Working with a multi-institution and inter-disciplinary team, we have made several trips to Tanzana, Africa to both study the fish species represented in harvest, and also study the characteristics of the the fisheries. Coastal subsistence fisheries in Tanzania are very diverse, as separate villages often exhibit different gears and fishing habits that result in the harvest of different species. Ultimatly, our work is one piece in the larger puzzle of helping to understand how coastal Tanzania fisheries can be managed sustainably.
- M.D Robertson, S.R Midway (2019). Predicting coastal fishing community characteristics in Tanzania using local monitoring data. Journal of Environmental Management 246:514–525.
- R.V. Rohli, S.A. Ates, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, M.J. Polito, S.R. Midway, E. Castaneda-Moya, A.J. Gold, E. Uchida, M.M. Mangora, M. Suwa (2019). Inter-annual hydroclimatic variability in coastal Tanzania. International Journal of Climatology 39(12):4736–4750.
- E. Uchida, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, E. Castaneda-Moya, A.J. Gold, T. Guilfoos, M.F. Hernandez, R. Lokina, M.M. Mangora, S.R. Midway, C. McNally, M.J. Polito, M. Robertson, R.V. Rohli, H. Uchida, L. West, X. Zhao (2019). Collaborative research: Mangrove ecosystem services and poverty traps as a coupled natural-human system. Chapter 4 In: Collaboration Across Boundaries for Interdisciplinary Environmental Systems Science, Palgrave Macmillan.
- S.R. Midway, A. Ostrowski, L. West, M. Hernandez, M. Robertson (2018). Improved Growth Estimates for Lethrinus harak: Measuring Increments, Adjusting Ages, and Fitting Flexible Growth Models. Fishes 3(3):31.
- M.D. Robertson, S.R. Midway, L. West, H. Tillya, V.H. Rivera-Monroy (2018). Fishery characteristics in two districts of coastal Tanzania. Ocean & Coastal Management 163:254–268.