Dos Santos Silayo
Dos Santos Silayo
Associate Professor in Forest Engineering and CEO, Tanzania Forest
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Allometric models for estimating tree volume and aboveground biomass in lowland forests of Tanzania
WA Mugasha, EE Mwakalukwa, E Luoga, RE Malimbwi, E Zahabu, ...
International Journal of Forestry Research 2016, 2016
The Kilosa district REDD+ pilot project, Tanzania. A socio-economic baseline study
GC Kajembe, DA Silayo, B Adam, S Mwakalobo, K Mutabazi
International Institute for Environment and Development, London, 2013
Working conditions and productivity under private and public logging companies in Tanzania
DSA Silayo, SS Kiparu, EW Mauya, DTK Shemwetta
Croatian Journal of Forest Engineering: Journal for Theory and Application …, 2010
Modelling the impact of climate change on Tanzanian forests
E John, P Bunting, A Hardy, O Roberts, R Giliba, DS Silayo
Diversity and Distributions 26 (12), 1663-1686, 2020
Productivity and costs modeling for tree harvesting operations using chainsaws in plantation forests, Tanzania
DSA Silayo, GA Migunga
REDD and sustainable development–perspective from Tanzania
ABS Mwakalobo, GC Kajembe, DS Silayo, E Nzunda, E Zahabu, ...
International Institute for Environment and Development (UK), 2011
Summary Report of Forest Inventory for the Eleven Districts of Eastern and Southern Tanzania
RE Malimbwi, DTK Shemwetta, E Zahabu, SP Kingazi, JZ Katani, ...
Forestry and Beekeeping Division, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 2005
The adaptation of REDD+ initiatives in forest management regimes in two pilot projects of Kondoa and Kilosa Districts, Tanzania
GC Kajembe, DSA Silayo, A Vatn
Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Ås, 2015
The Kilosa district REDD+ pilot project, Tanzania
GC Kajembe, DSA Silayo, ABS Mwakalobo, K Mutabasi
A socioeconomic baseline study IIED, 2013
Strategic power and power struggles in the national REDD+ governance process in Tanzania: any effect on its legitimacy?
KFK Manyika, GC Kajembe, DA Silayo, A Vatn
Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation, 2013
The physical workload of employees in logging and forest industries
DTK Shemwetta, REL Ole-Meiludie, D Silayo
WOODFORAFRICA 2002., 178-185, 2002
A Forest Monitoring System for Tanzania
E John, P Bunting, A Hardy, DS Silayo, E Masunga
Remote Sensing 13 (16), 3081, 2021
Variation in aboveground biomass in forests and woodlands in Tanzania along gradients in environmental conditions and human use
D Requena Suarez, DMA Rozendaal, V De Sy, DA Gibbs, NL Harris, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (4), 044014, 2021
Forest plantation for biofuels to serve natural forest resources
DA Silayo, JZ Katani, SMS Maliondo, MCT Tarimo
Research and development for sustainable management of semiarid Miombo …, 2008
REDD++ piloting process in the Zanzibar Islands, Tanzania: The assessment of the community's perceptions and attitudes
HE Sutta, DA Silayo
Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management 7 (5), 548–560-548–560, 2014
REDD realities: lessons learned from REDD+ pilot projects in Kondoa and Rugwe districts, Tanzania
GC Kajembe, DA Silayo, MM Kitula, N Lyatura, KJ Mutabaz, F Massawe, ...
CCIAM, 2012
The cost of managing forest carbon under REDD+ initiatives: a case of Kolo hills forests in Kondoa District, Dodoma, Tanzania
K John, DSA Silayo, A Vatn
International Journal of Forestry Research 2014, 2014
Socio-economic conditions in REDD+ pilot areas A synthesis of five baseline surveys
S Movik, G Birikorang, A Enright, G Kajembe, L Lima, S Marostica, ...
International Institute for Environment and Development, 2012
REDD+ piloting in Tanzania: The village as an arena for defining and defending local and national interests
GC Kajembe, DA Silayo, FM Mombo, JM Abdallah, SMS Maliondo
Tanzania Journal of Forestry and Nature Conservation 86 (1), 2016
Forest inventory for mvomero district, Morogoro-Tanzania
RE Malimbwi, DTK Shemweta, E Zahabu, SP Kingazi, JZ Katani, ...
FORCONSULT Unpublished Report, 2005
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