Dr. Eliapenda Elisante Mariki

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Dr. Eliapenda Elisante Mariki

Feature Description
Position Senoir Lecturer
Qualification
  • PhD 2016 in Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology (NM-AIST),
  • M.Sc.(Environ. Sci.) – 2002, University of Dar es salaam,
  • B.Sc.(Ed) Hons – 1999, University of Dar es salaam,
Research Interest Chemical pollution and Climate Change
Phone Number +255 754 477486/ +255718100288
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Skype Id (option) eelisante
Publication
    1. Elisante, E. & Tungaraza, C. T. (2017) Assessing significance of community documented climate impacts and adaptation preferences and options in the Lake Victoria region, Tanzania. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management. (EJESM) (Accepted for publication)
    2. Shemsanga, C., Muzuka, A. N. N., Martz, L., Komakech, H. C., Elisante, E., Kisaka, M., and Ntuza, C. (2017). Origin and mechanisms of high salinity in Hombolo Dam and groundwater in Dodoma municipality Tanzania, revealed. Applied Water Science. DOI 10.1007/s13201-017-0569-6
    3. Elisante, E. and Muzuka, A. N. N. (2016) Sources and Seasonal Variation of Coliform Bacteria Abundance in Groundwater Around the Slopes of Mount Meru, Arusha, Tanzania. Environ Monit Assess 188:395. DOI 10.1007/s10661-016-5384-2
    4. Elisante, E. and Muzuka, A. N. N. (2016) Assessment of Sources and Transformation of Nitrate in Groundwater on the Slopes of Mount Meru, Tanzania". Environ Earth Sci 75:277. DOI 10.1007/s12665-015-5015-1
    5. Elisante, E. and Muzuka, A. N. N. (2015) Occurrence of nitrate in Tanzanian groundwater aquifers: A review. Applied Water Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s13201-015-0269-z.
    6. Lowassa, A., Mahande, A. M., Mazigo, H. D., Mwang'onde, B. J., Msangi, S., Mahande, M. J., Kimaro, E. E., Elisante, E. and Kweka E. J. (2012). Social economic factors and malaria transmission in Lower Moshi, northern Tanzania. Parasites & Vectors 2012, 5:129
    7. Tungaraza, C., Elisante, E., Osewe, K. O. and Palapala, P. M. (2012). Long-term climate impact on the Lake Victoria region influences water level fluctuation and resource availability. International Journal of Environmental Sciences. 2, (3), 1717-1732
    8. Ngassapa, F. N., Othman, O. C. and Elisante, E., (2010) Urban Dietary Heavy Metals Intake from Protein Foods and Vegetables in Dar Es Salaam. Tanzania Journal of Science Vol. 36, p 85-94.

Workshop papers and Reports

  1. Mjemah, I.C., Mtoni, Y., Elisante, E., Tungaraza, C.T., Mtakwa, P.W. and Walraevens, K. Sources of salinity in the quaternary sand aquifer of dar-es-salaam, Tanzania. 22nd Salt Water Intrusion Meeting: Salt Water Intrusion in Aquifers: Challenges and Perspectives. Addendum – SWIM 2012 Proceedings Book. ISBN: 978-85-63243-03-4
  2. Tungaraza, C. Eliapenda, E. Osewe K.O and Palapala, P. M. Adaptation strategies for challenges associated with climate and ecological changes affecting Lake Victoria communities. Final Implementation Report of Research Project. UNITAR 2009.
Seminars/Conference
  1. GC-MS WORKSHOP Covering Fundamentals of GC and Electron Ionization Mass Spectrometry: From Instrumentation to Spectra Interpretation. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology, Kenya 2-6 September 2013.
  2. 4th Conference of the Eastern African Quaternary Research Association (EAQUA), Nanyuki, Kenya, 23rd – 27th July 2013.
  3. Intensive Training Program on Technology for Integrated Water Management 2010 at the University of Antwerp and University of Gent, Belgium, Sept. to Dec. 2010
  4. Field IT” for East Africa Workshop at Lake Natron 28th March to 11th April 2009” Which included the development of “virtual field courses” for Kenyan & Tanzanian universities through field research/training camps where digital methods are used for recording scientific research directed at sustainable water basin management.
  5. A course in Acid Rock Drainage at Bulyanhulu Gold Mine, Tanzania 6 – 7th Nov.2008.
  6. IFS International training workshop on Revision of Research Proposals and Development of scientific manuscripts for publication Nairobi, Kenya, 29 April - 4 May 2008..
  7. A course on Enterprising Teaching-Learning Methods conducted by University of Dar es Salaam Entrepreneurship Centre Organised by PANTIL-SUA, Morogoro, 13-16, November, 2007.
  8. IFS/VLIR/SUA workshop on project proposal Conceptualisation and formulation at Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania, May 7-12, 2007.
  9. DAAD Alumni Summer School on Integrated watershed Management at University of Siegen, 12th – 28th April 2005.
  10. Scientific Symposium on Environment at the Faculty of Science UDSM from 23rd to 26th Sept. 2002.
  11. A course on Tropical Freshwater Ecosystems Management at KWS Naivasha - Kenya1st – 21st Dec. 2002.
  12. A course on Environmental Modelling and Effluent Reuse at Prospective college of Engineering and Technology of UDSM, 21st – 31st Jan. 2002
  13. Groundwater Course covering Groundwater Chemistry, Environmental Risk assessment of Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals and Groundwater pollution at Technical University of Denmark. 17th July – 25th Aug. 2001
Teaching General Chemistry and Environmental chemistry
Google scholar link https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ClJNgq0AAAAJ&hl=en
Researchgate link https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Eliapenda_Elisante
Projects
  1. Biogeochemical Composition and Nitrogen Transformation Processes of Spring Water and Groundwater along the Slopes of Mount Meru, Tanzania, PhD research project 2011-2016
  2. Groundwater characterization of a coastal aquifer in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Mapping groundwater quality zones and developing groundwater management strategies; 2009-12
  3. Adaptation Strategies for Challenges Associated with Climate and Ecological Changes Affecting Lake Victoria Communities July, 2007-June, 2009.
  4. Research on Daily Dietary Intake of Selected Essential and toxic Mineral Elements from commonly consumed foods in Dar es Salaam. M. Sc. Dissertation 2000-2002

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