PhD

Last update: 17 November 2016

Usually a three years project, a PhD is a crucial post-graduate degree that produces fully trained researchers accepted by its peers.

Last update: 17 November 2016

    • Norman Leo Mukarati

      Norman L. Mukarati @ N. L. Mukarati
      Title: The epidemiology and ecology of Bacillus anthracis infections in wildlife/livestock interface areas in Zimbabwe

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    • Clarice P. Mudzengi

      Clarice Mudzengi @ C. Mudzengi
      Title: The role of key browse species in understanding livestock-wildlife interactions at wildlife-livestock interfaces

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    • Musa T. Tivapasi

      Title: Tick and tick-borne disease diversity and distribution in livestock and wildlife in the interface area

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    • Tawanda Tarakini

      Tawanda Takarini @ T. Tarakini
      Title: Wetlands and waterfowl resources in and around Hwange National Park: access versus sustainability in the face of climate variability

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    • Masimba Ndengu

      Masimba Ndengu @ M. Ndengu
      Title: Infectious causes of infertility in domestic ruminants, associated risk factors and socio-economic impact in selected human/livestock/wildlife interface areas of Zimbabwe

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    • Gregory M. Dowo

      Gregory Dowo @ G. Dowo
      Title: Resource utilisation in the Great Limpopo TFCA and its effect on the provision of ecosystem services

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    • Lovelater Sebele

      Lovelater Sebele

      Title: Ecology of owls and their use in rodent control: A case study of  Magoli and Jwapi in Hwange District.

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    • Hlengisizwe Ncube

      Hlengisizwe Ncube

      Title: Conservation networks in Human-dominated landscapes: Restoring a meta-population of Loxodonta Africana.

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    • Everson Dahwa

      Everson Dahwa

      Title: Temporary and spatial  movement of elephant and its impact on agricultural practices at the GLTFCA human/wildlife interface.

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    • Spiwe Dongo

      Spiwe Dongo

      Title: An Analysis of Opportunities and Constraints for Community-Based Ecotourism as a Meaningful Strategy to Reduce Human-Wildlife Conflicts at the Edge of Trans-Frontier Areas: A Socio-Ecological Systems Perspective

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    • Richard Mwembe

      Richard Mwembe

      Title: Livestock management options for sustainable livelihoods and wildlife conservation at the livestock/wildlife interface of KAZA TFCA

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    • Joseph Musara

      Joseph Musara

      Title: Designing Appropriate Market Linkage Innovation Platforms for Small Grain Value Chains: A Case of Sorghum Based Value Chains in Mbire District, Zimbabwe.

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    • Nketa Mangoye Dlamini

      Nketa Mangoye Dlamini

      Title: Creation of sustainable partnerships between local communities and Wildlife Management Conservatives to reduce conflict between wildlife and humans.

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    • Sithokosile Sibanda

      Sithokosile Sibanda

      Title: The prevalence and epidemiological features of infection with  Aphanomyces invadans/ Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome (EUS) in finfish, on dams and rivers on the Zimbabwean side of the Kavango-Zambezi (KAZA) TFCA and the Great Limpopo Transfrontier drainage: Implications on human livelihoods and the environment.

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    • Bulhe Francis

      Bulhe Francis

      Title: Evaluation of community participation in ecosystem monitoring and management practices of invasive species (Cylindropuntia fulgida var fulgida and Lantana camara) in Kavango Zambezi

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    • Susan Marimira

      Susan Marimira

      Title: Conceptualising an innovation and communication platform framework capable of stimulating multi-stakeholder engagement for enhanced livelihoods: lessons from KAZA AND GLTFCA

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    • Zénaïde Dervieux

      Zenaïde dervieux @ Z. Dervieux
      Title: Territorial restructurings in conservation context: local knowledge and participation in the CAMPFIRE management model in Zimbabwe

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    • Josphine Mundava

      Josphine Mundava © J. Mundava
      Title: The role of host ecology in the maintenance of avian influenza virus in Zimbabwe.

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    • Tendai Nzuma

      Tendai Nzuma © T. Nzuma
      Title: A comparative study on the population status of hunted ungulates (Loxodonta africana and Tragelaphus strepsiceros) in a CAMPFIRE District.

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    • Arthur Perrotton

      Arthur Perrotton2 @ A. Perrotton
      Title: Cattle Herding and coexistence between protected areas and their peripheries: A participatory approach

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    • Olga Laiza Kupika

      Olga Laiza Kupika

      Title: Interactive effects of climate change and land use changes on wildlife and human communities in Lower Zambezi Mana TFCA: a case study of Mukwichi Communal Area, Zimbabwe (1980–2014).

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    • Fadzai Zengeya

      Fadzai Zengeya © A. Caron
      Title: Understanding the distribution of cattle at the livestock-wildlife interface using real time Global Positioning System (GPS) and satellite remotely sensed data.

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    • Eve Miguel

      Eve Miguel © E. Miguel
      Title: Contact in the Wild: Pathogen Transmission from Wild to Domestic Ungulates in Africa

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    • Chloé Guerbois

      Chloé Guerbois © C. Guerbois
      Title: Integrated and sustainable management of African wildlife through protected areas. Developing modelling tools for exploring scenarii and decision making.

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    • William Crosmary

      William Crosmary
      Title: The effects of sport hunting and its different organisation methods at the periphery of protected areas on fhe African ungulates populations structure and their spatial distribution.

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    • Hugo Valls

      Camera trap setting © H. Valls
      Title: To drink or not to drink? The influence of resource availability on elephant foraging and habitat section in a semi-arid savanna

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    • Alexandre Caron

      Alex in Tree © P. Thompson
      Title: Describing and understanding host-pathogen community interaction at the wildlife/domestic interface

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    • Esther van der Meer

      Ester van der Meer © E. van der Meer
      Title: Is the grass greener on the other side? Testing the ecological trap hypothesis for African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) in and around Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

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    • Frédéric Baudron

      Frédéric Baudron © F. Baudron
      Title: Agricultural intensification : saving space for wildlife ?

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    • Stéphanie Périquet

      Stépahnie Periquet © S. Periquet
      Title: Sharing the top: How do Spotted hyaenas cope with Lions?

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    • Nathalie Smitz

      Nathalie Smitz © N. Smitz
      Title: Study of the population genetic structure of the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer): impact of the species mobility and habitat fragmentations on its distribution and its human interactions.

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