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/Mr Trevor Dube
Mr Trevor Dube

Qualifications:

  • PhD Biology, KU Leuven, Belgium, (2013 to date)
  • MSc. Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries, University of Zimbabwe (2005),
  • BSc Hons Biological Sciences, University of Zimbabwe, (2003).
  • National Diploma in Biological Sciences, Bulawayo Polytechnic College, (2001)

Research Interests:

  • Limnology
  • Ecology of aquatic ecosystems,
  • Aquatic biodiversity
  • Sustainable utilisation of aquatic ecosystems,
  • Evolutionary Biology

Publications:

  • T. Dube, L. DeNecker, J.H.J. van Vuren, V. Wepener, N.J. Smit, L. Brendonck.2016. The Spatial and Temporal Variation of Invertebrate Community Structure in Flood Controlled Tropical Floodplain Wetlands. Journal of Freshwater Ecology (Accepted)
  • Dube, T., V. Wepener, J. H. J. van Vuren, N. Smit, and L. Brendonck. 2015. The case for environmental flow determination for the Phongolo River, South Africa. African Journal of Aquatic Science 40:269-276.
  • Dube T, Masungo P &Makaka C. (2010). A survey of the diversity of human enteric protoctistan parasites and the associated risk factors in urban Zvishavane, Zimbabwe. Agriculture and Biology Journal of North America (5).
  • Dube T., Makaka C. & Sibanda Z. (2010). An assessment of the effect of industrial and sewage effluent on aquatic invertebrates: A case study of a southern urban stream, Zimbabwe. Journal of Sustainable development 3 (2).
  • Dube T. &Chitiga M., 2011. Human impacts on macrophyte diversity, water quality and some soil properties in the madikane and Dufuya wetlands of Lower Gweru, Zimbabwe. Elixir Biodiversity 36: 3544 – 3551.

Community Engagement Project :

  • “Taking Science To Marginalised Rural Communities in Zimbabwe – The Mobile Laboratory Project”.

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