Maganga, S.L.S. Associate Professor)
Department: Wildlife Management
P.O. Box: 3073
Phone: +255 23 2601376
1. PERCONAL PARTICULARS
1.1 Surname: Maganga
1.2 Other names: Samwel Lefi Samwel
1.3 Sex: Male
1.4 Birth date: 1 July, 1947
1.5 Nationality: Tanzanian
1.6 Marital status: Married
1.7 Languages Kiswahili and English (both fluent)
1.8 Address: Sokoine University of Agriculture
College of Forestry,Wildlife and Tourism
Department of Wildlife Management
P.O. Box 3073, Chuo Kikuu, Morogoro, TANZANIA
1.9 Office telephone: +255 23 2603511 Extension 4629
1.10 Telefax: +255 23 1376; +255 23 2604648; +255 23 2603718
1.12 Private address: P.O. Box 702, Morogoro, TANZANIA
1.13 Mobile: +255 784 375661; +255 715 375661; +255 774 375661
2.1 Ph.D. 1989 (Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences), University of Idaho, USA
2.2 M.Sc. (Wildlife Resources) 1985, University of Idaho, USA
2.3 B.Sc. (Forestry) 1982, University of Dar es Salaam, Morogoro, Tanzania
2.4 Diploma (Wildlife Management) 1972, College of African WildlIfe Management, Mweka, Moshi,
Posts at Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)
220.127.116.11 Associate Professor July 2000 - Todate
18.104.22.168 Senior Lecturer July 1993 - June 2000
22.214.171.124 Lecturer April 1989 , June 1993
126.96.36.199 Assistant Lecturer August 1985 - April 198)
188.8.131.52 Tutorial Acsistant November 1982 ‑ July 1985
184.108.40.206 Coordinator, Wildlife Management Degree Programme August 1998 – June 2001
220.127.116.11 Head, Department of Wildlife Management July 2002 - June 2007
3.2 Previous Employment
3.2.1 Park Warden and Deputy to Chief Park Warden in-charge, Arusha National Park, Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), July 1972 ‑ July 1974.
3.2.2 Park Warden and Deputy to Senior Park Warden in-charge, Mikumi National Park, TANAPA, August 1974 – December 1974.
3.2.3 Park Warden and Deputy to Chief Park Warden in-charge, Serengeti National Park, TANAPA, July 1976 ‑ March 1978.
3.2.4 Park Warden in-charge, Rubondo Island National Park, TANAPA, March 1978 – December 1979.
3.2.5 Promoted from Park Warden to Senior Park Warden in August 1982.
4.3 Research Experience
4.3.1 Impacts of Wood Harvesting on Soil and Residual Trees in Plantations on Mount Meru, Tanzania. Special project submitted in partial fulfillment of B.Sc. degree in Forestry of the University of Dar es Salaam, 1982.
4.3.2 Influence Elephants on Woodlands of Tanzania: A Socio-ecological Analysis. A thesis submitted for M.Sc. degree in Wildlife Resources of the University of Idaho, USA. July, 1985. Sponsored by the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD).
4.3.3 Bark‑stripping and Food Habits of Blue Monkeys in a Forest Plantation on Mount Meru, Tanzania. A dissertation submitted for Ph.D. degree in the College of Forestry, Wildlife and Range Sciences of the University of Idaho, USA. April, 1989. Sponsored by NORAD.
4.3.4 Evaluation wildlife farms in Tanzania. A research project sponsored by SUA, 1996 - 1997.
4.3.5 Promotion of sound coexistence between wildlife conservation areas and local communities adjacent to Udzungwa Mountains National Park and Mikumi National Park. SUA-Tuskegee Project sponsored by USAID, 1996 - 2000.
4.4.1 Reviewing the National Conservation and Sustainable Development Strategy (NCSSD) offered by the National Environmental Management Council (NEMC), 1993.
4.4.2 Team Leader - Mid-term Evaluation of the Establishment of Udzungwa Mountains National Park and Agroforestry Programme - Phase II. Contracted by WWF Tanzania Programme Office under DFID, 1998.
4.4.3 Preparation of a Compendium for Teaching Course: Fundamentals of Ecology. Contracted by The Open University of Tanzania, 1999.
4.4.4 Team Leader - Preparation of Baseline Information for Pilot Wildlife Management Areas in Eastern and Southern Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania. Contracted by Wildlife Division, WWF and GTZ, Tanzania. February – May 2003.
4.4.5 Team Member - Preparation of Sustainable Utilization Plan of Mgori Forest, Singida. Contracted by Orgut – LAMP. August, 2003.
4.4.6 Team Member - Formulation of the Eastern Selous Community Wildlife and Other Natural Resources Management Project. Contracted by Belgium Technical Cooperation. October, 2004.
4.4.7 Team Leader – End of Project Evaluation of the Natural Resources Management Policies Implementation Support Through Livelihood Approaches for Improved Quality of Life and Biodiversity Conservation in Tanzania. Contracted by WWF Tanzania Programme Office. November, 2008.
5. MEMBERSHIP IN COMMITTEES, BOARDS AND ORGANISATIONS
5.1 Member, Board of Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, SUA. 1990 - 2008.
5.2 Chairman, Undergraduate Studies Committee of the Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, SUA. 1990 - 1993
5.3 Member, Senate Undergraduate Studies Committee, SUA. 1990 - 1993.
5.4 Member, Postgraduate Studies Committee of the Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, SUA. 2002 – 2008.
5.5 Senate Postgraduate Studies Committee, SUA. 2002 – 2008.
5.6 Member, Board of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, SUA.
5.7 Member, Editorial and Advisory Board of the Journal Forestry and Nature Conservation. 2002 – 2005.
5.8 Member, Wildlife Conservation Society of Tanzania (WCST).
5.9 Member, Governing Body, College of African Wildlife Management (CAWM), Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. 1997- 2000.
5.10 Member, Serengeti Wildlife Research Institute (SWRI) Scientific Council, 1997 – 2000.
5.11 Member, National Liaison Committee for Bird Conservation, WCST.
5.12 Member, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute (TAWIRI) Board, 2002 - 2005.
5.13 Board Member – Bushman Hunting Safaris Ltd., Morogoro. 2005 – Todate
5.14 Member, Governing Body, College of African Wildlife Management (CAWM), Mweka, Moshi, Tanzania. April 2016 - Todate.
4.1 Teaching and Students Supervision
4.1.1 Teaching Forestry, Wildlife Management, Animal Science, and Veterinary undergraduate students the following courses: Forest Ecology, Wildlife Management, Wildlife Utilization, Mammalogy, and Principles and Techniques of Wildlife Management.
4.1.2 Teaching graduate or postgraduate students the following courses: Tropical Vegetation and Plant Ecology, Ecology and Tropical Biology, Wildlife Resource Assessment, Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Socio-ecology of Natural Resources, Wildlife Farming and Ranching, and Sustainable Utilization of Wildlife in the Tropics.
4.1. Teaching Forest and Wildlife Ecology, and Commulity Based Wildlife Management to participants on short courses of Management of Natural Resources and Sustainable Agriculture offered at SUA.
4.1.4 Teaching and supervision of forestry and wildlife conservation aspects to various groups, including the USA based School for International Training (SIT) students.
4.1.5 Part-time lecturer of Fundamentals of Ecology course to undergraduate students of The Open University of Tanzania.
4.1.6 Supervision of many undergraduate special projects.
4.1.7 Supervision of postgraduate M.Sc. and PhD dissertations/theses of students listed below:
i. Sabuni, C.A. Population Ecology of Beamys hindei and Rhynchocyon petersi in Selected Coastal Forests, Tannzania.
ii. Zakayo, F. 2014. Human-crocodile Conflicts in Areas Adjacent to Lake Rukwa and Momba River, Momba District, Tanzania.
iii. Muhe, D.J. 2013. Impact of Community Based Protection and Utilization Project on Land Cover and Wildlife in Wami-Mbiki Wildlife Management Area, Tanzania.
iv. Qolli, S.N. 2011. Effect of Elephant Feeding on Species of Acacia along the Great Ruaha River in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania.
v. Malugu, L.T. 2011. Assessment of Human-elephant Conflicts in Areas Adjacent to Grumeti-Ikorongo Game Reserves, Northern Tanzania.
vi. Kalimba, A. F. 2010. Evaluation of the Implementation of Wildlife Management (WMAs) Concept with Reference to Twatwatwa Pilot WMA, Kilosa District, Tanzania.
vii. Massawe, G. M. 2010. Impacts of Human Activities on the Conservation of Igando-Igawa Wildlife Corridor in Njombe and Mbarali Districts, Tanzania.
viii. Mchetto, J. T. 2010. Insect Abundance and Food Intake by Agama mwanzae in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
ix. Kauki, G. M. 2010. Abundance and distribution of puku (Kobus vardini) in Kilombero Game Controlled Area.
x. Twaibu, T. 2009. Impact of Tourist Hunting on the Livelihoods of Local Communities around Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania.
xi. Bakari, S. K. 2009. Population Status and Distribution of the Roan Antelope (Hipotragus equines) in Grumeti and Ikorongo Game Reserves,Tanzania.
xii. Masalu, F.I. 2008. Impact of Refugees on Wildlife Habitats and Populations in Burigi and Kimisi Game Reserves, Ngara, Tanzania.
xiii. Sayuni, M. 2006. Factors Affecting Wildlife-based Domestic Tourism in the Northern Tourist Circuit, Tanzania.
xiv. Mahinya, S.G. 2005. Assessment of Ecological Integrity of Land Use Systems Using Birds as Bio-indicators in Malagarasi-Muyovozi Ramsar Site, Western Tanzania.
xv. Ole Meing’ataki, G.O. 2005. Human-Elephant Conflicts and Control Measures around Tarangire National Park, Tanzania.
xvi. Kanyatta, D.G. 2005.Assessment of Human-Wildlife Conflicts in WamiMbiki Wildlife Management Area, Tanzania.
Xvii. Salum. N.W. 2004. Impact of Revenue Retention Scheme on the Management of Protected
Areas in Tanzania: A Case Study of Selous Game Reserve.
xviii. Mayeta, L. 2004.The Role of Local Institutions in Regulating Resource Use and Conflict
Management in Mpanga/Kipengere Game Reserve, Iringa, Tanzania.
xix.Munishi, L.K. 2004. Assessment of the Status of the African Elephant and its Distribution in
Mount Kilimanjaro Ecosystem, Tanzania.
xx. Ngowe, N.M. 2003. The Role of Local Communities in Wildlife Management: A Case Study of
the Serengeti Regional Conservation Project, Tanzania.
xxi. Tangwa, J.L. 2000. Regenerated Woody Plants Species on Recovering Degraded Land at
Mvumi, Dodoma, Tanzania.
xxii. Mndolwa, M.A. 1999. Human Impact on Woody Vegetation in Ruvu North Forest Reserve,Tanzania.
xxiii. Sawe, C.T. 1997. The Regeneration of Status of Indigenous Tree Species in the Forests of
East Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.
4.2 External Examiner
4.2.1 External Examiner, College of African Wildlife Management, Mweka, Tanzania. 1995 - 1997.
4.2.2 External Examiner, Institute of Rural Development Planning, Dodoma, Tanzania. 2005 – 2008.
4.3.3 External Examiner, M.Sc. Students’ Dissertations from the Department of Zoology and Wildlife Conservation, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. (Various)
RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY:
WORKSHOPS, CONFEREFCES, SEMINARS AND SHORT COURSES ATTENDED
6.1 Joint Workshop on Forestry Research in Tanzania under Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and Agricultural Univercity of Norway (AUN) Cooperation. SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania,
26 - 30 November, 1990.
6.2 National Seminar on Wetlands of Tanzania. Morogoro, Tanzania. 27 - 29 November, 1991.
6.3 Workshop on Introduction to Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA). SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania. 30 November - 8 December, 1992.
6.4 Workshop on Community Forestry Education and Programmes in East Africa. Mukono, Uganda. 22 - 26 February, 1993.
6.5 Training Workshop - Preparation of Project Monitoring and Evaluation Protocols. Morogoro, Tanzania, 6 - 9 May, 1993.
6.6 Availability of Biodiversity Information in East Africa: National Workshop for Data Collectors. Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology, Dar es Salaam. 11 June, 1993.
6.7 14th Commonwead4h Forestry Conference (including Post-Conference Tour). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. 13 -23 September, 1993.
6.8 1st Tanzania National Agroforestry and Environment Workshop. SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania.
11 - 16 October, 1993.
6.9 Environmental Information Systems Workshop. Morogoro, Tanzania. 18 - 22 October, 1993.
6.10 Workshop on Protected Area Planning for Biodiversity Conservation in Tanzania. Arusha, Tanzania. 15 - 16 December, 1993.
6.11 Workshop on Valuation of Natural Resources. Makerere University, Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, Kampala, Uganda. 21 February - 4 March, 1994.
6.12 SUA 1st Convocation Workshop on Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation of the Environment. SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania. 26 - 27 July, 1994.
6.13 Workshop on Management of Biodiversity Related to Conservation Areas in Tanzania. Trondheim,
Norway. 10 - 12 October, 1994.
6.14 SUA/AUN Workshop on Management of Forest Plantations in Tanzania. Arusha, Tanzania.
4 - 9 September, 1995.
6.15 University Teaching and Learning Improvement Programme (UTILP) Workshop on Teaching and Evaluation MethodoLogy. Kibaha, Tanzania. 18 - 22 September, 1995.
6.16 Planning Workshop to Develop Plan of Action for B.Sc. Degree in Wildlife Management at SUA in Association with CAWM, Mweka. Arusha, Tanzania. 25 - 28 August, 1997.
6.17 Workshop for 25th Anniversary of Professional Forestry Education in Tanzania. Morogoro, Tanzania. 15 – 16 December, 1998.
6.18 Workshop on New Wildlife Research Agenda in Tanzania. Arusha, Tanzania. 13 - 14 October, 1999.
6.19 Special Course on Introduction to Remote Sensing and GIS Application. SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania. 6 -10 December, 1999.
6.20 Orientation Workshop in Forest Ecosystem Conservation and Management. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 29 February - 1 March, 2000.
6.21 1st Annual Scientific Conference of the Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute. Arusha, Tanzania.
12 - 13 December, 2000.
6.22 Conference on African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. CAWM, Mweka, Tanzania.
13 - 15 December, 2000.
6.23 WWF Miombo Ecoregion Conservation Vision Workshop. Harare, Zimbabwe. 24 - 27 September, 2001.
6.24 WWF Miombo Ecoregion Conservation National Action Plan Planning Workshop. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 25 - 26 March, 2002.
6.25 Second University-wide Scientific Conference. Institute of Continuing Education, SUA, Morogoro, Tanzania. 9 -10 May, 2002.
6.26 Workshop on the Giraffe Ear Infection in Mikumi National Park. Mikumi National Park, Tanzania. 5 September, 2002.
6.27 3rd Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute Annual Scientific Conference. Arusha, Tanzania. 3 – 5 December, 2002.
6.28 FSC Stakeholder Workshop of the Kilombero Valley Teak Company. Ifakara, 29 April, 2003.
6.29 Washa ya Kupitia Sheria ya Uhifadhi Wanyamapori Na. 12 ya 1974. Dar es Salaam, 13-14 May, 2003.
6.30 Transboundary Natural Resources Management: Serengeti-Maasai Mara Ecosystem Dialogue Workshop. College of African Wildlife Management Mweka, Moshi. 21-23 June, 2004.
6.31 Sokoine University of Agriculture Semester Review Workshop. Morogoro, Tanzania. 2 – 3 November 2004.
6.32 Workshop on the Functions of Wami River Basin and its Influence on Saadani National Park. Bagamoyo, 26 November, 2004.
6.33 Workshop on Gender Awareness/Capacity Building for Senior Officials of Sokoine University of Agriculture. Morogoro, Tanzania. 8 October, 2005.
6.34 5th Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute Annual Scientific Conference, Arusha, Tanzania. 1 – 3 December, 2005.
6.35 Workshop on the Conservation and Livelihood Challenges of Wild Meat Use and Trade in Refugee Situations in Western Tanzania. Kigoma, Tanzania. 6 October, 2006.
6.36 Workshop on Identification and Management of Environmental Hotspots in Tanzania. Morogoro, Tanzania. 7 – 8 December, 2006.
6.37 Workshop on Sensitization of SUA Researchers and their Partners on Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Rights Issues. Morogoro, Tanzania. 10 January, 2007.
6.38 External Examiners’ Workshop on the Conduct of National Technical Awards (NTA) Examinations. Morogoro, Tanzania. 8 – 9 March, 2007.
6.39 University-wide Workshop on Curricula Review of Sokoine University of Agriculture. Morogoro, Tanzania. 12 – 13 April, 2007.
7.1 Papers in Journals and Proceedings
7.1.1 Maganga, S.L.S. and S.A.O. Chamshama. 1984. Impacts of Wood Harvesting on Soil and Residual Trees in Plantations on Mount Meru, Tanzania. Record No.32, Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture. 13 p.
7.1.2 Maganga, S.L.S. and R.G. Wright. 1991. Bark‑stripping by blue monkeys in a Tanzanian forest plantation. Tropical Pest Management, 137(2):169‑174.
7.1.3 Chamshama, S.A.O., L.L.L. Lulandala and S.L.S. Maganga. 1992. Research priorities in forest biology. Record No. 53:41‑45. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture.
7.1.4 Maganga, S.L.S. and R.G. Wright. 1992. Relationships between fig fruiting and bark‑stripping of plantation trees by blue monkeys. Quarterly Journal of Forestry, 86:168‑172.
7.1.5 Maganga, S.L.S. and R.G. Wright. 1992. Food habits of blue monkeys on Mount Meru, Tanzania. Nature et Faune, 8(4):16‑25.
7.1.6 Schabel, H.G. and S.L.S. Maganga. 1992. Game‑forest conflicts in Tanzania's protected areas. In Krumpe, E.E. and P.D. Weingart (eds.). Designation and Management of Park and Wilderness Reserves. Proceedings of the 4th World Wilderness Congress. Wilderness Research Center, University of Idaho.
7.1.7 Maganga, S.L.S. 1994. Threats to biodiversity in Tanzania's protected areas and implications on the environment. In Hatibu et al. (eds.). Proceedings of SUA 1st Convocation Workshop on Sustainable Agriculture and Conservation of the Environment. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro. p.237‑249.
7.1.8 Maganga, S.L.S. and C. Ng'ona. 1996. Tree damage by humans in Mount Meru Forest Plantations, Tanzania. p.91-98 In: Chamshama, S.A.O. and S. Iddi (eds.). Management of Forest Plantations. Record No. 63 Special Issue, Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.
7.1.9 Masoud, T.S. and S.L.S. Maganga. 1996. Effects of grazing of livestock in Mount Meru Forest Plantations, northern Tanzania. Record No. 62, Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro. 19p.
7.1.10 Munyanziza, E. and S.L.S. Maganga. 1996. Mycorrhiza status in some nurseries in Tanzania: Implications for post-nursery tree establishment. p.12-15 In: Chamshama, S.A.O. and S.Iddi (eds.). Management of Forest Plantations. Record No. 63 Special Issue, Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.
7.1.11 Maganga, S.L.S. and G.K. Mbassa. 1996. Prospects of wildlife farming in Tanzania. Tanzania Veterinary Journal, 16(2):52-57.
7.1.12 Nsolomo, V.R., R.P.C. Temu and S.L.S. Maganga. 1997. Watershed development in Tanzania. Presented at The 2nd Danida Workshop on Watershed Management in Tanzania. Iringa, 25 - 26 May, 1997.
7.1.13 Maganga, S.L.S. and K.S. Haule. 1998. The domestication of guineafowl: A case study of Morogoro Municipal, Tanzania. Nature et Faune/Wildlife and Nature, 14(1):14-28.
7.1.14 Maganga, S.L.S. and S.M.S. Malioldo. 1998. Biodiversity and Agroforestry. p.31-34 In: Otysina et al. (eds). Agroforestry and Environment inTanzania. Proceedings of the First Tanzania National Agroforestry and Environment Workshop. Morogoro. 12-16 October 1993.
7.1.15 Munishi, P.K.T., L.G. Norden, S.M.S. Maliondo, S.L.S. Maganga, E.E. Chingonikaya and S.E.Kway. 1998. Land slides on Mlali and Kikundi waters on western Uluguru, Morogoro, Tanzania. p.167-175 In: Chamshama, C.A.O. (ed.). Proceedings of the First Annual Forestry Research Workshop. Record 67 Special Issue. Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.
7.1.16 Zacharia, M. and S.L.S. Maganga. 1998. Wildlife conservation and education for the 21st century in Tanzania. P. 44-52 In Ishengoma, R.C. and D.T.K. Shemwetta (eds.). Proceedings of the 25th Anniversary: Professional Forestry Education. Faculty of Forestry and Nature Conservation, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.
7.1.17 Kideghesho, J.R. and S.L.S. Maganga. 2000. Loss of wildlife habitats in Tanzania: A need to reverse the trend. Proceedings of the First University-wide Scientific Conference, Volume 3.
7.1.18 Maganga, S.L.S. and J.D.L. Kabigumila. 2001. Role of training and academic institutions in wildlife research and conservation. In: Senzota, R.B.M. and C.O.F. Mlingwa (eds.). Contributed Papers at the Workshop on New Research Agenda in Tanzania. Arusha. 13-14, 1999.
7.1.19 Ndibalema, V.G., S.L.S. Maganga, J.R. Kideghesho and S. N. Hassan. 2001. Wildlife management training in the new millennium in Africa: With emphasis to Tanzania. Proceedings of a Conference on African Wildlife Management in the New Millennium. CAWM, Mweka, Tanzania. 13 - 15 December, 2000.
7.1.20 Maganga, S.L.S. 2002. The socio-ecology of natural resources with reference to wildlife conservation in Tanzania. Kakakuona, 25:5-11.
7.1.21 Haule , K.S., F.M. Johnsen and S.L.S. Maganga. 2002. Striving for sustainable wildlife management: the case of Kilombero Game Controlled Area, TanzAnia. Journal of Environmental Management, 66:31-42.
7.1.22 Mbassa, G.K. and S.L.S. Maganga. 2003. Biological and economic processes in wildlife farming in Tanzania. Proceedings of the Third Annual Scientific Conference, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha. 3-5 December, 2002.
7.1.23 Tarimo, M.T.C., S.L.S. Maganga and J.M. Wambura. 2004. Post-harvest grain losses to birds in and around drying, milling and bagging yards and their control measures in selected areas in Tanzania. In Batamuzi et al. (eds.) Agricultural Technology Development Through Participatory Research. Proceeings of the Third Collaborative Research Workshop, Morogoro. 24-26 May, 2004.
7.1.24 Napegwa, M., S.L.S. Maganga, J.M. Wambura and T.M.C. Tarimo. 2004. Ornithological importance of Mindu dam within Morogoro Municipality, Morogoro, Tanzania. In: Keyyu et al. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Scientific Conference, Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute, Arusha. 4-6 December, 2003.
7.1.25 Mangora, M.M.W. and S.L.S. Maganga. 2004. The conflicts of wildlife and rural communities
around Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Nature et Faune/Wildlife and Nature, 20:3-15.
7.1.26 Maganga, S.L.S., T.M.C. Tarimo, F.T. Magayane, E.M. Senkondo and J.R. Kideghesho. 2007. Reconsidering human-wildlife conflicts in communities around wildlife protected areas of Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 76:40-49.
7.1.27 R. B. Modest, S.L.S. Maganga, S. N. Hassan, S. B. Mariki and M. Muganda.
2010. Population structure and exploitation of three commercial tree species in Nguru ya
Ndege Forest Reserve, Morogoro – Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 3(3):41-48.
7.1.28 S. B. Mariki, S. N. Hassan, S. L. S. Maganga, R. B. Modest and F. S. Salehe. 2011. Wildlife-based domestic tourism in Tanzania: Experiences from northern tourist circuit. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 4(4):62-73.
7.1.29 Ndibalema, V.G., S.N. Qolli and S.L.S. Maganga. 2014. Effect of elephant browsing on selected
species of Acacia along the Great Ruaha river in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal
of Environmental Studies and Management 7(2): 124 – 133.
7.1.30 Sabuni, C.A., N. Van Houtte, S.L.S. Maganga, R.H. Makundi, H. Leirs and J.G. Bellocq. 2015.
Development of eight polymorphic microsatellite markers in the black and rufous sengi,
Rynchocyon petersi. Conservation Genetic Resource 7:193-195.
7.1.31 Sabuni, C.A., V. Sludydts, L.S. Mulungu, S.L.S. Maganga, R.H. Makundi and H. Leirs. 2015.
Distribution and ecology of lesser pouched rat, Beamys hindei, in Tanzanian coastal forests.
Integrative Zoology 10:531-542.
7.1.32 Sabuni, C.A., N. Van Houtte, S. Gryseels, S.L.S. Maganga, R.H. Makundi, H. Leirs and J. Goüy de Bellocq. 2016. Genetic structure and diversity of the black and rufous sengi in Tanzanian coastal forests. Journal of Zoology doi: 10.1111/jz. 12384
7.2 Other writings
7.2.1 Maganga, S.L.S. 1985. Influence of Elephants on Woodlands of Tanzania: A Socio-ecological Analysis. M.Sc. Thesis, University of Idaho, USA.
7.2.2 Maganga, S.L.S. 1989. Bark-stripping and Food Habits of Blue Monkeys in a Forest Plantation on Mount Meru, Tanzania. PhD Dissertation, University of Idaho, USA.
7.2.3 Maganga, S.L.S. 1994. Wildlife Ecology and Management ‑ A compendium. (For students). Faculty of Forestry, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro. 169 p.
7.2.4 Maganga, S.L.S. 1999. Fundamentals of Ecology. (A compendium for students). The Open University of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam. 133 p.
7.2.5 Munishi, L.K. and Maganga, S.L.S. 2003. The Status of the African Elephants in the Mount Kilimanjaro Ecosystem and its Management Implications (Unpublished Report). Nairobi: IUCN/SSC African Elephant Specialist Group.
8. AWARDS AND PRIZES
8.1 Vice Chancellors Prize, 1980 – Best 1st Year B.Sc. Forestry student.
8.2 Taj Mohamed Forestry Prize, 1981 - Best 2nd Year B.Sc. Forestry student.
8.3 University Prize, 1982 - Best 3rd (Final) Year B.Sc. Forestry student.