- Life Sciences, Biology, Environmental Studies
- Research Keywords:
- fish ecology, marine ecology, limnology, climate change, fisheries, habitat connectivity, coral reef ecology, mangroves, seagrass beds, ecotoxicology
- Collaboration interests:
- marine ecology, ecotoxicology, climate change effects/impacts on aquatic resources and biodivisity
- I am an Aquatic ecologist working in marine and freshwater systems, focusing on fish ecology, aquatic resources management, limnology, and climate change. I study marine ecosystems—mangroves, seagrasses and coral reefs—connectivity for marine conservation and fisheries management. I am interested in how habitat degradation and change—both human and climate mediated changes—will affect the provision of ecosystem goods and services to coastal communities. Currently, I am studying the effect of climate change on fisheries productions in, and functioning of, Lake Tanganyika; and how land use and urbanization are affecting water quality in the great east African lakes. I am also working on how urban development in Tanzania is affecting marine coastal habitats, especially mangroves. Most of my publications can be accessed from research gate at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ismael_Kimirei
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