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Submissions from 2015

Analysis of Traditional Medicine in Zanzibar, Tanzania, Jessica Baylor, Lafayette College

Fauna Census of Intertidal Cliffs, Mangapwani, Zanzibar, Emily Jankowski, Gettysburg College

An Assessment of the Impact of Sand Mining: Unguja, Zanzibar, Caroline Ladlow, Lafayette College

The Pelagic Artisanal Fishing of Mangapwani, Northern Unguja, Shavonne Stanek, Oberlin College

Submissions from 2014

Bioremediation of Polluted Zanzibar Seawater: The Nutrient and Bacterial Bioextraction Potential of Native Seaweeds and Bivalves, Katie Bergman, Wake Forest University

The Invading Fly: Innovative Pest Management Solutions for Control of Bactrocera Invadens in Pemba, Zanzibar, McCall Calvert and Lindsay Gucker, University of Colorado At Boulder / Beloit College

Investment Opportunities in Solar-Powered Lighting for Small Rural Shops in Zanzibar, Alexander Cheston, Bowdoin College

The Status of Coastal Birds on Uzi Island: A Coastal Survey of Birds and Their Interactions with Fishermen and Seaweed Farmers, Anna Curtis-Heald, Connecticut College

Gamba la Kasa: Using the Sea Turtle as a Flagship for Conservation through Storytelling and Children's Literature, Eliza Hollister, Skidmore College

Feasibility of a Mangrove-Based Carbon Business in Makoba Bay, Unguja, Zanzibar, Janice Liang, Colby College

Pollution in Stone Town’s Coastal Waters: An Assessment of Environmental Influences on Fecal Contamination, Socorro Lopez, George Washington University

Pollution in Stone Town’s Coastal Waters: An Assessment of Environmental Influences on Fecal Contamination, Socorro Lopez, George Washington University

SHARKS AREN’T THE ONLY FISH TO BE AFRAID OF… A Survey of Serranidae Species of Genus Aethaloperca, Anyperodon, Cephalopholis, Epinephelus, and Plectropomus on Chumbe Island, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Kimberly D. Nesbitt, University of Denver

Trouble in Paradise: State of Coastal Erosion of Unguja Tourist Destinations Shoreline Analysis and Community Responses of Nungwi and Paje Beaches, Emily Pitman, Hamilton College

Submissions from 2013

Land Ladies: Gender and Access to Shambas and Quarries in Pemba, Mary Bryan Barksdale, Bowdoin College

Marine Turtle Health Assessment and Aquarium Suitability: Uzi Island, Zanzibar, Olivia “Warda” Crane, Gustavus Adolphus College

An Evaluation of Potential Management Options for the Indo-Pacific Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) Population in Kizimkazi, Zanzibar, Rebecca Hamilton, Rollins College

An Evaluation of Environmental Education Programs on Pemba Island, Lindsay Kingston, Middlebury College

Mangrove Species Identification on Uzi Island, Zanzibar Archipelago, Mariah Kuitse, Illinois Institute of Technology

Traditional Boat Building: An Intersection of Zanzibar’s Culture and Environment, Eric Levenson, Bowdoin College

Comparison Study of Fish Species Richness of Two Mangrove Forests on Misali Island: Eastern (Extractive) v. Western (CORE) Mangrove Forests, Spencer M. Mallette, St. Michael's College

Bioremediation Mariculture in Zanzibar, Tanzania: A Viability Assessment of Using Bath Sponge and Pearl Oyster Farms to Filter Highly olluted Waters in the Zanzibar Channel, Hayley Oakland, University of Oregon

Testing the Waters: Public Health Lab- Ivo de Carneri’s Safe Water Project Pemba Island, Tanzania, E. Grace Reville, Colby College

Species Censes & Local Conceptions of Ornithological Fauna, Uzi, Alexandria Vandervest, Hope College

Submissions from 2012

Paleoecological Study of Unguja: Can Past Environments be Inferred from Fossilized Corals and Mollusks?, Meredith Burger and Jory Lerback, Denison University / Franklin & Marshall College

The State of Artisanal Fisheries in Southern Unguja: Governance, Conservation and Community, Nathanial Colbert-Sangree, Oberlin College

Who Else Would Plant The Trees? A Status Update on the Pemba Flying Fox, Hannah “Hawa” Grose and Catherine Grace “Rahma” Clemmens

How Does Climate Change Affect Agricultural Stability in Southeast Unguja? An Assessment of the Threats to Agriculture and Food Security From Rising Temperature and Changes in Predictability and Intensity of Rainy Seasons., Eloise Reid, Oberlin College

Assessing the Viability of Desalination for Rural Water Supply in Chwaka, Zanzibar, Roy Yu and Daniele Packard

Submissions from 2011

Seaweed Farmer Education: Is it Enough to Sustain the Industry? Analyzing the Status of Stakeholder Investment in Muungoni and Jambiani, Unguja, Erika Davis, North Carolina State University

Monitoring Nesting Trends and Hatchling Success of the Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas) Population on Mnemba Island, Zanzibar, Taylor Dunbar, Franklin & Marshall College

The Aders’s Duikers (Cephalophus adersi) of Mnemba Island, Zanzibar: A Study of the Behavior and Diet of a Critically Endangered Species, Aviva Fiske, Bowdoin College

A Study of Sponge Aquaculture in Jambiani: Is Shallow Farming Feasible?, Sarah Friday, University of Richmond

Biogas Technology on Uzi Island, Zanzibar: A Feasibility Study, Peter J. McInerney, Skidmore College

Veterinary Issues and Livestock Development in Zanzibar: Farmer Practices and Attitudes, Shuana Milne-Price, Washington University in St. Louis

Submissions from 2010

Cultural Tourism in Mjini Ole, Pemba: A Case Study in Its Establishment and Marketing, Peter Rashid Clabby, Boston College

A Study of Corallivores of Bawe and Chumbe Islands, Zanzibar, Rachael Mallon, University of Puget Sound

Water Quality and Eutrophication: The Effects of Sewage Outfalls on Waters and Reefs Surrounding Stone Town, Zanzibar, Molly Moynihan, Cornell University

Paradise Lost? Impact of Tourism and Public Use on the Mnemba House Reef, Allison Nangle and Vicki Sheng, University of Connecticut, Williams College

Pesticide Use and Awareness on Pemba Island, Brooke Shorett and Lauren Crask, Duke University, University of Redlands

Submissions from 2009

Spirits & Sacred Sites: A Study of Beliefs on Unguja Island, Julie Bardenwerper, Gustavus Adolphus College

Behavioral Application in Wildlife Photography: Developing a Foundation in Ecological and Behavioral Characteristics of the Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey (Procolobus kirkii) as it Applies to the Development Exhibition Photography, Matthew Jorgensen, Cornell University

Sponges on Chumbe Island, Emily Marshall, University of Richmond

Survey of Anthropogenic Vegetation Changes on Uzi and Vundwe Islands: A Study on Deforestation and Its Implications for People and Wildlife, Lindley Mease, Stanford University

Mangroves and Crabs as Ecosystem Engineers in Zanzibar, Charlie Nicholson, Skidmore College

Behind Your Beach Vacation: A Review and Evaluation of EIAs as a Legal Framework to Regulate the Environmental Impacts of Tourism in Zanzibar, Mahima Sukhdev and Ayelet Singer, Yale University, Oberlin College

Submissions from 2008

Vertical Distribution of Spiders (Araneae) on a Tropical Island, Eric Brown, Bates College

A Culture Seen Through Cuisine: Traditional Zanzibari Recipes, Lizzie Resta, University of San Diego

Improving Beekeeping on Unguja Island, Larken Root, University of Puget Sound

Submissions from 2007

Biomass Combustion and ARI in Kiwengwa, Unguja, Eric Fournier and Nicole Poepping, Bucknell University, Brown University

A Survey of the Cockle A. antiquata, Chumbe Island, Kelsey Jacobsen and Lisl Esherick, Connecticut College, Vassar College

Submissions from 2006

Sea Urchin Predation in Misali Island Marine Park, Nicole Esclamado, Harvey Mudd College

Cows and Colobus (Procolobus kirkii): Resource-Sharing Habits at Jozani National Park, Emily Walz, Swarthmore College

Impacts of Salt Production on Pemba, Lauren Wolchok, Harvard University

Submissions from 2004

Assessment of the Artisanal Shark Fishery and Local Shark Fin Trade on Unguja Island, Zanzibar, Deborah Schaeffer, Bowdoin College