Dr. Zerihun  Girma

Dr. Zerihun Girma

Assistant Professor
Hawassa University, Ethiopia

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Wildlife Ecology from University of Buea, Cameroon

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Area of Interest:

Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Mammals Ecology
Birds Ecology
Medicinal Plants
Wildlife Conservation

Selected Publications

  1. Girma, Z., Y. Mamo, G. Mengesha, A. Verma and T. Asfaw, 2017. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of bird species in and around Wondo genet forest, South‐central Ethiopia. Ecol. Evol., 7: 3397-3405.
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  2. Girma, Z., A. Verma, Y. Mamo and Ts. Asfaw, 2016. Diversity, relative abundance and distribution of avian fauna in and around Wondo genet forest, South-central Ethiopia. Res. J. For. (In Press). .
  3. Mateos, E., G. Zerihun, M. Yosef and D. Megersa, 2015. Community attitudes towards African Civet Civettictis civetta conservation in Eastern sub-catchment of Lake Hawassa basin, Southern Ethiopia. History, 27: 2-7.
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  4. Girma, Z., G. Chuyong, P. Evangelista and Y. Mamo, 2015. Habitat characterization and preferences of the mountain nyala (Tragelaphus buxtoni, Lydekker 1910) and menelik's bushbuck (Tragelaphus scriptus meneliki, Neumann 1902) in Arsi mountains National park, South-Eastern Ethiopia. Int. J. Curr. Res., 7: 23074-23082.
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  5. Getaneh, S. and Z. Girma, 2014. An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Debre Libanos Wereda, Central Ethiopia. Afr. J. Plant Sci., 8: 366-379.
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  6. Girma, Z., Y. Mamo and M. Ersado, 2012. Species composition, distribution and relative abundance of large mammals in and around Wondo Genet Forest Patch, Southern Ethiopia. Asian J. Applied Sci., 5: 538-551.
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  7. Girma, Z., A. Bekele and H. Graham, 2012. Large mammals and mountain encroachments on Mount Kaka and Hunkolo Fragments, Southeast Ethiopia. Asian J. Applied Sci., 5: 279-289.
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  8. Girma, Z., A. Bekele and G. Hemson, 2012. Small mammals of Kaka and Hunkolo, Southeast Ethiopia. Trop. Ecol., 53: 33-41.