Prof. Balthazar Michael Msanya

NAME: PROF. BALTHAZAR MICHAEL MSANYA (PhD)

 

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BIOGRAPHY

Prof. Balthazar Michael Msanya is a soil scientist and pedologist with vast experience in research and training in the areas of soil morphology, soil genesis, soil classification, soil survey and land evaluation. He is also involved in consultancy and outreach activities on the themes mentioned above. Prof. Msanya’s specialization is pedology for soil/land resources’ characterization and assessment. He has over 35 years of experience in university teaching, research, consultancy and outreach in his area of specialization. Prof. Msanya has authored numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, book chapters and extension manuals. He has also carried out various consultancies in the areas of pedological characterization for assessment of potentials for agricultural development. He is a member of the Soil Science Society of East Africa, and was for quite a long time a member of the International Soil Science Society (ISSS).

 

EDUCATION

PhD Pedology, Ghent State University, Belgium, 1987. Promoters: Prof. Dr. J. Ameryckx & Prof. Dr. R. Langohr

MSc Soil Science, Ghent State University, Belgium, 1980: Promoters: Prof. Dr. J. Ameryckx & Prof. Dr. R. Langohr

BSc Agriculture, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 1977.

UNIVERSITY POSITIONS AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Professor, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania: July 2015 to date

Associate Professor, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania: July 1999 to June 2005

Senior Lecturer, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania: July 1986 to June 1999

Lecturer, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania: July 1982 to June 1986

Assistant Lecturer, University of Dar es Salaam, Morogoro Campus, Tanzania: July 1979 to June 1982

Tutorial Assistant, University of Dar es Salaam, Morogoro Campus, Tanzania: May 1977 to June 1979

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Prof. Msanya’s research interests include soil and related land resources mapping and characterization, soil morphology, soil genesis & classification; land evaluation, landscape ecology and conservation agriculture.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Prof. Msanya has been principal investigator (PI) and /or research team member (RTM) of a number of NORAD (Norway), JICA (Japan) and VLIR (Belgium) and iAGRI (US) sponsored research projects as indicated below:

RTM, 2013 to 2015: Improving Agricultural Productivity and Crop Nutritive Quality in a Gender inclusive Approach in Tanzania. iAGRI USAID Feed the Future funded project.

PI, 2010 to 2014: SUA-VLIR Research Initiative Project (RIP) “Enhancing indigenous knowledge on conservation agriculture for poverty alleviation and sustainable livelihood in the Usambara Mountains, Lushoto, Tanzania.

RTM, 2008 to 2012: SUA-VLIR OWN-INITIATIVE PROJECT “Landscape-ecological clarification of bubonic plague distribution and outbreaks in the Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania”.

RTM, 2003 to 2008: SUA-VLIR funded project on “Soil and Water Conservation on the Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania.

PI, 2001 to 2005: EU-funded project on “use of indigenous N2-fixing cyanobacteria for sustainable improvement of soil biogeochemical performance and physical fertility in semiarid tropics”, SUA.

PI, 1998 to 2001: Member of EU-funded project on “Impact and fate of pesticidal proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis spp. in tropical soils and waters as influenced by interactions with clays”, SUA.

PI, 1996 to 2002: NORAD-sponsored project on “Gender differences in local knowledge on soil types, their use and limitations among some Mbulu villages”, SUA.

PI, 1996 to 2002: NORAD-sponsored project on “Soils and Land Resources of Morogoro Rural and Urban Districts”, SUA.

PI, 1994 to 1997: JICA-sponsored project - Natural Resources Study Team of the Miombo Woodland Agro-ecological Research Project, SUA.

PI, 1991 to 1993: JICA-sponsored project on “Land use and land evaluation systems research”, SUA.   

TEACHING UNIVERSITY COURSES

Postgraduate courses:

Soil genesis, survey and land evaluation

Soil resources of the tropics and subtropics

Undergraduate courses:

Introductory geology and soil formation

Soil classification

Management of natural resources and sustainable agriculture

 

SUPERVISION OF POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS’ RESEARCH

Prof. Msanya has experience in supervising postgraduate students’ research in areas of pedology including general soil fertility characterization, soil classification, soil survey and land evaluation.

Current PhD students

Mgeta, S.M. (2017). Effects of tillage methods and farmyard manure and potassium rates on cassava growth, root yields and quality in Kagera Region, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Student doing data collection. Co-supervising with Prof. J.M.R. Semoka and Prof. E. Semu.

Said, H. (2017). Effects of maize-legume rotations and intercropping on N2 fixation and carbon sequestration in soils of Morogoro, Mbeya and Arusha, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Student doing data collection. Co-supervising with Dr. H. Tindwa and Prof. E. Semu.

 

 

 

Graduated PhD students

Kebeney, S.J. (2015). Effects of fertilizer and soybean residue management on nitrate and sorghum yields under intercropping in Kanhaplic Haplustults of Western Kenya. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. J.M.R. Semoka and Prof.  W. K. Ng’etich.

Mwango, S.B. (2015).  Effectiveness and performance of indigenous soil and water conservation measures in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. D.N. Kimaro, Dr. P.W. Mtakwa and Prof. Jozef Deckers.

Shelukindo, H.B. (2015). Carbon storage in major soil types of Miombo Woodlands of Kitonga Forest Reserve, Iringa, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. E. Semu, Prof. Bal Ram Singh and Prof. P.K.T. Munishi.

Maro, G.P. (2014). Developing a spatial integrated soil fertility management tool for Arabica coffee (Coffea arabica) in selected coffee areas of Northern Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. J.P. Mrema.

Meliyo, J.L. (2014). Insights into landforms and soils for explaining plague hosts-vectors interaction in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. D.N. Kimaro, Prof. Loth S. Mulungu and Prof. Jozef Deckers.                                                                                

Kimaro, D.N. (2003). Assessment of major forms of soil erosion in the Morningside Catchment, Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. M. Kilasara and Prof. J.A. Deckers.

Samki, J.K. (1989). Soil formation, classification and land evaluation of soils developed over gneiss, limestone and marine sediments in the Mlingano-Tanga region, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. W. Verheye and Prof. A.K. Sharma.

 

Graduating PhD student

Masoud, S.S. (2018). Influence of terrain, soil and water inter-relationships on the distribution of plant communities in Jozani Groundwater Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. S.M.S. Maliondo and Prof. J.M.R. Semoka.

 

Current Masters Students

Isdory, D. (2018). Pedological characterization and spatial soil salinity hazard assessment in irrigated lands: The case study of Magozi Irrigation Scheme, Iringa, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Student on proposal development. Co-supervising with Dr. B.J.H. Massawe.

Mfaume, D.P. (2017). Management of acid soils through liming to improve physico-chemical characteristics and coffee seedling vigor in Mbozi District, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Student doing data collection. Co-supervising with Prof. J.J.T. Msaky.

 

Graduated Masters Students

Massawe, I.H. (2016). Effect of water management systems with different nutrient combinations on perfomance of rice on soils of Mvumi, Kilosa District, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. F.B. Rwehumbiza.

Uwingabire, S. (2016). Pedological characterization of soils developed on gneissic - granites in the Congo Nile watershed divide and Central Plateau Zones, Rwanda. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-

 Uwitonze, P. (2016). Morphology, physico-chemical properties and classification of the soils developed on volcanic parent materials of Northern Province of Rwanda. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. P.W. Mtakwa.

Lufega, S. (2016). Soil fertility status of selected soil units of Morogoro District, Tanzania and response of maize to applied Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Suphur. Co-supervised with Prof. J.M.R. Semoka.

Mbaga, H. (2015). Response of rice (variety TXD 306) to nitrogen and phosphorus applied on the dominant soil type at the Dakawa Irrigation Scheme, Morogoro, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. J.P. Mrema.

Mtama, J. G. (2015). Pedology of corn productivity indices for selected parts of Southern Highland Zone of Tanzania. Iowa State University.  Co-supervised with Prof. C.L. Burras (Iowa State University).

Mwasyika, T. (2015). Influence of soil fertility on mineral nutritive quality of some cereals and vegetables grown on some typical soils of Dodoma Capital District, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. N. Amuri.

Guillet, C. (2013). Soil characteristics and carbon storage potential under different land uses in semi-arid Central Tanzania. Justus Liebig University Gießen, Institute of Soil Science and Soil Conservation, Germany. Co-supervised with Dipl.-Ing. agr. Sylvie L. Drahorad.

Mateso, D.S. (2013). Computer Based Land Suitability Modelling for Allocation of Urban Land Uses: A Case Study of Morogoro Municipality, Tanzania.  Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. D.N. Kimaro.

Pallangyo, J.Y. (2013). Contribution of selected herbivore dungs on the soil nutrients ‘’organic carbon’’ and “nitrogen’’ in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. E.N. Mbije.

Brabers, L. (2012). Land characteristics, soil properties and microclimate associated with rodent burrows in a selected plague focus, Lushoto District, Tanzania. Catholic University Leuven. Co-supervised with Prof. J. Deckers.

Munishi, J.A. (2012). Pedological characterization and land evaluation for the production of major crops in selected areas of Mbeya, Rungwe and Kyela districts of Mbeya region, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. N. Amuri.

Hussein, J.B. (2011). Landform and soil analysis for predicting distribution of plague reservoirs and vectors in Mavumo area, Lushoto District, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Prof. D.N. Kimaro.

Hieronimo, P. (2007). Land use/cover changes and their influence on the occurrence of landslides: A case study of the northern slopes of the Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. D.N. Kimaro.

Tenga, J.J. (2006). Land use systems change and its influence on people’s livelihood in South Eastern Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. D.N. Kimaro.

Munisi, A.I.M. (2001). Establishment of digital land resources database for land use planning: a case study of Eastern Morogoro Rural District of Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Mr. D.N. Kimaro.

Kileo, E.P. (2000). Land suitability assessment of the Wami Plains in Morogoro, Tanzania, with respect to the production of the main food crops and extensive grazing. Sokoine University of Agriculture.

Mwango, S.B. (2000). Automated land evaluation for alternative uses in South Western Part of the Uluguru Mountains in Morogoro Rural District, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture.

Meliyo, J.L. (1997). Pedological investigation and characterization in Litembo village, Mbinga district, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture.

Wickama, W.J.M. (1997). Pedological investigation and characterization in Kitanda village, Mbinga district, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture.

Mgata, E.S.H. (1996). Pedological and mineralogical investigation on some soils developed on different parent materials/rocks in Coast Region, Tanzania. Sokoine University of Agriculture.

Kunda, A.M.Y. (1996). Evaluation of Kilombero Estate soils with respect to their potential and constraints to sugarcane production. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. J.J. Msaky.

Tarimo, J.E.R. (1995). Soils of Mtibwa Sugar Estate: Some physical and chemical properties and their effect on crop performance under sprinkler irrigation. Sokoine University of Agriculture. Co-supervised with Dr. H. Mahoo.

 

CONSULTANCY WORK:

Marwa, E.E. and Msanya, B.M. (2018). Report on soil characterization for land suitability evaluation at Mahenge graphite deposits in Ulanga District, Tanzania. Consultants’ report for Harmonic Biosphere Co. Ltd., Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. 22 pp.

Msanya, B.M. (2010). Report on the Potential of the Soils of Kalaita Company’s Farm, Mvomero District, Morogoro, Tanzania, for Various Agricultural Land Uses - A Rapid Assessment. Consultant’s report, Department of Soil Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania. 24 pp.

 Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 1: Land Resources Inventory and Mapping. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

 Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 2: Socioeconomic aspects. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 3: Land Suitability Classification. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 4: Thematic Maps for the Land Suitability Mapping of Makete District. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 5: Recommendations on Land Suitability and Development of Institutional Framework Plan for Land Use Planning at District Level. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Kilosa District, Tanzania. Volume 1: Land Resources Inventory and Mapping. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Kilosa District, Tanzania. Volume 2: Socioeconomic aspects. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Kilosa District, Tanzania. Volume 3: Land Suitability Classification. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Kilosa District, Tanzania. Volume 4: Thematic Maps for the Land Suitability Mapping of Kilosa District. Scale 1:250,000. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Ashimogo, G., Mbilinyi, B.P. and Kadigi, R. (2008). Development of land suitability maps with environmental overlays for Makete District, Tanzania. Volume 5: Recommendations on Land Suitability and Development of Institutional Framework Plan for Land Use Planning at District Level. Consultants’ report, Government of United Republic of Tanzania, Land Use Planning Commission, Dar es Salaam.

Msanya, B.M. (2007). Report on the Feasibility of Producing Macadamia Nuts in Mr. Hussein M. Hussein’s Farm, Kibaha District, Tanzania Consultant’s report. 26 pp.

Msanya, B.M. and Kimaro, D.N. (2001).  Site evaluation for factory construction in Kingolwira Area, Morogoro, Tanzania. Consultant report prepared for UNNAT Fruits Processing Ltd. Department of Soil Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.

Msanya, B.M. and Kileo, E.P. (2001). Feasibility study for the production of Paprika and Marigold flowers in Mapinga Farm, Bagamoyo District, Tanzania. Consultant report prepared for Mapinga Farm. Department of Soil Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.

Mbiha, E. R. and Msanya B.M. (1999). Feasibility study for Abdealli Karimjee Mikese Farm, Morogoro, Tanzania. Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness (DAE&A) and Department of Soil Science (DSS), Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.

Msaky, J.J.T., Msanya, B.M. and Kilasara, M. (1998). Soil survey and soil fertility assessment in Utengule and Ng’onde villages, Makete District, Tanzania. Final consultant report. Makete District Natural Resources Conservation and Land Use Management Project.

Kihupi, N.I., Msanya, B.M. and Mvena, Z. (1992). Ruchugi Smallholder Development Project. Write-up on terms of reference, work programme and cost estimates for feasibility study. Office of the Prime Minister and First Vice President, Dar es Salaam. Prepared in collaboration with staff of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Ministry of Land and Natural Resources and Ministry of Energy and Minerals.

Msanya, B.M. (1991). Soils of the Allidina and Lutindi Estates in Kilosa District and their agricultural potential. Consultant report. Department of Soil Science, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro.

Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N. and Maerere, A. (1991). Site evaluation and soil/land use appraisal studies of Zanzibar Agriculture and Food Corporation Estates, Zanzibar. Project write-up for funding by the Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC) submitted through Bureau for Agricultural Consultancy and Advisory Services (BACAS) of the Faculty of Agriculture, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

JOURNAL ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Journal Articles

Mwango, S.B., Wickama, J., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Mbogoni, J.D. and Meliyo, J.L. (2019). The use of pedo-transfer functions for estimating soil organic carbon contents in maize cropland ecosystem in the Coastal Plains of Tanzania. Catena 172:163-169.

Mtama, J.G., Msanya, B.M. and Burras C.L. (2018). Pedology at Four Representative Sites of Southern Highland Zone of Tanzania. American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 6(5):111-121. doi: 10.11648/j.ajaf.20180605.11

Tenga, J.J., Msanya, B.M., Semoka, J.M., Semu, E. and Mwango, S.B. (2018). Pedological Characterization and Classification of Some Typical Soils in Three Agro-Ecological Settings of South-Eastern Tanzania. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 9 (2): 692 - 702.

Kebeney, S.J., Semoka, J.M.R., Msanya, B.M. and Ng’etich, W.K. (2017). Influence of Soybean Residue Management on Nitrate Nitrogen Accumulation and Subsequent Sorghum Yield in Kanhaplic Haplustults of Western Kenya. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International 13(3): 1 – 12. Article no. JAERI.36777. ISSN: 2394-1073.

Massawe, B.H.J., Winowiecki, L., Meliyo, J.L., Mbogoni, J.D.J., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Gulinck, H.,  Lyamchai, C., Sayula, G., Msoka, E., Gunnar-Vagen, T., Brush, B. and Jelinski, N.A. (2017). Assessing drivers of soil properties and classification in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Geoderma Regional 11: 141-154.

Said, M.S., Maliondo, S.M.S., Semoka, J.M.R. and Msanya, B.M. (2017). Extent of Seawater Intrusion from Chwaka and Uzi bays into Jozani Groundwater Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 8(5). ISSN 2229-5518.

Said, M.S., Msanya, B.M., Semoka, J.M.R. and Maliondo, S.M.S. (2017). Characterization of Soil Depth to Coral Bedrock and Bedrock Roughness in Jozani Groundwater Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research 8(4). ISSN 2229-5518 IJSER © 2017 http://www.ijser.org

Massawe, I.H., Rwehumbiza, F.B. and Msanya, B.M. (2017). Effect of Water Management Systems with Different Nutrient Combinations on Performance of Rice on Soils of Mvumi, Kilosa District, Tanzania. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 4(2): 34 - 44. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.20546/ijcrbp.2017.402.005 ISSN: 2349-8080 (Online).

Massawe, I.H., Msanya, B.M., and Rwehumbiza, F.B. (2017).  Pedological Characterization and Fertility Evaluation of Paddy Soils of Mvumi Village, Kilosa District, Tanzania. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 4(4): 49 - 60. Doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrbp.2017.404.009

Kalala, A.M., Msanya, B.M., Amuri, N.A. and Semoka, J.M.R. (2017). Pedological Characterization of Some Typical Alluvial Soils of Kilombero District, Tanzania. American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 5(1): 1 - 11. Doi: 10.11648/j.ajaf.20170501.11 ISSN: 2330-8583 (Print); ISSN: 2330-8591 (Online).

Lufega, S.M. and Msanya, B.M. (2017). Pedological Characterization and Soil Classification of Selected Soil Units of Morogoro District, Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 16(1): 1 - 12. Article no. IJPSS.32681. DOI: 10.9734/IJPSS/2017/32681. ISSN: 2320-7035.

Mbaga, H.R., Msanya, B.M. and Mrema, J.P. (2017). Pedological Characterization of Typical Soil of Dakawa Irrigation Scheme, Mvomero District, Morogoro Region, Tanzania. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biosci. Plant Biol. 4(6): 77 – 86. Doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrbp.2017.406.009.

Mbaga, H.R., Mrema, J.P. and Msanya, B.M. (2017). Response of Rice to Nitrogen and Phosphorus Applied on Typical Soils of Dakawa Irrigation Scheme, Morogoro, Tanzania. Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research 3(6): 378 - 384. ISSN: 2454-1362, http://www.onlinejournal.in.

Msanya, B.M., Munishi, J.A., Amuri, N., Semu, E., Mhoro, L. and Malley, Z. (2016). Morphology, Genesis, Physico-chemical Properties, Classification and Potential of Soils Derived from Volcanic Parent Materials in Selected Districts of Mbeya Region, Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 10(4): 1 - 19. Article no. IJPSS.24855. ISSN: 2320-7035.

Meliyo, J.L., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Massawe, B.H.J., Hieronimo, P., Mulungu, L.S., Deckers, J. and Gulinck, H. (2016). Variability of soil organic carbon with landforms and land use in the Usambara Mountains of Tanzania. Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management 7(9): 123 - 132.

Uwingabire, S., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Uwitonze, P. and Sirikare, S. (2016). Pedological Characterization of Soils Developed on Gneissic-Granites in the Congo Nile Watershed Divide and Central Plateau Zones, Rwanda. International Journal of Current Research 8 (9): 39489 - 39501. Available online at http://www.journalcra.com. ISSN: 0975-833X.

Uwitonze, P., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Uwingabire, S. and Sirikare, S. (2016). Pedological Characterization of Soils Developed from Volcanic Parent Materials of Northern Province of Rwanda. Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries 5(6): 225-236. Available online at http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com /j/aff. ISSN:2328-563X (Print); ISSN:2328-5648 (Online). doi: 10.11648/j.aff.20160506.13.

 Said, M.S., Msanya, B.M., Semoka, J.M.R. and Maliondo, S.M.S. (2016). Use of water table as a benchmark for levelling groundwater forest: The case of Jozani Groundwater Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania.  International Journal of Scientific and Technical Research in Engineering 1(5).

Abera, T., Wegary, D., Semu, E., Msanya, B.M., Debele, T. and Kim, H. (2016). Pedological Characterization, Fertility Status and Classification of the Soils under Maize Production of Bako Tibe and Toke Kutaye Districts of Western Showa, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Journal of Applied Science and Technology 7 (1): 1 - 17.

Said, M.S., Msanya, B.M., Semoka, J.M.R. and Maliondo, S.M.S. (2016). Tidal Trends and Magnitude of Chwaka and Uzi Bays as a Proxy of Seawater Intrusion in Jozani Groundwater Forest, Zanzibar, Tanzania. American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 4(6): 168 - 177. Doi: 10.11648/j.ajaf.20160406.15 ISSN: 2330-8583 (Print); ISSN: 2330-8591 (Online).

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Lilanga, S. and Sanga, R. (2015). Soil Loss due to Crop Harvesting in Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: The Case of Carrot, Onion and Potato. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 4(1): 18 – 28. Article no. IJPSS.2015.002. ISSN: 2320-7035.

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Massawe, I. and Samwel, J. (2015). Effectiveness of Selected Soil Conservation Practices on Soil Erosion Control and Crop Yields in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International 2(2): 129 - 144, 2015; Article no.JAERI.2015.014.

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Meliyo, J.L. and Dondeyne, S. (2015). Soil Fertility and Crop Yield Variability under Major Soil and Water Conservation Technologies in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Journal of Scientific Research & Reports 5(1): 32 – 46. Article no. JSRR.2015.072 ISSN: 2320-0227. 

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Nzunda, I. and Ringo, S. (2015). The Influence of Selected Soil Conservation Practices on Soil Properties and Crop Yields in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Advances in Research 3(6): 558-570. Article no. AIR.2015.051 ISSN: 2348-0394.

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A. and Poesen, J.   (2015). Effectiveness of mulching under miraba in controlling soil erosion, fertility restoration and crop yield in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Land Degradation & Development. DOI: 10.1002/ldr.2332.

Kebeney, S.J., Msanya, B.M., Ng’etich, W.K., Semoka, J.M.R. and Serrem, C.K. (2015). Pedological Characterization of Some Typical Soils of Busia County, Western Kenya: Soil Morphology, Physico-chemical Properties, Classification and Fertility Trends. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 4(1):  29 - 44. Article no. IJPSS.2015.003 ISSN: 2320-7035.

Kebeney, S.J., Msanya, B.M., Semoka, J.M.R., Ng’etich, W.K., and Kipkoech, A.K. (2015). Socioeconomic Factors and Soil Fertility Management Practices Affecting Sorghum Production in Western Kenya: A Case Study of Busia County. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture 5(1): 1 – 11. Article no. AJEA.2015.001 ISSN: 2231-0606.

Kebeney, S.J., Semoka, J.M.R., Msanya, B.M., Ng’etich, W.K., and Chemei, D.K. (2015).  Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizer Rates and Soybean Residue Management on Nitrate Nitrogen in Sorghum-Soybean Intercropping System. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 4(3): 212 – 229. Article no. IJPSS.2015.022 ISSN: 2320-7035.

Karuma, A.N., Gachene, C.K.K., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Amuri, N. and Gicheru, P.T. (2015). Soil Morphology, Physico - Chemical Properties and Classification of Typical Soils of Mwala District, Kenya. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 4(2): 156 - 170, 2015. Article no. IJPSS.2015.017 ISSN: 2320-7035.

Mhoro, L., Semu, E., Amuri, N., Msanya, B.M., Munishi, J.A. and Malley, Z. (2015). Growth and yield responses of rice, wheat and beans to Zn and Cu fertilizers in soils of Mbeya region, Tanzania.  International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research 3 (11): 402-411. Available Online at http://dx.doi.org/10.15739/IJAPR.067.

Meliyo, J.L., Massawe, B.H.J., Brabers, L., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Mulungu, L.S.,  Kihupi, N.I., Deckers, J.A., Gulinck, H. and Leirs, H. (2015). Status and Variability of Soil Micronutrients with Landforms in the Plague Focus of Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 4(4): 389 - 403. Article no.IJPSS.2015.038 ISSN: 2320-7035.

Meliyo, J.L., Brabers, L., Massawe, B.H.J., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Mulungu, L.S.,  Kihupi, N.I., Deckers, J.A., Gulinck, H. and Leirs, H. (2015). The effect of soil physical properties and soil microclimate on rodent burrows’ abundance and their characteristics in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Journal of Agriculture and Ecology Research International 2(2): 105 - 119, 2015; Article no.JAERI.2015.012.

Ralazafisoloarivyony, N.A., Kimaro, D.N., Kihupi, N.I., Mulungu, L.S., Leirs, H., Msanya, B.M., Deckers, J.A., and Gulinck, H. (2014). Small mammals distribution and diversity in endemic plague area in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.4.

Ralazafisoloarivyony, N.A., Kimaro, D.N., Kihupi, N.I., Mulungu, L.S., Leirs, H., Msanya, B.M., Deckers, J.A., and Gulinck, H. (2014). Vegetation habitats and small mammals in a plague endemic area in Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.6.

Hieronimo, P., Gulinck, H., Kimaro, D.N., Mulungu, L.S., Kihupi, N.I., Msanya, B.M., Leirs, H., and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Human activity spaces and plague risks in three contrasting landscapes, Lushoto District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.2.

Hieronimo, P.,  Meliyo, J.L., Gulinck, H., Kimaro, D.N., Mulungu, L.S., Kihupi, N.I., Msanya, B.M., Leirs, H. and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Integrating land cover and terrain characteristics to explain Plague Risks in West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania: a geospatial approach. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.7.

Hieronimo, P., Kimaro, D.N., Kihupi, N.I., Gulinck, H., Mulungu, L.S., Msanya, B.M., Leirs, H., and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Land use determinants of small mammal abundance and distribution in a plague endemic area of Lushoto district, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.8.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Meliyo, J.L., Hieronimo, P., Mwango, S.B., Kihupi, N.I., Gulinck, H. and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Anthropogenic soils and land use patterns in relation to small mammals and flea abundance in plague endemic area of Western Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.9.

Hieronimo, P., Kihupi, N.I., Kimaro, D.N., Gulinck, H., Mulungu, L.S., Msanya, B.M., Leirs, H. and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Contribution of land use to rodent flea load distribution in the plague endemic area of Lushoto District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3).  Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.10.

Mwango, S.B., Msanya, B.M., Mtakwa, P.W., Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Masawe, V. and Bethuel, I. (2014). Root Properties of Plants Used for Soil Erosion Control in the Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(12): 1567 - 1580. Article no. IJPSS.2014.12.07. ISSN: 2320-7035.50.

Maro, G.P., Mrema, J.P., Msanya, B.M., Janssen, B.H. and Teri, J.M. (2014). Developing a Coffee Yield Prediction and Integrated Soil Fertility Management Recommendation Model for Northern Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(4): 380 - 396, 2014. Article no. IJPSS.2014.005.

Maro, G.P., Mrema, J.P., Msanya, B.M., Janssen, B.H. and Teri, J.M. (2014). Exploring the Nutrient Release Potential of Organic Materials as Integrated Soil Fertility Management Components Using SAFERNAC.  International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(4): 419 - 433. Article no. IJPSS.2014.008.

Maro, G.P., Msanya, B.M. and Mrema, J.P. (2014). Soil Fertility Evaluation for Coffee (Coffea arabica) in Hai and Lushoto Districts, Northern Tanzania. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(8): 934 - 947. Article no. IJPSS.2014.8.001.

Maro, G.P., Janssen, B.H., Msanya, B.M. and Mrema, J.P. (2014). Economic optimization of nutrient application to coffee in Northern Tanzania using SAFERNAC. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(9): 1096-1111. Article no. IJPSS.2014.9.006.

Phiri, A.T., Msaky, J.J., Mrema, J.P., Kanyama-Phiri, G.Y. and Msanya, B.M. (2014). Effect of Pigeon Pea-Groundnut Intercropping System on Selected Soil Properties. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science 3(4): 397-407, 2014; Article no. IJPSS.2014.006.

Shelukindo, H.B., Semu, E., Msanya, B.M., Munishi, P.K.T., Maliondo, S.M.S. and Singh, B.R. (2014). Potential of carbon storage in major soil types of the Miombo woodland ecosystem, Tanzania: A review. American Open Journal of Agricultural Research 2 (1): 1 - 21. (ONLINE). Available online at http://acascipub.com/Journals.php.

Shelukindo, H.B., Msanya, B.M., Semu, E., Mwango, S., Singh, B.R. and Munishi, P. (2014). Characterization of Some Typical Soils of the Miombo Woodland Ecosystem of Kitonga Forest Reserve, Iringa, Tanzania: Physico-Chemical Properties and Classification. Journal of Agricultural Science and Technology A 4: 224 - 234.

Shelukindo, H.B., Semu, E., Msanya, B.M., Singh B.R. and Munishi, P.K.T. (2014). Predictor variables for soil organic carbon contents in the Miombo Woodlands ecosystem of Kitonga forest reserve, Tanzania.  International Journal of Agricultural Sciences 4(7): 222 – 231. ISSN: 2167-0447.

Shelukindo, H.B., Semu, E., Msanya, B.M., Singh B.R. and Munishi, P.K.T (2014). Soil organic carbon stocks in the dominant soils of the Miombo woodland ecosystem of Kitonga Forest Reserve, Iringa, Tanzania. International Journal of Agricultural Policy and Research 2(4): 167 - 177. ISSN 2350-1561.

Meliyo, J.L., Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Mulungu, L.S., Hieronimo, P., Kihupi, N.I., Gulinck, H. and Deckers, J.A. (2014). Predicting small mammals and fleas abundance using landform and soil properties in a plague endemic area, Lushoto District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.3.

Meliyo, J.L., Massawe, B.H.J., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Hieronimo, P., Mulungu, L.S.,  Kihupi, N.I., Deckers, J.A., Gulinck, H. and Leirs, H. (2014). Landform and surface attributes for prediction of rodent burrows in the West Usambara Mountains, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Health Research 16(3). Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/thrb.v16i3.5.

 Maro, G.P., Mrema, J.P., Msanya, B.M. and Teri, J.M. (2013). Farmers’ perception of soil fertility problems and their attitudes towards integrated soil fertility management for coffee in Northern Tanzania. Journal of Soil Science and Environmental Management 4(5): 93 - 99. ISSN 2141-2391.

Pardo, M.T., Almendros, G., Kileo, E., Maliondo, S. and Msanya, B. (2008). Cultivation-Induced Effects on the Soil Organomineral Matrix and Their Bearing on Crust Development on Two Soil Formations from Tanzania. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis 39 (1): 65 - 81.

Kimaro, D.N., Poesen, J., Msanya B.M. and Deckers, J.A. (2008). Magnitude of soil erosion on the northern slope of Uluguru Mountains, Tanzania: Interrill and rill erosion. Catena 75: 38 - 44.

Msanya, B.M., Otsuka, H., Araki, S. and Fujitake, N. (2007). Characterization of volcanic ash soils in South-Western Tanzania: Morphology, physicochemical properties, and classification. African Study Monographs, Suppl. 37: 39 - 55.

Kimbi, G.G., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N. and Turuka, F.M. (2005). Natural resources management and food security in Sub-Saharan Africa: The need for improved linkages. JCEE 2(1): 112 - 132.

Kimaro, D.N., Deckers, J.A., Poesen, J., Kilasara, M. and Msanya, B.M. (2005). Short and medium term assessment of tillage erosion in the Uluguru Mountains Tanzania. Soil and Tillage Research 81: 97 - 108.

Maliondo, S.M.S., Mtui, E.B., Chamshama, S.A.O., Nsolomo, V.R., Msanya, B.M. and Mhando, M.L. (2005). Early response of second-rotation Pinus patula stands to nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers at Sao Hill Forest Plantation, Tanzania. Journal of Tropical Soil Science 17(1): 413 - 418.

Munishi, P.K.T., Maliondo, S.M., Temu, R.P.C. and Msanya, B.M. (2004). The potential of Afromontane rain forests to mitigate carbon emissions in Tanzania. Journal of the Tanzania Association of Foresters 10: 14 - 25. ISSN 0956-0269.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Kimbi, G.G., Kilasara, M., Deckers, J.A., Kileo, E.P. and Mwango, S.B. (2003). Computer-captured expert knowledge for land evaluation of mountainous areas: A case study of Uluguru Mountains, Morogoro, Tanzania. University of Swaziland (UNISWA) Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology 6(2): 120 - 127.

Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Kimbi, G.G., Kilasara, M., Deckers, J.A. and Kileo, E.P. (2003). Spatial distribution of soils and its implication on urban and peri-urban agricultural land management: The case study of Morogoro Urban District, Tanzania. University of Swaziland (UNISWA) Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology 6(2): 128-136.

Msanya, B.M., Langohr, R. and Msaky, J.J. (2003). Results on a questionnaire to soil surveyors around the world related to existing soil surveys and their attributes. African Journal of Science and Technology (AJST), Science and Engineering Series 4(1): 85 - 91.

Msanya, B.M., Kaaya, A.K., Araki, S., Otsuka, H. and Nyadzi, G.I. (2003). Pedological characteristics, general fertility and classification of some benchmark soils of Morogoro District, Tanzania. African Journal of Science and Technology (AJST), Science and Engineering Series 4(2): 101 - 112.

Msanya, B.M., Magoggo, J.P. and Otsuka, H. (2002). Development of soil surveys in Tanzania. Pedologist 46(2): 79 - 88.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M., Araki, S. and Otsuka, H. (2001). Application of computerized land evaluation systems in Tanzania: a case study in Kilosa District. University of Swaziland (UNISWA) Journal of Agriculture 10: 40 - 50.

Kilonzo, B.S., Madoffe, S.S., Maliondo, S.M.S., Msanya, B.M., Mabagala, R. and Kitojo, D.H. (2001). The effect of clay on the persistence of Bti toxicity against mosquito larvae in Morogoro, Tanzania. Tropical Pests Management Bulletin 2(1): 164 - 168. ISSN No. 0856-762x.

Msanya, B.M., Mwaseba, D., Ole-Meiludie, D.J. and Massawe, A.W. (2000). Ethno-taxonomy of soils and their uses by the Iraqw of Mbulu and Karatu Districts, Tanzania. Indigenous Knowledge and Development Monitor (IKDM) 8(3):15 - 16.

Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N., Shayo-Ngowi, A.J. and Kimbi, G.G. (1999). Pedological characterization, clay mineralogy and classification of some soils of Mikese area, Morogoro District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Agricultural Sciences 2(1): 7 - 18.

Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N. and Araki, S. (1998). Characteristics of two pedons and their implication for environmental management in part of Mbinga District, Tanzania. Tanzania Journal of Agricultural Sciences 1(1): 64 - 70.

Msanya, B.M., Mwaseba, D., Ole-Meiludie, D.J., Kimbi, G.G., Massawe, A.R. and Kimaro, D.N. (1998). Indigenous Knowledge in Soil Classification: The case study of Mbulu and Karatu Districts in Tanzania. Journal of Management Development (Mzumbe) 10(2): 237 - 260.

Mgata, E.S. and Msanya, B.M. (1997). Clay mineralogical composition and its influence on some physico-chemical properties of selected soils of Coast Region Tanzania. Special Issue, E. Afr. Agric. For. J.

Takamura, Y.T., Kimaro, D.N. and Msanya, B.M. (1995). Status of sisal production and research in Tanzania. Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 39(2):110-115.

Kaaya, A.K., Msanya, B.M. and Mrema, J.P. (1994). Soils and land evaluation of part of the Sokoine University of Agriculture Farm (Tanzania) for some crops under rainfed conditions. African Study Monographs 15(2): 97 - 118. Kyoto University.

Kimaro, D.N., Msanya, B.M. and Takamura, Y.T. (1994). Review of sisal production and research in Tanzania. African Study Monographs 15(4): 227 - 242. Kyoto University.

Msanya, B.M. and Magoggo, J.P. (1993). Review of soil surveys (Soil Resource Inventories) in Tanzania. Ecology and Development Paper No. 6. Agricultural University of Norway. ISSN 0804 - 2144.

Msanya, B.M., Langohr, R. and Lopulisa, C. (1987). Testing and improvement of a questionnaire to users of soil maps. Soil Survey and Land Evaluation 7 (1): 33 - 42.

Msaky, J.J.T. and Msanya, B.M. (1986). The effect of organic acids on micronutrients solubility in soils. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen. Rijksuniversiteit Gent 51 (1): 79 - 93.

Msaky, J.J.T., Msanya, B.M. and Uriyo, A.P. (1986). The use of rock phosphate as a source of phosphorus on a slightly acid clayey soil in Tanzania. Afrika Focus 2(2): 127 - 138.

Msaky, J.J.T. and Msanya, B.M. (1985). The effect of some organic acids on phosphorus solubility in soils. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen. Rijksuniversiteit Gent, Vol. 50 nr. 1: 21 - 28.

Lopulisa, C. and Msanya, B.M. (1985). Inter-relationships among important soil properties based on data of some Typic Paleudults. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen. Rijksuniversiteit Gent 50 (1): 41 - 47.

Msanya, B.M. and Msaky, J.J.T. (1983). Mineralogy of some soils developed on metasedimentary rocks of Morogoro region, Tanzania. Beitrage Trop. Landwirtsch. Veterinarmed. 21 (2): 181 - 189.

Moberg, J.P., Msanya, B.M. and Kilasara, M. (1982). Pedological and edaphological properties of the soils of two soil associations in the Morogoro area, Tanzania. Tropical Agric. (Trinidad) 59(2): 139 - 148.

 

 Chapters in Books

Meliyo, J.L., Masuki, K.F.G., Msanya, B.M., Kimaro, D.N. and Mulungu, L.S. (2018). Ecological Biogeography of West Usambara Mountains: A Study on the Influence of Abiotic Factors to Spatial Distribution of Plant and Animal Species. Chapter 7. In book: Pure and Applied Biogeography. http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/intechopen.72068.

Shelukindo, H.B., Semu, E., Msanya, B.M., Singh, B.R. and Munishi, P.K.T.  (2015). Chapter 17: Soil Organic Carbon Stocks of Kitonga Catchment Forest Reserve, Tanzania: Variation with Elevation. In: Rattan Lal, Bal Ram Singh, Dismas L. Mwaseba, Dave Kraybill, Dave Hansen and Lars Olav Eik (eds). "Sustainable Intensification to Advance Food Security and Enhance Climate Resilience in Africa" Springer Publishers. ISBN 978-3-319-09359-8. 655 pp.

 

FELLOWSHIP, AWARDS AND HONORS

Award: Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)-Third World Academy of Science (TWAS) Visiting Scholar Fellowship to pursue a 3-month research programme, Institute of Soil Science-Chinese Academy of Sciences, Nanjing, China -2008

 Award: Japan Society for Promotion of Science (JSPS) fellowship for long-term (10 months) research at Kobe University, Japan- 2000

 Award: Japan Ministry of Education Fellowship for short term (5 months) research at Kyoto University- 1993

Award: German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) fellowship for short term (3 months) research at Hamburg University- 1990

Scholarship: Belgian Government fellowship (ABOS) for doctoral degree studies at Ghent State University, Belgium- 1982

Scholarship: Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA) scholarship for MSc degree studies at Ghent State University, Belgium - 1978 Award: Tanzania Fertilizer Company Prize for Best Final Year BSc Student in Soil Science- 1977

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

Soil Science Society of East Africa (SSSEA)