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Collection Summary:

Correspondence, notes and documents collected by David Wiley, Anne Ferguson and Bill Derman while working on the African Studies Center's Program on the Lakes of East Africa (PLEA).

Historical Background:

In 1990, the Program on the Lakes of East Africa (PLEA) began as a research and a development project under the MSU ASC. Funded by the MacArthur Foundation, the project was designed to facilitate research, training, and service collaboration with the fisheries of Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda. This collaboration has used anthropological and sociological approaches to study of the lakeside peoples of the countries owning the fisheries of Lakes Victoria and Malawi. Special emphasis is given to fisheries management and development, gender issues in development, the socioeconomic impact of introducing new fish species, the relations of production tied to these lakes, and the impacts of the global fish markets on these African fisheries. PLEA has operated in collaboration with the Kenyan Marine Fisheries Research Institute (Kisumu), the Malawi Fisheries Research Institute, the Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute (Mwanza), and the Fisheries Research Institute of Uganda (Jinja).

Processing Note:

Processed by Joe Lauer in 2011, additional processing done by London Wilson and Leslie Behm, Summer 2012.


Box Folder Description
    PLEA (General)
1 1 PLEA Description –
    Program on the Lakes of East Africa – 1991 drafts with 6 or 7 projects; letterhead    versions with 5  or 6 projects.
    The Project on the Lakes of East Africa: Research Aims for Lake Victoria – undated drafts
1 2 1988 correspondence – including Wiley to William E. Cooper (April 14); DW to George    Axinn et al. (May 24); Some First Thoughts on a Social Science Study of “Fragile Lakes, Fragile Lands...”
1 3 Wiley Oct. 13, 1988 request for funding for proposed project: Fragile lakes, Fragile lands: Wiley Oct. 13, 1988 request for funding for proposed project: Fragile lakes, Fragile lands:  sustainable human uses and management of the Great Lakes of the East African Rift.
1 4 1989 general correspondence
1 5 Tanzania, including Marion Pratt to Ferguson (20 Dec. 1989) with proposal (Women, Tanzania, including Marion Pratt to Ferguson (20 Dec. 1989) with proposal (Women,    fish, and ecological change in the West Lake region of Tanzania) and vita.
1 6 Zimbabwe: Wiley letters; programs
1 7 1989 correspondence to/from MacArthur Foundation
1 8 MSU internal correspondence re MacArthur proposal; incl. Derman & Ferguson on Lake MSU internal correspondence re MacArthur proposal; incl. Derman & Ferguson on Lake Malawi  research; John Hinnant on Ethiopoa.
1 9 MacArthur Proposal drafts, 1989
1 10 MacArthur proposal budgeting notes, 1989
1 11 Fragile lakes, fragile lands: a collaborative research project on the transnational lakes of  East Africa and Latin America: a proposal to the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation program on collaborative research grants in peace and international cooperation. [1989]
1 12 Wiley field (trip to East Africa) notes, Nov-Dec. 1989
1 13 1989 press coverage
1 14 Lakes Meeting notes (Wiley), 1989-1991
1 15 1990 correspondence
1 16 A. W. Kudhongania to Wiley (May 3, 1990); with: Uganda Freshwater Fisheries Research Organization: Background information for rehabilitation of UFFRO; Wiley to Kudhongania (Sept., 1990)
1 17 Mkandawire correspondence, November-December 1990
1 18 MacArthur Foundation 1990 correspondence
1 19 1991 correspondence – incl. to/from Wiley, Harris, Doug Wilson, Derman & Ferguson
1 20 Getachew Teferra (Nov. 5, 1991); project proposal for Ethiopian Rift Valley lakes; Colijn vita
1 21 MacArthur Foundation 1991 correspondence
1 22 Douglas Wilson funding proposals to SSRC & MUCIA, 12/91-1/92
1 23 Planning meeting, 1991-1992
1 24 1992 correspondence – incl. Marion Pratt to Ferguson & Derman (12 Feb.)
1 25 MacArthur Foundation 1992 correspondence
1 26 PLEA 1992 memos, incl. Protocols of Cooperation
1 27 1993 correspondence
1 28 MacArthur Foundation 1993 correspondence
1 29 1993-1994 Correspondence: The Symposium and Conference on Africa’s Fragile Lakes;    includes AAAS Symposium (Feb. 23, 1994) and Working Conference at MSU (Feb. 25-27, 1994)
1 30 AAAS Travel
1 31 AAAS 1994 notes
1 32 Notes from Lakes Workshop at Michigan State University. February-March, 1994.
1 33 1994 correspondence: Wiley to Wilson
1 34 Biology Team reports and proposals from 1988 and 1989
    Proposals from Andrew Cohen and Lake Tanganyika (1984)
    J. Jean Stout and Lake Victoria (1988); includes the ICIPE report on the Rift Valley Lakes Exploration workshop, November-December 1987 and the diving schedule
1 35 Kenya – including Wiley 1988 notes, correspondence, remote sensing publications.
1 36 Polyculture and the use of indigenous fishes to control the human disease Bilharzias (Schistosomiasis). Project proposal (?1988) from University of Maryland, Appalachian Environmental Laboratory.  PIs: Kenneth R. McKaye , Joseph M. Gopo, & Cecil Machena.
1 37 Kenneth McKaye visit to MSU on May 19, 1989
1 38 African Ministers Conference on the Environment
    First draft proposed agendas for the June 1989 meeting of the Committee on lakes and rivers of the African Ministers Conference on the Environment
    Correspondence from Amy Wilson to Dave Wilson
    Correspondence from David Wiley to Victoria Chitepo
    Correspondence from David Wiley to Dr. Marshall Murphree
1 39 Derman request (Aug. 10) for additional funds for Fulbright project: Humans, Cattle and Wildlife in the Zimbabwean Portion of the Zambezi River Basin.
1 40 AAA Session (Fall 1989) on sociocultural aspects of small-scale fisheries in developing nations, organized by John Poggie Jr & Richard B. Pollnac.  Notes by Ferguson
1 41 Bujumbura conference from October1989; includes notes from David Wiley & comments of M. Brichar, aquarium fish trader in Bujumbura (Nov. 28, 1989)
1 42 USAID presentations (Nov. 1989) by William R. Furtick; notes & Patrick Fleuret 1987 article.
1 43 Fricke, Peter. Memorandum for: Members of the Fishery Social Science Network. –  notes on activities of the National Marine Fisheries Service, meetings and relevant    publications.  31p.
1 44 World Fisheries Congress, 1992; and other environmental meetings or special issues.
1 45 Derman research proposal (1993?): Water and Natural Resource Management in the Mid-Zambezi River Basin; with comments by Tim.
1 46 Couite, R. R. The distribution of artisanal fishing craft in Lakes Malawi and Malombe. Presentation at Social Aspects of Rural Development in Malawi Conference. Malawi: University of Malawi, 1978. 8p.
1 46 Demersal fishery re-assessment – Lake Malawi (Project Data Sheet)
  48 Fisheries development strategy study: final report and sectoral papers. Republic of Malawi: Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources. Hindenburgring 18, Germany: GOPA-Consultants, October 1987.
1 49 Lake Malawi lakeshore physical development plan (Kakhobwe)
    1988 – 1989
1 50 Malawi correspondence from David Wiley.
Box Folder Description
2 1 Lake Malawi Geology. Project PROBE. Duke University, Marine Lab.
2 2 Walker, J and Overseas Development Natural Resources Institute. Malawi fisheries socio-economics. 22 p. + notes of Malawi report.
2 3 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Preliminary observations on fish and fishing in Malawi. Trip report. Draft and Final. Dates of travel: March 4 – 23, 1989. May 5, 1989.  21p.
    Derman, Bill. Lake Malawi proposals.
    Lake Malawi research
    Mehretu, Assefa Fragile lakes of East Africa: distance decay patterns in the utilization of lake-based activities and amenities (May)
      Hinnant John. Lake Tana: three year projected research
2 4 Ferguson, Anne E., Ann V. Millard, and Stanley W. Khaila. Crop improvement programs Ferguson, Anne E., Ann V. Millard, and Stanley W. Khaila. Crop improvement programs and nutrition in Malawi: exploring the links. Paper presented at the session on Nutrition and agriculture: exploring the links, organized by Anne E. Ferguson, Ann V. Millard, and Margaret  Graham at the American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November 15-19, 1989.
2 5 Millard, Ann, Anne Ferguson and S.W. Khaila. Agricultural development and malnutrition in  developing countries: a causal model of child mortality (draft from March 19, 1989). 21p.
2 6 Handwritten field notes on Lake Malawi 989
2 7 Mkandawire, Richard, William Derman, and Anne Ferguson. Research proposals to Rockfeller and MacArthur: A pilot survey of fishing camps and villages on Lake Malawi.
2 8 Lake Malawi clearance, Sept. 1989
2 9 National Geographic Society Proposal. Lake Malawi. November 7, 1989 (and 1990): Fishing  peoples of Lake Malawi.
2 10 Likoma-Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project.
    Project description for Likoma-Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project. Period of funding 1990 to 1993
    Overseas Development Administration (Government of the Republic of Malawi). Report on Likoma-Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project. April 1991. 17p.
    Likoma-Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project, Malawi. Final report. April 1993. 66p. M. R. Jennings, Project manager.
    Maps of Chizumulu Island, Chinyanya Beach, Yofu Beach, Mbamba Beach, and Mdyaka  and Sanga
    Notes on Likoma-Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project.  March 1991.
    Includes notes on Chia Village, Chizumulu Island, Likoma Island, Mdyaka, and Sanga Beach/Mankhambira Village,
2 11 Budget, SADCC fisheries proposal: A pilot survey of fishing camps and villages on Lake Malawi
2 12 Chirwa, Wiseman. Notes from MSU Lecture that took place in October
2 13 Chirwa, Wiseman. Notes from October 25 and correspondence from Anne Ferguson
2 14 Codebooks (Lake Malawi). Includes: Fishing crew/worker (based on the December 1990 questionnaire); Boat/canoe owners’ codebook; List of trees used for making canoes/boats;  Women, fishing, fish processing, and trading lakes project (July- September, 1991); and Patrick Kambewa correspondence 1992.
2 15 Dobson, Tracy. Lake Malawi Research Support Application, July 1990
2 16 Dobson, Tracy. Lake Malawi trip report – August – September 1990
2 17 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Lake Malawi trip report and field notes, Feb. – April 1990
2 18 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Lake Malawi field notes from August 20 – 31, 1990.
2 19 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Lake Malawi trip report from August 25 – September 15, 1990
2 20 Ferguson, Anne, Bill Derman, and Richard Mkandawire.  Whose commons? Fisherman, developmentalists, and conservationists on Lake Malawi. Paper prepared for the First    International Association for the Study of Common Property: “Designing Sustainability on the  Commons.” Report to MacArthur Foundation (January 24, 1991). Duke University. September  27-30, 1990.  Draft, walking, and first revisions.
2 21 ICLARM/GTZ, Malawi Fisheries Department and University of Malawi International Conference
2 22 Lake Malawi correspondence, 1990 – incl. memos, report on accident (5 June), proposals, etc.
2 23 Lake Malawi fish list surveys, 1990 – 1991
2 24 Lake Malawi project (includes trip reports, plans, questionnaires, and notes – Summer 1990
2 25 Lake Malawi research strategy and questionnaires – July – September 1990
2 26 Lake Malawi research methodology – December 1990
2 27 Lake Malawi vehicle 1990
2 28 Wilson, John. Fisheries as a source of income for women. Section 2.2.3 in Women and fish processing. 1990. pp. 21 – 25.
2 29 Conservation of biological diversity in Lake Malawi.  GEF (Global Environment Facility) project: initial executive project summary, 1991.
2 30 Derman & Ferguson. Lake Malawi field notes and trip report from March 1-21, 1991.
2 31 Ferguson & Derman. Mismanaging the commons: Development strategies and the future of Lake Malawi. Paper prepared for the 1991 Canadian Association for African    Studies Annual  Meeting. York University, Toronto, Canada: May 16 – 18, 1991. 16p.
2 32 Lake Malawi budget from May 21
2 33 Lake Malawi correspondence (Kadzamira, et al)
2 34 Lake Malawi progress report for National Research Council of Malawi from May 28
2 35 Lake Malawi research strategy from July – September 1991
2 36 Nyirenda, Z.B. Fish farming returns 1990. October 25, 1991. 2p.
2 37 World Bank. Memorandum and recommendation of the president of the International Development Association to the Executive Directors on a proposed credit of SDR 6.2    million to the Government of Malawi for a fisheries development project. Govt. of Malawi for a fisheries Feb. 25, 1991.  Report no. P-5409-MAI.
2 38 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Lake Malawi trip report and field notes. February 16 –  Marcy 11, 1992.
2 39 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Lake Malawi trip report and field notes. Oct. 13-30, 1992
2 40 Ferguson, Anne, Bill Derman, and Richard M. Mkandawire. The new development rhetoric and Lake Malawi: another fish story? Article accepted for publication in Africa,    August 6, 1992. 37p. With comments. Published in Africa 63 (1), 1993. 18p.
2 41 Imprest Malawi, 1992.
    Imprest fund, 1992.
    Imprest Fund for Lake Malawi research and faxes, 1991
2 42 Lake Malawi budget
2 43 Lake Malawi correspondence (Mkandawire, et al)
2 44 Lake Malawi fish lists
    LAKE MALAWI (cont.)
Box Folder Description
3 1 Alimoso, Steve B. Recent research and new management strategies for the fisheries of Lakes  Malawi and Malombe.  ca. 1993. 6p.
3 2 Coulter, G.W. Fisheries. Biology and limnology in Lake Malawi (Possible regional project/Report  to ODA from June 1993.
3 3 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Human rights, environment, and development: the  dispossession of fishing communities on Lake Malawi. Draft. Paper prepared for the    session  Human Rights and the Environment at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology.  San Antonio, Texas: March 10 – 14, 1993. 22p.
3 4 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Lake Malawi trip report from July 13-21, 1993    (Compiled on September 1, 1993).
3 5 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. The political ecology of a fisheries’ collapse: the case of Lake Malcombe, Malawi. Paper presented for the African Studies Association Annual    Meetings. Boston, Massachusetts: December 4 – 7, 1993.
3 6 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. The science and politics of crisis: a re-analysis of the collapse of a fishery in Malawi. Paper prepared for the American Fisheries' Society Annual Meeting. Portland, Oregon: August 1993. 27p.
3 7 Lake Malawi fisheries management plan (FAO) 1993
3 8 Bua Notes (Bua river project)
3 9 Munthali, Simon M. Protected areas and people: sustaining Lake Malawi’s ecology. ca. 1992 32.
3 10 Nkhotakota proposal from 1994 and letter from Bill Derman to Wiseman Chirwa.
3 11 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Diversity, differentiation, and development of Lake Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Diversity, differentiation, and development of Lake    Malawi. Paper presented at the session “The Cultural Contexts of Diversity: A Critical Appraisal.” 94th  Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C.: November 15 –19, 1995. 22p.
3 12 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. The politics of knowledge in development: interfaces among  development practitioners, scientists, fishers, and farmers in southern Africa. Draft. October 26, 1995. 59p.
3 13 Ferguson, Anne and Bill Derman. Structure and contingency: an assessment of fisheries    research and management in Malawi. Paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meetings from March 27-30, 1996. Draft. 12p.
3 14 Haraldsdottir, Gudrun (student papers).
    “Communities participation” in inland fisheries management in sub-Saharan Africa: lesson from Malawi. 26p.
    “She found it difficult to operate in the world of men.” Women and economics in Malawi  (Nyasaland) 1930-1950. 15p.
    Gender/development/environment (annotated bibliography).
3 15 O.D.A. Project. Social and economic studies around Lake Malombe and the Upper Shire
3 16 Derman, William and Anne Ferguson. Lake Malawi Research. 5p.
3 17 Fish Project (Malawi) summary of expenditures; reports; notes.
3 18 Lake Malawi equipment (MEAP)
3 19 Lake Malawi Livingstonia Beach Hotel (owner’s questionnaire)
3 20 Lake Malawi tourist brochures
3 21 Michigan State University Students. ASC student report notes
3 22 Taxonomy of Lake Malawi fish
3 23 Communications & instructions
3 24 Willie C. Chimombo. A supervisory report on Lake Malawi Ressearch Project. July-Sept. 1990. 7p. + annexes. Submitted to Mkandawire, Ferguson & Derman
3 25 Maps of Malawi fishing areas; including Chimphamba (Msaka); Mdyaka and Sanga; Mbamba Beach; Yofu Beach; Chinyanya Beach, Likoma Island; Chizumulu Island
    REPORTS (arranged by location; final report, followed by original reports)
    Chia Lagoon -
3 26 R.B. Chakwana & S.S.R. Namagonya. Chia Lagoon Village of Mtanga II), Central Region. 1992. 20 p.
3 27 Chia Lagoon: the beach and the village. 41p.
    Chigolo –
3 28 S.M. Nyirenda & M.T. Chigowo.  Chigolo fishing camp, Central Region. 1992. 54p.
3 29 Socio-economic characteristics of Chigolo fishing community in Salima. 104 p.; Chigolo fishing  camp: an overview. 3p; Brief profile of Mr. G. Botha. 3p.; Women involvement in fishing related occupations. 37p; Brief profile of Mr Morton Mkandawire.
3 30 Exercise books (2): Solomon Nyirenda & Chigowo, M. T. Socioeconomic study of fishing communities along Lake Malawi: Chigolo-Salima.
    Chilambula –
3 31 R.B. Chakwana & S.M.C. Chimwaza. Chilambula village, Southern Region. 1992. 42p.
3 32 Introductory summary for Chilambula fishing village (Salima, Malawi). 3p; Report on socio-economic characteristics of fishermen along the lakeshore: Case sudy of Chilambula fishing village (Salima District). 84+p; Women, fishing, fish processing and fish trading at Chilambula fishing village (Salima). 31p.
3 33 D. Nangoma & S. Nyirenda. Chilimba (Malembo) fishing village, Southern Region. 1992.  16 p.
3 34 Malembo fishing village. 38p.  Also includes: Malambo boat and canoe owner questionnaire/Malambo fishing crew questionnaire
    Boat & Canoe owner
    Fishing crew/workers questionnaire
3 35 Chimphamba (copy 1)
3 36 Chimphamba (copy  2)
3 37 S.S.R. Namagonya & N. Zamadenga. Nsaka fishimg camp, Chimphamba village (Mangochi) Southern Region. 1992. 29p.
3 38 Chimphamba (Msaka) development history of the beach. 23p.; Crew worker results. 7p; Boat/canoe owner questionnaire comments. 7p.; Fisherman profiles; maps.
    Chizumulu –
3 39 D.D. Samikwa & M.G.G. Chagunda. Chizumulu Island, Northern Region. 1991. 31p.
3 40 Chagwanda & Samikwa. Chizumulu Island, Northern Region. 1991. 42p
3 41 Likoma/Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project: socio economic survey. 52p.
    Kadango –
3 42 Kadango: the beach and the village. 37p.
    Boat and canoe owner questionnaire: data analysis
    Crew and worker: data analysis
    Kambwe area, Karonga –
3 43 M.M.G. Chagunda & B.B. Sibale. Kambwe Area, Karonga, Northern Region. 1992. 53p.
3 44 Socio-economic activities of fishermen in Kambwe Area, Karonga. Aug. 1991. 89p; Women participation in fish-related jobs. Sept. 1991. 20p.
3 45 Mizeck Gift Chagunda. Socioeconomic survey of fishing communities along the Lake Malawi  (Karonga) exercise books.
    Kunkhongo (Kambiri) –
3 46 S.S.R. Namagonya & N. Zamadenga. Kunkhongo (Kambiri and Siwoya), Central Region. 1992 14 p.
3 47 Kachelenje (Kambiri and Siwoya) fishing site report. [Kunkhongo]
3 48 S.M.C. Chimwaza & D.D. Samikwa. Lifuwu, Central Region. 1992. 29p.
3 49 Lifuwu fishing village. 22, 3, 17, 11, 11 p
    Likoma Island –
3 50 Likoma/Chizumulu artisanal fisheries development project: socio economic survey. 110 p.
    Lughali Beach –
3 51 S.M. Chimwaza & R.B. Chakwana. Lughali Beach (Karonga), Northern Region. 1992. 32p.
3 52 Report on women, fishing, fish process and fish trading at Lughali fishing village (Karonga). 33p.
3 53 Report for Lughali Beach, Karonga. 44p.
    Malembo – see Chilimba
    Mdulamanja (Salima) -
3 56 D. Nangoma & S. Nyirenda. Mdulamanja (Salima) fishing community. 1992. 26p.
3 57 Displacement of small fishermen at Mdulamanja fishing village. 21p.
3 58 Mdulamanja (Salima) fishing community. 14p.; Information on fish processing and trading at village level. 13p/; Quantitative analysis…5p. Fisherman profile of Mr Twopen    Mapepa of Chipoka.
    LAKE MALAWI (cont.)
Box Folder Description
    Mdyaka –
4 1 D. Nangoma & S. Nyirenda. Mdyaka fishing village, Northern Region. 1991. 25p.
4 2 Mdyaka fishing villages.  45p. marked copy
    Msaka –
4 3 Namagonya Smart Synder Ryson. Socio-economic study of fishing villages along Lake Malawi: A case study of Msaka and Kambiri fishing villages. June 1991. 20p.
4 4 Z.A.K. Mwandira & D.D. Samikwa. Mvunguti fishing camp/village, Southern Region. 1992. 53 p.
4 5 Overview of Mvunguti fishing camp/village. 58p.; Socio-economic characteristics of Mvunguti  fishing village (112 p.); Women, fishing, fish processing & trading. 23p.; An overview of Mvunguti fishing camp/village. 3p.
4 6 Exercise books: Mwandira, Z.A.K. Qualitative data on Mvunguti fishing camp exercise book; Samikwa D.D. Mvunguti fishing camp.
    Namiasi area -
4 7 M.M.G. Chagunda & B.B. Sibale. Namiasi area, Southern Region (Bolera Malunga, Mauwa and Nkali villages).  1992.  43p.
4 8 Introductory summary for Namiasi area (Bolera Malunga, Mauwa and Mkali villages). 76p; Report on women, fish processing and trading in Namiasi area (Bolera Malunga, Mauwa and Nkali villages). Sept. 1991. 24p.
4 9 B.B.  Sibale. The case of Namiasi exercise book & notes
    Ngala -
4 10 D.D. Samikwa & Z.A.K. Mwandira. Ngala, Northern Region. 1992. 32p.
4 11 Women, fishing, fish processing and trading.
4 12 Ngala fishing camp. ca. 50p.;
4 13 Exercise books: Samiuwa, D. D. & Mwandira Z.A.K. Ngala fishing camp
    Sanga (Mankhambira) –
  14 N.H. Muyepa & N. Zamadenga. Sanga Beach/ Mankhambira, Northern Region. 1992. 19 p.
4 15 Mankhambira (Sanga). 43p. marked copy
    Usisya –
4 16 S. Nyirenda & M.T. Chigowo. Usisya fishing villages, Northern Region. 1992.32p.
4 17 Nyirenda/Chogowo drafts: Usisya fishing camps/villages. 48p; Preliminary report on Usisya  beaches. 41p; Women involvement in fishing related occupation in Usisya. 21p. Maps & notes.
4 18 Exercise books: Solomon Nyirenda & Chigowo MT. Socioeconomic study of the fishing village along Lake Malawi (Usisya-Nkhata Bay).
4 19 Student comments on July 1990 questionnaires
4 20 Malembo. Boat & canoe owner questionnaire
4 21 Malembo. Fishing crew questionnaire
4 22 Mpondezi questionnaires
4 23 Mdulamanja questionnaires
4 24 Makambira questionnaires
4 25 Chizumulu questionnaires
4 26 Mdyaka questionnaires
4 27 Lifuwu questionnaires
4 28 Likoma questionnaires
4 29 Chia questionnaires
4 30 Chimphamba (Msaka) questionnaire
4 31 Printouts of statistical analysis runs, 1992 & 1993
Box Folder Description
5 1 Copies of completed questionnaires, Dec. 1990 -- DISCARD if dups
5 2 Seminar series on Lake Victoria Basin development. Nos. 12, 16, 20.  1979.
    Odero, N. Fish species, distribution, and abundance in Lake Victoria. No.12. 1979. 13p.
    Ogenda, Reuben B. Resource base(s) for integrated industrialization and development in the (Kenyan) Lake Victoria Basin. No. 20. 1979. 38p.
    Okoth-Ogenda, H.W.O. Public interest and private benefit in land use policy: an enquiry into some societal and land use issues in the Lake Victoria Basin. No. 16. 1979.13p.
5 3 FAO/CIFA. Review of the status of the fisheries of Lake Victoria. Report of the second session of the CIFA sub-committee on the development and management of Lake Victoria. Rome, Italy:FAO/CIFA, October 6-7, 1983.
5 4 Lake Victoria. The Lake Basin Development Authority. Preliminary report: Winam Gulf Baseline Studies. 1984.
5 5 Reynolds, J. Eric, and D. Greboval. Preliminary Assessment: Socioeconomic effects of Nile perch in Lake Victoria. Prepared for: FAO Fishery Policy and Planning Section. 74p + appendixes. First draft, October 1987.
5 6 Rogers, J.F. Report on a visit to Tanzania to examine the utilization of Nile perch from Lake Victoria from October 13 – November 7, 1987. 15p.
5 7 Fisheries Information – Wilson data collection, 1988
5 8 Lake Victoria computer hardware invoice
5 9 Ochumba, Peter B. O. Periodic massive fish kills in the Kenyan portion of Lake Victoria.  Appendix E of the CIFA (Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa) Report of the fourth session of the sub-committee for the development and management of the fisheries of Lake Victoria, Kisumu, Kenya. April 6-10 1987. FAO Fish Rep. no. 338. pp. 47-60.
5 10 Rogers, J.F. Report on a visit to Tanzania to examine the wet season utilization of Nile perch from Lake Victoria. May 3 – 18, 1988. 19p.
5 11 Wanink, J. H., W. Ligtvoet, A. I. Chande, P. C. Goudswaard, J. Kashindye, E. F. B. Katunzi, O. I. I.  W. Mkumbo, B. Msuku, and F. Witte. HEST/TAFIRI Research in Lake Victoria: some preliminary results and their relevance for fishery management. Reports from HEST/TAFIRI operating in Lake Victoria. No. 44. Leiden, The Netherlands: Zoologisch Labortorium.
5 12 Anderson, Dave. Africa’s troubled waters. The Independent. Monday, December 18, 1989.  Includes correspondence from David Wiley. 1p.
5 13 Cooper, William E. NSF proposal for March 1991 workshop on Lake Victoria research. Includes correspondence from Bill Cooper to the Lake Victoria Research Team and Lake Victoria limnological data.
5 14 Hinnant, John. Expenses occurring during one field season at Lake Turkana (Lake Victoria)
5 15 Lake Victoria environment (notes of November 1, 1989)
    1990 – 1991
5 26 Harris, Craig. Lake Victoria materials
5 17 Lake Victoria boat and canoe questionnaire, December
5 18 Lake Victoria fishing crew/workers interview survey/questionnaire (and 1992 drafts), December
5 19 Lake Victoria women and fishing questionnaire, December
5 20 Masuda, Kiyoshi. A case study of modernization in fisheries: Lake Victoria fisheries. 1990. 21p.
5 21 Okaronon, John Obbo and Jackson Wadanya. Fishery resource base for the Uganda sector of Lake Victoria. 1990. 19p.
5 22 Yogo, Ernest O and S. A. O. Dache. Status and prospects of fishing industry in Lake Victoria-Kenya. Kismu: Kenya Marine Fisheries Research Institute, 1990. 11p.
5 23 Yongo, Ernest O. Supplementary proposal: introduction of experimental outrigger canoes with liftnet. KMFRI Mimeo. 1990. 5p. 
5 24 Lake Victoria boat owner interview survey (located in back of box due to large size)
5 25 Lake Victoria Fisheries
    1992 letters to Yohana Budeba, Charles Okidi, & Thomas Maembe Lacustrine fish communities
    Craig K. Harris, Research on Uganda and Lake Victoria fisheries: Work plan, 1991.
    East African Great Lakes Research Project research outline, March 6, 1991
    Interview with Benoit Horemans, June 25, 1991
    Interview with Dominique Greboval, June 25, 1991
    Proposal for the strengthening of bibliographic facilities and capabilities for research on the fisheries of the Great Lakes of East Africa
    Proposal for strengthening the availability of research documentation, Oct. 10, 1992; with correspondence seeking support.
    List of papers, July 22, 1991
5 26 Lake Victoria fishing boat survey and boat census data, with computer disk
5 27 Lake Victoria fishing industry brief
5 28 Lake Victoria Kenya trip, includes faxes and research outlines by Craig Harris, March
5 29 Lake Victoria women, fishing, fish processing and trading interview survey, July – September
5 30 Mbuga, J. S. Harvesting: socio-economic aspects of the tilapia, Nile perch and pelagic fisheries (draft). Prepared for Proceedings of the Symposium on socio-aspects of Lake Victoria fisheries (Volume 2) by the UNDP/FAO Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning Development and Management in Eastern/Central/Southern Africa from July 1991. pp. 27 – 57.
5 31 Mkumbo, O. C. Developments in the artisanal fishery in Lake Victoria, Mwanza Gulf. 13p.
5 32 Orach-Meza, F. L. Existing fishery legislation and mechanisms for surveillance and control on Lake Victoria. A paper prepared at the National Seminar on the Management of the Fisheries of the Uganda Sector of Lake Victoria.  Crested Crane Hotel, Jinja, Uganda: August 6 – 8, 1991. 12p.
5 33 Planning meeting for Lake Victoria research relating to March 1991 workshop in Boston, 21 p.
5 34 Wilson, Doug.  Theory of communicative action & the problem of the commons. Habermas and Commons (draft). Paper presented at the Second Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Property. Winnipeg, Minnesota: September 26 – 29, 1991.
5 35 Yongo, Ernest O. and S. Dache. Exploratory research on the socio-economic impacts of changes in the fisheries of Lake Victoria. KAMFRI research proposal. 1991. 15p.
5 36 DeGeorges, Paul. Correspondence from USAID/REDSO/ESA to Marshall Murphree  (Zimbabwe) regarding Uganda Parks’ rejection of his draft proposal (Community participation in interactive park planning) from June 3.
5 37 Gréboval, D. and P. Mannini. The fisheries of Lake Victoria: review of basic data. UNDP/FAO Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning Development and Management in Eastern/Central/Southern Africa. Bujumbura: Food and  Agriculture of the United Nations (United Nations Development Programme),  August 1992.
5 38 Harris, Craig K., David E. Wiley and Douglas C. Wilson. Distributional and redistributional impacts of Lake Victoria fisheries introductions. Draft of April 6, 1992 paper prepared for  presentation at  the Symposium on the Impact of Species Changes in African Lakes, March 27 – 31, 1992 at the Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine in    London, England. 19p.
5 39 Harris, Craig. Lake Victoria conferences
5 40 Harris, Craig. Lake Victoria field notes
5 41 Harris, Craig. Lake Victoria interviews
5 42 Harris, Craig, David S. Wiley, and Douglas C. Wilson. Socio-economic impacts of 5 introducing foreign species into Lake Victoria fisheries. Draft of September 30, 1993 paper prepared for presentation at the Symposium on the Impact of Species Changes in African Lakes, March 27 – 31 1992, Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine in London, England. 22p.
5 43 Kaufman, Les.  Lessons from Lake Victoria: catastrophic change in a species-rich freshwater ecosystem.
5 44 Lake Victoria Africa/KMFRI trip in October, includes Yongo and Wiley correspondence
5 45 Lake Victoria beach leader interview survey
5 46 Lake Victoria fishing village interview survey
5 47 Lake Victoria Kenya Marine and Fisheries Research Institute (KMFRI) correspondence
5 48 Lake Victoria Kisumu April budget and expenses
5 49 Lake Victoria marketing interview/survey notes
5 50 Lake Victoria overview data
    LAKE VICTORIA (cont.)
Box Folder Description
6 1 Lake Victoria public articles
6 2 Lake Victoria ranch leader interviews (photocopies of notebook)
6 3 Lake Victoria sampling procedures
6 4 New England Aquarium, correspondence between Les Kaufman and David Wiley, June- July
6 5 NSF Proposal
6 6 Ogari, James and Andrew Asila.  Status of fisheries of Lake Victoria Kenya sector. 6p.
6 7 Reynolds, J. E., D. F. Gréboval, and  P. Mannini. Thirty years on: observations on the development of the Nile perch fishery in Lake Victoria (draft). 23p + annexes.
6 8 Wiley, David and Ernest Yongo. Overview of the socio-economic situation in Kenya on Lake Victoria (draft). 12p.
6 9 Yongo, Ernest.  Factors effecting input supply to artisanal fisheries of Lake Victoria (Kenya). pp 73 – 84.
6 10 Yongo, Ernest. Socio-economic aspects of fish utilization and marketing (draft). 17p + annexes.
6 11 Budeba, Y. L. The socio-economic aspects of the Tanzanian Lake Victoria Fisheries.13p.
6 12 Lake Nivasha
6 13 Lake Victoria correspondence
6 14 Lake Victoria EPAT (Mucia/Winrock), includes Will Candler correspondence & trip report
6 15 Lake Victoria training proposals, including documents and messages by/to L. Kaufman
6 16 Socioeconomic research aims for Lake Victoria (PLEA), August 12
6 17 Walters, Mark Jerome. A Lake’s Lament (draft) and Wiley comments. July. 4p. Wilson, Doug.
6 18 African and international environmental legal institutions: a review of the literature. Paper for Professor Charles Okidi. 1993. 22p.
6 19 Fisheries Management on Lake Victoria, Tanzania (draft).  Paper presented at the 36th Annual  Meeting of the African Studies Association December 4 – 7, 1993. 31p.
6 20 Fishers’ attitudes toward management on Lake Victoria (draft). Paper presented at the Annual  Meeting of the American Fisheries Society August 31 – September 4, 1993 in    Portland, Oregon. 42p.
6 21 Implications for fisheries management of the changing situation in Lake Victoria fishing communities: preliminary findings. Forthcoming in African Rural and Urban Studies. 33p.
6 22 Lake Victoria Papers.
6 23 Power and economic institutions: implications for crew members of intensified commercialization in the Lake Victoria fishing industry. 44p.
6 24 Report of a pilot survey of the fishing industry of Lake Victoria, Kenya using focus groups and Q methodology. 34p.
6 25 Report of a pilot survey of Tanzanian fishing beaches, 1993. 26p.
6 26 Derman, Bill and Anne Ferguson. Socioeconomic diversity among Lake Malawi’s small-scale fishers: implications for biological diversity and fisheries management. Draft. Paper prepared for the Annual Meetings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. San Francisco, California: February 1994. 40p.
6 27 Johnsen (Danmark). Fish processing and fish trading at Lake Malawi: an anthropological research of two fishery communities in Malawi (1994 proposal). 8p.
6 28 Kenya fishery survey (Luo version). 91p.
6 29 Lake Victoria correspondence; includes :
    Socio-economic Training for Common Property Management of the Biotic Resources of the Lake Victoria Basin in Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda (a revision of the proposal previously submitted to the World Bank in 1992, to USAID in 1993, and in reduced form  to IDRC in May)
    A Proposal for Strengthening the Availability of Research Documentation concerning the
    Research Scientists of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania (proposal also submitted to the USAID  Environmental Protection and Training offices in 1993); and rough draft entitled
    Proposal for the Strengthening of Bibliographic Facilities and Capabilities of the Fisheries    of the Great Lakes of Africa.
  ` Socio-Economic Research Priorities for Lake Victoria
    Letters to Professors Ogari, Bugenyi, Bwathondi, Maembe, Matunzi, Loken, Flynn, Okemwa, Odongkara,
6 30 Lake Victoria Fisheries Research Project. 1994 draft proposal and correspondence
6 31 Lake Victoria New England Aquarium Exhibit
6 32 Socioeconomic research aims for Lake Victoria of PLEA – March
6 33 Harris, Craig K., David S. Wiley, and Douglas C. Wilson. Uncertainty and the management of the  Lake Victoria fishery. Forthcoming in the African Rural and Urban Studies. 19p.
6 34 Critical and immediate research requirements for Lake Victoria environmental management.  Project proposal submitted by Fisheries Research Institute for the financial support of the  International Development Research Centre. 62p.
6 35 Harris, Douglas. Lake Victoria questionnaire drafts
6 36 Lake Victoria gear stats
6 37 Lake Victoria notes
6 38 Lake Victoria PLEA description. 5p.
6 39 Lake Victoria reference materials
6 40 Lake Victoria results (printouts with statistics)
6 41 Miscellaneous documents on Lake Victoria
    Baere, R. J. and K. E. Rushoke. Project Formulation Framework for the proposed development programme of pilot project URT/90/005. Integrated development of fishing villages: Kagera  region and Tanzania. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, March 8, 1993.  30p.
    Belo, W.B. Forestry and tourism in Malawi.  Issues paper prepared for the Task Force no. 68:  Tourism of the National Environmental Action Plan (NEAP) (Task force on tourism (TF No. 8). 2p.
    Geheb, Kim. The sustainability of renewable resources: the case of the artisanal fisheries  of Lake  Victoria, Kenya sector. Phd thesis proposal. September 1993. 10p.
    Letter to Dr. Ivan Karp from J. Eric Reynolds
    Includes Fishim Project UGA/87/007-SECSURV1-Community form
    Tanzania Fisheries Research Institute. Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990.  Various articles and abstracts.
    Gondwaard, P.C. Five years bottomtrawl surveys with RV. Kiboko in the Tanzanian part of Lake Victoria. In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria 
    Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990. 12.
    Bugenyi F. B. and K. M. Magumba. The physic-chemistry of the northern waters of Lake Victoria. In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with  particular reference to fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990. 43.
    Mwebaza-Mdawula, L. The role of intevertebrate organisms in the fishery potential of Lake Victoria. In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990.  56.
    Balirwa, John S. The present status of the fishery for tilapia in Lake Victoria (Uganda). In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries    of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990. 61.
    Katunzi, E. F. B. Aspects of migration, size structure, and mortality of juvenile Nile perch in the Mwanza Gulf of Lake Victoria. In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9,    1990. 72.
    Mkumbo, O.C. and W. Ligtovet. The Biology of Nile Perch-condition factor,  growth, reproduction, and food/feeding in Mwanza Gulf-Lake Victoria. In Prevailing activities on    the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990. 24-35.
    Ogari, James. The Co-existence between orechromis niloticus and lates niloticus in Lake Victoria (Kenya sector). In Prevailing activities on the Lake Victoria Basin with particular reference to the fisheries of the lake. Mwanza, Tanzania: March 8-9, 1990.
    Other documents include:
    Land transet of village in Chinseu Area, Zomba District, Malawi. January 1990.
    Regional fisheries research project phase 1.
    Lake Victoria fisheries research project phase 2: project formulation workshop held from 12 to 15 April 1994 at Mwanza.
6 42 Reynolds, J. E. Lake Victoria fisheries and lakeshore communities: looking at lakes from a different perch. pp. 114 – 118.
6 43 Okedi, J. The potential of lake fly biomass in Lake Victoria for utilization in animal feeds industry: progress report. Kampala: Mimeo, Department of Zoology, Makerere    University.
6 44 Siwo, J. Nile perch fishery in Lake Victoria. pp. 93 – 102.
6 45 Bibliography (June 1990) for PLEA and Lake Malawi database
6 46 Great Lakes literature collection: Instructions for use, by Doug Wilson.
6 47 Lake Malawi Database
    Aquculture and fisheries information resources in selected libraries in Malawi: a union list. National Archives of Malawi and International Centre for living aquatic resources management. Frostburg, Maryland: University of Maryland Appalachian Environmental Laboratory, 1988. 107p.
    Lake Malawi bibliographical resources
6 48 Lake Victoria database; includes notes and documents
6 49 Abbot, Joanne. Woody biomass collection and use patterns within Lake Malawi National Park: implications for sustainable resource utilization and Miombo woodland conservation.  March 1994. 33p. Note: Citation on Google has this subtitle: Research Report of the Department of National Parks and Wildlife (1984), p. 33
6 50 Akersid, W.O.  Preliminary analysis of socio-economic pilot survey: Tanzania fisheries. Dar es Salaam: Socio-economist project URT/87/016, March 1991. 53p.
6 51 Appell, G. N. Resource management regimes among the Swidden agriculturalists of ownership. Paper presented at the conference of the International Association for the Study of Common Propert. Winnipeg: September 26-29, 1991. 31p.
6 52 Asowa-Okwe, C. Commercialization of the fishing industry in Uganda: a case study of Kedera  Peninsula of Lake Kyoga Region: a research proposal. 17p. Kampala, Uganda: Makerere University, 1985.  17p.
    Assistance to forestry sector (Malawi): Forestry legislation. Based on the work of L.C. Christy  (Development Law Services FAO). Rome, Italy: Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources, Malawi Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations: United Nations Development Programme, 1990. 18p.
6 53 Bâcle, Jean and Robert Cecil. Artisanal fisheries in Sub-Saharan Africa: surveys and field research towards development.  Canadian International Development Agency:    November 1989. 138p.
6 54 Berkes, Fikret, and Bonnie McCay. Social and ecological variation in fisheries and the    choice of management regimes. Draft. 38p.
6 55 Bland, Simon J.R. Artisanal fisheries management plan. Fisheries Department. Malawi: 1992,  11p.
6 56 Bland, Simon J.R. A desk study on community based management for the fisheries of Malawi: Briefing paper for the Overseas Development Administration, British    Development Division in Southern Africa. London, England: For the Attention of the Chief Fisheries Officer, Fisheries Department, Lilongwe, Malawi, 1992. 45p.
6 57 Bland, S.J.R and S.J. Donda. Management initiatives for the fisheries of Malawi. 1994. 13p.
6 58 Bon, J. Present Handling and Distribution of Nile Perch. Ca.1988. 6p.
6 59 Bweya, L. A. C. and C. R. Kellow-Webb. Malawi country report in preparation of the draft  action plan for the environmental management of the common Zambezi River system. ODA projects.  Lilongwe, Malawi: Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources, 1985. 37p.
6 60 Chaboud, Christian and Centre de recherches océanographiques de Dakar-Thiaroye. Le marayege au Sénégal. Dakar: O.R.S.T.O.M., Centre de recherches océanographiques de    Dakar- Tiaroye, 1983. 112p.
6 61 Chilivumbo, Alifeyo. The fishermen of Lake Chilwa: a study in adaptability. In Vorster, D. J. M (ed). Human biology of environmental change: proceedings of a conference in    Blantyre. April  1997. pp. 15 – 20. 
6 62 Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. Movement of labour and the development of small-scale commercial fishing and fish-trading in Malawi, 1930-1975.  Presentation at the Canadian  Association of African Studies Annual Meeting May 11 – 14, 1989, Carleton University, Ottawa. Ca. 40p.
6 63 Chirwa, Wiseman Chijere. ‘Theba’ is power: Migrancy and artisanal fishing in colonial Malawi, 1920 – 1956.  Draft. Presentation at the Canadian Association of African Studies  Conference, York University, Downsview, Ontario, Canada May 15 – 18, 1991. 27p.
6 64 Cohen, Andrew S (ed.). Report on the First International Conference on the  Conservation and Biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika. International Organizing Committee. Bujumbura, Burundi: Funded by the Biodiversity Support Program, an Agency for International Development Funded Joint Venture of World Wildlife Fund, the Nature    Conservancy and the World Resources  Institute(University of Burundi), 1991. 128p
6 65 Coulter, G.W. The government of Malawi Fisheries Department: Report on Fisheries Research Strategies. Fisheries Research and Management Support Project and Overseas Development  Administration, 1993. 58p. 
6 66 DEEP (Development Education Exchange Papers). Responsible Fisheries. October 1995.
6 67 Degwitz, Ulrich. Malawi-German Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Project (MAGFAD). Nambazo area rural transport study. August 1991. 48p. 
6 68 Dioury, François. Réflexion sur le caractère évolutif et l’importance Future de la pêche artisanale dans les pays en développement. Daka-Tiaroye, Senegal:  Centre de  Recherches Océanographiques de Dakar-Tiaroye (Institut Sénégalais de Recherches  Agricoles), March 1995. 17p.
6 69 Dobson, Tracy. (and Kristine D. Lynch). As nearshore stocks drop, Malawi begins a return to local  fisheries management. Michigan State University. 23p.
    Lynch, Kristine D. and Tracy A. Dobson. Authority and equity in small-scale fisheries co-management: learning from Malawi’s experiences.
    Loss of biodiversity: an international environmental policy perspective. Reprinted from North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation.  Vol. 17, Spr 1992, No. 2. pp. 278 – 309.
6 70 Dunn, I.G. and N.P. Van Zalinge. Capture fisheries component: Execution of Fisheries Management Programme on Lake Malawi, Lake Malombe, and the Upper Shire River. Draft: Component Formulation Framework, November 14, 1991. 33p.
6 71 Dunn, I.G. and A.R. Smith. Malawi Development of National Fisheries Training Programme: Report of mission to Malawi May – September 1987.  Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture  Organization, 1998. 230p.
Box Folder Description
7 1 FAO – (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). Report of the FAO/World Bank Cooperative Programme Investment Centre. Malawi  Fisheries Project Preparation Mission. Number 29/90 CP-MLW 16. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), March 1, 1990.
7 2 Fisheries Dept. (Malawi). Research strategy meeting, 27th August 1993 – Monkey Bay. Official  minutes. Fisheries Department. Malawi Research Strategy Meeting – Official minutes from August 27, 1993. (Monkey Bay) Lilongwe, Mali: Fisheries Department, 1993. 17p.
7 3 Fisheries of the African Great Lakes: Research papers presented at the International Symposium on Resource Use and Conservation of the African Great Lakes. Hosted by the  University of Burundi, Bujumbura, November 29 – December 2, 1989. Wageningen, The Netherlands: International Agricultural Centre (Fisheries and Aquaculture Unit), June    1990. 134p.
    African Great Lakes Working Group (Societas Internationalis Limnologiae).
7 4 Fishing gear costs and fish production in the artisanal fisheries of Malawi. A Fisheries Department working paper produced in support of an application by the Blantyre Netting  Company Ltd. for suspension of surtax on Nylon fishing nets and twines. August 1989. 17p.
7 5 Fisheries Regulations (Chapter 66:05). ca.1986. 53p.
7 6 Garrod, D. J. An analysis of records of Gillnet fishing in Pilkington Bay, Lake Victoria. Supplementary publication No. 2.  Jinja, Uganda: East African Fisheries Research Organization, 1957. pp. 1 – 17.
7 7 Gebre-Mariam, Zinabu and Elias Dadebo. Water resources and fisheries management in the Ethiopian rift-valley lakes. Sidamo, Ethiopia: Awassa College of Agriculture. 13p.
7 8 Gee, J.M. and M.P. Gilbert. Establishment of a commercial fishery for haplochromis in the Uganda waters of Lake Victoria: Part II 1967. EAFFRO occasional paper no. 8. 12p.
7 9 Gerard, Mariama. Analyse de la pêche artisanale au Cap-Vert: description et étude critique du système d’enquête. Daka-Tiaroye, Senegal:  Centre de Recherches Océanographiques de Dakar-Tiaroye (Institut Senegalais de Recherches Agricoles). Document scientifique no. 98. February, 1995. 77p.
7 10 Graham, Michael. The Victoria Nyanza and its fisheries: a report on the fishing survey of Lake Victoria, 1927-1928 and appendices. London, England: Crown Agents for the Colonies, 1929.
7 11 Grant, Stuart , Horst W. Dieckhoff, Hans J. Mayland, and Manfred K. Meyer. Ecology of Auonocara REGAN, 1922 in Lake Malawi. No. 94. Frankfurt: Courier Forschung-Institut Senckenberg, 1987. pp. 131-139.
7 12 Greboval, D.  The decline of Lake Victoria’s cichlid species flock: summary of the flock’s current  status; action programs and international support of scientists; survey of press publications.  Leiden, The Netherlands: Zoologisch Labortorium, University of Leiden, 1986.  96p.
7 13 Grenfell, Scott A. Lake Malawi National Park: Management and Development Plan. Malawi  Department of National Parks and Wildlife, June 30, 1993. 69p.
7 14 Griffith, David, Manuel Valdes Pizzini, and Jeffrey Johnson.  Injury and therapy: fisheries development and the semiproletarianization of Puerto Rico’s artisanal fishermen.
    Second draft from October, 1989. 30p.
7 15 Hara, Mafaniso M., Steven J. Donda and Friday Njaya. Lessons from Malawi’s experience with fisheries co-management initiatives. ca.1999. 13p.
7 16 Hara, Mafaniso M., Steven J. Donda and Friday Njaya.  Malawi’s experience with fisheries co-management initiatives: a review of the Lakes Malombe and Chiuta co-  management programmes. ca.2000. 20p.
7 17 Hecky, R.E. Peter Kilham Memorial Lecture: the eutrophication of Lake Victoria. Stuttgart, 1993. 10p.
    International Association for the Study of Common Property. Papers presented at the First Annual Meeting, Sept. 27-30, 1990, Duke University.
7 18 Akaha, Tsuneo. Managing fisheries resources in the Sea of Japan: National Interest, International Cooperation, and Common Property. 45p + appendixes.
7 19 Anderson. E. N. Religius representation of common property management.
7 20 Bailey, Pollnac & Malvestuto. Kapuas River fishery.
7 21 Robert L. Friedhelm. Was the 1982 UN Law of the Sea Convention an adequate solution of the  international ocean commons? A regime and multiattribute utility analysis. 30p.
7 22 Maniates, Michael F. Organization designs for achieving sustainability: The opportunities,  limitations, and dangers of state-local collaboration for common property management. 17p.
7 23 Solow, Jody and Louise Fortmann.  Towards a messy model: common property management of multiple resources on state and private property in an unbounded community. 10p.
7 24 International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE). Report on the Rift Valley Lakes Exploration Workshop, November 29-December 4, 1987.
7 25 International Symposium on resource use and conservation of the African Great Lakes. Symposium on Resource use and conservation of the African Great Lakes, Bjumbura, 1989.  [abstracts]. Stuttgart: E. Schweizerbart’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1992.
7 26 Jackson, J.C.  The artisanal fishery of Lake Kariba (eastern basin): a socio-ecological input into planning and fisheries management. University of Zimbabwe, March 1991. 
7 27 Jackson, P. B. N. Check list of the fishes of Nyasaland. The National Museums of Southern Rhodesia. Vol.3 (Occasional papers), no.25B. November 30, 1961. pp. 535-621.
7 28 Jackson, P. B. N., T. D. Iles, D. Harding, and G. Fryor. Report on the Survey of Northern Lake Nyasa 1954-1955. Zomba, Nyasland: Joint Fisheries Research Organization, 1963. pp. 160-167.
7 29 Johnson, Thomas C. and Thomas W. Davis. High resolution seismic profiles from Lake Malawi, Africa.  Project Probe (Duke University Marine Laboratory). 1988..
7 29A Assistance to forestry sector Malawi forestry Legislation based on the work of L.C. Christy
7 30 Archives of Malawi and International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Mangement, 1989. 107p.
7 31 Kalinga, Owen J. M. The evolution of fish farming in Malawi. Paper presented at the ICLARM/GTZ-FD-University of Malawi Conference on Aquaculture from April 1990. 29p.
7 32 Kandoole, Benson F. and Maxwell M. Mkwezalamba. An economic analysis of fish farming in Malawi. Paper presented ICLARM/GTZ-FD-University of Malawi Conference    on Aquaculture from April 2-6, 1990. 18p.
7 33 Kapeleta, Lonely. The coming of the Tonga and the commercialization of fishing in Monkey Bay area: a case study.  March, 1980. p. 31-39.
7 34 Karuhanga, P. N. Conservation versus development of Lake Victoria fishery resources. In UFFRO  Seminar Proceedings, November 3-4, 1986. Jinga, Uganda: UFFRO, 96-101.
7 35 Kenya, Lake Basin Development Authority. Five year development plan 1983-1988. ca. 1990.  69p.
7 36 Kirema-Mukasa & Dhatemwa. Present aspects of marketing fish from Lake Victoria, Uganda.  1992.
7 37 Kishindo, Paul.  Land rights, security of tenure, and fish farming development: the case of Zomba and Mwanza districts, southern Malawi. Paper to be presented at the Conference of  Aquaculture Development in Africa from April 1-6, 1990. 8p.
7 38 Kudhongania & Coenen. Trends in fisheries development, prospects and limitations for Lake Victoria (Uganda).  1991.
7 39 Lake Victoria Environmental Management Programme. Report of National Working Group No.2 on management of water quality and land use including wetlands, Uganda. September 1995. 135p.
7 40 Lake Victoria Environmental Management Programme – Regional Task Force 1. Report on fisheries management and water hyacinth. October 1995. 299p.
7 41 Leendertse, K. Introductory Paper: Women in Tanzanian Inland Fisheries. Uganda: UNDP/FAO,1990. 10p.
7 42 Lowe, Rosemary. [Memorandum on the possible expansion of the Lake Nyasa fish    Industry]. January 10, 1948.  Typed notes dated Feb 24, 1990, including summary and recommendations. 6p.
7 43 Macinko, Seth. Gospels of efficiency, public policy, and rural poverty:  the case of the U.S. commercial fishing industry. Prepared for presentation to The Working Group on Natural  Resources and the Persistence of Rural Poverty (1991 Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society). Draft. ca. 1990. 38p.
7 44 Maembe, T. W. The fisheries management of Eight African Lakes. The report of the sixth session  of the Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa (CIFA). FAO Fish Rep. no. 350. Rome, Italy: FAO,1985. p. 43-51.
7 45 Maglia, Sam. Degradation and depletion of fish resources: a political analysis. ca.1994. 7p.
7 46 Malawi-German Fisheries and Aquaculture Development Project. Report and recommendations on fish farming developments in Dedza Hills RDP. Zomba, Malawi, 1991.
7 47 Malawi (National Research Council of Malawi). European economic community (Project no. 6607.30.36.026) – Resources conservation study. Germany, March 1989.50p +    annexes.
7 48 Malawi. Malawi country report in preparation of the draft action plan for the  environmental  management of the common Zambezi River System. Compiled by L.A.C. Bweya and C.R. Kellow- Webb. Lilongwe, Malawi: University of Malawi Libraries, 1985. 37p.
7 49 Malawi. Fisheries development project: appraisal mission – aide memoire). ca. 1993. 11p.
7 50 Malawi. National energy plan. Executive summary. Malawi: USAID/Malawi Library. 39p.
7 51 Malawi. Paper mill project (Back-to-Office Report). Compiled by Mr. L.S. Mihowa. International Finance Corporation. ca. 1985. 15p + annexes.
7 52 Malawi (Department of National Parks and Wildlife).  Protected areas: master plan for Southern Region. Vol. IV of the 1983 master plans. Compiled by John E. Clarke. Lilongwe,  Malawi: Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation, 1983.
7 53 Malawi (Department of National Parks and Wildlife).  Protected areas: master plan for Southern Region. Vol. IV of the 1983 master plans. Compiled by John E. Clarke. Lilongwe, Malawi: Commonwealth Fund for Technical Cooperation, 1983.
7 54 Malawi. Record of the fourteenth SADCC technical consultation meeting of fisheries and  wildlife held in Mbabane, Swaziland, May 5-8, 1989. 94p.
7 55 Malawi. Report prepared by the GOM/FAO/UNDP Chambo fisheries research project research.
    Mdaihli, Marina and Steve Donda. Fisherman entrepreneurs: a baseline survey. Field  document 11, July 1991. 65p.
    Mdaihli, Marina and Steve Donda.  The economic status of crew members.  Field document 12, June 1991. 19p.
    Mdaihli, Marina Steve Donda, Role of women in the fisheries of the South-East Arm of Lake Malawi, June 1991. 10p.
    Fisheries management in the south-east arm of Lake Malawi, the Upper Shire, and Lake Malombe, with particular reference to the fisheries on Cambo (Oreochromis SPP). Field document of the GOM/FAO/UNDP project. Report on the workshop held at Nkopola Conference Centre, Mangochi, Malawi, July 8-11, 1992. Mangochi, Malawi: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1992. 110 p.
    Project area: Southeast arm of Lake Malawi and Lake Malombe.
7 56 Malawi (Department of Fisheries Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Affairs). Ten year National Strategic Plan for the restoration of the Chambo fishery in Malawi. National Stakeholders’ Consultative Workshop. Mangochi, April 16-18, 2003. 7p.
7 56A Malawi News.  Fish and fishing newspaper clippings. March 17 – March 23, 1990 and    May 5 – May 11, 1990.
7 57 Marten, Gerald G., Benny Wanjala, Richard J. Scully, and John N. Rinne.  Recommendations for  management and research on the fishery of Lake Victoria. Jinja, Uganda: East African Freshwater Fisheries Research Organization, 1977.  13 p.
Box Folder Description
8 1 McGuire, Thomas R. Toward a political ecology of fisheries. Prepared for the symposium “Reinventing Fisheries Management” at the Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia, February 20-24, 1996. 16p.
8 2 McKay, Kenneth. Appalachian Environmental Laboratory. Volume I and Volume II. Photocopies of publications by Kenneth R. McKaye; includes: Malawi fisheries: an assessment and overview, AID project no. 698-0135-19.
8 3 Mikkola, Heimo and Ossi V. Lindqvist. Report on a Project Mobilization Mission.  Preparatory Phase: Lake Tanganyika Regional Fisheries Research Project. Early draft. Rome, Italy: FAO/Fisheries Department, February 1989.  89p+annexes.
8 4 Mkandwire, R. M. Research and extension project in the service of smallholder farmers in Malawi. Draft. 9p.
8 5 Moehl, John F. Jr. Sub-sector analysis: fisheries review and programming in Malawi. June 1990. 63p.
8 6 Moinuddin, Hasan. Zambia-Zimbabwe SADCC Fisheries Project (Lake Kariba). Workshop on the  conflicts within the Kapenta industry, September 16-17, 1991. 16p.
8 7 Mtimuni, B. M. Nutrition problems and programmes in Malawi. Paper prepared for workshop on Design and Implementation of Rural Development Strategies and Programmes. 15p.
8 8 Mzumara, A. J. P. The Fisheries Department of Malawi: organization policy and management. Lilongwe, Malawi, 1978.
8 9 NAGA (The ICLARM Quarterly). Fish introductions: coral reefs-longlining, blast fishing. Vol. 11, No. 4, October 1988. 28p.
8 10 National Aquatic Resource Management Programme (NARMAP) and Technical Cooperation Republic of Malawi/Federal Republic of Germany. Lake Malawi Fisheries Management Symposium Abstracts. June 4-9, 2001. 27p.
8 11 Noble, P. and Barry A. Costa-Pierce. Aquaculture technology research for smallholder farmers in rural Malawi. Paper presented at the BOSTID-Iclarm Workshop for PSTC/CDR Scientists in Manila, Philippines, August 6-10, 1991. 19p.
8 12 Noble, P. Utilization of on-farmers for aquaculture in rural Africa. Paper presented at Third International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, November 11-16, 1991.  16p.
8 13 Normann, Anne Katrine, Jesper Raakær Nielson, and Sten Sverdrup-Jensen. Fisheries co-management in Africa: proceedings from a regional workshop on fisheries co-management research: March 18-20, 1997, Boadzulu Lakeshore Resort, Mangochi, Malawi. Hirtshals: Institute for Fisheries Management & Coastal Community Development, North Sea Centre, 1998. 326p.
8 14 Ogutu, Gilbert E. M. Artisanal fisheries of Lake Victoria, Kenya: social and economic aspects of production and marketing. Nairobi, Kenya: Artisanal Fisheries (Kenya) Project (International Development Research Centre – University of Nairobi), 1988. 45p.
8 15 Olindo, Perez. Aquiring food sufficiency: a threat to aquatic environments in Kenya (Conflicting interests in the Commons: The River Basins and Lakes).  Prepared for presentation, Environment and Development in Africa and Latin America at Michigan State University, September 28-30, 1990. 20p.
8 16 Olindo, Perez. Preliminary Report: Winam Gulf Baseline Studies. Kenya: Lake Basin Development Authority 1984. 12p.
8 17 Orbach, Michael K. and Jeffrey C. Johnson. Industry-generated marine resource management:  the spiny lobster fishery in the Florida Keys. Paper prepared for the 1990 AAA session on Natural Resources Management: who can protect the Commons, and for whom? November 1990. 14p.
8 18 Participatory Fisheries Management Programme Steering Committee. Monthly Progress Meeting #6. Lilongwe, Malawi, 1994. 8p.
8 20 Phiri, S. B. The role of the department of lands and valuation (DLV) in lakeshore plots and other  tourist developments. Task force #8. Lilongwe, Malawi: Tourism development and investent in Malawi, 1988. 6p+appendixes.
8 21 Pinkerton, Evelyn. Combining artisanal and commercial fisheries management: Management  improvements through corporate community control. Paper presented to the American Anthropological Association. New Orleans, Louisiana: November, 1990. 13p.
8 22 Poll, Max. Exploration hydrobiologique du Lac Tanganika (1946-1947): resultants scientiques. In  Poissons Non Cichlidæ. Volume III, Fascicule 5A. Bruxelles: Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles  de Belgique, 1953.
8 23 Pollnac, Richard B. The division of labor by sex in fishing societies (FDSS working paper no. 10  and Anthropology working paper no. 44). September 1984. 13p.
8 24 Pomeroy, Robert S. Toward a community-based approach to small-scale fisheries management  and development. Clemson, North Carolina: Clemson University, 1985. 21p.
8 25 Poverty alleviation and fisheries in Malawi – Issues paper. Draft. 8p.
8 26 Pomeroy, Robert S. Toward a community-based approach to small-scale fisheries management  and development. Clemson, North Carolina: Clemson University, 1985. 21p.
8 27 Quinn, Victoria, Mabel Chiligo and J. Price Gittinger. Household food and nutritional security in Malawi (draft). Paper presented at the Symposium on Agricultural Policies for Growth and Development in Mangochi, Malawi, November 1 – 4, 1988. 42p.
8 28 Ratcliffe, C.  The fishery of the lower Shire River area, Malawi, 1972. Fisheries bulletin no. 3. Zomba, Malawi: Extension Aids Branch, Ministry of Agriculture, April 1972. 79p.
8 29 Reinthal, Peter. Evaluating biodiversity and conserving Lake Malawi’s cichlid fish fauna. Conservation Biology. Vol. 7, No. 3, September 1993. pp. 712-718.
8 30 Research program of HEST and TAFIRI during 1987 and 1988. Leiden: Zoologisch Laboratorium,  March 1987. 14, 2 p. -- Reports from the Haplochromis Ecology Survey Team (HEST) and theTanzanian Fisheries Research Institute (TAFIRI) operating in Lake  Victoria, 37.
8 31 Rocheleau, Dianne E. Gender, ecology, and agroforestry: science and survival in Kathama. Worchester, Mass: ECOGEN (Ecology, Community Organization, and Gender) and Clark University, 1992. 31p.
8 32 Rogers and D.S. Tariq.  Report on a visit to Tanzania to construct and test an improved design of fish smoking kiln, Jan. 10-March 8, 1989.  NRI report no. R1564(S).  Project No. A1578.  Attached to Rogers, Tariq & Ames, “A fuel efficient kiln for Nile perch,” Tropc. sci, 1991, 31, 83-94.
8 33 SADCC Fisheries Project (Lake Kariba). Annual Project Review Workshop (held September 14-18, 1992). Project Report 16. Manchinchi Bay Lodge, Siavonga, 1992. 18p + annexes.
8 34 SADCC Fisheries Project (Lake Kariba). Document 10: a background to planning/Document IV:  the description and legal status of Lake Kariba and surrounding land, together with details of planning and development and an analysis of relevant institutional issues. Prepared for the Department of National Parks and Wild Life Management, 1991. 95p.
8 35 SADCC Fisheries Project (Lake Malawi/Niassa Pelagic). Project data sheet. 4p + appendixes.
8 36 Salewicz, K. A. and A. McDonald. Trip to African in connection with the Zir Zambezi River study,  June 18 – July 6, 1988. 32p.
8 37 Schroedter, Werner. Malawi: fish marketing in northern Malawi. A report prepared for  the Fishery Expansion Project. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1982. 27p.
8 38 Seubert, Chris and Karen LeAnn McKay. Malawi natural resources management assessment. Washington, D.C.: Natural Resources Management Support Project and Development Alternatives, 1989. 39p + annexes.
8 39 Seymour, A.G. Likoma and Chizumulu Islands: production, processing, and trading in the Chirimila fishery. A study funded by the National Rural Centres Programme (Malawi Government/German Agency for Technical Cooperation, 1988. 70p.
8 40 SIFR, a synopsis of the study of international fisheries research. New directions and developments in international fisheries research: UNCED, SIFR, ICLARM, NGOS. Naga (the ICLARM quarterly). October 1992. pp. 7-9.
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8 43 Social and economic studies around Lake Malombe and the Upper Shire River: project proposal. Draft. 6p.
8 44 Ssengooba, E. W. and M. Ogwal. Uganda fish external marketing potential. Paper presented at the Seminar on Fish Export and Quality Assurance, May 1991. 8p.
8 45 Stoffle, Richard W. and David B. Halmo. Social effects of mithrax crab mariculture in the Dominican Republic. Paper presented in the symposium on “Sociocultural Aspects of Small-Scale Fisheries in Developing Nations” at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, D.C.: November 15, 1989.
8 46 Talbott, Kirk. Nation states and forest peoples: tenurial control and the squandering of the Central African rainforest. Preliminary draft or a presentation at the Second Annual Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Common Property in Winnipeg, Canada, September 26 – 29, 1991.18p.
8 47 Talks, Lawrence. Durham University: Nile perch expedition 1987 to Kenya. London: Royal Geographical Society, 1989. – 86 leaves; incomplete photocopied, lacking chap. 5, conclusion, and end material; published in 1989 by Royal Geographical Society (Shell environmental papers,  no. 1).
8 49 Tettey, Ernest O. The economics of Nile perch processing and distribution in Kenya. Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire: Infopêche, 1988. 32p. -- Improved utilization of Nile perch. GCP/KEN/055/NET.
8 49 Thurairaja, Valentine. Lake Malawi: conservation of biodiversity, issues, and problems (final report). S.I: The United Nations Environment Programme and the Global Environmental Facility Unit, 1993. 
8 50 Traditional Fisheries Assessment Project: Project activities in extension to project.
8 51 Tweedle, D. and J. H. Magasa. Assessment of multispecies cichlid fisheries of the Southeast Arm  of Lake Malawi, Africa. J. Cons. int. Explor. Mer, 45: 1989. 209-222.
8 52 Tweddle, D. Fish survey of Nkhotakota Wildlife Reserve (Investigational Report No.53): a  report  to the Japanese International Cooperation Agency on behalf of the Wildlife Society of Malawi, 1996. 79p.
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8 54 2. Analysis of catch and effort data for the fisheries of the South East Arm of Lake Malawi, 1976- 1989, with a discussion of earlier data and the inter-relationships with the commercial fisheries.
8 55 4. Analysis of catch and effort data for the fisheries of the South West Arm of Lake Malawi, 1976-1989.
8 56 5: Analysis of catch and effort data for the fisheries of Domira Bay: Lake Malawi, 1977-1989.
8 57 6. Analysis of catch and effort data for the fisheries of Likoma and Chizumulu islands: Lake Malawi, 1976-1989
8 58 7: Part A: A description of the traditional fisheries of the Karonga Area of Lake Malawi and Part B: Analysis of catch and effort data for the fisheries of the Karonga Area, 1980-1989.
8 59 10. Aerial and ground surveys of the distribution and abundance of fishing craft and gears in Lakes Malawi and Malombe and the Upper Shire River 1972 to 1990.
8 60 11. Seine net fisheries of Lake Malombe, ca.1991.
8 61 Tweddle, D. Twenty years of fisheries research in Malawi: a brief review of Malawi Government Fisheries Department Research Programmes conducted since 1970. Fisheries bulletin, no.7 (Fisheries Department, Ministry of Forestry and Natural Resources). Limbe, Malawi: Montfort Press, 1991.
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8 66 Watson, C. E. P. Malawi fisheries development strategy study: final report. September  1987.  41p. + annexes.
8 67 Wetherall, J. A. and East African Freshwater Fisheries Research Organization. Waters of Lake Victoria: provisional summary of information from the 1972 catch assessment. EAFFRO occasional paper no. 14. Jinja, Uganda: East African Freshwater Fisheries Research Organization, 1973. 58p.
8 68 Wynter, Pauline. Property, women fishers, and struggles for women’s rights in Mozambique. Mimeo, 1989. 10p.
8 69 Zambia/Zimbabwe SADCC Fisheries Project.  Pre-project socio-economic study of the artisanal fishery on Lake Kariba.  Final draft of March 1, 1989. Confidential.
8 70 Zambia/Zimbabwe SADCC Fisheries Project.  Third annual meeting of the Zambia/Zimbabwe SADC Fisheries Project (Lake Kariba). A’zambezi River Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe,  Jan.13 – 15  1993. Annexes 1-6,

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