Aquatic



        Dr. R.A. Tamatamah

Publications in Refereed Journals

\r\n\r\n1. Tamatamah, R.A., 2004. Phosphorus sorption characteristics of sediment in the Simiyu\r\nand Kagera River basins: Implications for Phosphorus loading into Lake Victoria. African Journal of Aquatic Sciences 29(2): 243-248

\r\n\r\n2. Tamatamah, R.A., Hecky, R.E, and Duthie, H.C., 2005. The atmospheric deposition of\r\nphosphorus in Lake Victoria (East Africa). Biogeochemistry 73: 325-433

\r\n\r\n3. Tamatamah, R.A., 2005. Phosphorus sorption in relation to soil grain size and geochemical\r\ncomposition in the Simiyu and Kagera basins, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Science 31 (2): 31-40

\r\n\r\n4. Tamatamah, R.A., Hecky, R.E, and Duthie, H.C., 2006. Phosphorus and suspended sediment\r\nloading from two rivers flowing into Lake Victoria in Tanzania. Verh. Verein. Theor. Angew.\r\nLimnol. 29 (3): 1697-1701

\r\n\r\n5. Ishengoma, E.B., Jiddawi, N.S., Tamatamah, R.A. and Mmochi, A.J., 2011. Wild Black-lip Pearl Oyster (Pinctada margaritifera) Spat Collection in Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean J. Mar. Sci., 10 (1): 49-57

\r\n\r\n6. Johnson, M.G. and Tamatamah R.A. 2013. Length Frequency Distribution,\r\nMortality Rate and Reproductive Biology of Kawakawa (Euthynnus affinis-Cantor,\r\n1849) in the Coastal Waters of Tanzania. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences ,16 (21):\r\n1270-1278

\r\n\r\n7. McClain, M.E., Subalusky, A.L., Anderson, E.P., Dessu, S.B., Melesse, A.M., Ndomba, P.M.,\r\nMtamba, J.O.D., Tamatamah, R.A., and Mligo, C., 2014. Comparing flow regime, channel\r\nhydraulics and biological communities to infer flow–ecology relationships in the Mara River of\r\nKenya and Tanzania. Hydrological Sciences Journal, 59 (3-4), 1-19.

\r\n\r\n\r\nChapters in Books

\r\n\r\n1. Tamatamah, R.A. 2012. Current status of the native catadromous eel species Anguilla bengalensis Labiata and Anguilla mossambica in Tanzania. In Gough, P., P. Philipsen, P.P. Schollema & H.Wanningen (Eds). From the sea to source: International guidance for the restoration of fish migration highways. Regional Water Authority Hunze en Aa’s, Veendam, The Netherlands. 300p.\r\n
  
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