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Yunus D. Mgaya, PhD
Yunus D. Mgaya, PhD
Professor of Aquatic Science, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
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Oceans and coastal ecosystems and their services
S Cooley, D Schoeman, L Bopp, P Boyd, S Donner, SI Ito, W Kiessling, ...
IPCC AR6 WGII, 2022
2772022
The importance of mangroves, mud and sand flats, and seagrass beds as feeding areas for juvenile fishes in Chwaka Bay, Zanzibar: gut content and stable isotope analyses
BR Lugendo, I Nagelkerken, G Van der Velde, YD Mgaya
Journal of Fish Biology 69 (6), 1639-1661, 2006
1882006
Mangrove habitat use by juvenile reef fish: meta-analysis reveals that tidal regime matters more than biogeographic region
MM Igulu, I Nagelkerken, M Dorenbosch, MGG Grol, AR Harborne, ...
PloS one 9 (12), e114715, 2014
1642014
The effects of size grading and stocking density on growth performance of juvenile abalone, Haliotis tuberculata Linnaeus
YD Mgaya, JP Mercer
Aquaculture 136 (3-4), 297-312, 1995
1501995
Ontogenetic habitat use by mangrove/seagrass-associated coral reef fishes shows flexibility in time and space
IA Kimirei, I Nagelkerken, B Griffioen, C Wagner, YD Mgaya
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92 (1), 47-58, 2011
1482011
Relative importance of mangroves as feeding habitats for fishes: a comparison between mangrove habitats with different settings
BR Lugendo, I Nagelkerken, G Kruitwagen, G Van Der Velde, YD Mgaya
Bulletin of Marine Science 80 (3), 497-512, 2007
1292007
What drives ontogenetic niche shifts of fishes in coral reef ecosystems?
IA Kimirei, I Nagelkerken, M Trommelen, P Blankers, N Van Hoytema, ...
Ecosystems 16, 783-796, 2013
1272013
The mangrove nursery paradigm revisited: otolith stable isotopes support nursery-to-reef movements by Indo-Pacific fishes
IA Kimirei, I Nagelkerken, YD Mgaya, CM Huijbers
PloS one 8 (6), e66320, 2013
1082013
Habitat utilisation by juveniles of commercially important fish species in a marine embayment in Zanzibar, Tanzania
BR Lugendo, A Pronker, I Cornelissen, A De Groene, I Nagelkerken, ...
Aquatic Living Resources 18 (2), 149-158, 2005
992005
The Fishery of Portunus pelagicus and Species Diversity of Portunid Crabs along the Coast of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
AI Chande, YD Mgaya
Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 2 (1), 75-84, 2003
952003
Cyanobacteria blooms—a possible cause of mass mortality of Lesser Flamingos in Lake Manyara and Lake Big Momela, Tanzania
C Lugomela, HB Pratap, YD Mgaya
Harmful Algae 5 (5), 534-541, 2006
912006
Geographic trends in mangrove crab abundance in East Africa
RG Hartnoll, S Cannici, WD Emmerson, S Fratini, A Macia, Y Mgaya, ...
Wetlands ecology and Management 10, 203-213, 2002
842002
The artisanal fishery for Octopus cyanea Gray in Tanzania
M Guard, YD Mgaya
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment 31 (7), 528-536, 2002
822002
A comparison of diurnal dynamics of water quality parameters in Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus, Linnaeus, 1758) monoculture and polyculture with African sharp tooth …
AP Shoko, SM Limbu, HDJ Mrosso, YD Mgaya
International Aquatic Research 6, 1-13, 2014
752014
Factors affecting scleractinian coral recruitment on a nearshore reef in Tanzania
LM Nzali, RW Johnstone, YD Mgaya
Ambio, 717-722, 1998
721998
Importance of different carbon sources for macroinvertebrates and fishes of an interlinked mangrove–mudflat ecosystem (Tanzania)
G Kruitwagen, I Nagelkerken, BR Lugendo, YD Mgaya, SEW Bonga
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88 (4), 464-472, 2010
702010
Mangrove fish production is largely fuelled by external food sources: a stable isotope analysis of fishes at the individual, species, and community levels from across the globe
MM Igulu, I Nagelkerken, G Van der Velde, YD Mgaya
Ecosystems 16, 1336-1352, 2013
692013
Effect of stocking density on growth, production and economic benefits of mixed sex N ile tilapia (O reochromis niloticus) and A frican sharptooth catfish (C larias gariepinus …
AP Shoko, SM Limbu, HDJ Mrosso, AF Mkenda, YD Mgaya
Aquaculture Research 47 (1), 36-50, 2016
652016
Effect of social and economic drivers on choosing aquaculture as a coastal livelihood
MJ Slater, YD Mgaya, AC Mill, SP Rushton, SM Stead
Ocean & Coastal Management 73, 22-30, 2013
622013
Abundance and reproductive biology of the penaeid prawns of Bagamoyo coastal waters, Tanzania
ED Teikwa, YD Mgaya
Western Indian Ocean Journal of Marine Science 2 (2), 117-125, 2003
612003
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