Forest Resouces & Wildlife Management
National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe
Nicholas Ncube is a Lecturer in the department of Forest Resouces & Wildlife Management in the National University of Science and Technology, Zimbabwe.
I developed metadata for map creation, spatial data capture, GIS and remote sensing applications in Agricultural research activities at ICRISAT Bulawayo in 2006. Land Use/Land cover change assessment and mapping using Remote sensing and GIS technologies. I mapped the spatial distribution of small-holder homesteads in two villages in Gwanda District and one village in Beit Bridge District using GPS during the commercialization of goat production survey in February, 2009.
Participated in writing a paper entitled “Farm subdivisions in Zimbabwe” (2003).
Co-authored an article entitled "Application of Remote Sensing and GIS in Agricultural Land Use Planning in Zimbabwe" (1994).
Co-authored the "Remote Sensing and GIS Resource Training Manual for officers" First Edition in September, (1994).