Students

Progamme enrolled in at NUST Thesis Topic Supervisor Co-supervisor
Ailla-Tessa Iiyambula Master of Natural Resource Management Analysis of the drivers of human carnivore conflict to determine carnivore depredation hotspot in selected North-west conservancies of Namibia Dr. Meed Mbidzo N/A
Albertina Fillipus Master of Natural Resource Management Mapping and predicting the distribution of endemic woody species in Northern Kunene, Namibia Dr. Vera De Cauwer Dr. Rolf Becker
Chris Muashekele Master of Computer Science Technology appropriation through co-design of conservation management tools by indigenous communities Professor Heike Winschiers Mr. Gereon Koch Kapuire
Elise Nghalipo Doctorate of Natural Resource Management Plant influences on soil biogeochemistry, taxonomic and functional diversity of soil microbial communities in a hyper-arid desert Dr. Rolf Becker Professor Heather Throop
Frieda Shikongo Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours Assessment of biodiversity monitoring tools in the Iona-Skeleton Coast Transfrontier Conservation Area and surrounding conservancies: North-west Namibia and South Angola Dr. Meed Mbidzo N/A
Gail Morland Doctorate of Natural Resource Management The biology, morphology and ecology of the Mopane worm Imbrasia belina (Westwood) (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) in the Kaokoveld, North-west Namibia Dr. Vera De Cauwer Dr. Barbara van Asch
Nekulilo Uunona Master of Natural Resource Management Insect diversity, richness, composition and abundance of the Skeleton Coast National Park (SCNP) Namibia Dr. Rolf Becker Gail Morland
Paul Berry Master of Natural Resource Management Investigating the use of camera traps and computer vision for wildlife monitoring in the Iona Skeleton Coast Transfrontier Conservation Area Dr. Morgan Hauptfleisch Dr. Nichola Knox
Rironderuapi Kavari Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours Analysing human wildlife conflict (HWC) trends in the North-west Namibia communal conservancies from 2005 to 2016 Dr. Meed Mbidzo N/A
Sebastian Mukumbira Doctorate of Computer Science Participatory GIS With the Ovahimba To Support Joint Ecosystem Management Professor Heike Winschiers Dr. Vera De Cauwer
Uarorisiua Kasaona Bachelor of Agriculture Honours Analysis of factors that influence the adoption of rangeland management techniques by Ovahimba communal farmers in Kunene Region, Case study of Otjijarua Village Mr. Richard Kamukuenjandje N/A
Vimbai Mafura Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours Assessment of plant litter distribution relative to vegetation cover in the southern part of the Skeleton Coast National Park Dr. Rolf Becker Professor Heather Throop
Richard Kamukuenjandje Doctor of Natural Resource Sciences Interventions aimed at re-establishing rangeland management and repairing erosion channels in Iona-Skeleton Coast National Park Transfrontier Conservation Area Dr. Hugh Pringle Dr. Meed Mbidzo
Telmo Antonio Master of Natural Resource Management Determining the impact of livestock grazing on the Welwitschia population and grass vegetation near water points in Iona National Park Dr. Vera De Cauwer Dr. Rasmus Revermann
Milciades Chicomo Master of Natural Resource Management Abundance and habitat use by ungulates (Oryx, Hartmann's mountain Zebra) using camara trapping, noninvasive genetics collected at waterholes and by local communities, aerial surveys and direct counts Dr. Morgan Hauptfleisch Dr. Pedro Monterrososo
Veikko Kores Shigwedha Master of Agribusiness Management The economic impact of communal conservancies on the livelihoods of community members in conservancy areas Dr. Thinah Moyo Dr. Meed Mbidzo
Jackson Hamutenya Master of Natural Resources Management A feasibility study for the introduction of giraffe into Iona National Park, Angola Dr. Morgan Hauptfleisch Dr. Julian Fennessy
Jessica Upani Master of Computer Science A deep learning approach to analyze the movement and population dynamics of wild animals in the SCIONA region Dr. Edmore Chikohora N/A
Toini Amutenya Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours Understanding local communities perceptions and attitudes towards human-wildlife conflict in north-western conservancies of Namibia Dr. Meed Mbidzo N/A
Esther Nambahu Bachelor of Natural Resource Management Honours Human Wildlife Self-Reliance Scheme as a strategy for mitigating human wildlife conflict in Marienfluss and Orupembe conservancies Dr. Meed Mbidzo N/A
Silver Hevita Master of Naturel Resource Management Understanding the drivers of tolerance towards selected carnivore species in Kunene region Dr. Meed Mbdizo N/A