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The African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries (Afr. J. Trop. Hydrobiol. Fish.) provides a medium for the publication of original and well supported ideas and findings on techniques, methodology and research findings from aquatic scientists, fishery economists and sociologists.

CALL FOR PAPERS – for the ‘African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries’: The African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries is now to be published electronically on the LVFO Website and the last issue- volume 12 can be downloaded from journal page through the link at the site - http:/www.lvfo.org.

In order to revive the Journal and have regular publications the publisher is counting on authores to submit their research as soon as possible. Please pass this information to other colleagues in your institution or in other relevant institutions. The new ‘Instructions to Authors’ can also be downloaded from the journal webpage at LVFO Website.

Potentional peer-reviewers and editorial board members are also encouraged to write to the journal editor expressing their interest.

Contact Dr Oliva C. Mkumbo: ocmkumbo@lvfo.org


Vol 16, No 1 (2018)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Fish Breeding Areas as a Management Tool for Fisheries Resources in Lake Victoria, East Africa EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Winnie Nkalubo, John Balirwa, Samuel Bassa, Elias Muhumuza, Monic Nsega, Richard Mangeni 1-9
Changes in the Diet of Synodontis victoriae and Synodontis afrofischeri in Lake Victoria, Tanzanian waters. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mboni V. Elison, Enock Mlaponi, Magreth J. Musiba, Geoffery W. Ngupula, Benedicto B. Kashindye, Robert J. Kayanda 10-15
Effectiveness of Surfaces used for Sun-drying Rastrineobola argentea along Lake Victoria shoreline, Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Eugene Egesa, Margaret Masette, Gladys Bwanika, Fredrick Muyodi, Peter Akoll 16-23
DNA Evidence for a Population Bottleneck in Lake Victoria Nile perch EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Dorcas Lusweti, Joel W. Ochieng, Joyce G. Maina, Peter Kinyanjui 24-32
Water Quality and Fish Diversity in Lake Kijanebalola, a Forgotten Satellite Lake in the Lake Victoria Basin EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Fredrick J. Muyodi, Caroline M. Nakafeero, Virginia Namagala 33-38
Source Attribution of Salmonella and Escherichia coli Contaminating Lake Victoria fish in Kenya EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Anthony Wawire Sifuna, David Miruka Onyango 39-47
Commercialisation of Alternative Livestock Feeds Could Save Fish Stocks in Lake Victoria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Siya Aggrey, Donald R. Kugonza, Vincent Muwanika 48-50
The Socio-economics and Alternative Livelihood Options of Fishers of Lake Victoria, Uganda. EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Stella Mbabazi, K. Odongkara, F. Muyodi, F.W. Bugenyi 51-55
Aquaculture production and its contribution to development in the Rwenzori region Uganda EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Ronald Lulijwa, David Mununuzi, Robert Mwesigwa, Robert Kajobe 56-62
Strategies to improve trade in Dagaa (Rastrineobola argentea) from Lake Victoria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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K Odongkara, E Yongo, F Mhagama, P Onyango, S Chimatiro, R Tumwebaze, J Akumu, B Mbilingi, R Okura, A Nasuuna, H Ochaya, M Owili, E Bwana, M Onganda 63-71
The socio-economic implications of illegal fishing practices in Lake Victoria: A case study of three Villages in Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Fenant. L. Mhagama, Magreth. J. Musiba, Mwanahamis. A. Salehe, Joseph Luomba, Elizabeth Mlahagwa, Charles Mashafi, Benedicto .B. Kashindye, Hilary .D. Mrosso 72-77


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