows, K., Mfinanga, D., Mgaya,\r\nY.D., Nahonyo, C.L. and Thiam, B., 2008. Strategic Environmental Assessment of Mafia Island. Volumes I–\r\nIII. Prepared for Millennium Challenge Account–Tanzania. IRG, Washington DC / IRA-UDSM / IUCN, Dar es\r\nSalaam.

\r\n12.5.31 Mgaya, Y.D., Kundi, B.A.T. and Manyaga, T., 2010. Tanzania Qualifications Framework. Consultancy Report\r\nsubmitted to Tanzania Commission for Universities, Dar es Salaam.

\r\nCERTIFICATION: I, the undersigned certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this Curriculum Vitae correctly\r\ndescribes qualifications, my experience and myself.

\r\n\r\nSignature                                                                         Date: 8th June 2013\r\n

  
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