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Dr. Md. Mizanur Rahman Bhuiyan

PhD (Austria)
Post Doc (Japan)

Soil Conservation and Watershed Management

Khan, M.Z., Islam, M.A., Amin, M.S. and Bhuiyan, M.R. 2019. Spatial variability and geostatistical analysis of selected soil. Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 54(1): 55-66.

Bhuiya,·M.R. 2015. Catastrophe in the world's largest single tract of mangrove forest -The Sundarbans of Bangladesh. ISMEIGLOMIS Electronic Journal (ISSN 1880~7682). Published by International. Society for Mangrove Ecosystems.

Bhuiya,M.R., Shamsuddin, M., and Kumar, S. T. 2015. A study on the growth and yield of exotic mungbean in a coastal saline soil with different fertilizer doses. Proceedings of the International Conference on Climate Change in relation to Water and Environment (I3CWE-2015). Department of Civil Engineering, Dhaka University of Engineering and Technology, Gazipur. pp.535-539.

Ahsan, M. and Bhuiya, M. R., 2010, Soil and water salinity, their management in relation to climate changes in coastal areas of Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies. Special Issue 9SESB) : 31-42.

Bhuiyan, M.R., S.M.F. Rabbi, A. Rahman, S. Islam and K.Q. Kibria. 2006. Morphological study of soils of Khulna. 1st Khulna University Research Cell Conference, Held in 28-29 August 2006, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh.

Bhuiya, M.R., 2003. Prospect of Ecotourism in the Sundarbans. Proceedings of the National Seminar on the Sundarbans, the Largest Mangrove Forest on the Earth: A World Heritage Site Khulna University, Khulna. pp. 60-65.

Bhuiya,M.R., Ahsan, M., and Biswas, S.N. 2001. Effect on long term brackish water submergence of agricultural land in shrimp cultivation. Khulna University Studies. 3(1): 427-432.

Bhuiya, M.R., and Moss. P.V. 2001. Biodiversity and ecotourism in the Sundarbans :prospects and problems. In: Environment and Agriculture: Biodiversity, Agriculture and Pollution in South Asia, (eds.) P.K. Jha, S.R. Baral, S.B. Karmacharya, H.D. Lekahak. P. Lacoul and C.B. Baniya. Ecological Society (BCOS), Kathmandu, Nepal. pp. 32-36.

Bhuiya, M.R., Ahsan, M, Aziz, A. and. Begum, S. 2000. Saline water ingression in upper part of Baleswar river near Nazirpur under pirojpur district – A case study. Khulna University Studies, 2(2): 301-308.

Bhuiya, M.R., Ahsan, M. and Salequzzaman, M. 2000. Problematic soils in the coastal region of Bangladesh and their management practices. In: Coastal Environment and Energy Resources in Bangladesh, (eds.) M.A. Matin, M.R. Bhuiyan, M. Salequzzaman, D.K. Datta and M.R. Ali, Khulna University, Khulna. pp. 1-8.

Bhuiya, M.R., Shams, M. I. Khan, M.N.I, and Kabir, M.A~ 1999. Chemical properties and nutrient status of terrace soil In the Madhupur Tract of Bangladesh. Khulna University Studies. 1(2): 241-244.

Bhuiya, M.R., and Kumar, S.T. 1999. Peat soils of Bangladesh, their characteristics and management. Khulna University Studies. 1(2): 235-240.

Bhuiya, M.R., Yamakawa, T., Kikuchi, M. and Ikeda, M. 1998. Irrigation of secondary sewage effluent: salinity and nitrogen effects on growth and nitrogen fixation of nodulated and non- nodulated soybeans. J. Fac. Agr. Kyushu Univ. 43(3-4): 273-280.

Bhuiya, M.R., Ahmed, I.U., and Faiz, S.M.A. 1985. Implications of soil bulk density on the water uptake pattern of soybean plant under different soil moisture conditions. J. Asiatic Soc. Bang. (ScL) 11(2): 73-79.

Bhuiya, M.R., and Akhand, M.S. 1982. Effect of different sources of organic materials alone and in combination with two fertilizer levels on growth parameters and composition of rice.Bang. J. Agric. 7(3-4): 32-39.

Bhuiya, M.R., Ahmed, I.U., and Faiz, 8.M.A. 1981. A study of the effeet of different levels of nitrogen and water on the quality ofIR8. Bang. J. Soil Sei. 17: 109-116.

Bhuiya, M.R., and Faiz, S.M.A. 1981. Effect of soil bulk density and moisture interactions on  content of soybean grains. Bang. J. Agric. 6(2-3): 15-21.

Bhuiya, M.R., Faiz, S.M.A. and Ahmed, LU. 1980. Pot trials on the effect of four levels of soil compaction at different moisture levels in a clay soil. Bang. J. Agric. 5(4): 190-195.