Research work

The implementation of ADAP projects has enabled research partnerships to be developed with Swiss (Hepia, UNIL, EPFL, IHEID) and Tanzanian (Sokoine University of Agriculture) universities and colleges. In this context, studies have been carried out both by teams of researchers and by Bachelor, Master and PhD students.

Scientific articles

Studies and consultancy

Bloesch, U. (2018) Vegetation survey of Mlele Beekeeping Zone in 2018. Adansonia Consulting, 73p.

Association Faune et Développement au Burkina (2015) Les ZOVIC – Mise en place et acquis. Retours d’expérience de l’AFAUDEB dans l’accompagnement des Zones Villageoises d’Intérêt Cynégétique. Avec le soutien de l’ADAP, FFEM et UICN. 27p.

Kayombo, C. J., Mpinga, I., Natai, H. (2013) Melliferous Status and Activities Endangering Tree Species Composition and Diversity Survey of Mlele Bee Keeping Zone (Mbkz), in Mlele District, Katavi Region-Tanzania. Report to the Association for Development of Protected Areas (ADAP). Consultancy carried out by the Forestry Training Institute-Olmotonyi, Arusha-Tanzania.

Adansonia-Consulting (2009) Wild edible mushrooms from the Selous-Niassa Wildlife Corridor in Ruvuma Region, Tanzania (field guide), 20p.

Bloesch, U. & Mbago, F. (2009) Wild edible mushrooms and their marketing potential in the Selous-Niassa Wildlife Corridor, Tanzania. Second study (28/2 – 21/3/09), Adansonia consulting and the University of Dar es Salaam, 36p.

Bloesch, U. & Mbago, F. (2009) The potential of wild edible mushrooms in the miombo woodlands of the Selous-Niassa Wildlife Corridor for the livelihood improvement of the local population. Adansonia consulting and the University of Dar es Salaam in collaboration with ADAP, MNRT, UNEP and GIZ, 36p.

Bloesch, U. & Mbago, F. (2006) Vegetation study, biodiversity, conservation values and management strategies. Adansonia consulting and the University of Dar es Salaam in collaboration with ADAP,MNRT, UNEP and GIZ, 70p.

Theses

Disclaimer: The work is the product of student research and does not necessarily reflect the views of ADAP.

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