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Dr Dube is a freshwater ecologist with expertise in macroinvertebrate and zooplankton taxonomy, trophic ecology, water quality, aquatic biodiversity conservation and their habitats (ponds, wetlands and rivers). Dr Dube's research interests are in how aquatic ecological systems respond to environmental disturbances caused by anthropogenic actions. Dr Dube use aquatic invertebrates for biomonitoring and identifying interesting patterns in nature that may indicate environmental impact.

Teaching specialisms


General ecology

Conservation biology


Research interests

Aquatic biomonitoring

Wetlands, lakes and river ecology

Ponds conservation

Trophic ecology

Taxonomy of inverterbrates

Education/Academic qualification

Education, Post graduate Diploma in Tertiary Education


Award Date: 24 Nov 2017

Biology, PhD, Conservation of floodplain pans in Ndumo, South Africa, KU Leuven

1 Aug 201330 Sept 2017

Award Date: 30 Sept 2017

Aquatic Ecology, MSc, University of Zimbabwe

1 Jan 200730 Dec 2008

Award Date: 31 Dec 2008


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