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  • Coral reefs and their management in Tanzania 

    Wagner, G.M. (Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association, 2004-12-30)
    Coral reefs are very important in Tanzania, both ecologically and socio-economically, as major fishing grounds and tourist attractions. Numerous fringing and patch reefs are located along about two-thirds of Tanzania’s ...
  • Environmental effects on the distribution of corallimorpharians in Tanzania 

    Öhman, M.C.; Kuguru, B.L.; Muhando, C.A.; Wagner, G.M.; Mbije, N.E. (2002)
    This study examined the distribution and abundance of corallimorpharians (Cnidaria, Anthozoa) in Tanzania in relation to different aspects of the coral reef environment. Five reefs under varying degrees of human disturbance ...
  • Tanzania National Report - Phase 1: Integrated Problem Analysis 

    Francis, J.; Ngwale, J.; Salema, R.; Mvungi, A.; Wagner, G.M. (2002-03)
    The Advisory Committee on Protection of the Sea (ACOPS) in collaboration with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC) of UNESCO, is implementing the Global ...