Md. Saifuddin Shah
|Fisheries and Marine Technology Discipline, Khulna University|
Dilip Kumar Datta
|Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna University|
|Md. Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan||Soil Science Discipline, Khulna University|
|A.K. Fazlul Hoque||Forestry and Wood Technology Discipline, Khulna University|
|Md. Harunor Rashid Khan||Physics Discipline, Khulna University|
|Feroz Ahmed||Business Administration Discipline, Khulna University|
|Shamim Mahabubul Haque||Urban and Rural Planning Discipline, Khulna University|
|Md Mahmud Alam||Mathematics Discipline, Khulna University|
|Samir Kumar Sadhu||Pharmacy Discipline, Khulna University|
|M. Hasibur Rahman||Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Discipline. Khulna University|
|Md. Abdul Mannan||Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University|
|G.M. Javed Arif||English Discipline, Khulna University|
|Kamrul Hasan Talukder||Computer Science and Engineering Discipline, Khulna University|
|Mohammed Ziaul Haider||Economics Discipline, Khulna University|
Quest for the southwest: concerns for environment of the southwest Bangladesh
Coastal zone management and climate change: challenges and opportunities for Bangladesh
|Saifuzzaman, M. and Alam, M.S.
Changes in physical environment of the southwestern coastal Bangladesh: a river basin approach
|Ahmad, J.U. and Rahman, M.S.
Water chemistry in and around the Sundarbans mangrove forest, southwest Bangladesh
|Rabbi, S.M.F.; Amin, M.S.; Rezoa, K. and Hanif, M.
Carbon sequestration in soil aggregates under different cropping pattern in Ganges meander and Ganges tidal floodplains of Khulna region
|Ahsan, M. and Bhuiyan, M.M.R.
Soil and water salinity, their management in relation to climate changes in coastal areas of Bangladesh
|Hossain, M.Z.; Haider, M.Z.; Razibuzzaman and Mojumder, B.R.
Impact of soil salinity on livelihood strategies: A study on two selected villages of Satkhira district, Bangladesh
|Das, S.C. and Wahiduzzaman, M.
Climate change and the vulnerability of the Sundarbans
Vulnerability of the Sundarbans due to climate change in Bangladesh
|Ahmed , M.F.; Khanam, A.; Haider, M.Z. and Rahaman, M.S.
Land use pattern and socio-economic condition of the Sundarbans adjacent coastal areas of Bangladesh
|Hasanuzzaman, A.F.M.; Sayeed, M.A.B.; Rahaman, S.M.B. and Huq, K.A.
Implications of climate change for fisheries and aquaculture in the Sundarbans region of Bangladesh
|Karim, M.R.; Hossain, R. and Zaman, M-uz.
Women's health and security in shrimp cultivation and processing plants in coastal Bangladesh
|Hoque, M. Al-A.; Saika, U. and Huda, K.M.S.
Livelihood and socio-economic aspects of the Sundarbans’ dependent people: case studies on Nalian and Burigoalini ranges of the Sundarbans
|Karim, K.M.R. and Ahmed, S.
Livelihood pattern and security of women working in shrimp processing industries located in southwest Bangladesh
|Rahman, M.M.S.; Liza, A.K.; Masud, A-Al. and Rayhanuzzaman, M.
Cooperation of local government representatives for the livelihood of the Sundarbans dependent people
|Murtaza, M.G. and Biswas, M.
Socio-economic conditions of the women depending on the resources of the Sundarbans: a study of the impact zone
|Mallick, B.; Das, U.K.; Das, S.S.I.; Das, S.K. and Islam, M.N.
Vulnerability due to lack of infrastructure of coastal livelihood during cyclone Aila 2009 in Bangladesh
Community-based tourism and ecotourism are potential means to facilitate the conservation of natural resources of the Sundarbans – a theoretical perspective
Modeling carbon flux of the Sundarbans: a theoretical framework for prediction of the Sundarbans’ contribution and vulnerability to climate change
Towards the calibration of an environmental biorecorder