RESOURCES, DOWNLOAD & LINKS

 


 

Species' Checklists

  • Checklist of Mammals of the Udzungwa Mountains. (pdf)
  • Checklist of Birds of Mwanihana forest, Udzungwa Mountains National Park. (pdf)
  • Checklist of Birds recorded at the Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre. (xls)
  • Checklist of Amphibians and Reptiles of the Uzungwa Scarp forest. (pdf)
  • Checklist of butterflies of the Udzungwa Mountains National Park. (pdf)
  • Biological importance of the Eastern Arc Mountains, with list of IUCN threatened and endemic vertebrates and plants. (pdf; currently being updated)

 

Reports and Publications for Download

  • Report on training workshop on camera trapping for monitoring terrestrial mammals and birds (January 2017). (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2016). Annual technical report. Year 9. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2015). Annual technical report. Year 8. (pdf)
  • Biodiversity monitoring techniques and standardization across TANAPA forest parks: report of a training workshop for Park Ecologists (August 2013). (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2014). Annual technical report. Year 7. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2013). Annual technical report. Year 6. (pdf)
  • Rovero F., Mtui A., Kitegile A. & Nielsen M. (2012). Hunting or habitat degradation? Decline of primate populations in Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania: An analysis of threats. Biological Conservation 146: 89-96. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2012). Annual technical report. Year 5. (pdf)
  • Rovero F., Mtui A., Kitegile A., Nielsen M. & Jones T. (2011). Crisis in Uzungwa Scarp. Report to Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2011). Annual technical report. Year 4. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2010). Annual technical report. Year 3. (pdf)
  • Rovero F., Marshall A.R., Jones T. & Perkin A. (2009). The primates of the Udzungwa Mountains: diversity, ecology and conservation. Journal of Anthropological Sciences 87: 93-126. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2009). Annual technical report. Year 2. (pdf)
  • Rovero F., Nyundo B. & Kitegile A. (2008). The impact of human disturbance (especially deadwood collection) on the biodiversity of Mwanihana forest, Udzungwa Mountains National Park: a re-assessment following the 2005 study. WWF-Tanzania Programme Office. (pdf)
  • Udzungwa Ecological Monitoring Centre (2008). Annual technical report. Year 1. (pdf)
  • Jones T., Rovero F. & Msirikale J. (2007). Vanishing corridors. A last chance to preserve connectivity between Udzungwa and Selous ecosystems in southern Tanzania. (pdf)
  • Museo Tridentino di Scienze Naturali (2007). Conservation status, connectivity, and options for improved management of southern Forest Reserves in the Udzungwa Mountains, Tanzania: urgent need for intervention. (pdf)
  • WWF Tanzania Programme Office (2007). Workshop Proceedings: Conservation and management of the southern Udzungwa Mountains: the way forward. (pdf)
  • Nyundo B., Mtui A., & Kissaka H. (2006). An assessment of ecological and social - economic impacts caused by collection of deadwood, medical plants and cutting of grass for thatching in Udzungwa Mountains National Park. WWF-Tanzania Programme Office. (pdf)

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