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Journal of Building and Land Development

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Papers are accepted in all fields of human settlements development and environmental management including: Architecture and Urban Design, Building Construction, Economics and Management, Housing, Environmental Management and Protection, Local Government, Poverty and Community Action, Land Use Planning, , Urban Development and Management, Settlements Planning and Upgrading, Infrastructure Provision, Land Measurement and Geomatics, Property Valuation and Taxation, Resource Management, Training, Curriculum Development and Research. Papers broadly corresponding to the themes and disciplines shown above are therefore welcomed. Viewpoints, Research Notes, Conference Reports, Book Reviews and forthcoming events are also welcomed. Advertising is acceptable subject to the approval of the Editorial Board.

Vol 18, No 1-2 (2015)

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Articles

Community initiatives in managing informal land development and environment in Mwanza City, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M Burra 1-19
Publication productivity and web visibility of environmental science scholars at Ardhi University: a bibliometric analysis EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.R. Lukwale, A.S. Sife 20-32
Climate change vulnerability assessments and community adaptation strategies in dry and coastal areas of Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R.S. Shemdoe 33-43
The impact of individual plot developers to city form: a case of Kimara Informal Settlement in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F Bahendwa 44-60
Institutional and social aspects of petty trading spatialisation processes: the case of Temeke Stereo Marketplace in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D.A. Mbisso 61-74
Consolidating strategic urban planning practices: a case of solid waste management that benefits the poor in Dar es Salaam EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.E. Kasala 75-86
Does size matter? Displacement processes applied in urban development projects in Dar es Salaam City EMAIL FULL TEXT
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D Magembe-Mushi, J.M. Lupala 87-106
Solid waste management in Dar es Salaam City: understanding roles, levels and collaboration among stakeholders EMAIL FULL TEXT
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N.M. Ngware 107-124
Assessment of spatial accessibility to health care facilities in Tanzania: a case of Wanging’ombe District in Njombe Region EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F Mahuve, E Liwa, J Chaula 125-137
Evaluation of the influence of climate variability on forest ecosystem: a remote sensing approach, Lake Manyara Catchment, north Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Dorothea Deus 138-148
Emergence and physical actualities of mixed socio-economic status Informal settlements in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania EMAIL FULL TEXT
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S.L. Kalugila 149-154


ISSN: 0856-0501
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