My career objective is to be involved in an intellectually challenging role that contributes meaningfully to conserving natural resources and promoting sustainable use and rural livelihoods around protected areas. I am a “social ecologist” specializing in how community based natural resource management programmes affect the incentives for conservation.
My area of research interest lies in Conservation Ecology, Natural Resources Management and Use; Policy and Institutional Analysis, Natural Resources Governance Issues (Forestry & Wildlife), Trans frontier Conservation Areas (TFCAs), Climate Change Mitigation.
Ndagurwa, H. G., Maponga, T. S., Dube, B., Nzuma, T. M., & Muvengwi, J. (2018). Termitaria vs. mistletoe: Effects on soil properties and plant structure in a semi-arid savanna. Acta Oecologica, 91, 35-42.
Nanyeni, L. & Nzuma, T.M., 2018, ‘New record of Monsonia herrei for Namibia’, Bothalia 48(1), a2342. https://doi.org/10.4102/abc. v48i1.2342
Mukamuri B, C. Chirozva, C. Matema, S. Matema and T. Nzuma (2013): Ethnic heterogeneity and its implications for natural resources management on the edge. In Anderson J. A, M. de Garine-Wichatitsky, D.H.M Cumming, V. Dzingirai and K. Giller (eds). Transfrontier Conservation Areas: people living on the edge, Routeledge. New York, 89p.