Sayuni Bildad Mariki (Lecturer)

  Department: Wildlife Management

  P.O. Box: 3073

  Phone: +255 655 994 992

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Biography:

Sayuni is a holder of Ph.D. in Environment and Development from Norwegian University of Life Sciences, MSc in Management of Natural Resources for Sustainable Agriculture, and BSc in Wildlife Management from Sokoine University of Agriculture. She is involved in teaching various courses related to natural resources management, environment and development. Current project is investigating the socio-economic impacts of uranium mining in protected areas. Recent research has focused on protected areas and people, where she specifically examined local participation and benefit sharing, impacts of conservation on people, local people’s attitudes towards conservation, and environmental conflicts.Some of her research interests include: management and conservation of natural resources and biodiversity (in relation to gender, governance, use, control and distributional aspects, conflicts and power), nature based tourism, climate change, and adaptation strategies.


  Sayuni Bildad Mariki (Lecturer)

  Department: Wildlife Management

  P.O. Box: 3073

  Phone: +255 655 994 992

  Email:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

  Research Area

 

 


Biography:

Sayuni is a holder of Ph.D. in Environment and Development from Norwegian University of Life Sciences, MSc in Management of Natural Resources for Sustainable Agriculture, and BSc in Wildlife Management from Sokoine University of Agriculture. She is involved in teaching various courses related to natural resources management, environment and development. Current project is investigating the socio-economic impacts of uranium mining in protected areas. Recent research has focused on protected areas and people, where she specifically examined local participation and benefit sharing, impacts of conservation on people, local people’s attitudes towards conservation, and environmental conflicts.Some of her research interests include: management and conservation of natural resources and biodiversity (in relation to gender, governance, use, control and distributional aspects, conflicts and power), nature based tourism, climate change, and adaptation strategies.


Academic profile

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Publications

PUBLICATIONS:

  • Mariki, S. B., Svarstad, H. and Benjaminsen, T. A. 2015. Elephants over the Cliff: Explaining Wildlife Killings in Tanzania. Land Use Policy 44:19–30
  • Mariki, S.B.  2013. Conservation with a human face? Comparing benefit sharing from a state forest plantation and a national park in Tanzania. Sage Open,3 (4):1-16
  • Mariki, S. B., Hassan, S. N., Maganga, S. L. S., Modest, R. B. and Salehe, F. 2011. Wildlife-based domestic tourism in Tanzania: Experiences from northern tourist circuit. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management4 (4): 62-73
  • Modest, R.B., Maganga, S.L.S. Hassan, S. N., Mariki S. B.& Muganda, M. 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
  • Kessy, J.F.; Muhammed, J. Mombo, F.M. & Mariki, S. B. 2006. The Status, Potentials, and Limitations of Marketing Wood Forest Products in the Miombo Woodlands of Tabora Tanzania. African Journal of African Society of Korea 25: 283-307

 

Students Supervision

STUDENTS SUPERVISION:

 

Research & Consultancy

RESEARCH AND CONSULTANCY:Assessment of socio-economic and ecological impacts of uranium mining in protected areas, Funded by IFS