Journal Publication

  1. T. Mumbi, R. Marchant and P. Lane. (2014). Vegetation Response to Climate Change and Human Impacts in the Usambara Mountains. International Journal of Forestry, Vol. 1, 1-12 pp.
  2. Cassian T. Mumbi, Wilfred Marealle, Aisha M. Mmbaga and Ntiniwa Juma Kipemba (2014). Distribution Map of Pollen and Honey Types in Tanzania. Research study presented at the 1st Apimondia Symposium on African Bees and Beekeeping held at Arusha International Conference centre (AICC) in Arusha, Tanzania from 11th – 16th November, 2014.
  3. Cassian Teotimi Mumbi, Angela Richard Mwakatobe, Issa Hamisi Mpinga, Allen Richard, Raphael Machumu (2015). Parasitic mite, Varroa species (Parasitiformes: Varroidae) infesting the colonies of African honeybees, Apis mellifera scutellata (Hymenoptera: Apididae) in Tanzania. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 2 (Vol. 3): pp. 188-196.
  4. Cassian T. Mumbi, Steven D. Liseki, Invocavith O. Silas, Simplis Boniphace, Inocent I. Ilomo, Asheri M. Kalala, Agnes Mahembe, Jumanne Muhando, Hamis Ramadhan, Jumanne Mpazi (2015). Assessment of nicotine levels in Tanzanian honeys from tobacco growing and non-tobacco growing areas. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 9 (44), pp. 3258-3266, 30 October, 2014. DOI: 10.5897/AJAR2013.7781.
  5. Rob Marchant, Cassian Mumbi, Stephen Rucina, Veronica Muiruri and Rahab Kinyanjui, 2016. Understanding complexity in savannas and afro-mountains: climate, biodiversity and people. In: Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability Volume 2, Issues 1-2, May 2016, Pages 101-108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cosust.2016.07.001.
  6. Robert Marchant, Paul Lane and Cassian Mumbi, 2016. Past perspectives for the future: foundations for sustainable development in East Africa. Journal of archaeological science 51, Pages 12-21; Journal publication date, June 2016. Published copy (DOI)10.1016/j.jas.2016.07.005.
  7. Mumbi, C.T., Marchant, R., Hooghiemstra, H., and Lovett, J., (in Press). Late Quaternary vegetation and climate change in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania; a 48.8 kyr pollen-based record from Kising’a-Rugaro Catchment Forest. Cores 1 and 2 compared. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.
  8. Cassian Mumbi (2012). Late Quaternary reconstructions from the Eastern Arc Mountains. Vegetation response to climate change and ecosystem dynamics. Copyright © 2012 LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing GmbH & Co. KG. Printed in German, U.S.A and U.K. ISBN: 978-3-8473-0730-3. 398 book pages.
  9. John Bukombe, Andrew Kittle, Ramadhan B. Senzota, Hamza Kija, Simon Mduma, John M. Fryxelland Anthony R.E. Sinclair (2017). Resource selection preferences and seasons influence spatial distribution of ungulates in the western Serengeti National Park ArticleID:AJE12410: In Press (African Journal of Ecology).
  10. Ally Nkwabi, Steven Liseki, Hamza Kija, Gladys Lendii, John Bukombe, Machoke Mwita, and Emmanuel Mmassy, (2017). Species richness and composition of butterfly with reference to anthropogenic activities in the wildlife management areas, Southern Tanzania. In Press (International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies).
  11. Andrew M. Kittle, John K. Bukombe, Anthony R. E. Sinclair, Simon A. R. Mduma and John M. Fryxell (2016). Landscape-level movement patterns by lions in western Serengeti: comparing the influence of inter-specific competitors, habitat attributes and prey availability. Movement Ecology (2016). DOI 10.1186/s40462-016-0082-9
  12. Lyakurwa, V.J., Mumbi, C.T., Majige, F.J., (In Press). Small mammal species as useful indicators of habitat change in urban environmental quality: the case study of Njiro urban forest in Arusha City. African Journal of Ecology.
  13. Mumbi, C.T., Marchant, R., Hooghiemstra, H., and Lovett, J., (in Press). Late Quaternary vegetation and climate change in the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania; a 48.8 kyr pollen-based record from Kising’a-Rugaro Catchment Forest. Cores 1 and 2 compared. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology.
  14. Assessing Rotation-Invariant Feature Classification for Automated Wildebeest Population Counts. Colin J. Torney1*, Andrew P. Dobson, Felix Borner, David J. Lloyd-Jones,
David Moyer, Honori T. Maliti, Machoke Mwita, Howard Fredrick, Markus Borner, J. Grant C. Hopcraft .PLoS ONE(DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0156342)
  15. Population Status and Trend of the Maasai Giraffe in the Mid Kenya-Tanzania Borderland : Moses Makonjio Okello1*, Lekishon Kenana, Honori Maliti, John Warui Kiringe, Erastus Kanga, Fiesta Warinwa, Samwel Bakari, Stephen Ndambuki, Hamza Kija, Noah Sitati, David Kimutai, Nathan Gichohi, Daniel Muteti, Philip Muruthi, Machoke Mwita .Natural Resources(http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/nr.2015.63015)
  16. Population Status and Trend of Water Dependent Grazers (Buffalo and Waterbuck) in the Kenya-Tanzania Borderland: Moses Makonjio Okello, Lekishon Kenana, Hanori Maliti, John Warui Kiringe, Erastus Kanga, Fiesta Warinwa, Samwel Bakari, Nathan Gichohi,
Stephen Ndambuki, Hamza Kija, Noah Sitati, David Kimutai,
Machoke Mwita, Daniel Muteti, Philip Muruthi Natural Resources (http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/nr.2015.62009)
  17. Nindi, J.S, Maliti, H, Bakari, S, Kija, H, Mwita, Machoke (2014). Conflicts over Land and Water Resources in the Kilombero Valley Floodplain, Tanzania. African Study Monographs, Suppl. 50: 173-190.
  18. Noah Sitati, Kenana Lekishon, Samuel Bakari, Fiesta Warinwa, Stephen Ndambuki Mwiu, Nathan Gichohi, Elphas Bitok, Machoke Mwita, Hamza Kija, Joseph Mukeka (2014). Wildebeest (Connochaetes taurinus) Population Densities and Distribution in Dry and Wet Season in the Kilimanjaro Landscape.
  19. Richard D. Lyamuya, Emmanuel H. Masenga, Franco Peniel Mbise, Robert D. Fyumagwa, Machoke  Mwita and Eivin Røskaft(2014). Attitudes of Maasai pastoralists towards the conservation of large carnivores in the Loliondo Game Controlled Area of Northern Tanzania: International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation
  20. Robert D. Fyumagwa1*, Zablon Bugwesa, Machoke Mwita, Emilian S. Kihwele2, Athanas Nyaki3, Robinson H. Mdegela4 and Donald G. Mpanduji (2013): Cyanobacterial toxins and bacterial infections are the possible causes of mass mortality of lesser flamingos in Soda lakes in northern Tanzania :roavs.com EISSN: 2223-0343 RESEARCH OPINIONS IN ANIMAL & VETERINARY SCIENCES
  21. Fyumagwa, Robert D.; Mwakalebe, Grayson; Mwita, Machoke; Clamsen Mmassy, Emmanuel (2014). Lake Basotu and Lake Tlawi are essential wetlands for waterbirds: South African Journal of Wildlife Research; 2014, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p84
  22. John Bukombe Kija, Clement Mweya, Machoke Mwita, Hamza Kija and Robert Fyumagwa (2013). Prediction of Suitable Habitat for Potential Invasive Plant Species Parthenium Hysterophorus in Tanzania. A short Communication. International Journal of Ecosystem 2013, 3(4): 82-89