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Submissions from 2017

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What, where, why: a survey of Felidae populations at Enashiva Nature Refuge, Tanzania, Lucrecia Aguilar, Rice University

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Distribution, diversity, and den locations of Canidae and Hyaenidae species across habitat type at Enashiva Nature Refuge, Grace Bullington, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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Utilization and Accessibility of Securinega Virosa for Medical Use in Morogoro Municipality, Sasha Friedrich, Harvey Mudd College

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Superimposed Spatial Distributions of Environmental Risk and Socioeconomic Status in Spontaneous Housing, Elena Tesluk, Marist College

Submissions from 2016

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Access is not Enough: Family Planning in Dar Es Salaam, Claire Burrus, Trinity University

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The Political Participation, Engagement, and Perceptions of President Magufuli Among Students at the College of African Wildlife Management, Carolyn Del Vecchio, Gustavus Adolphus College

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Kila Wakati ni Wakati wa Chai: Mapping the Regional Commodity Chain of Tea in the Village of Sagara, Rebecca Gourlay, Boston College

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Tracking the Elephant (Lexodonta Africana) Corridor and the Human-­‐Wildlife Conflict in Esilalei Village, A Continuation Study, Victoria Gray and Cara Cappelletti, University of Colorado Boulder

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The Use Versus Availability of Wood Extraction at the Baga II Forest Reserve Border Adjacent to Kizanda Village in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania, Rebecca Halter, Skidmore College

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Effect of Varied Disturbance Types on Dorylus (Anomma) molestus Defensive Behavior in the West Usumbara Mountains, Tanzania., Ryan Mahar, Bates College

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Use of Cycling Paths along the Morogoro BRT Line, Ford Sanger, University of Denver

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Fish Diversity and Coral Health of Tanzania's Reefs: A comparative study between the Ushongo Village Reef and the Fungu Zinga Reef over time, Della Turque and Corinne Casper, University of Denver

Submissions from 2015

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I’m Not A Fishermen, I Don’t Sell Fish, I’m Not Even A Fish: The MicroEconomy of Fish within the Formal and Informal Markets of Mwanza, Austin Brush, Tufts University

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Tracking the Elephant (Lexodonta africana) Corridor and the Human-Wildlife Conflict in Selela Village, Nicole Chlebek and Laura Stalter, Illinois Wesleyan University / University of Vermont

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Impact of Invasive Species Datura arborea on Plant Species Richness In the West Usambara Mountains, Megan Foley, Villanova University

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Permanence and Picnic Tables Perceptions of Maji Safi Group’s Disease Prevention Center at Shirati KMT District Designated Hospital, Sarah Muskin, Vassar College

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Documenting a Wild Reality: The Experiences, Perceived Issues and Proposed Solutions of Four Actors in Human Wildlife Conflict in Jangwani Corridor, Tanzania., Jessie Springer, Hamilton College

Submissions from 2014

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Mama Nyani: A Study of the Correlation of Behaviors and Habitat in Papio Anubis, Madison Beran, University of Colorado At Boulder

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The Conceptualization of “Environmentalism” in Sagara, Emma Chapman, George Washington University

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Population, Progeny and Power: Analyzing Population Growth, Family Planning and the Factors that Contribute to High Child Bearing Rates in Kizanda Village, Tanzania, Jade Enright, Colby College

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The Optimal Foraging of Equus burchelli at Enashiva Nature Refuge, Edward Haubenreiser, Humboldt State University

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Beach or Bush? A study on sanitation and clean water in Ushongo Village, Charlotte Vetter, University of Denver

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Stars, Long Fingers, and Signals: A Study on Grass Species Diversity, Density, Frequency, and Veld Analysis at Ndarakwai Wildlife Ranch, Reena Walker and Theresa Schaffner, Brown University / Bucknell University

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The Effects of Altitude and Micro-Spatial Habitats on the Physiognomic Characteristics of Syzygium Guineense in Mazumbai Forest Reserve, Erin Brynn Zalmanek, University of Colorado At Boulder

Submissions from 2013

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Tanzanian Agricultural Markets and the Resulting Effects on Farmers Market Mechanisms at a Local Level in the Western Usambara’s Lushoto District, Carson A. Casey, University of Vermont

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The ‘Boonies: Effects of Habitat on the Behavior of Papio Anubis Outside of Lake Manyara National Park in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania, Madison Hoeninghausen, Emory University

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A Web of Violence: Local Perceptions on the Power Relations of the Tanzanite Trade Network in Arusha, Ellie Ng, Middlebury College

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Spatial Perceptions of Wildlife Crop Raiding in the Jangwani Corridor, Tanzania, Shelby Weiss, Colorado State University

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Livelihood Decisions “Choosing” Protein Deficiency: Relationship between Meat Consumption, Livestock Production, and Globalization in the Bangatan Household, Corey Wood, University of California Berkeley

Submissions from 2012

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The Impact of Income Generating Programs at Tarangire National Park, Tanzania, Dylan McDowell, Oregon State University

Submissions from 2011

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No Girls Allowed…: A Study on the Perceptions of Freemasonry and Community in Arusha, TZ., Alex Barton, Bates College

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Predators of Enashiva: A Survey of Occurrence & Distribution, Adrienne Fisk Bowles, Colby College

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Public Perceptions of Corruption in Tanzania: How Does the Corruption Perceived by a Sample of People in Arusha, Tanzania Compare to Tanzania’s Transparency International CPI Rating of 3.2 and What Does It Mean for Tanzania?, Kelly L. McDonnell, Skidmore College

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Wood Usage in Rural Tanzania: An Investigation Into the Sources and Accessibility of Fuelwood and Polewood for the Residents of Kizanda Village, West Usambara Mountains, James Ray, University of Puget Sound

Submissions from 2010

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Seeing Stripes: A Study of How Dominance Rank Within a Herd of Resident Burchell’s Zebra (Equus Burchelli) at Ndarakwai Ranch Correlate to Frequencies of Other Behaviors., Alexandra Clayton, Bucknell University

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Esoto: Where Girls and Warriors Meet The Changing Space and Perceptions of Esoto Over Generations of the Maasai Women of Engare Sero, Lisa Wilmore, Miami University: Oxford Campus

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Stop Pummeling My Primates: Effects of Land Use Change on Behaviors of Papio Anubis Near Lake Manyara National Park in Mto wa Mbu, Tanzania, Hannah Young, Portland State University

Submissions from 2009

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Shake It: A Study of Traditional Dance and Drumming in Tanzania With the African Traditional Dance Group, Megan Browning, Colby College

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Stand By Me: A Study of Activity Budgets, Nearest Neighbor, Social Behavior, and Home Range of the Olive Baboons (Papio Anubis) of Ndarakwai Ranch, Katie Conway, Bucknell University

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Constructions of Disease in Mayo Village, Rachel Eades, Bates College

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An Assessment of How Land Use and Productivity Has Changed in Villages Surrounding Mazumbai in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: Specifically the Original Tea Plot Allocations Received by Members of the Sagara Group in 1991, Abby Jensen, The College of Wooster

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Monkeying Around: Spatial Differences in Riverine Habitat Utilization by Vervets, Sykes, and Baboons, Sondra Lavigne, Harvard University

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The Birds & the Bees of the West Usambaras: Family Planning & Population of Sagara & Kizanda Villages, Melissa Neville, University of Puget Sound

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The Price of Water: Assessment of the Current Water Situation and Recommendation of Technical Methodology for the Community of Shirati, Tanzania, Max Perel-Slater, Wesleyan University

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“Toliki taa ub’ookin.” “Tell Them Everything.” The Changing Sexual Practices of the Maasai Women of Engare Sero, Adrienne Rosenberg, Harvard University

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Miti Iko Wapi II ?, Taylor Tully, Colby College

Submissions from 2008

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Heifer Tanzania’s Alternate Training Methods: A Study Comparing the Dairy Cow Husbandry Practices of Farmers Trained in Their Villages by Project Supervisors to Those of Farmers Trained by the Liti Tengeru Animal Husbandry Training Center, Ciara Lowery, Lehigh University