Prof Jafari R Kideghesho
Prof Jafari R Kideghesho
Associate Professor in Conservation Biology, Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA)
Verified email at suanet.ac.tz
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Factors influencing conservation attitudes of local people in Western Serengeti Corridor, Tanzania.
JR Kideghesho
Biodiversity and Conservation 16 (7), 2213-2230, 2007
3492007
Co-existence between the traditional societies and wildlife in western Serengeti, Tanzania: Its relevancy in the contemporary wildlife conservation efforts.
JR Kideghesho
Conservation and Biodiversity 17 (8), 1861-1881, 2008
952008
Factors and ecological impacts of wildlife habitat destruction in the Serengeti Ecosystem in Northern Tanzania
JR Kideghesho, JW Nyahongo, SN Hassan, TC Tarimo, EN Mbije
African Journal of Environmental Assessment and Management 11, 17-32, 2006
822006
The potentials of traditional African cultural practices in mitigating overexploitation of wildlife species and habitat loss: experience of Tanzania.
Kideghesho JR
International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 5 (2), 83-94, 2009
642009
Wildlife Conservation and local land use conflicts in Western Serengeti Corridor, Tanzania.
Kideghesho JR
Conservation of Natural Resources: Some African and Asian Examples, 84-112, 2010
61*2010
Serengeti National Park and its Neighbours: Do they interact?
JR Kaltenborn, BP., Kideghesho, H Nyahongo, JW, & Haaland
Journal for Nature Conservation 16 (2), 96-108, 2008
562008
Human-wildlife conflicts in Tanzania: What research and extension could offer to conflict resolution
DTK Shemwetta, JR Kideghesho
1st University Wide Conference, Proceedings. Morogoro, 2000
552000
‘Serengeti shall not die’: Can the ambition be sustained?
JR Kideghesho, E Røskaft, BP Kaltenborn, TCM Tarimo
The International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 1 3 (1), 2005
542005
Emerging issues and challenges in conservation of biodiversity in the rangelands of Tanzania
AA Rija, JR Kideghesho, KA Mwamende, I Selemani
Pensoft Publishers, 2013
522013
The attitudes of tourists towards the environmental, social and managerial attributes of Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
BP Kaltenborn, JR Kideghesho, JW Nyahongo
Journal of Tropical Conservation Science 4 (2), 132-148, 2011
522011
The role of traditional management practices in enhancing sustainable use and conservation of medicinal plants in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania.
JR Msuya, TS & Kideghesho
Journal of Tropical Conservation Science 2 (1), 88–105, 2009
50*2009
Roads as a threat to the Serengeti ecosystem
R Fyumagwa, E Gereta, S Hassan, JR Kideghesho, EM Kohi, J Keyyu, ...
Conservation Biology 27 (5), 1122-1125, 2013
452013
The Elephant poaching crisis in Tanzania: a need to reverse the trend and the way forward
JR Kideghesho
Tropical Conservation Science 9 (1), 369-388, 2016
402016
Availability, preference and consumption of indigenous forest foods in the Eastern Arc Mountains, Tanzania.
TS Msuya, Kideghesho JR, TCE Mosha
Ecology of Food and Nutrition 49 (3), 208-227, 2010
372010
Who pays for wildlife conservation in Tanzania and who benefits
JR Kideghesho
Proceedings of the 12th Biennal Conference of the International Association …, 2008
302008
Who compensates for Wildlife Conservation in Serengeti?
KJR Mtoni PE.
International Journal of Biodiversity Science and Management 4 (2), 112-125, 2008
28*2008
Realities on deforestation in Tanzania—Trends, drivers, implications and the way forward
JR Kideghesho
Precious Forests-Precious Earth, 21-47, 2015
262015
Serengeti Shall Not Die: Transforming an ambition into a reality.
JR Kideghesho
Journal of Tropical Conservation Science 3 (3), 228-248, 2010
262010
Reversing the trend of wildlife crime in Tanzania: challenges and opportunities
JR Kideghesho
Biodiversity and Conservation 25 (3), 427-449, 2016
252016
The potentials for co-management approaches in western Serengeti, Tanzania.
PE Kideghesho, JR & Mtoni
Journal of Tropical Conservation Science 1 (4), 334-358;, 2008
25*2008
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