Dr Manqoba Zungu
 
 
Dr Zungu is an ecologist and conservation biologist with broad interests within the natural sciences domain. He is a recipient of many awards including being an invited member into the Golden Key International Honour Society. So far,he has conducted research on avian nutritional ecology, wetland ecology and management, the ecology of fragmented landscapes, and the persistence abilities of vertebrates in human-altered environments. 

His current work is on multidisciplinary research, focusing primarily on the linkages between the biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being in urban green spaces, and on the ecology of human-dominated landscapes.
     
Position:   Researcher and Lecturer (Terrestrial Ecology Stream)
Qualifications:   PhD (Biological Sciences)
MSc (Ecological Sciences)
BSc Honours (Ecological Sciences)
BSc (Ecological Sciences)
     
Discipline:   Biology
Campus:   Pietermaritzburg
Telephone:   033 260 5113
Email:   Zungum1@ukzn.ac.za
     
 Research Areas:  
Aquatic animal health
Biomarker development
Ecophysiology
MetabolisUrban ecology 
Urban ecology
Protected area management
Occupancy modelling
Seed dispersal ecology
Environmental psychology
Global change biology
Systematic conservation planning
     
 Research Profiles:   Google Scholar
Research Gate
ORCID

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