The environmental history of Tanzania

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Transformations Along the Gradient
Summary of the dissertation of Christopher Conte, Michigan State University, May 1995. A history of ecological change in northeastern Tanzania's Usambara mountains during the late pre-colonial, colonial and early independence periods.
Obsolete Pesticides Stockpiled In Tanzania
From PANUPS, 14 November 1997. Tanzania lacks adequate disposal facilities, and, as a result in some cases obsolete pesticide stocks have been dumped indiscriminately in open places.
Tanzania's Grim Baboon Trade
By Gregory Mthembu-Salter, Mail and Guardian (Johannesburg), 10 November 2000. Olive baboons are being kidnapped in traps and sold for about R90 each to primate dealers, who then sell them to research laboratories for up to R9 000 a head.
Indiscriminate Tree Felling Attracts Desert in Tanzania
By Deodatus Mfugale, Panafrican News Agency, 2 January 2001. The gap between cutting and replacing of trees is so enormous that Tanzanians will have to step up their tree planting efforts so as to reduce desertification. The tree planting efforts face two major problems.