Aquatic


        Dr. Ngoile, M.A.K.

C.V. MAGNUS NGOILE
\r\n1. PERSONAL DATA

\r\n1.1. Name : Magnus Andrew Komba Ngoile

\r\n1.2. Current Work Address:

\r\nP.O. Box 68220, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

\r\n1.3. Permanent Address:House No. UNN/KND/245, Ununio/Boko. P,O. Box 68220, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

\r\n1.4. E-mail Address: makngoile818@gmail.com.

\r\n1.5. Nationality: Tanzanian

\r\n2. EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION:

\r\n2.1. Ph D. Fisheries Science at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, completed in 1987

\r\n2.2. M.Sc. in Fisheries Science at Humboldt State University, Arcata, California, USA, completed in 1977

\r\n2.3. B.Sc. Zoology & Botany at the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania completed in 1974.

\r\n3. WORK EXPERIENCE

\r\n3.1. Management Positions:

\r\nMarch 2013 to date Senior Lecturer, Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries, University of Dar es Salaam March, 2012 to February 2013 Ocean Policy and Governance Consultant August, 2008 to March 2012 Policy and Governance Coordinator, UNDP/GEF Agulhas Somali Currents Large Marine Ecosystems (ASCLME) November, 2005 to July 2008 The Team Leader for the EEZ Governance Facilitation Team for the Marine and Coastal Management Environment (MACEMP) a World Bank supported Project. October 1998 -October, 2005: Director General, Tanzania National Environment Management Council. Overall responsibility includes the planning, management and administration of the day-to-day activities of programmes and projects of the Council as well as providing policy advice and guidance on environmental conservation both terrestrial and marine. October 1995 - February 1998: Coordinator, IUCN Marine and Coastal Programme, responsible for coordinating and facilitating the development and implementation of marine and coastal activities of IUCN. July 1988 - September 1995:

\r\nDirector, IMS, University of Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Tanzania, for triennium 1988/91, 1991/1994, 1994/1997. As Director was responsible for wide ranging responsibilities, in addition to administrative functions, development of infrastructure; initiate and implement research and training

\r\nC.V. MAGNUS NGOILE

\r\n\r\nprogrammes; as well as developing project proposals for presentation to donors for funding.

\r\n3.2. Research, and teaching:

\r\nServed the Institute of Marine Sciences (University of Dar es Salaam) in various research positions since its establishment in 1979. Conducted and coordinated various research activities as well as participation in teaching undergraduates and supervising postgraduate students in marine biology and fisheries science. Seeking scholarship opportunities for research staff;

\r\n4. PROFESSIONAL SKILLS/EXPERIENCE AND INITIATIVES:

\r\n4.1. Have extensive experience in policy, governance and management issues related to marine and coastal resources and environment

\r\n4.2. Have extensive research experience in fisheries, marine ecology, population biology and environment,

\r\n4.3. Was instrumental to the capacity growth of the Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam.

\r\n4.4. Have organized and participated in numerous national, regional, and international technical fora and policy dialogue discussing marine and coastal management and conservation issues.

\r\n4.5. Have initiated and promoted the development of the instruments for the establishment of marine parks and reserves for Tanzania including Mafia Island Marine Park. Have played a key role in the development of the Tanzania Coastal and environmental policies and legislation

\r\n4.6. On Zanzibar Islands have coordinated the collection of base line marine and coastal data which assisted in the development of the Zanzibar Environmental Policy.

\r\n4.7. Have also assisted in the development of community based marine conservation projects aimed at incorporating indigenous management mechanisms for the conservation of coastal and marine resources as part and parcel of implementing the policy such as the multi-million dollar (US$ 61 million) Tanzania Marine and Coastal Environment Management Project (MACEMP) which benefited Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar

\r\n4.8. Developed a marine science capacity building for Tanzania through the support SAREC and later of Sida-SAREC; the support which continues to date.

\r\n4.9. At regional level, have played a key role in the development of marine sciences in Eastern Africa and capacity building through the support of Sida-SAREC.

\r\n4.10. Have organized various national as well as regional courses, workshops, seminars and conferences on marine conservation and sustainable management of the uses of coastal and marine resources. Was central to the organization of the two regional ministerial conferences for the development of a regional approach to integrated coastal management (ICM) in Eastern Africa, opening a dialogue between the players in policy-planning-management-research for

\r\n\r\n4.11. Was central to the establishment of the Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA), a network of scientists, individuals and institutions participating and supporting the advancement of conservation and sustainable use of the marine and coastal resources in the Western Indian Ocean. Was the first President/Chairman and was a board member to WIOMSA for several years. Have assisted in seeking funding for the Association.

\r\n4.12. Have assisted in the development and operationalization of the Nairobi Convention.

\r\n4.13. At global level; as Coordinator of Marine and Coastal Programme was responsible for sourcing funding, coordinating and facilitating the development and implementation of marine and coastal conservation activities of IUCN including the establishment and servicing of international networks and partnerships. Have participated in many international meetings and conferences as well as inter-governmental fora.

\r\n4.14. Have evaluated several marine and coastal management programmes including in Belize, Eritrea, BCLME and in Tanzania as well as UNEP projects and programmes.

\r\n4.15. Have been in the editorial Board of several journals and reviewed articles for publication.

\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n5. PUBLICATIONS:

\r\nHave published more than 50 papers in the field of marine sciences, fisheries coastal and environmental management.

\r\n5.1. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1978. The biology of the redtail surfperch, Amphistichus rhodoterus, (Agasiz)in Northern California. M.Sc. thesis, Humboldt State University, Arcata, Calif. USA.

\r\n5.2. Ngoile, M.A.K., Chale, A. and Mapunda, R. 1978. Aquatic pollution in Tanzania. Sixth FAO/SIDA Workshop on Aquatic Pollution in relation to the Protection of Living Resource. Nairobi/Mombasa Kenya, 12 June to 22 July 19678. FIR: TRIP/78 INF. 19.

\r\n5.3. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1980. A survey of fishing units in Zanzibar and Pemba Islands. Tanzania Notes and Records 88/89: 89-96.

\r\n5.4. Bwathondi, P.O.J. and Ngoile, M.A.K. 1980. First record of the sunfish Mola mola (Linaeus) (Molidae) from Kizimkazi, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Univ. Sci. J., Dar es Salaam 6 (1&2): 15-18

\r\n5.5. Bwathondi, P.O.J., Ngoile, M.A.K. and Mohammed, S.M. 1981 Length-weight relationship of Rastrelliger kanagurta (Cuvier) and Siganus oramin (Bloch & Schnieder, 1801). Univ. Sci. J. Dar es Salaam 7(1&2): 71-76.

\r\n5.6. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1982. A review of the demersal fisheries of Tanzania. Univ. Sci. J. Dar es Salaam 8 (1&2):20-34.

\r\n5.7. Bwathondi, P.O.J. and Ngoile, M.A.K. 1982. Bivalves fouling floating cages used in fish aquaculture. Indian J. Mar. Sci. 11 (3): 283-285.

\r\n5.8. Bwathondi, P.O.J.; Ngoile, M.A.K. 1982. Marine fisheries resources in the territorial waters of East Africa, Pg. 23 -32. In: J.R. Mainoya, P.O.J. Bwathondi and H.B. Pratap. Eds. Status and Problems of marine resources development in Tanzania. Department of Zoology and Marine Biology, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

\r\n5.9. Bwathondi, P.O.J.; Ngoile, M.A.K., 1982. Acute Toxicity of Toxaphane to coastal marine fishes of Zanzibar, Tanzania. Workshop on State of Development of Marine Sciences in Tanzania. IMS, University of Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, April, 1982.

\r\n5.10. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1983. The assessment of marine fish stocks in Tanzania. Proceedings of the symposium on the role of Biology in Development, Dar es Salaam September 1983. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam. (Abstract)

\r\n5.11. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1987. Fisheries biology of the squid Loligo forbesi Steenstrup (Cephalopoda:Loliginidae) in Scottish waters. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Aberdeen Scotland 218p.

\r\n5.12. Howard, F.G., Ngoile, M.A.K. and Mason, J. 1987. Loligo forbesi: Its present status in Scottish fisheries. ICES CM 1987/K: 5.

\r\n5.13. Ngoile, M.A.K., 1988. Marine pollution in Tanzania: Sources Dispersion, and effects. In Mainoya, J.R. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Workshop on the Ecology and Bio-productivity of the Marine Coastal Waters of Eastern Africa. University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam 18-20th Jan. 1988. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam 133-144pg.

\r\n5.14. Boyle, P.R., Mangold, K. and Ngoile, M.A.K. 1988. Biological variation in Elodone cirrhosa (Cephalopoda: Octapoda): Simultaneous comparisons of the North Sea and Mediterranean population. Malacologia: 29 (1): 77 - 87.

\r\n5.15. Ngoile M.A.K., Bwathondi, P.O.J. and Makwaia, E.S. 1988 Marine Fisheries Resources of Tanzania. In Mainoya, J.R. (Ed.) Proceedings of the Workshop on the Ecology and Bio-productivity of the Marine Coastal Waters of Eastern Africa. University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam 18-20th Jan. 1988. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam 114-120pg.

\r\n5.16. Ngoile, M.A.K. 1989. Post-harvest fishery losses in Zanzibar. Workshop on post-harvest losses in fish production in Eastern Africa. African Biosciences Networks/University of Dar es Salaam. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 1st - 4th August 1989.

\r\n5.17. Ngoile, M.A.K. and Shunula J.P. 1989. Consequences of human activities on the marine environment of Zanzibar. In Khan, M.R. and H.J. Gijzen (Eds). Proceedings of a Symposium on Environmental Pollution and its Management in Eastern Africa. Faculty of Science, University of Dar es Salaam. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 11th - 15th September 1989. 134 - 151p.

\r\n5.18. Bryceson, I., T.F. De Souza, I. Jehangeer, M.A.K. Ngoile and P. Wynter. 1988. The state of the marine environment in the Eastern African Region. UNEP Regional Seas Reports and Studies No. 113 UNEP, 1990. 46p.

\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n5.19. Ngoile, M.A.K. and Bwathondi, P.O.J. Environmental aspects of the utilization of aquatic resources. Proceedings of a Workshop on the Preparation of a National Conservation Strategy for Tanzania. Dodoma, Tanzania, 12 - 17 November 1990.

\r\n5.20. Hoekstra, T. ; Ngoile, M.A.K.; Jiddawi, N.S.; Rotteglia, C., 1990. Census of marine fishing units of Zanzibar in 1989: Regional Project for the Development and Management of Fisheries in the South West Indian Ocean. RAF/87/008/WP/60/90/E 118pg.

\r\n5.21. Ngoile, M.A.K.(ed.), 1990. Ecological Baseline Surveys of Coral Reefs and Intertidal Zones around Mnemba Island and Zanzibar Town. Zanzibar Environmental Study Series Number 9. 1990. Commission for Lands and Environment, Zanzibar. 66p.

\r\n5.22. Ngoile, M.A.K. and Horrill, J.C., 1991. Preliminary survey of the intertidal flats in south Mafia. Proc. Coastal Lagoon Workshop, Inhaca Is., Mozambique, 2 - 6 December 1991:Pg 218-225

\r\n5.23. Horrill, J.C. and Ngoile, M.A.K. 1991. Results of the physical, biological, and resource use surveys: Rationale for the development of a management strategy. Frontier-Tanzania/ Society for Environmental Exploration, London, U.K. Report No. 2. September 1991. 46p.

\r\n5.24. Ngoile, M.A.K. and Shunula, J.P. 1992 Status and exploitation of the mangrove and associated fishery resources in Zanzibar. Hydrobiologia 247: 229-234

\r\n5.25. Mtolera, M.S.P., M.A.K. Ngoile and A.K. Semesi, 1992. Ecological considerations in sustainable Eucheuma farming in Zanzibar. In K.E. Mshigeni, J. Bolton, A. Critchley and G. Kianga (eds). Proc. of the First International Workshop on Sustainable Seaweed Resources Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Windhoek, Namibia, March 22-29, 1992. pp 255-263

\r\n5.26. Collen, J., Pedersen, M., Mtolera, M., Ngoile, M.A.K., and Semesi, A. 1992. Carbon assimilation of the Eucheuma denticulatum. In K.E. Mshigeni, J. Bolton, A. Critchley and G. Kianga (eds). Proc. of the First International Workshop on Sustainable Seaweed Resources Development in Sub-Saharan Africa. Windhoek, Namibia, March 22-29, 1992. pp 77-83

\r\n5.27. Horril,C.J.; Ngoile, M.A.K., 1992. Mafia Island Project Report No. 2 (2nd Ed.) Result of physical, biological and resource use survey: Rationale for the development of a management strategy. 2nd Report Frontier-Tanzania Technical Report No. 8. The Society for Environmental Exploration, UK. Volume I (Text): 45 pp., Volume II (Appendixes). 48 pp.

\r\n5.28. Horrill, C.J..; Ngoile, MAK., 1992. Volume I (Text): Results of the physical, biological and resource use surveys: Rationale for the development of a management strategy. Mafia Island\r\nProject Report No.2. Second Edition. Society for Environmental Exploration. London and the University of Dares Salaam. ISBN I 87307002 0. ISSN 0960-2437.

\r\n5.29. Horrill, C.J..; Ngoile, M.A.K., 1992. Volume 1I (Appendixes): Results of the physical, biological and resource use surveys: Rationale for the development of a management strategy. Mafia Island Project Report No. 2. Second Edition. Society for Environmental Exploration, London and the University~ of Dares Salaam. ISBN ] 873070 02 0. ISSN 0960-243 7.

\r\n5.30. Boyle P.R. and Ngoile M.A.K. 1993. Population variation and growth in Loligo Forbesi (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) from Scottish waters. Okutani, T. O Dor, R.K. and Kabodera, T (Eds.) 1993. Recent Advances in Fisheries Biology (Tokai University Press, Tokyo) pp 49 -59

\r\n5.31. Boyle P.R. and Ngoile M.A.K. 1993. Assessment of maturity state and seasonality of reproduction in Loligo Forbesi (Cephalopoda: Loliginidae) from Scottish waters. Okutani, T. O Dor, R.K. and Kabodera, T (Eds.) 1993. Recent Advances in Fisheries Biology (Tokai University Press, Tokyo) pp 37 -48

\r\n5.32. Ngoile, M.A.K. and J.C. Horrill, 1993. Coastal ecosystems, productivity and ecosystem protection: Coastal ecosystem management. Ambio Vol.22(7): 461 - 467.

\r\n5.33. Horrill, C.J.; Jiddawi, N.S. Ngoile, M.A.K., 1993. The role of marine sciences in the development of artisanal fisheries and marine environmental protection in Zanzibar. Mimeo IMS. 8pg.

\r\n5.34. Muhando, C. A.; Ngoile, M.A.K. 1994. Nursery functions of coastal ecosystem of Chwaka Bay and Paje Coast, Zanzibar. Terminal Report of EEC (STD3) Project. 21pg.

\r\n5.35. Semesi, A.K. and M.A.K. Ngoile, 1995. Status of the coastal and marine environment in the United Republic of Tanzania. In: Proceedings of the Arusha Workshop and Policy Conference on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Eastern Africa including the Island States. Linden, O. (ed.). SAREC Marine Program, Coastal Management Center, Manila, Philippines, pp291 -313\r\n5.36. Coughanowr, C, M.A.K. Ngoile and O. Linden. 1995. Coastal management in Eastern Africa including the Island States: a review of Issues and Initiatives. Ambio Vol. 24(7-8):448-457.

\r\n5.37. Ngoile M.A.K. 1995. The management and monitoring of marine protected areas on Zanzibar. A training course UNO/RAF/006/GEF field document 15, 1995 87pg

\r\n5.38. Horrill, J.C., W.R.T. Darwall and M. Ngoile. 1996. Development of a marine protected area: Mafia Island, Tanzania. Ambio, XXV (1) Feb. 1996

\r\n5.39. Ngoile M.A.K. et al 1996 Coastal Zone Management in Tanzania. In O.Linden and G. Lundin, Proceedings of the National Workshop on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Tanzania, 8-12 May 1995. The World Bank . 14-123pg

\r\n5.40. Ngoile M.A.K. and M.A. Kiwia, 1996. The development of Mafia Island Marine Park: A Case Study. In O.Linden and C.G. Lundin, Proceedings of the National Workshop on Integrated Coastal Zone Management in Tanzania, 8-12 May 1995. The World Bank.124-132

\r\n5.41. Ngoile, M.A.K., 1997. Coastal Zone Issues and ICZM initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa. Ocean and Coastal Management Journal, Special Issue pg. 269 - 279.

\r\n5.42. Ngoile, M.A.K.,; Linden, O., 1997. Lessons Learned from Eastern Africa. The Development of Policy on ICZM at National and Regional Levels. Ocean and Coastal Management, Special Issue pg 297 - 318.

\r\n5.43. Ngoile M., J. Francis and M. Mtolera 1997. Advances of Marine Science in Eastern Africa: Application of Scientific Knowledge in Marine Science in Coastal Management . Proceedings of the \r\nFirst WIOMSA Scientific Symposium on sharing coastl management experiences in the Western Indian Ocean, Mombasa, Kenya, 2 - 3 May 1997. 87pg.

\r\n5.44. Moffat, D. , M. Ngoile, O. Linden and J. Francis, 1998. The reality of the stomach: Coastal management at the Local Level in Eastern Africa. Ambio, Vol. XXVII (8) 590 - 598

\r\n5.45. Hale L.Z.; E. Meltzer and M. Ngoile. 1998 Application of International Experience to Formulation of a National Policy for Coastal Management for the United Republic of Tanzania. Coastal Management Report No. 2206. Coastal Resources Center, University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island, USA

\r\n5.46. Mgimwa, F.A.; Mgaya, Y.D.; Ngoile, M.A.K. 1999. Dynamics of dema traps fin fish catches in the coastal waters of Zanzibar, Tanzania, Pg. 101 -103. In: N.S. Jiddawi and R. Stanley, ed. Fisheries Stock Assessment in the Traditional Fisheries Sector: The Information Needs. Proceedings of the National Workshop on the Artisanal Fisheries Sector, Zanzibar. 22 24 September 1997, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, Tanzania.

\r\n5.47. Ngoile, M.A.K.; J. Daffa and J. Kulekana. 1999. Integrated Coastal Management in Tanzania and Eastern Africa: Addressing Diminishing Resources and a Forgotten People. In B. von Bodungen and R.K. Turner. Science and Integrated Coastal Management. Dahlem University Press, Berlin. 191 -201pg.

\r\n5.48. Richter, C; and M.A.K. Ngoile. 1999. Integrated Coastal Management in Developing Countries. In B. von Bodungen and R.K. Turner. Science and Integrated Coastal Management. Dahlem University Press, Berlin. 191 - 201pg.

\r\n5.49. Ngoile, M.A.K. 2001. The Challenges of Integrating Marine Science with Coastal management in the Western Indian Ocean Region. In Richmond M.D. and Francis, J. (eds.). Marine Sciences Development in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances in Marine Science in Tanzania 28 June- 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA. 19-28pg

\r\n5.50. Mhitu, H.A.; Y.D. Mgaya and M.A.K. Ngoile. 2001. Growth and Reproduction of the Big Fin Squid, Sepioteuthis lessoniana, in the Coastal Waters of Zanzibar. In Richmond M.D. and Francis, J. (eds.). Marine Sciences Development in Tanzania and Eastern Africa. Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference on Advances in Marine Science in Tanzania 28 June- 1 July 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania. IMS/WIOMSA. 289-300pg

\r\n5.51. Ngoile, M.A.K.; G.U.J. Mwamsojo and F. J. Kaiza. 2001. Kilwa: Paradise Lost. NEMC/Pew Marine Conservation Programme. Published by Professional Publications Ltd.

\r\n5.52. Roitenbeek, J. Hewawasam, I and Ngoile M. (eds.). 2005. Blueprint 2050: Sustaining the Marine Environment in Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. World Bank 125 p.

\r\n5.53. D. Vousden, LEP Scott, W. Sauer, T.G. Bornman, M. Ngoile, J. Stapley and J.R.E. Lutjeharms. 2008. Establishing a basis for the ecosystem management in the western Indian Ocean. South African Journal of Science, 104: 417-420 pp.

\r\n5.54. Rice J, et al 2012. The role of MPAs in reconciling fisheries management with conservation of biological diversity. Ocean and Coastal Management 69 (2012) 217- 230. Ocean & Coastal Management 69 (2012) 217e230

\r\n1. OTHER RELEVANT AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION

\r\n Evaluation of projects and programmes:

\r\ni. Ngoile, M, L. Melamari, and S. Makoloweka, 1998. Evaluation of the Mafia Island Marine Park (MIMP), Tanzania commissioned by WWF-Tanzania Country Office

\r\nii. Olsen, S. and M. Ngoile, 1998. Evaluation of the GEF/UNDP Coastal Management Programme for Belize commissioned by UNDP

\r\niii. Grindle, J. and M. Ngoile, 2000. Report on the External Evaluation of the Tanga Coastal Zone Conservation and Development, Tanzania commissioned by the Irish Embassy in Dar es Salaam.

\r\niv. Ngoile, M and J. Francis, 2000. External evaluation of the contribution of UNEP to the implementation of the Nairobi Convention and its regional Coordinating Unit. UNEP, Nairobi, commissioned by UNEP

\r\nv. Ngoile, M. Final Review and Evaluation of the Project on the Development and Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment in Sub-Saharan Africa. Proj. GF/6010-00-16 2commissioned by UNEP in 2003

\r\nvi. Voudsen, D and M. Ngoile. 2005. The GEF Independent Mid Term Evaluation of the Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem (BCLME) Programme commissioned by UNDP

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