HENRY JOSEPH NDANGALASI
Senior Lecturer , College Of Natural And Applied Sciences
Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations: Iyunga Secondary School, Mbeya; Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examinations: the then Mkwawa Secondary School, Iringa; Diploma of Education in Science Subjects: Dar es Salaam College of
Evolutionary Botany, Soils, Ethnobotany, Conservation of Plant diversity, African Terrestrial Biomes, Biodiversity in Inhabited Areas Plant Ecology and Environmental Impact Assessment Studies (Vegetation Component), Multivariate Data Analysis.
Regeneration studies especially of indigenous species and rehabilitation of degraded environments, Non- Timber Forest Products, Phenology in Tropical Plants, Studies,
Assessment of population structure of two endangered tree species in Forest fragments in the East Usambara Mountains
Assessment of Regeneration potential in Forest gaps in selected forests in West Usambara
Survivorship of seedlings in fire prone areas in Magamba Nature Forest Reserve, West Usambara
Imani Abinery Kikoti, the late Cosmas Mligo & Henry Joseph Ndangalasi (2022) Assessment of plant species composition and natural regeneration in abandoned settlements in the lower montane forest of Kilimanjaro National Park, Tanzania, Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science, 84:1, 60-69, DOI: 10.2989/20702620.2021.2019563
Paul T. Lyam;Joaquín Duque-Lazo; Frank Hauenschild; Jan Schnitzler; Alexandra N. Muellner-Riehl; Michelle Greve; Henry Ndangalasi; Annerine Myburgh; Walter Durka. 2022.Climate change will disproportionally affect the most genetically diverse lineages of a widespread African tree species. Scientific Reports: DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-11182-z
Chacha W, Mligo C and Ndangalasi HJ. 2021 The avifauna of Ihang’ana and Idewa ‘Forest islands’ in the Udzungwa plateau, Tanzania. Scopus 41(2): 23–31.
Henry J. Ndangalasi, Cristina Martínez-Garza, Tesakiah C.A. Harjo, Clayton A. Pedigo, Rebecca J. Wilson , Norbert J. Cordeiro, 2021 Seedling recruitment under isolated trees in a tea plantation provides a template for forest restoration in eastern Africa. PLOS ONE 16(5): e0250859. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone. 0250859.