A list of national and international conferences/workshops attended/presented by departmental staff members

 

1)     Charles Lugomela: SAREC - Regional course in computer-assisted monitoring of photosynthesis through the use of the Light - pipette held at the Department of Botany University of Dar-es-salaam - Tanzania, 8th to 16th September 1994.

2)     Charles Lugomela: SAREC - Regional course in algal physiology (Part 1) held at the Institute of Marine Sciences, Zanzibar - Tanzania, 19th to 23rd September 1994.

3)     Charles Lugomela: EEC Regional workshop on Inter-linkage between Coastal Ecosystems, held at Mombasa - Kenya, October 1994.

4)     Charles Lugomela: SAREC - Regional course in Algal Physiology, cultivation and Nitrogen / Carbon Metabolism (Part 2: Research methods) held at the Kunduchi Marine Biological Station, Dar-es-Salaam, 7th to 16th June 1995.

5)     Charles Lugomela: Symposium on the Biology of Microalgae, Macroalgae and Seagrasses in the Western Indian Ocean held at the University of Mauritius, December, 3rd to 10th, 1995.

6)     Charles Lugomela: IOC/SAREC/DANIDA Training course on the Taxonomy and Biology of Harmful Marine Microalgae held at the University of Mauritius, 5 - 14 February, 1996.

7)     Charles Lugomela: SAREC regional training course on phytoplankton and bacterioplankton production held at the Institute of marine sciences, Zanzibar, March 1996.

8)     Charles Lugomela: Workshop on utilization of coastal resources in Bagamoyo district, held at Bagamoyo, Tanzania, 18th - 20th December 1997.

9)     Charles Lugomela: IOC workshop on Harmful Algal Bloom in the Western Indian Ocean, held at the Institute of Marine Sciences, Zanzibar, 8th - 13th February, 1999.

10) Charles Lugomela: Sida/SAREC Regional Course on the Biology of Marine Phytoplankton and Cyanobacteria, 18th to 23rd March, 1999, Zanzibar, Tanzania.

11) Charles Lugomela: Sida regional workshop on scientific data presentation and publication. Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Dar Es Salaam, 12th to 16th April 1999.

12) Charles Lugomela: Norfa training course on Biological Nitrogen Fixation, 11th to 22nd June 2000. Department of Biology, University of Helsink, Helsink, Finland.

13) Charles Lugomela: European Science Foundation (ESF) training course on Cyanobacterial symbioses, 27th August to 3rd September, 2000. Ballvaughan, Co Clare, Ireland.

14) Charles Lugomela: Regional Symposium in Marine Botany in the Western Indian Ocean, 12- 16th December, 2000, Maputo, Mozambique.

15) Charles Lugomela: International Seaweed Symposium, 29th January to 2nd February 2001, Capetown, South Africa.

16) Charles Lugomela: 2nd WIOMSA Scientific Symposium, 22nd to 26th October 2001, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

17) Charles Lugomela: IOC training workshop on Hamful Algal Blooms in the West African Region, 28th October to 2nd November 2001, Accra, Ghana.

18)Charles Lugomela: European Union (EU) workshop on molecular biology of cyanobacteria, June 9 to 12, 2002, Stockholm, Sweden.

19) Charles Lugomela: European Science Foundation (ESF) final Symposium on cyanobacterial nitrogen fixation: From molecules to ecological systems. Tomar, PortugalSeptember 25 to 28, 2002.

20) Charles Lugomela: University of Dar es Salaam, Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) Course on Effective Teaching Methods in Higher Learning Institutions, 28th October to 1st November 2002, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

21) Charles Lugomela: Workshop to develop a distance learning course to provide training in the collection, analysis and use of information in fisheries management, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town, South Africa, 3rd 6th February, 2003

22) Charles Lugomela: 3RD WIOMSA Scientific Symposium on Advances in Marine Science in Eastern Africa: Mult/trans-disciplinary Research for Improved Management of Resources. Maputo, Mozambique, 15 18 October 2003.

23) Charles Lugomela: Training Course on Integration of ICT in Teaching and Learning in Higher Learning Institutions at Centre for Continuing Education (CCE), University of Dar es Salaam, 8th to 12 March 2004.

24) Charles Lugomela: IOC-DANIDA Training Course on the Taxonomy of Harmful Microalgae, 19 to 31 July 2004 at the IOC Science and communication Center on Harmful Algae, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

25)  Charles Lugomela: 4th WIOMSA Scientific Symposium on Advances in Marine Science in Eastern Africa: 29 Aug - 3 Sept 2005 in Grand Baie in Mauritius.

26)  Charles Lugomela: Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) advanced leadership training workshops for heads of marine related institutions. 29th October 2nd November, 2005. Maputo, Mozambique.

27) Charles Lugomela: 2nd Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) advanced leadership training workshops for heads of marine related institutions. 25b - 29th October, 2006. Zanzibar, Tanzania

28) Simon Ndaro: Symposium on the Utilisation of the Resources and conservation of the Great Lakes of Africa, Bujumbura, BURUNDI. Date: December 1989.

29) Simon Ndaro: Training in Remote Sensing Application in Marine Activities, Ile de Reunion. Date: 1991.

30) Simon Ndaro: Workshop of the International Water Tribunal, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Date: Feb. 1992.

31) Simon Ndaro: Interlinkage of Coastal Ecosystems in Eastern Africa, Zanzibar. Date: June 1993.

32) Simon Ndaro: Nematology: Approach and practicals in nematodes systematics - a 2 months course, Gent University, Marine biology section BELGIUM. Date: Jan.Feb. 1995

33) Simon Ndaro: The Baltic States International Meiobenthologists Workshop, Ask Laboratory, SWEDEN. Date: Jan. 1997

34) Simon Ndaro: Workshop on Application of Biotelemetry in Fisheries and Marine Biology, IMS Zanzibar, 24th March - 27th March 1998: Organiser - Memorial University College, Newfoundland, Canada.

35) Simon Ndaro: Second Workshop of the EU-INCO Project:Anthropogenically induced changes in groundwater Outflow and Quality, and the functioning of Eastern African near shore Ecosystems March 30th to April 1st, 1998 Yerseke, The Netherlands.

36) Simon Ndaro: Workshop on Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction Strategy for Priority Chemicals (Endosulfan/Thiodon) April, 1999 Dar Es Salaam, UNITAR/IPCS/UNEP and Gorvernment Chemist, TANZANIA.

37) Simon Ndaro: Institute of Marine Sciences 20th Anniversary 1979-1999 Conference on Advances on Marine Sciences in Tanzania 28th June 1st July 1999, Zanzibar, TANZANIA.

38) Simon Ndaro: Scientific Conference of Lake Victoria Environmental Management Programme held from 6-10th August, 2001 in Mwanza City, Bank of Tanzania Institute, Mwanza Tanzania.

39) Simon Ndao: International Conference on Patnership in Scientific Research Capacity Development, 4 -7 August 2003, Court Yard, Dar Es Salaam, TANZANIA.

40) Simon Ndaro: International Conference on Patnership in Scientific Research Capacity Development, 4 -7 August 2003, Court Yard, Dar Es Salaam, TANZANIA.

41) Simon Ndaro: National Scientific Conference on Agriculture, Environment and Poverty Eradication, 28th - 30th September, 2004, White Sands Hotel, Dar es Salaam.

42) Simon Ndaro: National Scientific Conference on Agriculture, Environment and Poverty Eradication, 28th - 30th September, 2004, White Sands Hotel, Dar es Salaam.

43) Simon Ndaro: Kinondoni Integrated Coastal Assessment Management Programme (KICAMP) Workshop on Coastal Marine Resources for Municipal and Sectoral Administrators held at White Sands Hotel, Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA 6th to7th December 2005.

44) Simon Ndaro: NEMC Workshop on Inputs on Ecosystem Assessment in Tanzania held at Belinda Hotel and Resort, Dar es Salaam, TANZANIA, 15th to 16th December 2005.

45) Simon Ndaro: KICAMP training for Villagers in Kunduchi Pwani, Ununio and Boko/Bunju on Coastal Resources Management for monitoring and Sustainable Utilization to 2007, Basihaya DAR ES SALAAM.

46) Simon Ndaro: KICAMP - Organised Dar es Salaam Primary School Teachers Trainers Training in Coastal Marine Environmental issues for Kinondoni District, Mujueni Hotel, Kibaha DAR es SALAAM 2007.

47) Simon Ndaro: National Scientific Workshop on Sustainable Wetland Management: Lessons Learned from SIMMORS Project on Integrated Wetland Planning and Management. 25th to 27th June 2007, Kigoma, TANZANIA.

48)Simon Ndaro: Workshop on Final Report Presentation on Holothuria Research In Western Indian Ocean Region held in Mombasa, KENYA December, 2008

 

49) Rashid Tamatamah: Export of phosphorus from non-point sources in Tanzania: Implications for estimating phosphorus loading to Lake Victoria. 47th Annual Conference of the International Association for Great Lakes Research, 24-28 May 2004, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

 

50) Rashid Tamatamah: Phosphorus and suspended sediment loading from two rivers flowing into Lake Victoria in Tanzania. XXIX Congress of the International Association of Theoretical and Applied Limnology (SIL), 8-14 August, 2004, Lahti, Finland.

 

51) Rashid Tamatamah: Mara River Environmental Flow Assessment Technical Team Workshop. 15-19 October 2007. Seasons Hotel Narok, Kenya.

 

52) Rashid Tamatamah: Invited Observer to the First Meeting of the Steering Committee for UNESCOs Ecohydrology Programme. Paris, France (20-21 June 2008).

 

53) Rashid Tamatamah: The Canadian International Education Conference. November 1-4, 2008. Fairmont Newfoundland Hotel. St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador.

 

54) Rashid Tamatamah: International Workshop on Enhancing Freshwater Fish Biodiversity Research in Africa. 17-21 November 2008 at South African Institute of Aquatic Biodiversity in Grahamstown, South Africa.

55) Chacha Mwita: March/April 2009 A workshop on pollution mitigation in Lake Victoria. Bujumbura, Burundi.

56) Chacha Mwita: September/October 2008 A training course on "Fish health management", held in South East Asia Fisheries Development Centre (SEAFDEC), in Tigbauan, Iloilo, the Philippines.

57) Chacha Mwita: April 2007 International Training on "DNA Barcodings of Marine Life". National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow, India

58) Chacha Mwita: March 2007 A workshop on Aquaculture development in East Africa. Kisumu, Kenya.

59) Chacha Mwita: August/December 2005 Advanced Molecular Biology, Molecular data analysis using Sequencher and Phylogenetic Analysis Using Parsimony (PAUP*v. 4.0). Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns Canada.

60) Chacha Mwita:September/December 2003 Food Industry and Agribusiness majoring in Fish Processing, Quality Control and HACCP. International Agricultural Centre of the Wageningen University, Wageningen, The Netherlands

61) Greg Wagner: 10-14 December 2008 International Capacity Development Program: Seminar and Proposal-Writing Workshop for Marine Related Institutions, organized/supported by IOC/UNESCO and IOGOOS, University of Malaysia at Sabah, Malaysia. Facilitated group discussing the KEY Project. Papers presented.

62) Greg Wagner: 3-5 December 2008 to IOGOOS Workshop and Sixth Annual Meeting (IOGOOS-VI), Hyderabad, India. Paper presented.

63) Greg Wagner: 30 November to 3 December 2007 to IOGOOS Workshop and Fifth Annual Meeting (IOGOOS-V) and Second High-level Review Meeting of Indian Ocean Panel (IOP), Phuket, Thailand. Facilitated group discussing the KEY Project. Papers presented.

64) Greg Wagner: 22-26 October 2007 to Fifth WIOMSA Scientific Symposium. Advances in Marine Science in Eastern Africa: Science, Policy and Management: pressures and responses in the western Indian Ocean region, Durban, South Africa. Papers presented.

65) Greg Wagner: 1-4 June 2007 - Chairman of the First Tanzania Coastal and Marine Forum, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Papers presented.

66) Greg Wagner: 31 January to 1 February 2007 IFS-WIOMSA Workshop on Priority Research Agenda, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Paper presented.

67) Greg Wagner: 10-12 October 2006 to IO-GOOS Workshop and Third Annual Meeting (IO-GOOS IV), Zanzibar, Tanzania. Papers presented.

68) Greg Wagner: 12-15 June 2006 Regional Consultation on the First Draft of the Fourth Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4), published under UNEP, Johannesburg, South Africa.

69) Greg Wagner: 6-10 March 2006 Second Production and Authors Meeting for the Fourth Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4) under UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya.

70) Greg Wagner: 20-24 February 2006 - Post-Disaster Assessment & Monitoring of Changes in Coastal, Ocean and Human Systems in the Indian Ocean & Asian Waters, Phuket, Thailand. Paper presented.

71) Greg Wagner: 17-19 February 2006 Pre-project Planning Workshop for the IO-GOOS project on Monitoring Keystone Coastal Ecosystems, Phuket, Thailand. I was the Planner and Facilitator of the Workshop and presented papers.

72) Greg Wagner: 13-17 November 2005 - Kickoff Working Meeting for a GEF-WWF project on Building Coastal Resilience to Climate Change, Mafia, Tanzania.

73) Greg Wagner: 24-27 October 2005 Fourth Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4) Water Chapter Authors Meeting, Geneva, Switzerland.

74) Greg Wagner: 16-17 September 2005 First meeting of the Research Advisory Group for Mafia Island Marine Park (MIMP), Mafia, Tanzania.

75) Greg Wagner: 30 August 2 September 2005 4th WIOMSA Symposium and 3rd WIOMSA General Assembly, Mauritius. Paper presented.

76) Greg Wagner: 8-12 August 2005 IO-GOOS Workshop and Third Annual Meeting (IO-GOOS III), Bali, Indonesia. Papers presented.

77) Greg Wagner: 20-24 June 2005 First Production and Authors Meeting for the Fourth Global Environment Outlook (GEO-4) under UNEP, Nairobi, Kenya.

78) Greg Wagner: 5-6 May 2005 Workshop on Environmental Research Agenda for the National Environment Management Council, Bagamoyo, Tanzania.

79) Greg Wagner: 7 October 2004 Awareness Seminar on Sustainable Utilization of Marine Natural Resources held by KICAMP, Silversands Hotel, Dar es Salaam I gave two presentations (mangroves and coral reefs).

80) Greg Wagner: 5-9 September 2004 Coastal Zone Asia-Pacific Conference 04, Brisbane, Australia. Paper presented.

81) Greg Wagner: 31 May 2004 The first meeting of National Eastern Africa Marine Ecoregion (EAME) Committee for Tanzania, Dar es Salaam.

82) Greg Wagner: 25-27 May 2004 Planning Workshop for Support of Marine and Coastal Resources Management in Rufiji, Mafia and Kilwa Districts, Dar es Salaam. Papers presented.

83) Greg Wagner: 10-12 May 2004 Meeting for the Proposed Marine and Coastal Environment Management Project (MACEMP), Zanzibar.

84) Greg Wagner: 26-29 April 2004 Indian Ocean Global Ocean Observing System (IO-GOOS) Workshop and Second Annual Meeting, Colombo, Sri Lanka. Papers presented.

85) Greg Wagner: 29-31 December 2003 Meeting with District Council of Kilwa On Sustainable Utilization of Coastal and Marine Resources of Kilwa. Papers presented.

86) Greg Wagner: 22-23 December 2003 Workshop on Natural Resource Management and Utilization, Kilwa. Paper presented.

87) Greg Wagner: 12-15 December 2003 First Indian Ocean Workshop on Marine Biodiversity: The Known, the Unknown and the Unknowable, Goa, India. Papers presented.

88) Greg Wagner: 29-30 October 2003 Workshop on Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA0 in Policy and Planning Process, Kilwa District. Papers presented.

89) Greg Wagner: 15-18 October 2003 - Third Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association (WIOMSA) Scientific Symposium. Advances in Marine Science in Eastern Africa: Multi/trans-disciplinary Research for Improved Management of Resources, Maputo, Mozambique. Paper presented.

90) Greg Wagner: 21-22 April 2003 Human Dimension of Coastal and Marine Environment: The role of social science research in improved management of coastal and marine environment, Mombasa, Kenya.

91) Greg Wagner: 29-30 April 2003 Eastern African Marine Ecoregion (EAME) National Stakeholders Workshop for Tanzania, Bagamoyo. Paper presented.

92) Greg Wagner: 4-9 November 2002 The First Conference of the Indian Ocean Global Ocean Observing System (IOGOOS), Grand Bay, Mauritius. Paper presented.

93) Greg Wagner: 19-21 December 2001Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership (TCMP) Retreat, Dar es Salaam.

94) Greg Wagner: 3-7 December 2001 I facilitated a Training Workshop on Monitoring the Degradation of Natural Resource in the KICAMP area, held at Kunduchi, Ununio and Mbweni. Papers presented.

95) Greg Wagner: 26-28 November 2001 International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) Indian Ocean Regional Workshop organized by ICRI/CORDIO/ICRAN/UNEP-RCU, held in Maputo, Mozambique. Paper presented.

96) Greg Wagner: 5-7 November 2001 Strategy Planning Workshop of the East African Marine Ecoregion, organized by WWF, Bagamoyo. Paper presented.

97) Greg Wagner: 15-16 November 2001 I facilitated/coordinated a Planning Workshop on Monitoring organized by the Research, Survey and Assessment Component of Kinondoni Integrated Coastal Area Management Programme (KICAMP), held at Ndege Beach Resort, Dar es Salaam. Papers presented.

98) Greg Wagner: 22-26 October 2001 The Second WIOMSA Scientific Symposium and General Assembly, Dar es Salaam. Papers presented.

99) Greg Wagner: 10-11 September 2001 Third Meeting of the Working Group on Integrated Problem Analysis (WGIPA-III), GEF Project on "Development and Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment in Sub-Saharan Africa", held in Cape Town, South Africa. Papers presented.

100)                  Greg Wagner: 12-14 September 2001, First Meeting of the Working Group on the Programme of Interventions (WGPI-I), GEF Project on "Development and Protection of the Coastal and Marine Environment in Sub-Saharan Africa", held in Cape Town, South Africa. Papers presented.

101)                  Greg Wagner: 21-22 May 2001 Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership (TCMP) and Local ICM Progam Retreat, Dar es Salaam. Paper presented.

102)                  Greg Wagner: 23-27 April 2001 East African Marine Ecoregion Priority Setting (Visioning) Workshop, organized by WWF at the Reef Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya.

103)                  Greg Wagner: 14-15 March 2001 The Logical Frame Work Analysis (LFA) Workshop of Kinondoni Integrated Coastal Area Management Programme (KICAMP), Dar es Salaam. Paper presented.

104)                  Philip Bwathondi: November 2008 Integrated fish poultry-livestock- crop production systems for maximizing productivity and economic efficiency of small holders farm in TanzaniaPaper presented at COSTECH Scientific Meeting in Arusha

105)                  Philip Bwathondi and Albogast Kamukuru: 2007. By-catch of a Whale Shark, Rhincodon typus (Pisces: Rhincodontidae) off the Kunduchi coast, Dar es Salaam. Poster presentation WIOMSA/IOC

106)                  Kian Siong, Daniel Shilla, Takashi Asaeda, Redden Anna Marie, Sanderson Brian Gavin: 2004. Phosphorus speciation of soft bottom sediment in a charophytedominated shallow lake in Australia, 4th Symposium of the International Research Group on Charophytes, Robertson, NSW.

107)                  Lalith Rajapakse, Takashi Asaeda, Jagath Manatunge, Kian Siong, Daniel Shilla, Redden Anna Marie, Sanderson Brian Gavin: 2004. The role of charophytes in gyttja production and nutrient cycling in Myall Lake, NSW, Australia, 4th Symposium of the International Research Group on Charophytes, Robertson, NSW.

 

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