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)

 

Udzungwa GIS Database (UGISD)

The UGISD is an open access resource which has been established as collaboration between UEMC and Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge, UK) through Nick McWilliam and Trevor Jones. The database is designed as a tool to aid research and conservation work, as well as an on-going facility to be developed in a participatory way. It is available to all users in the spirit of open scientific and management collaborations.
See here for the guidelines to accessing, using, and contributing to the database.

 

Directory of Publications and Researches in the Udzungwa Mountains

A regularly updated list of reports and publications from research conducted in the Udzungwa Mountains can be viewed here. A selection of technical reports and relevant publications can also be downloaded from "Reports and Publications for Download" (see below).
A regularly updated directory of past and on-going research projects conducted in the Udzungwa Mountains can be viewed here.

 

Reports and Publications for Download

  • 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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