Hydro-Politics and Watershed Management in the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna Basin

Relation Between Mean and Maximum Velocities in the River Jamuna

Water Resources of the Brahmaputra River System in South Asia

Mitigating Losses in Bangladesh's Active Floodplains

A Multi-Objective Analysis for Cyclone Shelter Planning in Bangladesh

Response to Floods and Mitigation Measures in Bangladesh

Traffic Congestion and Safety: Some Contemporary Issues and Options in Bangladesh

Environmental Considerations for Water Resources Development in Haor Areas of Northeastern Bangladesh
A haor is a bowl shaped depression which are flooded every year during monsoon. It remains under water for seven months of the year. This paper gives an outline of the environmental considerations...

Storm-Surge Flooding in Chittagong City and Associated Risk
Chittagong, the biggest seaport and the second largest city of Bangladesh, is highly prone to storm-surge floodings. The paper will highlight the extent of the storm-surge floodings and...

Water and Sanitation Intervention in Flood Mitigation Programs
Disasters, like floods and cyclones, are almost annual events in Bangladesh. Often post-disaster epidemics of diarrhoeal diseases cause more short- and long-term health problems than injuries...

Ports '95
This proceedings, Ports '95, is a collection of the technical papers presented at the Ports '95 Conference held in...

Seasonal Effect on Regional Groundwater Flow: Barind Area, Bangladesh

Flood Control vs. Flood Management
For the last 130 years, flood policy in the U.S. has been dominated by the belief that floods can be controlled by structural methods, such as levees, dikes and embankments. These efforts...

Effects on River Mechanics Due to Reduction in Low-Season Discharge
India's diversion of water from the Ganges River 11 miles upstream from Bangladesh's western border during the low-flow season seriously adversely affects Bangladesh's irrigated agriculture,...

Farakka Barrage - It's Impacts and Possible Mitigation
The paper discusses the impacts and possible implications of the Farraka Barrage Project across the Ganges River on different sectors in Bangladesh including hydrology and river morphology,...

Impacts of Low Flows on the Alluvial Rivers of the Southwest Region of Bangladesh
The Ganges River, which flows out of China through Nepal and India and finally into Bangladesh, has been subjected to continuous scrutiny as conflicts regarding the diversion of water...

Groundwater Development and Related Issues
Optimum development and management of ground water resources requires consideration of all elements of the groundwater system and their inter-relations with total hydrologic cycle along...

Estimation of Design Surge Heights by Utilizing Meteorologic and Oceanographic Data
Data on cyclonic storm surge height have been generated with the help of a statistical simulation model. Data on observed maximum cyclonic wind speed and the length of the continental...

Prediction of Accretion Below Muhuri Closure Dam in Bangladesh
An equation for prediction of siltation below a closure dam in the coastal area of Bangladesh has been developed using a diffusion equation of vertical transport of sediment. Applicability...

Bangladesh Coastal Management in 1993 and Beyond
Bangladesh urgently requires integrated coastal zone management to alleviate chronic resource depletion, overpopulation and widespread poverty on one of the world's most dynamic and disaster...

 

 

 

 

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