Aquatic


        Dr. Albogast T. Kamukuru

CURRICULUM VITAE
Dr. Albogast T. Kamukuru

\r\nCONTACT ADDRESS:
c/o Department of Aquatic Sciences and Fisheries\r\nUniversity of Dar es Salaam
\r\nP.O. Box 35064 Dar es Salaam - Tanzania
\r\nTel.: 255-22-2650011
\r\nCell: 255-744-018761
\r\nFax: 255-22-2410480/255-22-2650244
\r\nEmail: kamukuru@udsm.ac.tz/kamkuru@yahoo.com

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\r\nEngaged in teaching undergraduate courses in the field of fisheries biology and
management:

\r\n\r\nUndergraduate courses:
\r\nZL 207 Ichthyology 2 Units: Taught during 2nd Semester
\r\nAF 207 Swimming and Snorkeling 2 Units: Taught during 1st Semester (Teaching shared
with Dr. Lugomela)
\r\n\r\n\r\nResearch interest

\r\nApplication of ecological theories to the management of fish resources in ecosystems of a great interest such as coral reefs, seagrass beds, seaweeds, mangrove swamps and estuaries being critical habitats to numerous marine organisms. Other areas of great interest include conservation biology, marine protected areas, and biodiversity.

\r\n\r\nPublications since 1996
\r\nMcClanahan, T.R., Kamukuru, A.T., Muthiga, N.A., Yebio, M.G. & Obura, D. (1996) Effects of sea urchin reductions on algae, coral and fish populations. Conservation Biology 10: 136-154.

\r\nMcClanahan, T.R., Muthiga, N.A., Kamukuru, A.T., Machano, H. & Kiambo, R.W. (1999) The effects of marine parks and fishing on coral reefs of northern Tanzania. Biological Conservation 89: 161-182.

\r\nHorrill, J.C., Kamukuru, A.T., Mgaya, Y.D. & Risk, M. (2000) Northern Tanzania, Unguja and Pemba. In: McClanahan, T.R., Sheppard, C. & Obura, D. (Eds.). Coral Reefs of the Western Indian Ocean: Their Ecology and Conservation. Oxford University Press, New York pp. 167-198.

\r\nKamukuru, A.T. & 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: 49-58.

\r\nKamukuru, A.T. & 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\nKamukuru, A.T., Mgaya, Y.D. & Öhman, M. C. (2004) Evaluating a marine protected area in a developing country: Mafia Island Marine Park, Tanzania. Ocean and Coastal Management 47: 321-337.

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

\r\nKamukuru, A.T. (2005) Using otolith weight to estimate total mortality of blackspot snapper, Lutjanus fulviflamma (Lutjanidae) at Mafia Island, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 4: 211-217.

\r\n\r\nTechnical Reports
\r\nKamukuru, A.T. (1994) Coral reef monitoring techniques: a case study in Kenyan \r\nlagoonal reefs. Report to Coral Reef Conservation Project, Wildlife Conservation Society, Mombasa. 17 pp.

\r\nMcClanahan, T.R., Kamukuru, A.T., Muthiga, N.A. & Obura, D. (1994) Sea urchin removal studies on Kenyan coral reefs. Report to Coral Reef Conservation Project, Wildlife Conservation Society, Mombasa 35 pp.

\r\nKamukuru, A.T. (1997) Assessment of biological status of the Dar es Salaam Marine Reserves systems off the Kunduchi coast, Tanzania. Report to Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA), Zanzibar & IOC/UNESCO, Paris 31 pp.

\r\nMuhando, C.A., Mndeme, Y.S. & Kamukuru, A.T. (1998) Mnazi Bay-Ruvuma estuary proposed Marine Park: Environmental Assessment. Report Commissioned and sponsored by IUCN and World Bank 29 pp.

\r\nSamoilys, M., Church, J., Kaunda-Arara, B. Kamukuru, A.T. & Jiddawi, N. (2004) Preliminary findings on spawning aggregations of reef fishes in Eastern Africa. Proceedings 10th International Coral Reef Symposium. Okinawa, Japan.

\r\nLabrosse, P., Mohammed, A., Kamukuru, A.T. & Anderson, J. (2004) An assessment of currently exploited shallow-water and intertidal fisheries in MBREMP and recommendations for a fisheries management strategy. Report for UNDP/GEF Development of Mnazi Bay Ruvuma Estuary Marine Park (MBREMP) Project. EARO/IUCN, Nairobi 60 pp.

\r\nKamukuru, A.T. (2005) Reproductive biology of a white spotted rabbitfish, Siganus sutor (Pisces: Siganidae) from basket trap fishery in Dar es Salaam Marine Reserves System, Tanzania. Research report submitted to Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA), Zanzibar 30 pp.

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