Aquatic






        Samwel Mchele Limbu
RESEARCH AND TEACHING AND CONSULTANCY EXPERIENCE

\r\n\r\nRESEARCH

\r\n\r\nFrom June 2013 to date, I am participating in a research titled “Integrating constructed wetlands technology with urban agriculture and fish farming for improved agricultural productivity through use of recycled wastewater” under a government funding through Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH).

\r\n\r\nFrom June 2012 to date, I am participating in a research titled Integrating Agriculture and Aquaculture for Increased Farm Productivity under a government funding through Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH).

\r\n\r\nM.Sc. Final Year Project;    April 2010-June 2010

\r\nSite;        SCAPA FISH FARM UGANDA
\r\nTitle;         “Practical feed formulation and growth performance of        African catfish Clarias    gariepinus Burchell, 1822 in

\r\n\r\nFrom May 2008 to July 2009 worked with CRTR (Coral Reef Targeted Research) Project where my role was to assess the availability of phytoplankton on sites overlying the corals.\r\nUganda.”

\r\nB.Sc. Final Year Project;    September 2006-May 2007\r\nSite;        Kunduchi
\r\nTitle;         “Effect of Sewage on Growth and Survival \r\n   of Terebralia palustris in planted
\r\n   Mangroves at Kunduchi”

\r\n\r\nFrom July 2006 to April 2008, worked with “PUMPSEA”Peri-Urban Mangrove forests as filters and potential Phytoremediators of domestic Sewage in East Africa’, where my role is to study the effect of domestic sewage on macro fauna.

From 29th January to 21st February 2008, I was involved in collection of data by the National Environment Management Council of Tanzania for a Research titled ‘’State of the Coast’’ where my role was to collect data concerning Coral reefs, Fisheries, Water Quality, Shoreline change and Other Living Resources in Mtwara, Lindi and Kilwa Districts by asking questions to fishers in two villages per District.

\r\n\r\nFrom 5th September 2007 to 4th October 2007, I was involved in collection of data by the University of Dar es Salaam for a Research titled ‘’Biodiversity Inventory of Riverine Fishes of Tanzania: The case Study of Umba, Pangani, Msagasi, Wami, Ruvu, Ruaha and Bubu Rivers’’ where my role was to fish in rivers to get specimens and do clearance in Regional and District offices.

  
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