Paul Mboya Tuda

Dr. Paul Mboya Tuda

Postdoctoral Researcher

Phone: +49 421 23800 - 136

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Office: Fahrenheitstr. 8
28359 Bremen
Room: 3015 (ground floor)

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Peer Reviewed Journals

Tuda, P.M., Wolff, M. (2018). Comparing an ecosystem approach to single-species stock assessment: The case of Gazi Bay, Kenya. Journal of Marine Systems. 184:1-14; 2018. doi:org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2018.04.004

Tuda, P.M., Wolff, M., Breckwoldt, A. (2016). Size structure and gear selectivity of target species in the multispecies multigear fishery of the Kenyan South Coast. Ocean & Coastal Management. 130:95-106. doi:org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.06.001

Wanyonyi, I.N., Wamukota, A., Tuda, P.M., Mwakha, V.A., Nguti, L.M. (2016). Migrant fishers of Pemba: Drivers, impacts and mediating factors. Marine Policy. 71:242-255. doi:org/10.1016/j.marpol.2016.06.009

Tuda, P.M., Wolff, M. (2015). Evolving trends in the Kenyan artisanal reef fishery and its implications for fisheries management. Ocean & Coastal Management. 104:36-44. doi:org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2014.11.016



Ph.D. Tuda, P.M. (2018). Assessing the state and impacts of the artisanal reef fisheries and their management implications in Kenyan South Coast. Bremen University, Bremen, Germany.

M.Sc. Tuda, P.M (2011). Temporal and spatial patterns in the abundance, feeding and reproduction of Lile stolifera in the intertidal mangrove creeks of Bahia Malaga, Pacific Colombia.Bremen University, Bremen, Germany.

B.Sc. Tuda, P.M. (2007). Options for a gear based management for the Diani-Chale artisanal fisheries, Kenyan South Coast. Egerton University, Njoro, Kenya.