Email:

    mujib@es.ku.ac.bd


    Contact:

    +88 01712 218847

    Address:

    Professor, Environmental Science Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna 9208, Bangladesh Residence: Venus 4A, 290/3 Sher-E-Bangla Road, Amtola, Khulna 9100, Bangladesh


Dr. Md. Mujibor Rahman
Professor

PhD Supervision:

[01]

2021: Khondaker Khairul Alam Ansari

Climate Change Impacts and Sustainable
Adaptation Technologies in Southern Coastal Zones of Bangladesh

[02]

2020: Muhammad Shariful Islam

Knowledge and Practice for Reducing the Effects of Disaster on Health in South West Bangladesh

 

PhD and M Phil thesis Evaluation:

(i)PhD















[01]

PhD-2017

Disaster Risk Reduction Interventions in Bangladesh: A Case Study on Selected Villages of South West Region”. Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies [IDMVS], University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

[02]

PhD-2020

Water insecurity and poverty: Changing agriculture-based livelihood in coastal Bangladesh”. Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies [IDMVS], University of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

(ii) M Phil

[01]

M Phil-2013: Imran Ali Sarder

Impact of the Stress of Land Use Change on Water Resources: A Case of Barind Region”. Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.

[02]

M Phil-2016: Tabassum Hoque Chowdhury

“Extreme Climate Events, Their Frequencies and Adaptation Mechanisms in Coastal Zones of Bangladesh”. Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences [IFES], University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

[03]

M Phil-2017: Sarkar Imran Wahid

 

Valuation of Ship Breaking Dependent Industries, Their Environmental Inputs and Impacts in Bangladesh”. Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences [IFES], University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.

[04]

M Phil-2017: Shafat Hosen

 

“Impacts of Ship Breaking Industries and Sustainable Management of Environment under the Existing Law”. Institute of Forestry and Environmental Sciences [IFES], University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.



Seminar & Conference Attended and Paper Present (national and International):

[1]

8th National Geographical Conference on “21st Century: Status of Geography and the Challenges Ahead”, Bangladesh National Geographical Association, Organized by Department of Geography and Environment. University of Jahangirnagar, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 11-13 March 1998.

[2]

43rd Annual Meeting and International Conference on “Land and Water use and Misuse” Bangladesh Geographical Society, Organized by Department of Geography and Environment, University of Dhaka, 19-20 June 1998 (Abstract published).

[3]

National Seminar on “Environmental Sustainable Development” Organized by the Department of Geography and applied Geography, North Bengal Univerity, Darjelling, West Bengal, India and Sikkim Govt. College, Gantok, 19-21 November 1998.

[4]

An International Conference on “Geoinformatics for Natural Resources Assessment, Monitoring and Management”, Geoinformatics beyond 2000 march 9-11 1999, IIRS, Dehradun, India, organized by Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (NSRA) and International Institute for Aerospace Survey and Earth Science (ITC), the Netherlands.

[5]

Symposia and Annual General Meeting of Bangladesh Association of Science (BASS), Rajshahi Local Chapter, Organized by University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6205, Bangladesh.

[6]

9th National Geographical Conference, Bangladesh National Geographical Association, Organized by Department of Geography and Environmental Studies. University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh, 22-26 November 2000 (Abstract published).

[7]

10th Bangladesh National Geographical Conference, Land Environment and Development, Organized by Bangladesh National Geographical Association (BNGA) in collaboration with Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development (BARD) Comilla 28-30 December 2002 (04 Abstracts published).

[8]

Attended National seminar on “Water & Sanitation for Cities” organized by Bangladesh Institute of Planners and Center for Urban Studies, Dhaka, World Habitat Day  2003, 06 October, 2003.

[9]

Attended National seminar on “Rajshahi City Master Plan (2004-2024) organized by Rajshahi Development Authority (RDA), Rajshahi, Bangladesh, 06 November, 2003.

[10]

Attended National Conference on “The Potential Impacts of Oil and Gas Exploration in Block 5 on the Sundarbans” organized by CISS (Centre for Integrated Studies on the Sundarbans), Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh, 30 December,2003.

[11]

Attended National seminar on “Rajshahi City Structure Plan, Master Plan and Detailed Area Development Plan (2004-2024) organized by Rajshahi Development Authority (RDA), Rajshahi, Bangladesh, 22 April, 2004.

[12]

Attended National workshop on “Sustainable Livelihood Approaches (SLA) in Fisheries Education and Research” organized by Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology (FMRT) Discipline, University of Khulna, Khulna, Bangladesh, May 31, 2004.

[13]

Attended National seminar on “Cities-engines of rural development” organized by Center for Urban Studies, Dhaka and Bangladesh Institute of Planners, World Habitat Day  2004, 04 October, 2004.

[14]

11th Bangladesh National Geographical Conference, Organized by Bangladesh National Geographical Association (BNGA) 02-04 March 2005, Dhaka Sheraton.

[15]

Regional Workshop on Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM): Role and Contribution of Khulna University, Organized by Environmental Science Discipline, Fisheries and Marine Resource Discipline, Khulna University, 27th March 2006.

[14]

National Seminar on Status of Environment and Environmental Education in Bangladesh, Organized by Bangladesh Society of Environmental Scientists (BSES), Dhaka, 16th August 2006. 

[15]

 

12th Bangladesh National Geographical Conference, Organized by Department of Geography and Environment. University of Jahangirnagar, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 28, 2007,

[16]

International Seminar on Rajshahi City: Past and Present, Organized by Institute of Bangladesh Studies, Rajshahi University, Bangladesh, 15-16 January 2010. 

[17]

13th Bangladesh International Geographical Conference, Organized by Department of Geography and Environment. University of Jahangirnagar, Savar, Dhaka, Bangladesh, April 27, 2010.

[18]

International Seminar 2010 on “Climate Change and Environmental Challenges of 21st Century”, Organized by Institute of Environmental Science (IES), Rajshahi University, Rajshahi 6205, Bangladesh, 7-9 December 2010. (04 Abstracts published).

[19]

2nd International WasteSafe 2011Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries, 13-15 February 2011, KUET, Khulna, Bangladesh.

[20]

International Conference on Environment and Development organized by Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh 7-8 March 2014.

[21]

15th Bangladesh International Geographical Conference on Water issues and Sustainable Development Organized by Bangladesh national Geographical Association (BNGA) Department of Geography and Environment, Jahangirnagar University, Savar Dhaka, 24 November 2017.  

[22]

International Seminar & 48th Regional Science Conference on Rural Habitat, Institutions and Development: Changing Nature & Challenges, organized by Department of Geography and Disaster Management, Tripura University, Tripura, India 5-7 January, 2017.  

[23]

3rd International Seminar on Earth  System Processes and Interruptions: Issues and Challenges, organized by Department of Geography, University of Gour Banga, West Bengal, India, 19-20 April, 2017.

[24]

XXIX Biennial Conference on North East India Geographical Society (NEIGS) cum XI International Geographical Union (IGU) Commission Seminar on Environment and Sustainable Livelihood, organized by B. Borooah College, Guwahati, India  8-10 February, 2018.

[25]

4th  International Seminar on Population, Urbanization and Environment: Contemporary Issues and Challenges, organized by Department of Geography, University of Gour Banga, West Bengal, India, 21-22 March, 2018.

[26]

National Seminar on The World of Geography Organized by Foundation of Practicing Geography, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 23-24 March, 2018.

[27]

12th World Congress of the RSAI Spatial Systems: Social Integration, Regional Development and Sustainability: GOA, India. 29th May to 1 June, 2018.

[28]

2nd Annual Conference on Regional Science Organized b y Bangladesh Regional Science Association (BRSA), Center for Regional Development Studies (CRDS) and Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), October 25-26, 2018.  

[29]

Golden Jubilee Regional Science Association International Conference on RSAI Organized by Institute for Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE), Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh Private University Regulatory Commission (MPPURC), Bhopal and Regional Science Association of India (RSAI), February 20-22, 2019.

[30]

XII International Geographical Union (IGU) India International Conference on Climate Change, Natural Disasters and Sustainable Development, organized by Govt. P. G. College, Sector 1, Panchkula (Haryana), India  February 22-24, 2019.

[31]

National Seminar on Geography as Spatial Science: Contemporary Issues and Challenges  Organized by Department of Geography, Aliah University in collaboration with Foundation of Practicing Geography, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, 08-09 March, 2019.

[32]

2nd Water Convention Organized by Khulna University and World Vision, Bangladesh, 01-02 August, 2019.

[33]

31th Annual Conference of the Indian Institute of Geomorphologists (IGI) & National Seminar on “Applications of Geospatial Technology in Geomorphology and Environment” organized by Department of Geography and Applied Geography, University of North Bengal, Sliguri, West Bengal, India, November 12-14, 2019.

[34]

Conference on Environmental Solutions for Sustainable Development: Towards Developed Bangladesh (CESSD 2019) organized by Forest and Environment Affairs sub-committee of Bangladesh Awami League Dhaka Bangladesh, November 27-28, 2019.

[35]

International Symposium on “Environment, Disaster and Health” organized by International Society for Photogrammery and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) and Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies (IDMVS), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, December 18-20, 2019.

[36]

International Conference on Planning Sustainable Regions: The Social-Economic-Ecological Triad & 51st Annual Conference of the Regional Science Association of India (RSAI), organized by Amity University Kolkata, West Bengal, India, February 13-15, 2020.

[37]

4th International Conference on Sustainable Development Towards A Green future organized by United International University (UIU) Dhaka Bangladesh, February 18-19, 2020.

[38]

XIV International Geographical Union (IGU) India,  International Conference on “Agriculture, Food, Water, Biodiversity and Health in Changing Climate”, organized by Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India  March 6-8, 2020.

[39]

International Webinar conference on “Demographic Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic’ Organized by Department of Geography, Aliah University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India, May 28, 2020.

[40]

International Webinar conference on “Challenges of E-learning Environment” Organized by Department of Geography, Karim City College, Jamshedpur, India, June 02, 2020.

[41]

International Webinar conference on “Challenges and Future Prospects in Higher Education with special reference to Covid-19 Pandemic’ Organized by Department of Geography, Institute of Advanced Studies Education, Rajasthan, India, June 13, 2020.

[42]

International Webinar conference on “COVID-19 Responsive Climate Change Adaptation in Bangladesh: Opportunities and Challenges”. Organized by AOSED-An Organization for Socio-Economic Development, Bangladesh.  July 14, 2020.

[43]

National Webinar conference on “20 Years of BAPA” at 5 pm Dhaka time on the 18th of July 2020.

[44]

International Webinar conference on “The Impact of Urban Development on Agricultural Activities at Peri-Urban Areas”. Jointly Organized by Bangladesh National Geographical Association (BNGA) and Department of Geography and Environment, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Bangladesh. August 25, 2020.

[45]

International Webinar conference on “Emerging Disaster Issues: Causes and Consequences”. Organized by Department of Geography, Katwa, Purba Bardhaman, West Bengal, India. August 27, 2020.

[46]

International Webinar conference on “Remote Sensing Applications in Agriculture”. Organized by Piesat International Information Technology Limited, New Delhi, India. August 28, 2020.

[46]

1st International Webinar conference on “Policy Dialogues”. Organized by Centre for Women and Environmental Security, Bangladesh. September 5-6, 2020.

[47]

International Webinar conference on “Innovations in Disaster Risk Reduction: Aiming Towards a Resilient Society”. Organized by Department of Geography, Diamond Harbour Women’s University, India In collaboration with IGU Commission on Hazard and Risk, International Geographical Union (IGU).  September 10-11, 2020.

[48]

International Webinar conference on “Covid-19 Pandemic from the Eyes of Geography: Global, National and Regional Perspectives”. Organized by Department of Geography, Gauhati University, Guwahati (Assam, India) In collaboration with Commonwealth Geographical Bureau (CGB).  September 11-12, 2020.

[49]

International Webinar on “Recent Advances in Environmental Research” Organized By Department of Geography University of Gour Banga, West Bengal, India. September 24-25, 2020. 

[50]

International Webinar on “COVID -19 Pandemic - A Geo-ecological Perspective” Organized by Foundation of Practising Geographers, Kolkata, India. September 26-27, 2020. 

[51]

International webinar entitled “Perspectives of STEM Education in Bangladesh During and Post COVID-19 Scenarios” Organized by Khulna University bdSTEM Society. October 17, 2020.

[52]

International Webinar on “Agriculture in the Time of Climate Change” Organized by Sciety for Action, Mobilization and Justice [SAMAJ] New Delhi, India. October 24, 2020

[53]

International Webinar on “Living Deltas Hub Bangladesh: Securing a Sustainable Future for Delta Dwellers” Jointly Organized by UK Research and Innovation’s (UKRI), Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) and Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh. November 05, 2020

[54]

International Geographical Union (IGU) and India  International Conference on International Webinar on “Global to Local Sustainability & Future Earth” Organized by Department of Geography, Faculty of Earth Sciences, Mohanlal  Sukhadia University, Udaipur,  India.  December 18-20, 2020.

[55]

4th  International Conference on Bangladesh Environment (ICBEN)-2020. Organized by Bangladesh Poribesh Andolon (BAPA) and Bangladesh Environment Network (BEN), Bangladesh, December 26-27, 2020.

[56]

International Webinar on “Natural Resource  Management using Geospatial Technologies : Applications in Groundwater Management” Organized by Piesat International Information Technology Limited & Sam Higginbottom  University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, New Delhi, India.  30th December 2020.

[57]

International Webinar on “Human Geography and Health: Contemporary Issues and Intersections” Organized by Department of Geography, Lady Brabourne College, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.  13th January 2021.

[58]

 

International Webinar on Natural Resource Management using Geospatial Technologies : Application in Forestry (Forest Fire and Inventory)" Organized by Piesat International Information Technology Limited & Sam Higginbottom  University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, New Delhi, India.  26th February 2021.

[59]

 

Webinar on “Climate change impact on the environment of southern coaster region of Bangladesh”. Organized by Association for Land Reform and Development (ALRD), Dhaka Bangladesh,  May 24, 2021.

[60]

 

International Webinar on Contemporary Environmental Scenario: A Geospatial Appraisal organised by the Department of Geography, Barasat Government College, India in collaboration with Regional Science Association, India supported by Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Barasat Government College, India.  June 05 2021.

[61]

 

International Webinar on "Environmental Disaster: Issues, Impacts and Mitigation" organized by Post Graduate Department of Geography, in collaboration with IQAC, Krishnagar Government College, Krishnagar, Nadia, West Bengal, India on 14th July, 2021.

[62]

 

IGS Annual Conference (webinar) on "Renaissance of Indian Geography: Trends & Implications " organized by Indian Geographical Society (IGS) in collaboration with Department of Geography, University of Madras, India on 29-31th July, 2021.

[63]

 

International Webinar on “Understanding our Universe & Study of Earths Resources” Organized by the Department of Physics & IQAC, C N B College, Bokakhat, Assam, India.  August 05-06, 2021.

[64]

 

International Webinar on “Disaster Risk Reduction, Resilience and Sustainability” Organized by the Post Graduate Department of Geography in Collaboration with IQAC, Haldia Government College, Debhog, Purba Medinipur, Pin-721657, West Bengal, India.  August 28, 2021.

[65]

 

International Webinar on “Geospatial Technology Applications” Organized by the Department of Geography, Diamond Harbour Women’s University in collaboration with Indian Society of Remote Sensing (Kolkata Chapter), West Bengal, India.  September 16, 2021.

[66]

International Webinar on “River and Changing Riverine Ecosystem” Organized by the Foundation of Practicing Geography, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.  September 25-26, 2021.



List of Masters (MSc) Theses Supervised:

Sl. No.

Name of the Students

Titles

[1]

S.M. Jafor Iqbal

Monitoring and Mapping of Urban Sprawl using GIS: A Case Study of Jessore Municipality.

[2]

Md. Ahsanul  Hoque

Optimal Land Use Planning for Sustainable Agricultural Development in Jessore region using GIS and Remotely Sensed Data  

[3]

Md. Israfil

GIS Based Optimal Route Selection option for Fire Service Vehicle in Khulna City Corporation, Bangladesh

[4]

Md. Abdul Halim

Land use/Land cover Pattern Analysis using GIS in Pabna Municipalities, Bangladesh

[5]

Farhana Afroj

A Comparative Study of Improving Urban Services Delivery for Environmental Management in Poor Settlement, Bangladesh

[6]

Chandan Kumar Paul

Water Safety Plans in Bangladesh: Situation and Need Analysis

[7]

Subroto Kumar Dey

Assessment of Vulnerability & Adaptation options for Climate Change using GIS in Khulna of Bangladesh

[8]

Samir Hori

Environmental Aspects of Landuse and Cropping Patterns of Keshabpur Upazila of Jessore, Bangladesh

[9]

Dewan Mohammad Ershad

Reducing Flood Impact on Road Transportation System Using GIS in South-West Region, Bangladesh 

[10]

Bipon Kumar Saha

Suitable Site Selection for Sustainable Shrimp Culture Using GIS and Remote Sensing Database in Shyamnagar Upazilla, Satkhira, Bangladesh

[11]

Md. Abdus Salam

Assessing Adaptation to Gender Vulnerabilities due to Natural Disaster - A study on south west coastal Bangladesh

[12]

Md. Nazmul Hoque Sumon

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) on Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction Plans and Programmes in Kurigram Disrtict in Bangladesh

[13]

Mahabub-Ur-Rahman

Economic Vulnerability of Disaster in Land Productivity:  A Case for Mongla Upazila, Bagerhat, Bangladesh

[14]

Sumaiya Begum

Land Cover Change Analysis Around the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest of Bangladesh using Remote Sensing and GIS Application

[15]

Nepal Chandra Sarkar

Imapct on the Growth of Rubber Plants (Hevea brasiliensis) in Relation to Soil Properties

[16]

Md Ayub Ali

Effects of Salinity Intrusion on Livelihood Pattern in South-West Coastal Region, Bangladesh

[17]

Md. Esa Mia

Estimating Contribution of Briquette as a source of cooking energy in KCC area 

[18]

Kallol Biswas

Modelling Urban Sprawl and Land Use Change pattern in Chittagong City Corporation by using Remote Sensing and GIS Technique

[19]

Sadia Afrin

Climate change and health impact in South West Coastal Bangladesh

[20]

Gourab Bin Hussain

Evaluation of Water Management in Coastal Regions of Bangladesh

[21]

Md. Mamunur Rashid

Disaster Vulnerabilities and Resilience among Extreme Poor People of South West Coastal Bangladesh

[22]

Subarna Sarker

Impact of Nnatural Disaster on Human Development: A Case Study on dacope upazila in khulna District

[23]

Sanjida Akter

 

Disaster Risk Reduction Intervention through Infrastructure Rehabilitation in South-West Bangladesh

[24]

Tamalika Sarkar

 

Cyclone Signal and Community Response in Mitigating Vulnerability in DacopeUpazilla of Khulna District, Bangladesh

[25]

Ahsan Imam

 

Assessment of Morphometric Change of Lower Meghna River of Bangladesh using Remotely Sensed Data

[26]

Md. Al-Amin

 

Temporal Land Use Change Pattern of Kaptai Lake and Surrounding Area using Remotely Sensed Data

[27]

Md. Golam Azam

Assessing Climate Change Vulnerability of Bangladesh using GIS Approaches

[28]

Mahjabin Ahmed

 

Application of Pressure and Release (PAR) Model to Assess the Vulnerability to Cyclone: A Case Study on South-West Coastal Region in Bangladesh

[29]

Mahbuba Yeasmin

Assessing Farmers Sensibility of Climate Change and Agricultural Adaptation Deftness in Jalma Union, Khulna

[30]

Rahmina Afroz

Potential Impacts of Environmental Issues on Water Security and Quality of Portable Water under Stressed Condition in Dacope Upazila Khulna

[31]

Shamim Rahman

Changing Perceptions of Forest Value and Attitudes towards Management of the Sundarbans

[32]

Md. Bariul Musabbir

 

A Comparative Analysis of Social Capital for Reducing the Effect of Disaster on Social Vulnerabilities in South West Bangladesh: A Social Exchange Theory Approach

[33]

A. K. M. Sabid Bin Naiem

A Comparative Study on Physical Vulnerability Assessment of Disaster Risk Reduction in South West Region of Bangladesh

[34]

Jafrin Sultana Jeba

Medical Waste Management in Khulna City Corporation

[35]

Nourin Afroz Nisha

Impact of Salinity on Food Security: A Case Study on South West Coastal, Bangladesh

[36]

Md. Monjurul Haque

 

Morphological Study of Modhumoti River Based on GIS and Its Significance

[37]

Makami Benozir Joyti

 

An Assessment on the Risk Management Strategies Oriented Towards Enhancing Food Security in South West Coastal Bangladesh

[38]

Aditi Najnin Ani

 

An Assessment on Pathways of the Climatic Change Adaptation to External Stressors in Coastal Natural Resources Depended Communities: A Study on Gabura Union, Shyamnagar Upazilla, Satkhira District

[39]

Mumtahina Islam

 

An Assessment of the Relationship Between Cultural Diversity and Disaster Preparedness in Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh

[40]

Ahsanul Kabir Herok

 

Resettlement and Rehabilitation Program of an Infrastructure Development Project: A Case Study of Padma Multipurpose Bridge

 


 List of Undergraduate (BSc) Theses Supervised:

Sl.No.

Name of the Students

Titles

[1]

Md. Ahsanul  Hoque

Site Suitability Analysis for Solid Waste Disposal using GIS: A Case Study on KCC Area.

[2]

Md. Israfil

Assessment of Physical Aspect of an Urban Environment Using GIS Technique: A Case Study.

[3]

Farhana Afroj

Improving Urban Services Delivery for Environmental Management: A Case Study of Khulna City

[4]

Dewan Mohammad Ershad

Site Suitability Analysis for a Satellite Town of Khulna City using GIS: A Case Study

[5]

Somir Hori

Identification and Analysis of Major Hazards on Human Health: A Study on Khulna City

[6]

Khodega Kulsum

Space Use and City Expansion: A Study on Dhanmondi R/A Area, Dhaka.

[7]

Md. Modasser Hossain Khan

Analysis of Water Logging Problem and Its Environmental Effects Using GIS Approaches in Khulna City, Bangladesh

[8]

Bipon Kumar Saha

Flood Monitoring and Its Damage Analysis Using GIS Approach in Mohammadpur Upazila, Magura, Bangladesh

[9]

Md. Abdus Sattar

Upgradation of Slum and Sustainable Urban Environmental Development in Khulna City, Bangladesh

[10]

Md. Nazimul Islam

Urban Flooding and Community Safety in Khulna City, Bangladesh

[11]

Md. Mahfuzul Huq

 

Status and Factor Evaluation of Food Security in Sarankhola Upazila at Bagerhat District, Bangladesh

[12]

Md.Emran Ibna Rahman

 

Changes in Land Use and Land Value Pattern of the Urban Fringe Area  Using GIS approach in Aijganti Union, Rupsha Thana, Khulna District

[13]

A.K.M.Humayan Kabir Dewan

Disaster Risk Analysis Using GIS Approach in Sarankhola Upazila, Bagherhat

[14]

Md. Esa Mia

An Analysis of Cooking Energy Consumption Pattern of an Urban area, Ward no.-30, Khulna

[15]

Azaz Mohammad

Site selection analysis for a cyclone shelter by using GIS approach in Southkhali union, Sarankhola upazila under Bagerhat district, Bangladesh

[16]

Md. Safiqul Islam

Impact Assessment Of Aila On Agricultural Crop Production And Subsequent Income Changes In Koyra Upazila, Bangladesh

[17]

Md. Imran Pradan

Agricultural adaptation to climate change intervention of Koyra in Khulna, Bangladesh

[18]

Saidur Rahman

Community Based Risk Assessment (CRA) and Local Risk Reduction Strategies of Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh

[19]

Uzzwal Kumar Biswas

Assessment of Changing Livelihood Pattern due to Climate Induced Vulnerability and Mechanism of Adaptation in Sarankhola Upazilla, Bagerhat

[20]

Farhana Rahman

Studies on the Blue Green Algal Flora of Rice Fields in Around Khulna, Bangladesh

[21]

Nusrat Jahan

Agricultural Adaptation due to Salinity Intrusion in the South-Western Coastal Region of Bangladesh

[22]

Kousik Ahmed

Participatory Community Risk Assessment and Action Plan for Local Risk Reduction Strategies of Sutarkhali Union under Dacope Upazila,  Khulna

[23]

Rehana Parvin

Impact of Aila on Agriculture and Livelihood in the     Southwestern Coastal Region of Bangladesh

[24]

Khandoker Alamgir Noory

Land Use Change Analysis in Laskar Union under Paikgacha Upazilla using GIS applications

[25]

Md. Rakibul Hasan

Assessment of Livelihood Pattern of Wetland Community of Khulna Region

[26]

Md. Razib Vhuiyan

Development a Disaster Risk Index (DRI) of Southwest Coastal Zone of Bangladesh using GIS Tools

[27]

Mst. Ripa Monalisha

Studies on the Blue-Green Algee of Rice Fields in around Khulna, Bangladesh

[28]

Zafrin Akhtar

Studies on the Blue-Green Algee of Jute Fields in around Khulna, Bangladesh

[29]

Dilruba Peya

Assessment of Environmental Degradation due to Water Logging and Its remedial measures at Kapotaksha Basin Area

[30]

Habibunnahar Nupur

An Investigation on Occupation Health and Safety Standards Followed by the farmers during pesticide application in Rupsa Upaila, Khulna, Bangladesh

[31]

Anushree Das

Improving Urban Services Delivery for Environmental Management – A Comparative Study of Khulna City and Rajshahi City, Bangladesh

[32]

Orunima Islam

Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA) in Disaster Resilience of an Ecosystem Based Coastal Community 

[33]

Md. Rakibul Huda

Ecotourism in the Sundarbans: A way of sustainable development in south-western region of Bangladesh

[34]

Syed Afroz Keramat

Climate Change and  Socioeconomic Vulnerability: Role of Social Safety Net Programs in Bangladesh

[35]

Nadia Afrin

Assessment of Vulnerabilities and Contribution of Women in Disaster Risk Reduction through Coping Strategies of Sutarkhali Union under Dacope Upazila, Khulna

[36]

Zakia Sultana

Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in a Changing Climate: A Study at Atulia Union Under Shyamnagar Upazilla, Satkhira

[37]

Subarna Sarker

Long term effect of natural disasters on education: A study on Sutarkhali and Kamarkhola union under Dacope Upazilla, Khulna, Bangladesh

[38]

Persia Nargis

Risk assessment at community level in Dacope Upazilla, Khulna

[39]

Tamalika Sarkar

Assessing the impacts of cement factory on the surrounding environment  of Shun Shing Cement Mills Ltd. Lobanchora, Khulna, Bangladesh

[40]

Sara Rahman

Social Vulnerability Index in South-West Bangladesh

[41]

Md Golam Azam

Monitoring Urban Growth and Land Use Change Detection with Remote Sensing Data in Jhenaidah Municipality

[42]

Mehzabin Ahmed

Assessing the Impacts of Disaster on Children and Risk Reduction Strategies in Kamarkhola and Sutrakhali Union under Dacope Upazila

[43]

Ratul Islam

Macrobenthic Assemblages in Mongla Area

[44]

Mahbuba Yeasmin

Challenges of Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change of Raingamari Village  in Khulna, Bangladesh

[45]

Rahina Afroz

An Assessment on Occupational Hazards of Rice Mill Workers in Batiaghata Upazila, Khulna

[46]

Fatema Tamanna

Assessment of Cropping Patterns at Raingamari Village under Jalma Union in Khulna District

[47]

Abdulla Al Mahmud

Assessment of Community Resilience Factors for Natural Disasters at Bajua Union under Dacope Upazila in Khulna District

[48]

Md Bariul Musabbir

Knowledge and Practice in Building Social Capital for Sustainable Disaster Management in South West Coastal Bangladesh

[49]

A.K.M. Sabid Bin Naiem

Assessing Physical Vulnerability to Promote Disaster Resilience Society in South West Coastal Bangladesh

[50]

Jannatul Ferdaus

Experiences and Practices in Reducing Hazard Vulnerabilities of South West Coastal Bangladesh

[51]

Shahana Akter

Demographic Determinants of Disaster Preparedness Behavior among the inhabitants of  South West Coastal Bangladesh

[52]

Saiful Islam Imran

Assessing Vulnerabilities and Resilience of Person with Disabilities during Disasters in Dacope Upazila 

[53]

Ahsanul Kabir Herok

Medical Waste Management in Rangpur City Corporation Area 

[54]

Sarmin Akter Bristy

 

Analyzing Settlement Pattern Of A Poldered Ecosystem

Through GIS And Remotely Sensed Data In Coastal Bangladesh

[55]

Souvik Sarker

 

Morphological Changes of Rivers with Space and Time in a Poldered Ecosystem in Lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh

[56]

Ruhul Amin

 

Polderization and Physical Environment – the Driving Link in Occupational Dynamics of Lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh

[57]

A.S.M. Shakil Neaj

 

Changes in Landscape in a Poldered Ecosystem in the Lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh using GIS and Remote Sensing Data

[58]

Ishrat Alam Protyasha

Changes in Migration Patterns in Poldered Ecosystem of Lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh

 


Doctor of Philosophy in GIS Application

Post Graduate Diploma in Remote Sensing & GIS from Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun, India under SHARES fellowship.

Training course on Land Information System (LIS) from Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS), Dehradun, India under SHARES fellowship.

Masters in Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

Honours in Geography & Environmental Studies, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh

1. Physical Environment
2. Disaster Management
3. Environmental Planning and Management
4. GIS and Remote Sensing

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List of Publications

a) In Books chapter:

[01]

Md Mujibor Rahman 2021. COVID-19 Impact Assessment of Human Health: An Exploratory Study in South Coastal Region of Bangladesh. In Book Chapter: Foundation of Practising Geographers Calcutta: 91-112.

[02]

Muhammad Shariful Islam, AKM Sabid Bin Naiem, Md Mujibor Rahman and Md Muzinur Rahman 2019. Assessing Physical Vulnerability to promote Disaster Resilience Society in South West Coastal Bangladesh. In Book Chapter: Foundation of Practising Geographers Calcutta: 10-32.

[03]

Shak Md. Bazlur Rahaman, Khandaker Anisul Huq, and Md. Mujibor Rahman 2014, Identifying Suitable Sites of Shrimp Culture in Southwest Bangladesh Using GIS and Remote Sensing Data;            In Book Chapter 19: C.W. Finkl and C. Makowski (eds.), Remote Sensing and Modeling: Advances in Coastal and Marine Resources, Coastal Research Library 9, DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-06326-3_19, © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014.

  

b) In Journals:

[01]

Jafrin Sultana Jeba and Md. Mujibor Rahman. 2020. Medical waste management in Khulna City Corporation, Bangladesh. DOI: 10.48008/ngji.1750 NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICAL JOURNAL OF INDIA NGJI, An International Peer-Reviewed Journal NGSI-BHU, ISSN: 0027-9374/2020/1750 Vol. 66, No. 4, December 2020

[02]

K. K. A. Ansari, A. K. Azad and M. M. Rahman. 2020.  Exploring the State of Soil Chemical Properties Linked to Salinity in South-Central Coast Bangladesh; Bangladesh J. Environ. Sci., 38: 78-85.

[03]

Muhammad Shariful Islam, Md. Mujibor Rahman and Shamsun Nahar 2020. Knowledge Sharing for Disaster Risk Reduction: A Social Exchange Theory Perspective, Social Science Journal, Faculty of Social Science, University of Rajshahi, ISSN: 1728-1474, Vol. 24 (Special Issue), March 2020, pp: 359-370.

[04]

Dilip Kumar Datta, Prosun Kumar Ghosh, Md. Rezaul Karim and Md. Mujibor Rahman 2019. Geochemical options for water security in a coastal urban agglomerate of Lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh, ELSEVIER Journal of Geochemical Exploration journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/gexplo

[05]

M. A. Razzaque, M. Alamgir  and Rahman M.M  2018.  Climate Change Vulnerability in Dacope Upazila, Bangladesh,  Journal of Scientific Research & Reports.  21(4): 1-12.

[06]

Islam M. S. and Rahman M. M.  2018. Factors Governing Practice of Disaster Preparedness Behavior amongst the Inhabitants of Barunpara in Southwest Coastal Region, Bangladesh; Journal of Environmental Research And Development; 13(1): 01-06.

[07]

K. K. A. Ansari, A. K. Azad and M. M. Rahman. 2018.  Extent of River Bank Erosion in Barishal District: Conducted in two selected Upazilas; Bangladesh; Bangladesh J. Environ. Sci., 34: 83-88.

[08]

M.M. Rahman. 2017. Economic Vulnerability of Disaster Land Productivity: A Case for Mongla Upazila, Bagerhat District, Bangladesh, American Journal of Social Studies, 1(1): 79-89.

[09]

M.M. Rahman , M. A Amin  and M M Rahman  2017. Vegetation Health Monitoring Through Remote Sensing  Approach of Khulna City, Bangladesh, Practising Geographer (Journal of the Foundation of Practising Geographers). 21 (2): 73-92.

[10]

M.M. Rahman and S  Sarker 2017. Long Term Effect of Natural Disaster on Education: A Study on Sutarkhily and Kamarkhola union under Dacope Upazila, Khulna, Bangladesh, Practising Geographer (Journal of the Foundation of Practising Geographers), 21 (1):  31-50.

[11]

M.M. Rahman and M G Azam 2017. Monitoring Urban Expansion of Jhenaidh, Bangladesh through LULC Chnage Detection by Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques, Journal of Science and Technology. 7(1&2) 1-15.

[12]

Afrin, S. and M.M. Rahman. 2015. Climate Change and Health Impact in Koyra Upazilla under Khulna District of Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology. 11(6): 09-15.

[13]

Islam. O and M. M. Rahman, 2014. Sustainable Livelihood Approach (SLA) in Disaster Resilience of an Ecosystem Based Coastal Community. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Development.  10(2):01-06.

[14]

M. M. Rahman, M. S. Islam, Z. Akhtar,M. M. Billah and M. M. Rahman, 2013. Changes in land use and land value pattern of the urban fringe area Using GIS approach in Aijganti union of Rupsha Thana under Khulna District. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 4(3):01-05.

[15]

M. M. RAHMAN, M. S. ISLAM, Z. AKHTAR, M. M. BILLAH and M. M. RAHMAN. 2013. Nutritional Status Of School Going Slum Children In Khulna City Of Bangladesh. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 4(2):34-39.

[16]

Farhana Rahman , a. B. M. Wohidul Islam, M. M. Rahman and Mohammad Zaber Hossain. 2013.  Studies on the Blue Green Algal Flora of Rice fields in South Western Region of Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technique. 9(3):40-46.

[17]

S. SHAMSI, S. YESMIN, M. M. RAHMAN, M. M. BILLAH and M. M. RAHMAN. 2013. Nutritional status and dietary pattern of urban and rural Adolescent girls: a comparative study. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 4(2):27-33.

[18]

M. M. Rahman  and M. M. Huq, 2012. Status and Factor Evaluation of Food Security in Sarankhola

Upazila at Bagerhat District, Bangladesh, Prime University Journal, Prime University. 6 (2):139-162.

[19]

M. M. Rahman, S. K. Paul and  K. Biswas 2011 Earthquake and Dhaka City-An Approach to manage the Impact. Journal of Science Foundation, Bangladesh Science Foundation, 9(1 & 2):65-75.

[20]

M. M. Rahman and S. Begum 2011 Land Cover Change Analysis Around the Sundarbans Mangrove Forest of Bangladesh Using Remote Sensing and GIS Application. Journal of Science Foundation, Bangladesh Science Foundation, 9(1 & 2):95-107.

[21]

M. M. Rahman and C. K. Paul 2011 Implementation of Water Safety Plans in Bangladesh: Situation and Need Analysis. Journal of Science Foundation, Bangladesh Science Foundation, 9(1 & 2):141-161.

[22]

M. M. Rahman, and B. K Saha, 2011. Flood Monitoring and Damage Analysis Using GIS Approach in Mohammadpur Upazila, Magura, Bangladesh, Journal of Science and Technology, A Journal of the Mawlana Bhashani Science and Technology University, Santosh, Tnagail-1902. 1(2):129-148.

[23]

M. M. Rahman,  R. Hossan, M. I. Pradan and M. M. Rahman, 2011. Agricultural Adaptation to Climate Change Intervention of some selected Area of south western Costal Region in Bangladesh, International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 2(3):01-07.

[24]

Rahman, M.M. 2011. A sustainable solid waste management system towards tourism development in the Kuakata sea beach, Bangladesh.  Proceedings of the WasteSafe 2011- 2nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries, 13-15 February 2011, Khulna, Bangladesh. Pp 174 (1-8).

[25]

Rahman, S.S , Bagum, N.N and Rahman, M.M. 2010. Status of Stakesholders of Shrimp Marketing Channel in Bagerhat District with a View to Environmental Protection and Management. Khulna University Studies. 10 (1 & 2): 99-105.

[26]

M. M. Rahman,  M. A. Salam, M. Islam and J. Nayeem. 2010. Assessing Adaptation to Gender Vulnerabilities due to Natural Disaster - A study on South West Coastal Bangladesh,  International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(6):35-41.

[27]

M. M. Rahman, N. Jahan, P. C. Biswas and M. M. Rahman 2010, Agricultural Adaptation due to Salinity Intrusion in the South West Coastal of Bangladesh,  International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(5):07-13.

[28]

M. M. Rahman, R. Pervin, P. C. Biswas and M. M. Rahman 2010, Impact of AILA on Agriculture and Livelihood in the South West Bangladesh International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(6):42-47.

[29]

R. Hossan, S. Parvin, M. M. Islam, M. M. Rahman  and M. M. Rahman 2010, Feeding Problems in Urban and Rural areas of Khulna District, International Journal of Social Development & information System. 1(5):22-28.

[30]

M. M.  Rahman, K.  Ahmed, P. C.  Biswas, M. M.  Rahman and M. A. Islam  2010,  Participatory Community Risk Assessment and Action Plan for Local Risk Reduction Strategies of Natural Disaster in Dacope Upazilla, International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(5):14-20.

[31]

S. Khatun; M.M. Rahman; S. Yesmin and M.M. Rahman. 2010. Analysis, Design and Development of Balanced Diet of School Going Children in Khulna City, Bangladesh. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(3):27-32.

[32]

N. Fatimah; M.M. Rahman; S. Yesmin and M.M. Rahman. 2010. Assessment of Food Safety in Restaurant, Automobile Hotels & Bakeries and the Effects of Human Health in Khulna city, Bangladesh. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(3):33-38.

[33]

J. Nayeem; M.M. Rahman; S. Yesmin and M.M. Rahman. 2010. Assessment of Orphan Children and Its Effect of Society in Khulna City, Bangladesh. International Journal of Social Development & Information System. 1(3):22-26.

[34]

Rahman, M.M.; Rahman, S.; M.A. Alam; Rahman, M.M. and M. Asaduzzaman 2009. Community Based Risk Assessment (CRA) and Local Risk Reduction Strategies at Southwest Coastal Region of Bangladesh. Journal of Science Foundation, Bangladesh Science Foundation,7(2):21-31.

[35]

Rahman, M.M.; Islam, M.S.; M.A. Alam; Rahman, M.M. and M. Asaduzzaman 2009. Impact Assessment of AILA on Agricultural Crop Production and Subsequent Income Changes in Koyra Upazila, Bangladesh. Journal of Science Foundation, Bangladesh Science Foundation,7(2):33-42.

[36]

Rahman, M.M.; Hoque, M.A. and Kabir, S.M.H. 2009.  Implementation of FAO Land Evaluation Model in GIS and Analysis of Land Suitability for sustainable agricultural Development in Jesssore region, Bangladesh through GIS tools. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science. 17: 126-133.

[37]

Rahman, M.M. 2009. Spatial Decision Support System for Planning Location of Additional Village Amenities Considering Isotropic & Anisotropic Cost Distance, Plan Plus, 5(1):111-122.

[38]

Rahman, M.M. and Sattar, M.A. 2009. Upgradation of Slum and Sustainable Urban Environmental Development in Khulna City, Bangladesh. Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies, 32: 149-162.

[39]

Rahman, M.M.; Hori, S. and Dey, S.K. 2009.  Environmental aspects of land use and cropping patterns of Keshobpur upazila of Jessore, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Research. 7:73-83.

[40]

Rahman, M.M.; Hoque, M.A. and Kabir, S.M.H. 2009.  Analysis of soil nutrient condition for sustainable agricultural management in Jesssore region, Bangladesh through GIS tools. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science. 16: 36-41.

[41]

Rahman, M.M., M. R. Islam, M.S. Islam, M.S. Rahman and M.M. Rahman, 2009. Professional challenges of fisherman community of Raraikhali village at Bagerhat district in Bangladesh. International Journal of Animal and Fisheries Science, 2(3): 219-225.

[42]

Rahman, M.M., AK.M. Akhteruzzaman, M.M.H. Khan, A. Jabbar and M.M. Rahman .2009. Analysis of water logging problem and its environmental effects using GIS approaches in Khulna city of Bangladesh. Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development. 6(2): 572-577.

[43]

Rahman, M.M. and Dey, S.K. and Hori, S. 2008. Assessment of Vulnerability and Adaptation Options for Climate Change in Coastal Region of Bangladesh. The Journal of Geo-Environment, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Rajshahi University, Vol 8: 41-59.

[44]

Rahman, S.S; Bagum, N.N. and Rahman, M.M. 2008.  Status of stakesholders of shrimp marketing channelin Bagerhat district. Prime University Journal. 2(2):18-40.

[45]

Rahman, M.M., Hori, S. and Rahman, M. M. 2008. Analysis of Major Hazards on Human Health in Khulna City. Khulna University Studies. 9(2): 91-100.

[46]

Roy, K.R.; Islam, A.B.M.W.; Khan, M.A.M.; Rahman, M.M. and Zaman, M. 2008. Zooplankton in a Managed Pond in Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies. 9(2): 91-100.

[47]

S. Islam, M.N. Islam and Rahman, M.M. 2008.Trends in the age pattern of female marriage in Bangladesh: An application of Coale’s model. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 3(1&2): 87-92. 

[48]

S. Islam, M.N. Islam and Rahman, M.M. 2008.Marriage pattern and its differentials in Bangladeshi females. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 3(1&2): 93-98. 

[49]

Rahman, M.M., S.M.Z. Iqbal and M.M. Rahman 2008. Mapping and analysis of urban versus population growth by GIS in Jessore municipality from 1985 to 2006. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 3(1&2): 99-104. 

[50]

S. S. Rahman, K. Azam2, N. N. Bagum and Rahman, M. M. 2008 Status of stakesholders of shrimp marketing channel in Bagerhat district with view to food Safety. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 3(1&2): 129-136. 

[51]

Roy, K.R.; Islam, A.B.M.W.; Khan, M.A.M.; Rahman, M.M. and Zaman, M. 2008. Zooplankton in a Managed Pond in Rajshahi, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies. 9(1): 91-100.

[52]

Islam, A.B.M.W.; Roy, K.R.; Manira, M.S.; Rahman, M.M. and Zaman, M. 2008. Euglenoid Algae from Shrimp Culture Ponds in Khulna, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies. 9(1): 79-84.

[53]

Rahman, M.M. and Iqbal, S.M.Z. 2007. Changes of Land Use Pattern in Jessore Municipality, Bangladesh. The Journal of Geo-Environment, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Rajshahi University, Vol 7: 48-61.

[54]

Rahman, M.M. and Iqbal, S.M.Z. 2007. Changes of Land Use Pattern in Jessore Municipality, Bangladesh. The Journal of Geo-Environment, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Rajshahi University, Vol 7: 48-61.

[55]

Islam, S. and Rahman, M.M. 2007. Change Pattern in Marital Status in Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 2(1&2): 129-134.

[56]

Islam, A.B.M.W.; Manira, M.S.; Rahman, M.M. and Zaman, M. 2007. Blue Green Algae (BGA) of Two Shrimp Ghers at Khulna, Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 2(1&2): 123-128.

[57]

Islam, A.B.M.W.; Manira, M.S.; Rahman, M.M. and Zaman, M. 2007. Zooplankton of Two Shrimp Ghers at Khulna, Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 2(1&2): 117-122.

[58]

Rahman, M.M.; Sultana, K.R. and Hoque, M.A. 2008. Suitable Sites for Urban Solid Waste Disposal Using GIS approach in Khulna City, Bangladesh. Proc. Pakistan Acad Sci. 45(1):11-22.

[59]

Manira, M.S.; Islam, A.B.M.W.; Islam, M.S.; Rahman, M.M. and Mutafi, N.N. 2008. Electricity Savings by Using Energy Efficient Bulb. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka. 5(2):322-327.

[60]

Khan, M.A.M.; Islam, A.B.M.W.; Roy, K.R.; Rahman, M.M. and Nadurazzaman, A.T.M. 2008. Homestead Flora (trees) at Rajshahi in Bangladesh. International Journal of Sustainable Agricultural Technology, Dhaka. 4(4):66-70.   

[61]

Rahman, Sk.S.; Azam, K.; Bagum, N.N. and Rahman, M.M. 2008. Status of Stakesholders of Shrimp Marketing Chaneel at Bagerhat. Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development. 5(3): 344-350.

[62]

Ali, M.A.; Islam, M.S. and Rahman, M.M. 2008. Role of Dhaka Ahsania Mission (DAM) for Poverty Alleviation of Rural Women in Bangladesh: A Case Study. Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development. 5(3): 305-310.

[63]

Rahman, M.M.; Iqbal, S.M.Z.; Rahman, M.M. and Sulltana, K.R. 2008. Landuse Changes By GIS On Jessore Municipality of Bangladesh. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka. 5(2):245-250.

[64]

Manira, M.S.; Islam, A.B.M.W. and Rahman, M.M. 2008. Electricity Savings by Maintaining Standard Illumination Level. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka. 5(2):239-244.

[65]

Azam,M.; Azad, A.K.; Uddin, M.N.; Rahman, M.M. and Shaheduzzaman. 2007. People’s Perception on Noise Problem: A Case Study of Khan Jahan Ali Bridge, Khulna, Bangladesh. Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development. 4(4):168-173.

[66]

Yesmin,S.; Bagum,N.N.; Shamsi,S.; Rahman.M.M. and Rahman, Sk.S. 2007. Child Labour in Bangladesh: A Review. Journal of Socioeconomic Research & Development. 4(4): 174-180.

[67]

Rahman, M.M. and Afroj, F. 2007. The Patterns of Urban Services Delivery System and the Environmental Management in Khulna City. Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies, 30: 153-168.

[68]

Islam, M.S.; Rana, M.M.P.; Ahmed, R. and Rahman, M.M. 2007. Structural Characteristics  and Spatial Organization of Row Food Markets in Rajshahi City, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 8(2): 306-315.

[69]

Masum, S.M.A. and Rahman, M.M. 2007. Planning of Public Bus Services using GIS in Rajshahi City, Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 8(2): 175-188.

[70]

Rahman, M.M. and Ershad, D.M. 2007. Site Suitability Analysis for a Satellite Town of Khulna City using GIS: A case study. Khulna University Studies, 8(1): 79-86.

[71]

Bagum, N.N.; Rahman, S.S.; Yesmin, S.; Rahman, M.M.; Hossain, Q.Z. and Shamsi, S. 2007. Need and Availability of Nutrients for Adolescent Girls. Khulna University Studies, 8(1): 65-72.

[72]

Hassansuzzaman, M. and Rahman,M.M. 2006. Functional Characteristics of Market Centers in Bagerhat District of Bangladesh. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 1(2):39-48.

[73]

Rahman,M.M.; Hoque, M.R.; Mannan, M.A. and Sankar,M. 2006. Air Pollution and City Dwellers: A Study on Different Occupational Groups in Dhaka City. South Asian Journal of Agriculture, Agrotechnology Discipline, Khulna University, 1(1):63-67.

[74]

Datta, D.K.; Kibria, K.Q; Choudhury, M. and Rahman, M.M. 2006. Practicle-Bound Nutrients in and around the Sundarbans, Southwest Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies Special Issue, 43-53.

[75]

Rahman, M.M. and Hoque, M.A. 2006. Site Suitability Analysis for Solid Waste Disposal using GIS: A Study on KCC Area. The Journal of Geo-Environment, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Rajshahi University, 6: 72-86.

[76]

Haque, M.R.; Ahmad, M.J.U.; Chowdhury, M.D.A. and Rahman, M.M. 2006. Seasonal variation in heavy metal concentrations of Glossogobius giuris from the Sundarbans mangrove swamps of Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies, 7(1): 19-26.

[77]

Rahman, M.M.; Haque, M.R.; Sarkar, M. and Hoque, M.A. 2006. Air pollution in Dhaka city and the policy responses: A review. Khulna University Studies, 7(1): 27-32.

[78]

Rahman, M.M. and Subudhi, A.P. 2004. Knowledge Based Spatial Expert Support System in Identifying Suitable Sites for Urban Development in Dehradun City, India” Plan Plus, 1(2):13-25.

[79]

Rahman, M.M. and Subudhi, A.P. 2002. Site Suitability Analysis for Satellite Town of Chandigarh, India, Plan Plus, 1(1):16-28.