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1994 BSc. (Hons) Wildlife Science 1999 MSc Conservation Biology 2015 PhD Candidate
1995 Teaching Assistant 1997 Examination Officer 2000 Lecturer 2005 Head, Department of Wildlife Science
University of Juba, Sudan University of the Witwatersrand, RSA Makerere University, Uganda
University of Juba, Sudan Department of Wildlife Science, UJ University of Juba University of Juba
2007 Assistant Professor 2007 Deputy Academic Registrar 2012 Academic Registrar
Tomor, B.M & Abasher, H. (2002) Diurnal activity budget of a waterbuck (kobus e. deffasa-Rupell) population in a meadow in Dinder National Park, Sudan. Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies 3:57-62
Tomor, B.M & Owen-Smith, N. (2001) Comparative use of grass regrowth following burns by four ungulate species in the Nylsvley Nature Reserve, South Africa. African Journal of Ecology 40:201-204.
Tomor, B.M (2006) Assessment of the status of mammalian species in Dinder National Park using the “Kilometric Index” as the measure of abundance. Journal of Agricultural Science 14 (2): 287-299.
Tomor, B.M (2006) Comparative bite-step sequences of grazing ungulates on burnt grassland. Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies 4:51-54.
Tomor, B.M. (2006) The state of ecotourism in Dinder National Park, Sudan. Journal of Natural Resources and Environmental studies 4:45-49.
Tomor, B.M. (2013) The biodiversity of the Sudd swamps of South Sudan. In Galla, J.O. (Ed). Proceedings of the Project Planning Workshop on South Sudan’s Sudd Region (pp 7-17).
Population Ecology and Dynamics
Wildlife Habitat Interactions
Wildlife Human Interactions and Implications for Conservation and Food Security
2007 Horn of Africa Regional Environmental Centre and Network Dutch Grant for Capacity Building of the College of Natural Resources and Environmental Studies, University of Juba.
2012 NORHED Seed Fund No.: SSD 12/0041
2013 NORHED Grant No.: SSD 13/0021