Belete Limani Kerse

Watershed Management (Soil and Water Conservation)

Full Name:  Belete Limani Kerse              

 

 

 

Educational level: MSc (Master of Science)  

 

 

Academic Rank: Assistant professor             

 

 

College/School: Agriculture

 

 

Department/Team: Natural resource management

 

 

Field of Specialization: Watershed Management (Soil and Water Conservation)

 

 

 

 

 

Research Interest:  Land use and Watershed management implication

  • Water Resource and Forest  Management and Utilization
  • Biodiversity Management and  Their Ecotourism Potential
  • Climate Change and  Its Impact on Biophysical and Socio-Economic Aspect
  • GIS and Remote Sensing application in Natural Management and Conservation

List of Publications: (please list all of your publication as an example listed below)   

Belete Limani Kerse (2016).Factors Affecting Local People Participation in Forest Managed for Carbon Sequestration: The Case of Mount Damota, Southern Ethiopia.Developing Country Studies  ISSN 2224-607X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0565 (Online)Vol.6, No.5, 2016

Belete Limani Kerse (2017). A Review Paper on: Multi-Functional Implication of Integrated Watershed Management: The New Approach to degrade Land Rehabilitation in Ethiopia. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare. ISSN 2224-3208 (Paper) ISSN 2225-093X (Online) Vol.7, No.17, 2017

Belete Limani Kerse (2018). The Multiple Backdrops of Forest Management Initiatives in Ethiopia: A Review Paper.  Journal of Resources Development and Management. ISSN 2422-8397.  An International Peer-reviewed Journal Vol.41, 2018

Belete Limani Kerse (2018). Factors affecting adoption of soil and water conservation practices in the case of Damota watershed, Wolaita Zone, Southern Ethiopia.International Journal of Agricultural Science ResearchVol. 7(1), pp. 001-009, February 2018. Available online at http://academeresearchjournals.org/journal/ijasrISSN 2327-3321 ©2018 Academe Research Journals

Conference Participations

  1. Belete Limani Kerse (2016).Factors Affecting Local People Participation in Forest Managed for Carbon Sequestration: The Case of Mount Damota, Southern Ethiopia.presented on the 1st  International Conference Held in Bule Hora Universty, May 23-25/2016, Bule Hora, Ethiopia.

Contact address

  • P. O. Box: 138, Wolaita Sodo, Ethiopia
  • Office Tel.: +251
  • Cell Phone:+ 251 904402383
  • Fax:+ 251 46-551515113
  • E-mail Address:belelima127@gmail.com   or (institutional)

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