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Seminar Announcement

The Department of Geography and Environment,  University of Dhaka invites you to attend a seminar on DELTA PLAN at Conference Room on Thursday , 19th January ,2017. Time...

 

Presence of ‘Blue Button’, a new sea creature at St. Martin; an indication of rising ocean water temperature and climate change

Md. Sahadat, Director of Fisheries and Marine Science department of Chittagong University said to reporter that the the presence of this new type of Hydrozoa is...

 
Bangladesh – The causes and impacts of the 1998 Flood

Bangladesh – The causes and impacts of the 1998 Flood

Is there anyone to give right answer of these aassesment? I think You will be able to get the progress of Bangladesh in Flood controls and management shortly. To...

 

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Flood Management in Bangladesh: Success and Failure Flood is an annual natural events in Bangladesh. The life & livelihood of the country largely depends on...

 

Very Good News for Bangladesh!!

It has been published in a daily newspaper that about 16 sq. km land is emerging every year in the coastal area of Bangladesh (Source: Prothom Alo, 05 August, 2016)....

 
 

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Flood Management in Bangladesh: Success and Failure Flood is an annual natural events in Bangladesh. The life & livelihood of the country largely depends on annual flood. However, sometimes like this year flood become a serious problem for national economy & Environment. Do you think Bangladesh is successful in flood […]

 

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Coastal Tourism Potentiality in Bangladesh Bangladesh has a very beautiful coastal landscape. It can attract both local and foreign tourist. Do you think coastal area of Bangladesh has any potentiality for tourism?  Please join the discussion of this week.

 

Accidental Oil Pollution in the Sundarbans: Preparedness for Response to Ecological Disaster

Abstract: Sundarbans is the largest single mangrove forest of the world. This forest occupies near about 10,000 sq km of which Bangladesh includes about 6,000 sq. km and remaining 40% lies within Indian part. The forest is rich in biological diversity. There are 35 species of core mangrove, 334 species […]

 

Modern sediment supply to the lower delta plain of the Ganges-Brahmaputra River in Bangladesh

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