Address:

    Professor Soil, Water and Environment Discipline Life Science School Khulna University Khulna-9208

    Email:

    jcjoardar@yahoo.com; jcjoardar@swe.ku.ac.bd

    Contact:

    +88 01913-454881

    Personal Webpage:
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Dr. Jagadish Chandra Joardar

Professor

Research Interest:

Environmental Soil Chemistry, Soil Contaminants and its reclamation

Education

PhD (Japan)

Bio

Experiences


Publication

List of Research Publications

Full Length Article

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S. Sikder and J. C. Joardar 2019. Biochar production from poultry litter as management approach and effects on plant growth, Int J Recycl Org Waste Agricult. 8(1):47-58. DOI 10.1007/s40093-018-0227-5

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J.C. Joardar and B. Basu 2018. Mulching as a management tool for reducing salt stress. Bangladesh J. Soil Sci. 40(2):15-25.

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J.C. JOARDAR, S.A.A. Razir, M. Islam and M.H. Kobir 2018. Salinity impacts on experimental fodder Sorghum production. SAARC J. Agri., 16(1): 145-155. http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/sja.v16i1.37430

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M. Halder, P.P. Dhar, J.C. JOARDAR, Md. S. Amin, M.H. Kobir, A.K. Dey and Md. S. Rahman 2018. Effects of edaphoclimatic factors on arbuscularmycorrhiza fungi colonization in Chittagong BCSIR reserve forest, Bangladesh, Bangladesh J. Bot. 47(1): 97-104.

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J.C. JOARDAR and M.M. Rahman 2018. Poultry feather waste management and effects on plant growth, Int J Recycl Org Waste Agricult. 7:183–188. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40093-018-0204-z

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M. Halder, A.K. Dey, A.K.M.S. Alam, A.N. Chowdhury, M. Mondal, J.C. JOARDAR, Md. S. Amin, D.K. Roy and M.H. Kobir 2016. Mycorrhizal Colonization Status and Rhizosphere Soil Properties of BCSIR Reserve Forest Rajshahi, Bangladesh, Current World Environment, 11(3):720-727. http://dx.doi.org/10.12944/CWE.11.3.05

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M. Halder, J.C. JOARDAR, Md. S. Amin 2015 Potassium, Calcium and Sodium Distribution and Enrichment in Different Part of Common Vegetable Plants Grown under Field Condition, Research Journal of Soil Biology. 7 (3): 91-97. DOI: 10.3923/rjsb.2015.91.97

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P.K. Das, M. Halder, A.S.M. Mujib, F. Islam, A.S.M. Mahmud, S. Akhter and J.C. JOARDAR 2015. Heavy Metal Concentration in Some Common Spices Available at Local Market as well as Branded Spicy in Chittagong Metropolitan City, Bangladesh. Current World Environment. 10(1): 101-108. http://dx.doi.org/10.12944/CWE.10.1.12

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M. Halder, P.P Dhar, A.S.M Mujib, M.S. Khan, J.C. JOARDAR and S. Akhter 2015. Effect of ArbuscularMycorrhiza Fungi Inoculation on Growth and Uptake of Mineral Nutrition in Ipomoea aquatica. Current World Environment. 10(1): 67-75. http://dx.doi.org/10.12944/CWE.10.1.08

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M. Halder, S. Akhter, A. S.M. Mahmud, F. Islam, R. Mullick, J.C. JOARDAR, M.S. Amin, R. Karim, H. Talukder and M.S. Rahman 2015. Prevalence of ArbuscularMycorrhiza Fungi (AMF) Colonization in Medicinal Plant Root and Response of Prevalence with Some Selected Medicinal Plants Rhizosphere Soil Properties in BCSIR Forest, Chittagong, Bangladesh. J. pure and applied microbiology. 9(1): 131-140.

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M. Halder, A.S.M. Mahmud, M.S. Amin, S.M.F. Rabbi, F. Islam, M.S. Rahman, N.C. Nandi, N.J. Mouri, S. Ray and J.C. JOARDAR 2014. Effect of iron dust on arsenic accumulation and nutrient status of Ipomoea aquatica grown in arsenic contaminated soil. Research J. of Soil Biology. 6(1): 17-24.

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J.C. JOARDAR and S. Kawai 2014. Effect of Phosphorus or Silicon on the Arsenic Content of Japanese Mustard Spinach (Brassica rapa var. perviridis) Grown on Arsenic Contaminated Soil. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science. 3(2): 113-128.

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J.C. JOARDAR, S.M. Rahman, A. Rahman, M. Islam, S.M. ImamulHuq and S. Kawai 2014. Effect of Arsenic Concentration in Irrigation Water and Soil on the Arsenic Content of Vegetables in Bangladesh. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science. 3(1): 85-98.

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J.C. JOARDAR, T. Yanagita, H. Wada, M. Islam and S. Kawai 2014. Using Asclite to Reduce Arsenic Concentration in Vegetables Grown on Arsenic Contaminated Soil. International Journal of Plant & Soil Science. 3(2): 205-219.

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J.C. JOARDAR and S. Kawai 2014. Phosphate Rich Soil Additive Baked Pig Manure Effectively Reduces Arsenic Concentration in Japanese Mustard Spinach (Brassica rapa var. perviridis) Grown with Arsenic Contaminated Irrigation Water. American Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 4(2): 142-152.

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J.C. JOARDAR, M. Halder, S. Segawa, M. Islam, S.M. ImamulHuq and S. Kawai 2013. Application of Baked Pig Manure Reduces Arsenic Concentrations in Plants Growing in Arsenic-Contaminated Soils. International Journal of Environmental Protection. 3(11): 15-22.

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J.C. JOARDAR and M. Halder 2013. Chemical characterization of Khulna city waste and its effects on surrounding soils through lateral movement.  In: Proceedings of the Waste Safe 2013–3rd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries. M. Alamgir, I.M. Rafizul, S.M.T. Islam, M.I. Nazir and S.R. Saha (Eds.) ISBN: 978-984-33-7045-7, PI. 68 (1-6). Full paper published in CD.

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NurunnaharShorna, J.C. JOARDAR, ShamimaNasreen, M.H. Rashid and S.M. ImamulHuq 2012. Response of broccoli to organic amendments and accumulation of heavy metals in it. Bangladesh J. Sci. Res. 25(1): 1-10.

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S.M. Billah, J.C. JOARDARand F.S. Papy 2010. Ameliorator of the chemical properties of soil through application of green manure crops in Bajoa soil series. Khulna Univ. Studies. 10 (1&2): 211-216.

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F.S. Papy, S.M. Billah and J.C. JOARDAR2009. Assessment of the physical and physico-chemical properties of soil by the application of green manure crops to the Bajoa soil series. South Asian J. Agric. 4 (1&2): 172-176.

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A. Begum, S.M. Bilah, M. Halder, M.N. Alam and J.C. JOARDAR2009. Fertility status and land use pattern of some soils at Bauphalthana in the coastal area of Bangladesh. South Asian J. Agric. 4 (1&2): 45-50.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, L. Nesa, M.T.A. Chowdhury and J.C. JOARDAR 2011. Disposal of Arsenic Filter Sludge in Soil and its Consequences. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering, 5(2): 165-176.

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M.R. Miah, J.C. JOARDAR, S.A. Chowdhury, S.M. ImamulHuq and Z. Parveen 2010. Contribution of diverse industrial wastes to environmental degradation around Dhaka city. Bangladesh J. Sci. Res. 23(1): 11-16.

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ApuBiswas, J.C. JOARDAR, A.F.M. ManzurulHoque and S.M. ImamulHuq 2009. Retention of irrigation water arsenic in different horizons of a soil profile. Bangladesh. J. Agric. and Environ. 5(2): 53-61.

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M. Liakat Ali, Shamima A. Eti, J.C. JOARDAR and S.M. ImamulHuq 2009. Urban solid waste management: heavy metal accumulation in soil and plants from wastes generated at different socio-economic niches of Dhaka city. Bangladesh J. Sci. Res. 22(1&2): 61-70. 

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S.M. ImamulHuq, KantaParvin, Sylvia Rahman and J.C. JOARDAR 2009. Response of cowpea (Vignasinensis L.) to arsenic. Canadian journal of pure & applied sciences 3(3): 897-902.

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S.M. ImamulHuq,Shamim Al-Mamun, J.C. JOARDAR and S.A. Hossain 2008. Remediation of soil arsenic toxicity in Ipomeaaquatica using various sources of organic matter. Land Contamination & Reclamation 16(4): 333-341.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, J.C. JOARDAR and A.F.M ManzurulHoque 2008. Seasonal effect on the load in soil and subsequent transfer of arsenic to rice. Land Contamination & Reclamation 16(4): 357-363.

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S.M. ImamulHuq and J.C. JOARDAR 2008. Effect of balanced fertilization on arsenic and other heavy metals uptake in rice and other crops. Bangladesh J. Agric. Environ. 4(special issue 2008): 177-191.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, A.F.M. ManzurulHoque, J.C. JOARDAR and J.U. Shoaib 2008. Arsenic movement in the profiles of some Bangladesh soils. Canadian journal of pure & applied sciences 2(1): 251-259.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, MarziaBinte Abdullah and J.C. JOARDAR2007.Bioremediation of arsenic toxicity by algae in rice culture. Land Contamination & Reclamation 15(3): 327-333.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, H.A. Haque, J.C. JOARDAR and M.S.A. Hossain2007. Arsenic accumulation in rice grown in aman and boro seasons. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 16(2): 91-97.

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TanushyamSikder, J.C. JOARDAR and S.M. ImamulHuq 2007. Sewage sludge as soil ameliorator. Bangladesh J. Agric. and Environ. 3(1): 63-73.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, U.K. Shila and J.C. JORADAR 2006. Arsenic mitigation strategy for rice, using water regime management. Land Contamination & Reclamation14(4): 805-813.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, J.C. JOARDAR, S. Parvin, Ray Correll and Ravi Naidu 2006. Arsenic contamination in food-chain: transfer of arsenic into food materials through groundwater irrigation. J. Health Popul. Nutr. 24(3): 305-316.

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AfrozaHossain, J.C. JOARDAR and S.M. ImamulHuq 2006. Comparison of arsenic accumulation by two ferns, Pterisvittata and Nephrodiummolle. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 15(2): 95-103.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, M.S. Islam, J.C. JOARDAR and T.H. Khan 2006. Retention of arsenic, lead and cadmium in soil and their subsequent uptake by plants. Bangladesh J. Agric. and Environ. 2(1): 61-68.

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S. Parvin, M.H. Rashid, J.C. JOARDAR and S.M. ImamulHuq 2006. Response of arum (Colocasiaantiquorum) to different levels of arsenic (As) treatments. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 15(1): 11-21.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, J.C. JOARDAR and S. Parvin 2005. Marigold (Tagetespatula) and ornamental arum (Syngonia sp.) as phytoremediators for arsenic in pot soil. Bangladesh J. Bot. 34(2): 65-70.

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J.C. JOARDAR, M.H. Rashid and S.M. ImamulHuq 2005. Adsorption of cadmium in soils and in their clay fraction. Bangladesh. J. Agric. and Environ. 1(1): 19-27.

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J.C. JOARDAR, M.H. Rashid and S.M. ImamulHuq 2005. Adsorption of lead (Pb) by soils and their clay fraction. J. Asiat. Soc. Bangladesh, Sci. 31(1): 63-74.

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J.C. JOARDAR, M.H. Rashid and S.M. ImamulHuq 2005. Adsorption of arsenic (As) in soils and in their clay fraction. Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 14(1): 51-61.

Book Chapter

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S.M. ImamulHuq and J.C. JOARDAR 2008. Arsenic in the groundwater of Bangladesh: contamination of the food chain. In: Arsenic Calamity of Groundwater in Bangladesh: Contamination in Water, Soil and Plants (Kingshuk Roy ed.). Nihon University, Japan.

Short Communication

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S.M. ImamulHuq, J.C. JOARDAR, S. Parvin and A.F.M. ManzurulHoque 2006. Adsorption of arsenic by smectite.Dhaka Univ. J. Biol. Sci. 15(2): 149-151.

Conference Abstracts/Proceedings

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J.C. JOARDAR, M. Halder and S. Kawai 2014. Irrigation water management approach for expanding boro rice cultivation in coastal areas of Bangladesh. Abstracts of the annual meetings, Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 60: 68.

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J.C. JOARDAR, S.M. Rahman, A. Rahman, M. Halder, S.M. ImamulHuq and S. Kawai 2013. Response of spinach and green amaranth to arsenic with respect to mineral nutrition. Abstracts of the annual meetings, Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 59: 77.

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J.C. JOARDAR and M. Halder 2013. Chemical characterization of Khulna city waste and its effects on surrounding soils through lateral movement. Paper presented in the Waste Safe 2013–3rd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries, 10-12 February 2013, Khulna, Bangladesh.

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J.C. JOARDAR, S.M. ImamulHuq and S. Kawai 2012. The effect of charcoal in reducing arsenic uptake by spinach grown in arsenic contaminated soil. Abstracts of the annual meetings, Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 58: 79.

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J.C. JOARDAR, T. Yanagita, H. Wada, S.M. ImamulHuq and S. Kawai 2011. Asclite as ameliorator for arsenic contaminated soil. Abstracts of the annual meetings, Japanese Society of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 57: 80.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, LutfunNesa, T.A. Chowdhury and J.C. JOARDAR2009. Disposal of arsenic filter sludge and possible contamination of soil and plant. In: Proceedings of the 10th international conference on the Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements in the ICOBTE series (Research Frontiers in Trace Element Biogeochemistry). (Ma. Teresa Alarcon H., Gray Pierzynski, EnzoLombi. eds), Chihuahua, Chih., Mexico, pp. 652-653.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, A.F.M. ManzurulHoque, ApuBiswas and J.C. JOARDAR 2007. Fate of irrigation water arsenic in soil profile. In: Proceedings of international workshop on arsenic sourcing and mobilisation in holocene deltas (B. Basued), School of Fundamental Research, Kolkata, India, pp. 95-98.

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S.M. ImamulHuq and J.C. JOARDAR 2007. Remedial possibilities of arsenic contamination in food chain through irrigation. In: Biogeochemistry of trace elements: environmental protection, remediation and human health (Y.G. Zhu, N. Lepp and R. Naidu eds.), Tsinghua University Press, Beijing, China, pp. 834-835. 

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S.M. ImamulHuq, A.F.M. ManzurulHoque, J.C. JOARDAR and J.U. Shoaib 2006. Fate of arsenic in some soils of Bangladesh. In: Symposium: 4.1 PA Soils and Natural Hazards (Knowledge, Assessment and Mitigation)-Poster, 18th World Congress of Soil Science, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 164-2.

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S.M. ImamulHuq, Ray Correll, Ravi Naidu, J.C. JOARDAR, Marzia B. Abdullah and Umme K. Shila 2006. Arsenic in food chain: remedial possibilities. In: Book of abstracts: 6th International conference on "Safe Water and Safe Food Options in Arsenic Mitigation: Lesson Learnt", Organized by SOES, Jadavpur University, India, School of Public Health, Harvard University, USA, CERAR, University of South Australia, Australia and Dhaka Community Hospital, Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 28.