Abu Reza Md. Towfiqul Islam

Characterizing groundwater quality ranks for drinking purposes in Sylhet district, Bangladesh, using entropy method, spatial autocorrelation index, and geostatistics

Drinking water is susceptible to the poor quality of contaminated water affecting the health of humans. Thus, it is an essential study to investigate factors affecting groundwater quality and its suitability for drinking uses. In this paper, the entropy theory, multivariate statistics, spatial autocorrelation index, and geostatistics are applied to characterize groundwater quality and its.. Read More


Drought in Northern Bangladesh: Social, agroecological impact and local perception

The 1994, 2000 and 2006 drought appeared to bad memories in the northern region of Rangpur division, Bangladesh. The objective of this research was to explore social and agro-ecological impact of drought and local perception in the study area. A semi-structural questionnaire was employed from February to March, 2014 where 120 respondents were chosen stratified.. Read More

Management approach to disaster scenario in Bangladesh: An overview

This paper focuses on an overview of disaster scenario in Bangladesh. It is generally true that no one can be eliminated natural disaster but the extent of its damage can be reduced to its reasonable limit to minimize the loss of lives and properties by implementing disaster action plan and co-ordinate disaster management method. Both.. Read More