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PERSONAL DATA

Gender female
Job title Senior Environmental Management Officer - Marine Ecologist
Department Department of Environmental Planning and Research
Institution
National Environment Management Council ( NEMC)
P.O.Box 32686, Plot No. 29/30 Mikocheni/Regent Estate. Dar es Salaam 255
Address
National Environment Management Council P.O.Box 32686, Plot No. 29/30 Mikocheni/Regent Estate.
Dar es Salaam
255
Tanzania
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel 255-22-786483051
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree M.Sc. Aquatic Sciences (Marine Science)
Job type Research , Information Management & Library , Natural Resource Management , Institutional Management
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Pollution , Research Support Services , Limnology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Marine and Coastal Engineering , Pollution , Research Support Services , Limnology
Research Activities Research Projects Operating during last 5 years Focal Point for Agulhas Somali Currents Large Marine Ecosystems Project Focal Point for GEF-Western Indian Ocean Marine Highway Development and Coastal and Marine Contamination Prevention (WIOMHP) Secretariat of Tanzania Coral Reef Task Force and National representative in the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) Peri Urban Mangrove forest as potential Phytoremediators of Domestic Sewage in East Africa (PUMPSEA) project. NEMC, In-charge of the project basically on governance and management. Transboundary networks of marine protected areas for integrated conservation and sustainable development: biophysical, socio-economic and governance assessment in East Africa (TRANSMAP) project. M.Sc. student in the project. Wiomsa/Masma-IMS project - the study of shoreline changes in Tanzania and Kenya, their socio-economic impacts and mitigation options. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership (TCMP) project. Contributed to the development of the unit through mapping and monitoring of coastal natural resources using GIS and Remote Sense Western Indian Ocean Land Based activities (WIO-LaB) project. NEMC In-charge of the Project on potential use of Vetiver grass to control soil erosion and filtration of nutrients and other pollutants interring Mzimbazi creek in Dar es Salaam and finally to the ocean.

Little bit of Japanese
Research Region 71
Skills/Expertise September, 2011. Awarded a certificate on Development of a National HNS Contingency Plan and Preparedness for and Response to Incidents Involving HNS: IMO and IOC, Mombasa Kenya. July, 2011. A Certificate on Ocean Governance: Policy, Law and Management: International Ocean Institute of Dalhousie Univeristy, Halifax, Canada December 2010. Awarded a certificate on Tier III training for Regional Oil Spill Contingency Planning - Organised by Indian Ocean Commission, Quatre Bornes, Mauritius December 2010. Awarded a certificate on Train of Trainers for Oil Spill Contingency Planning - Organised by Indian Ocean Commission, Quatre Bornes Mauritius May, 2008. Awarded a certificate of Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM), Regional Short Course. Port Luis, Mauritius Awarded a certificate course on Scientific Methodologies in Marine Ecology, a practical approach using tropical intertidal habitats December, 2007. A certificate of skills in Identification of mangrove Littoraria species at GUIA MARINE laboratory of Lisbon University, Portugal 2006 A certificate of skills in Geometric Morphometry at GUIA MARINE laboratory of Lisbon University, Portugal 2006 A certificate of Appreciation in successful promotion of Tanzania Coastal Management issues at TCMP/NEMC. USAID based activities in 2005. A certificate on Integrated Conservation and Development. MS-Training Centre for Development Co-operation (MS-TCDC)- January 20th � February 1st 2003 in Arusha, Tanzania. Awarded a Certificate of achievement on Website Design and Management. USAID/Africa link. Dar es Salaam in July 2003. A certificate of completion of safety Oriented Course in Aquaculture in 1997 at Memorial University of Newfoundland- Canada 1997
Comments I love Marine Science and I am interested in doing a PhD in Marine Science
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Ms. Rose MTUI)

Sara E. Silva, Inês C. Silva, Carolina Madeira, Rose Sallema, Octávio S. Paulo and José Paula 2012. Genetic and morphological variation in two littorinid gastropods: evidence for recent population expansions along the East African coast. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 2013. Wagner, G. M., and Sallema Mtui, R., 2010. Change Analysis of Rufiji-Mafia-Kilwa Mangroves (Tanzania) In Relation To Climate Change Factors and Anthropogenic Pressures. WWF: Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. 158pp Sallema, R.E. and Mtui, G.Y.S. 2008. Review: Adaptation Technologies and Legal Instruments to Address Climate Change Impacts to Coastal and Marine Resources in Tanzania. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology Vol. 2 (9). pp. 239-248. Also available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJest Tobey J., Torell E, Thaxton M., Crawford B, Kalangahe B, Madulu N, Issa A., Makota V., and Sallema R. 2005. HIV/AIDS and threats to coastal biodiversity in Tanzania. Cross-Sectoral dimensions of HIV/AIDS, Gender and population dynamics in critical areas. URI Coastal Resources Center: Narragansett. 51 pp. Torell E., Tobey J., Thaxton M., Crawford B., Kalangahe B., Madulu N., Issa A., Makota V., and Sallema R. 2006. Examining the Linkages between AIDS and Biodiversity Conservation in Coastal Tanzania. Ocean and Coastal Management: 49 (11): 792-811 Makota V., Sallema, R. and Mahika, C. 2004. Monitoring Shoreline Change using Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study of Kunduchi Area, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 1–10. Sallema, R.E. and Mtui, G.Y.S. 2004. Bacteriological Analysis of Water and Shellfish and the post sampling hours in Selected Mussel Farms of Long Harbour, St Johns and Outer Cove Harbours, Canada. Tanzania Journal of Science Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 55-64. Sallema R. E. 2004. Assessment of Factors affecting Growth Rate of Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus) at Mbweni and Mtoni Mangrove Forests. Research Report. WIOMSA/MARG-II/2004/07. 50pp Wagner G. M, Makota V.M., and R. Sallema 2003. Mangrove Forests, In: State of the Coast Report “Coastal Ecosystems and Environment”, The National ICM Strategy and Prospects for Poverty Reduction. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. Makota V. and R. Sallema, 2003. Shoreline Change Case Study of Kunduchi Shores, In: State of the Coast Report “Coastal Ecosystems and Environment”, The National ICM Strategy and Prospects for Poverty Reduction. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. Francis, J., Wagner, G.M., Mvungi, A., Ngwale, J. and Sallema, R. 2001. Tanzania National Report, Phase I: Integrated Problem Analysis. GEF-MSP Sub-Saharan Africa Project on
Sallema, R.E. and Mtui, G.Y.S. 2008. Review: Adaptation Technologies and Legal Instruments to Address Climate Change Impacts to Coastal and Marine Resources in Tanzania. African Journal of Environmental Science and Technology Vol. 2 (9). pp. 239-248. Also available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/AJest Tobey J., Torell E, Thaxton M., Crawford B, Kalangahe B, Madulu N, Issa A., Makota V., and Sallema R. 2005. HIV/AIDS and threats to coastal biodiversity in Tanzania. Cross-Sectoral dimensions of HIV/AIDS, Gender and population dynamics in critical areas. URI Coastal Resources Center: Narragansett. 51 pp. Torell E., Tobey J., Thaxton M., Crawford B., Kalangahe B., Madulu N., Issa A., Makota V., and Sallema R. 2006. Examining the Linkages between AIDS and Biodiversity Conservation in Coastal Tanzania. Ocean and Coastal Management: 49 (11): 792-811 Makota V., Sallema, R. and Mahika, C. 2004. Monitoring Shoreline Change using Remote Sensing and GIS: A Case Study of Kunduchi Area, Tanzania. Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 1–10. Sallema, R.E. and Mtui, G.Y.S. 2004. Bacteriological Analysis of Water and Shellfish and the post sampling hours in Selected Mussel Farms of Long Harbour, St Johns and Outer Cove Harbours, Canada. Tanzania Journal of Science Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 55-64. Sallema R. E. 2004. Assessment of Factors affecting Growth Rate of Terebralia palustris (Linnaeus) at Mbweni and Mtoni Mangrove Forests. Research Report. WIOMSA/MARG-II/2004/07. 50pp Wagner G. M, Makota V.M., and R. Sallema 2003. Mangrove Forests, In: State of the Coast Report “Coastal Ecosystems and Environment”, The National ICM Strategy and Prospects for Poverty Reduction. Tanzania Coastal Management Partnership. Francis, J., Wagner, G.M., Mvungi, A., Ngwale, J. and Sallema, R. 2001. Tanzania National Report, Phase I: Integrated Problem Analysis. GEF-MSP Sub-Saharan Africa Project on


Created: 2006-11-22 Last Updated: 2014-06-05 by Rose MTUI