Mr. Fred Micheal Kalanzi

Fred Micheal Kalanzi

 
Name:  Mr. Fred Micheal Kalanzi
Job Title:  Research Officer

Qualifications:  Sc. (Tropical Forestry and Management), BSc. (Forestry).
Expertise:  Socio-ecological system analysis, wood and non-wood forest products utilization, value chain analysis and development, participatory action research.
Research Interests  Wood and non-wood forest products; bamboo propagation and utilization; value chains, agroforestry, climate change impacts, adaptation and mitigation; socio-ecological system analysis.

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Selected Publications:

 1.    Kalanzi, F., Nansereko, N., Buyinza, J., Kiwuso, P., Turinayo, Y., Mwanja, C., Niyibizi, G., Ongerep, S., Sekatuba, J., Mujuni, D. (2015). Socio-economic analysis of beekeeping enterprise in communities adjacent to Kalinzu forest, Western Uganda. International Journal of Research on Land-use Sustainability 2: 81-90.


2.    Turinayo, Y.K., Kalanzi, F., Mudoma, J.M., Kiwuso, P., Asiimwe, G.M., Esegu, J.F.O., Balitta, P. and Mwanja, C. (2015). Physicochemical Characterization of Jatropha curcas Linn Oil for Bodiesel Production in Nebbi and Mokono Districts in Uganda. Journal of sustainable bioenergy systems 5: 104 - 113.


3.    Kalanzi, F., Nansereko, S., Okullo, P., Gwalli, S., Kiyingi, I., & Guuroh, R. T. (2014). Growth performance of 5-year old Pinus caribaea var. hondurensis (Barr. and Golf.) in selected districts of Uganda. Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 15(2), 127-135.


4.    Mujuni, B.D., Kalanzi, F. and Gisuje, M.M. (2015). Bamboo handbook. Lambert Academic Publishing. ISBN: 978-3-659-40290-6.


5.    Buyinza, J., Agaba, H., Ongodia, G., Eryau, K., Sekatuba, J., Kalanzi, F., Kwaga, P., Mudondo, S. and Nansereko, S. (2015). ‘On-farm conservation and use values of indigenous tree species in Uganda.’ Research Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences, 3 (3): 19 – 25.


6.    Kalanzi, F. and Nansereko, S. (2014). ‘Exploration of farmers’ tree species selection for coffee agroforestry in Bukomansimbi district of Uganda.’ International Journal of Research on Land-use sustainability, 1: 9-17.


7.    Kalanzi, F. (2011). Farmer’s evaluation of agroforestry tree species in Robusta Coffee (Coffea canephora PIERRE ex FROEHNER) cultivation systems in Bukomansimbi District, Uganda. M.Sc. Thesis, Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products. Technische Universität Dresden, Germany.

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