Monirul Islam

md.islam@zoo.ox.ac.uk
monir7369

University of Oxford,

Department of Zoology, 

South Parks Road,

Oxford OX1 3PS, UK

 

Background

I was born in a locality and country where environmental changes especially extreme weather events and climate change impact on nature and human a lot. I have been working on the impacts of environmental change on aquatic system and dependent livelihoods as well as resilience and adaptation over a decade. I found that the biodiversity of many aquatic species are threatened due to environmental changes, amongst others, which may harm not only the ecosystem and environment but also the dependent livelihoods and sustainable exploitation of these species. Thus we must need to conserve the biodiversity of the aquatic species. Developing appropriate policy is the key to address the impacts of climate change and build resilience so as to conserve the aquatic biodiversity. I think University of Oxford – the quality bearer – is the best place to develop such policy using a trans-disciplinary approach. Now I am very excited to be the part of the University of Oxford which was my dream.

 

Since climate change has been posing unprecedented consequences, development of new policy or modification of existing policy is needed. My research interest includes governance and policy analysis in the context of climate change. I am particularly interested in developing fish biodiversity conservation policy in the context of climate change by engaging key stakeholders and decision makers with scenarios and models to co-produce policy options.

 

I work on environmental impacts, adaptation and resilience in aquatic systems and dependent livelihoods. In my current post-doc I am working on “Scenario planning for aquatic biodiversity conservation under climate change: a developing country perspective”.

 

Post-doc: Scenario planning for aquatic biodiversity conservation under climate change: a developing country perspective

Current (nearing completion) Projects 

  • Adaptation strategies and sustainable livelihoods: Addressing the impacts of climate variability and change on inland fishery-dependent people in Bangladesh. Funded by IFS, Sweden
  • Contribution of Bangladeshi fisheries sector to greenhouse gas emission and suggestions for climate smart fisheries. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh

Completed Projects 

  • Climate change impacts, vulnerability and sustainable adaptation strategies: insights from aquaculture of Bangladesh. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh
  • Monitoring Terrestrial and Aquatic Organisms for the Impact Zone of SBIIPCL Project; funded by International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank
  • Economic incentives to conserve hilsa shad fish (Tenualosa ilisha) in Bangladesh; funded by Darwin Initiative, DERFA, UK
  • Impact of heavy metals and persistent organic pollutants on some freshwater fishes with special reference to the toxic effects of mercury (Hg) and arsenic (As) on fish reproduction, protein changes and cellular DNA damages. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh
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  • Received “Letter of Commendation” from the School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds for excellent research publication: Islam, M. M., Sallu, S., Hubacek, K. and Paavola, J. 2014. Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to the impacts of climate variability and change: Insights from coastal Bangladesh. Regional Environmental Change 14(1): 281-294.
  • Commonwealth Scholarship (General)-2009 for studying PhD in the University of Leeds, UK
  • Several scholarships, fellowships or bursaries to attend conferences, trainings and workshops.
  • Scholarship for a 4-month Spring Internship Programme (in 2008) at the International Environmental Research Centre, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, under the UNU-IERC Joint Programme on Environmental Sustainability.
  • Dhaka University undergraduate scholarship (1998 to 2001)
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  • Associates, Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, London School of Economics and Political Science and University of Leeds, UK.
  • Member, Asian Fisheries Acoustics Society, Japan
  • Life Member, National Oceanographic and Maritime Institute (NOAMI), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Member, Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Member, Bangladesh Krishibid (agriculturist) Association

 

Journal publications

  1. Islam, M.M., Mohammed, E.Y. and Ali, L. 2016. Economic incentives for hilsa shad fish management: legal and institutional framework analysis. Marine Policy, 68: 8–22. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308597X1600049X
  2. Ahmed, K., Islam, M.M., Yousuf, A.H.M and Alam, S. 2016. A long-term trend in precipitation of different spatial regions of Bangladesh and its teleconnections with El Niño/Southern Oscillation and Indian Ocean Dipole. Journal of Theoretical and Applied Climatology, 1-14. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00704-016-1765-2
  3. Ahmed, M.K., Baki, M.A., Kundu, G.K., Islam, M.S., Islam, M.M. and Hossain, M.M. 2016. Human health risks from heavy metals in fish of Buriganga river, Bangladesh. SpingerPlus 5:1697. https://springerplus.springeropen.com/articles/10.1186/s40064-016-3357-0
  4. Ahmed, M. K., Shaheen, N., Islam, M. S., Habibullah-Al-Mamun, M., Islam, S., Islam, M. M., Kundu, G.K. & Bhattacharjee, L. 2016. A comprehensive assessment of arsenic in commonly consumed foodstuffs to evaluate the potential health risk in Bangladesh. Science of the Total Environment, 544, 125-133. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0048969715311165
  5. Ahmed, M.K., Sultana, S., Halim, S. and Islam, M.M. 2015. Marketing system of freshwater prawn in three coastal districts of Bangladesh. Aquaculture Economics and Management, 20(3): http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13657305.2016.1177858?journalCode=uaqm20
  6. Islam, M. M., Sallu, S., Hubacek, K. and Paavola, J. 2014. Migrating to tackle climate variability and change? Insights from coastal fishing communities of Bangladesh. Climatic Change, 124:733-746. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10584-014-1135-y#page-1
  7. Islam, M. M., Sallu, S., Hubacek, K. and Paavola, J. 2014. Limits and barriers to adaptation to climate variability and change in Bangladeshi coastal fishing communities. Marine Policy, 43:208–216.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0308597X13001334
  8. Islam, M. M., Sallu, S., Hubacek, K. and Paavola, J. 2014. Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to the impacts of climate variability and change: Insights from coastal Bangladesh. Regional Environmental Change, 14(1): 281-294.http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10113-013-0487-6#page-1
  9. Ahmed, M.K., Parvin, E., Islam, M.M., Akter, M.S., Khan, S. & Al-Mamun, M.H. 2014. Lead- and cadmium-induced histopathological changes in gill, kidney and liver tissue of freshwater climbing perch Anabas testudineus(Bloch, 1792). Chemistry and Ecology, 30(6), 532-540.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02757540.2014.889123
  10. Ahmed, M.K., Al-Mamun, H.A., Islam, M.M., Akter, M.S. and Khan, M.S. 2014. Toxicological assessment of arsenic induced hematological alterations and chromosomal aberrations in tilapiaOreochromis mossambicus. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal  DOI:10.1080/10807039.2014.890485
  11. Ahmed, M.K., Mamun, H. A., Hossain, M.M.A., Arif, M., Parvin, E., Akter, M.S., Khan, M.S., Islam, M.M. 2011. Assessing the genotoxic potentials of arsenic in tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) using alkaline comet assay and micronucleus test. Chemosphere, 84 (1): 143–149.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0045653511001585
  12. Ahmed, M.K., Das,M., Islam,M.M., Akter,M.S., Islam,S.,  and Al-Mansur, M.A. 2011. Physico-chemical properties of tannery and textile effluents and surface water of river Buriganga and Karnatoli, Bangladesh. World Applied Sciences Journal, 12 (2): 152-159. http://idosi.org/wasj/wasj12(2)/5.pdf
  13. Ahmed, M.K., Parvin, E., Arif, Islam, M. M., Akter, M. S., Khan, M. S. 2011. Genetic damage induced by lead chloride in different tissues of fresh water climbing perch Anabas testudineus(Bloch). Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 182 (1-4): 197-204.http://www.springerlink.com/content/e0h8384302w14p54/
  14. Parvin, E., Ahmed, M.K., Islam, M. M., Akter, M. S., Kabir, M. A. 2011. Preliminary acute toxicity bioassays of lead and cadmium on fresh water climbing perch, Anabas testudineus(Bloch). Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology 5 (1), 55-58.http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/JournalsSup/11TAET_5_1.html
  15. Das, M., Ahmed, M.K., Islam, M.S., Islam, M.M., and Akter, M.S. 2011. Heavy metal in industrial effluents (tannery and textile) and adjacent rivers of Dhaka city, Bangladesh.Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology 5(1): 8-13.http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/JournalsSup/11TAET_5_1.html
  16. Ahmed, M.K., Parvin, E., Arif, M., Akter, M. S., Khan, M. S. and Islam, M. M. 2010. Measurements of genotoxic potential of cadmium in different tissues of fresh water climbing perchAnabas testudineus (Bloch), using the comet assay. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 30 (1): 80–84.http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1382668910000864
  17. Islam, M. M., Bang, S., Kim, K-W., Ahmed, M. K. and Jannat, M. 2010. Heavy metals in frozen and canned marine fish of Korea.Journal of Scientific Research, 2 (3): 549-557.http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/JSR/article/viewArticle/4667
  18. Ahmed, M. K., Islam, S., Rahman, S., Haque, M. R. and Islam, M. M., 2010. Heavy metals in water, sediment and some fishes of Buriganga River, Bangladesh.International Journal of Environmental Research, 4(2): 321-332.http://www.ijer.ir/article_24_1.html
  19. Hasan, A., Ahmed, K., Akhand, A.A., Ahsan, N and Islam, M. 2010. Toxicological effects and molecular changes due to mercury toxicity in freshwater snakehead (Channa punctatusBloch, 1973). International Journal of Environmental Research 4(1): 91-98.http://ijer.ut.ac.ir/
  20. Das, M., Ahmed, M.K., Begum, F., Parveen, S., Islam, M.M. and Begum, M. 2010. Microbial load in tannery and textile effluents and their receiving rivers of Dhaka.  Dhaka University Journal of Biological Sciences 19(1): 73-81.
  21. Ahmed, M.K., Ahmed, S., Rahman, S., Haque, M.R. and Islam. M.M. 2009. Heavy metals concentration in water, sediments and their bioaccumulation in some freshwater fishes and mussel in Dhaleswari River, Bangladesh.Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology 3(1): 42-47.http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/Journals/TAET.html
  22. Ahmed, M.K., Hasan, M., Alam M.J., Ahsan, N., Islam, M.M. and Akter, M.S. 2009. Effect of gamma radiation in combination with low temperature refrigeration on the chemical, microbiological and organoleptic changes in Pampus chinensis(Euphrasen, 1788). World Journal of Zoology 4 (1): 09-13.http://www.idosi.org/wjz/wjz4(1)2009/2.pdf
  23. Ahmed, M.K., Biswas, D.R., Islam. M.M., Akter, M.S., Kazi, A.I., Sultana, G.N.N. 2009. Heavy metal concentrations in different organs of fishes of the river Meghna, Bangladesh. Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology 3(1): 28-32.http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/Journals/TAET.html
  24. Akter, M.S., Ahmed, M.K., Akhand, A.A., Ahsan, N., Islam. M.M., and Khan, M.S. 2009. Arsenic and mercury induce death ofAnabas testudineus(Bloch) involving fragmentation of chromosomal DNA. Terrestrial and Aquatic Environmental Toxicology 3(1): 33-41.http://www.globalsciencebooks.info/Journals/TAET.html
  25. Yousuf, A.H.M., Ahmed, M.K., Rahman, M.M. and Islam, M.M. 2009. PCR-RAPD analysis between Penaeus monodonandMacrobrachium rosenbergii using DNA fingerprinting. Bangladesh Journal of Zoology 37 (1), 165-173
  26. Islam, D., Mustafa, M.G., Wahed, M.A., Khaleque, M.A. and Islam, M.M. 2008. Investigation on the performance of solar tunnel dryer for dehydration of Gudusia chapraand Channa striatus over traditional sun drying. Dhaka University Journal of Biological Sciences, 17(2): 169-172.
  27. Islam, M.M., Ahmed, M.K., Shahid, M.A., Hoque, S and Islam, D. 2009. Determination of land cover changes and suitable shrimp farming area using remote sensing and GIS in Southwestern Bangladesh. International Journal of Ecology and Development, 12(W09): 28-41. http://www.ceser.res.in/isder/ijed/cont/2009/ijed-w09-cont.html
  28. Akter, R., Ahmed, M.K., Mollah, M.A.R. and Islam, M.M. 2008.  Effects of pre-exposure acclimation to diazinon (60EC) on the mortality of freshwater murrel, Channa punctatus(Bloch, 1793). Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science, 13 (2): 367-371.
  29. Ahmed, K.,Akhand, A.A., Hasan, M., Islam, M and Hasan, A.. 2008Toxicity of arsenic (sodium arsenite) to fresh water spotted snakehead Channa punctatus (Bloch) on cellular death and DNA content. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences 4 (1): 18-22.http://www.idosi.org/aejaes/jaes4(1)/3.pdf
  30. Akter, M.S., Ahmed, M.K., Akhand, A.A. and Islam, M.M. 2008.Acute toxicity of arsenic and mercury to fresh water climbing perch, Anabas testudineus(Bloch). World Journal of Zoology, 3 (1): 13-18. http://www.idosi.org/wjz/wjz3(1)2008/3.pdf
  31. Yousuf, A.H.M., Ahmed, M.K., Yeasmin, S., Rahman, M.M. and Islam, M.M. 2008. Prevalence of microbial load in shrimp,Penaeus monodon and prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii from Bangladesh. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4 (S): 852-855. http://www.idosi.org/wjas/wjas4(s)/9.pdf
  32. Yousuf, A.H.M., Ahmed, M.K., Yeasmin, S., Rahman, M.M. and Islam, M.M. 2008 Reduction of bacterial pathogens in Penaeus monodon and Macrobrachium rosenbergii using several chemical interventions.World Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 4 (S): 856-861.  http://www.idosi.org/wjas/wjas4(s)/10.pdf
  33. Jahan, S.A., Ahmed M.K., Mollah, M.A.R, Hasan, M.M. and Islam, M.M. 2007. Toxic effects of malathion (57 EC) onHeteropneustes fossilis(Bloch, 1822). Bangladesh Journal of Zoology, 35 (1): 153-160.
  34. Jannat, M., Ahsan, N., Islam, M.M., Raknuzzaman, M., Naser, M.N. and Begum, F. 2007. Bacterial load of raw hilsha (Tenualosa ilisha) collected from catching points, open market and departmental shop. Bangladesh Journal of Microbiology, 24(2): 160-162.http://www.banglajol.info/index.php/BJM/article/view/1265
  35. Islam, D., Mustafa, M.G., Wahed, M.A., Khaleque, M.A., Naser, M.N. and Islam, M.M. 2007. Comparative assessment of traditional sun dried and solar tunnel dried pomfret (Pampus argenteus) under different storage conditions. Bangladesh Journal Zoology, 35 (2): 331-340.
  36. Akter, R., Ahmed, M.K., Mollah, A.R., Islam, M.M. and Hasan, M.M. 2007. Acute toxicity of diazinon 60EC to freshwater snakehead,Channa punctatus (Bloch 1793). Bangladesh Journal of Zoology, 35 (2): 403-407.
  37. Haque, M.R., Ahmed, M.K., Mannaf, M.A. and Islam, M.M. 2006. Seasonal variation of heavy metal concentrations in Gudusia chaprainhabiting the Sundarban mangrove forest. The Journal of NOAMI, 23 (1): 1-12.
  38. Hasan, M.M., Jahan, S.S., Ahmed, M.K., Islam, M.M. and Khan, N. 2006. Presence of formaldehyde in some commercially important food fishes of Dhaka city. Bangladesh Journal of Environmental Science, 8 (2): 15-19.
  39. Islam, M.M., Ahmed, M.K., Shahid, M.A., Hoque, S. and Islam, D. 2005. Prawn, fish and paddy culture in shrimp farms in the south-western Bangladesh. The Journal of NOAMI, 22(2):61-73.

 

Book chapter/section/report publications 

  • Islam, M.M. 2014. Paramugil parmata, Liza parsia, Liza subviridis, Mugil cephalus, Rhinomugil corsula, Sicamugil cascasiaAnguilla bengalensis, Pisodonophis boro, Pisodonophis cancrivorus, Platycephalus indicus. In: IUCN Bangladesh 2014. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Ver. 11.
  • Islam, M.M. 2015. Nangra nangra, Sisor rabdophorus,Pseudolaguvia muricata. In: IUCN Bangladesh 2015. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Ver. 11.
  • Islam, M.M., Mohammed, E.Y. and Ali, L. 2016. Economic incentives for sustainable hilsa fish management in Bangladesh: Institutional capacity strengthening strategy and action plan. Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, Dhaka (In press).
  • Islam, M.M. and Jakariya, M. 2016. Status of Aquatic Floral and Faunal Biodiversity at Pablakhali Protected Area, Rangamati. In: Biodiversity and environment of Pablakhali, Rangamati. North South University, Bangladesh. (In press).
  • Dewhurst-Richman N, Mohammed EY, Ali ML, Hassan K, Wahab MA, Ahmed ZF, Islam MM, Bladon A, Haldar GC, Ahmed CS, Majumder MK, Hossain MM, Rahman A and Hussein B. 2016. Balancing carrots and sticks: Incentives for sustainable hilsa fishery management in Bangladesh. International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), London, UK.http://pubs.iied.org/16619IIED

 

 

  • Islam, M.M., Barman, A., Kabir, M.K., Kundu, G.K., Paul, B., Das, S. 2016. Mapping climate change vulnerability in the fisheries sector of Bangladesh using a composite index approach and GIS. Paper presented at the “Global Conference on Climate Change Adaptation in Fisheries and Aquaculture – FishAdapt”, held at Sentara Grand Ladprao, Bangkok, Thailand, from 8-10 August 2016.
  • Islam, M.M., Mohammed, E.Y. and Ali, L. 2016. Economic incentives for sustainable hilsa fish management in Bangladesh: Institutional framework, gaps and capacity strengthening strategy and action plan. Paper presented at the “Sustainable Management of Hilsa Fishery in the Bay of Bengal Region”. Held at Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel, Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 4-5 May 2016.
  • Islam, F., Islam, M.M., Akter, S. and Kundu, G.K. 2016. Impact of climatic hazards on the Jamuna river fisheries and coping and adaptation strategies. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Hasan, M.F., Kundu, G.K., Islam, M.M., Mondal, G. and Paul, B. 2016. Does fishing ban impacting positively on fish biodiversity? Evidence from the hilsha fish sanctuaries of Patuakhali and Bhola districts of Bangladesh. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Saha, S., Kundu, G.K., Islam, M.M., Paul, B. and Mondal, G. 2016. Impacts of temporal and spatial fishing ban on fish and shellfish biodiversity in two fish sanctuaries in Bangladesh. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Barman, A., Islam, M.M., Kabir, M.K., Kundu, G.K., Paul, B. Measuring vulnerability of aquaculture to climate variability and change in 64 districts of Bangladesh. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Das, S., Mandal, R.N., Sarker, M.M.H., Kundu, G.K., Faruque, M.H., Paul, B., and Islam, M.M. 2016. Aquatic Habitat Suitability Assessment in Gazipur District, Bangladesh using Geo-Spatial Technology.0 Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Khan, M.I., Islam, M.M., Kundu, G.K., Akter, M.S. 2016. Impacts of climate variability and change on fisheries of the Padma river and adaptation strategies. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Mondal, G., Islam, M.M., Kundu, G.K. and Kar, C. 2016. Barriers to oxbow lake (baor) fisheries management: cases form south-western Bangladesh. Paper to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Islam, M. M., Sallu, S., Hubacek, K. and Paavola, J. 2012. Migrating to Tackle Climate Variability and Change? Insights from Coastal Fishing Communities of Bangladesh. Paper presented in the Second Nordic International Conference on Climate Change Adaptation” held in Helsinki from 29-31 August.
  • Islam, M.M. and Ahmed, M.K. 2008. Impact of climate change and variability on fisheries resources of Bangladesh. Poster presented in international symposium on climate change and food security in South Asia, held in 25-30 august, 2008 in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Islam, M.M., Bang, S. and Kim, K.Y. 2008. Heavy metals in frozen and canned marine fish of Korea. Paper presented in IERC internship programme research results presentation, held in International Environmental Research Center, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea, on June 13th 2008.
  • Akter, M.S., Ahmed, M.K., Akhand, A.A., Ahsan, M.N. and Islam, M.M. Arsenic and mercury induce death of Anabas testudineus (Bloch) involving fragmentation of chromosomal DNA. Paper presented in the 3rd Fisheries Conference and Research Fair held between 16-17 January 2008 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.

 

Master’s dissertations:

  • Samapti Saha. 2016. Evaluation of fishing ban on the biodiversity of coastal fishes of Bangladesh
  • Hasna Ahmed Tania. 2016. Identifying and overcoming barriers to climate change adaptation in the fishing communities of Jessore, Bangladesh
  • Foijul Hasan. 2016. Does fishing ban crate positive impact on fish biodiversity? evaluation of two fish sanctuaries of coastal Bangladesh
  • Sadia Afrin Ankhi. 2016. Evaluating successful fisheries adaptation to climate variability and change in the Meghna river fisheries
  • Makidul Islam Khan. 2015. Impacts of climate variability and change on fisheries of the Padma river and adaptation strategies
  • Chandan Kar. 2015. Current status of ox-bow lake (baor) fisheries and barriers to their management: cases form south-western Bangladesh
  • Aparna Barman. 2014. Vulnerability of fisheries to climate change in Bangladesh: a composite index approach
  • Farah Islam. 2014. Climate change impacts and adaptations: insight from the Jamuna river fishing communities, Bangladesh
  • Mohammad Alauddin. 2014. Heavy metal contamination in commercial fish feed and cultured fish
  • Susmita Das. 2014. Assessment of aquaculture suitability of Gazipur district using geo-spatial technology based multi-criteria modelling
  • Al Nahian Atik. 2014. Community co-management of shrimp aquaculture in Bangladesh: status, barriers and opportunities

 

  • Islam, F., Islam, M.M., Akter, S. and Kundu, G.K. 2016. Socioeconomic conditions of fisherfolk: insight from the Jamuna river fishing communities, Bangladesh. Poster to be presented in the 7th Biennial Fisheries Conference and Research Fair to held between 10-13 September 2016 organized by Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.
  • Islam, M.M., Ahmed, M.K., Shahid, M.A., and Hoque, S. 2006. Present Status of Shrimp, Prawn and Fish Culture in Shrimp Farms in the Southwestern Bangladesh. Poster presented in 2nd Fisheries Conference and Research Fair (12-13 January) 2006. Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum (BFRF), Bangladesh.

 

Monirul