Tendai Nzuma

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Staff Details

Office Location: 
Office Block, Office Number 212
Qualification: 
• MPhil. Conservation Ecology (Zim) (NUST) • Bsc (Hons) NUST, Zimbabwe • Dip. Forestry (Zim) • Cert. Landscape Ecology (Wageningen) (Nerth.)
Biography: 

Research interest

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.

Key publications

  1. 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.
  2. 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

Book Chapter:

  1. 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.

 

More information is available via my ResearchGate Profile, ORCID and my Google Scholar page.

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