Category: Supervised Works

Supervised Works

Undergraduate Research Works

  1. Modelling the distribution of plant species richness in a biodiversity hotspot of Bangladesh (Lovely Akhter, 2013) 
  2. Modelling the distribution of two endangered species of Satchari National Park, Bangladesh under future climate change scenarios (Ekramul Haque Razan, 2013)
  3. Diameter and height distributions of three main timber species at Lawachara National Park, Bangladesh (Sanjib Chowdhury, 2013)
  4. Species – area relationship at Lawachara National park, Bangladesh (Murshida Zahan Piya, 2013)
  5. Plant diversity of Satchari National Park, Bangladesh (Moinul Islam, 2013)
  6. Influences of canopy gap and height on the abundance and richness of plant species in old-growth and plantation forests of Lawachara National Park, Bangladesh (Mustafa Ahmed, 2013)
  7. Measuring public perception on global warming: A willingness-to-pay approach from the bus passengers’ of northeastern Bangladesh (Ami Akhter, 2011)
  8. Deadwood as an indicator of naturalness in a tropical forest of Bangladesh (Md. Kamrul Islam, 2011)
  9. Likelihood of using different parameters of living trees as the indicators of naturalness at Khadimnagar National Park, Bangladesh (Farzan Ferdous, 2011)
  10. Microhabitat in relation to national park management in Bangladesh (Mahedi Hassan, 2011)
  11. Estimation of canopy openness and understory light-environment at Satchari National Park, Bangladesh (Mahedi Hasan Rubel, 2011)
  12. Relationship between folivory and some selected physical and chemical properties of leaf of some selected tree species at Ratargul Fresh Water Swamp Forest, Bangladesh (Md Habibur Rahman Salman, 2011)
  13. Status and performance of soil seed bank of Tectona grandis at Khadimnagar National Park, Bangladesh (Nabila Hasan, 2012)
  14. Regeneration status of Garjan (Dipterocarpus turbinatus) at Khadimnagar National Park, Bangladesh: A Diagnosis of Probable Cause (Farzana Khan, 2012)
  15. Ethno-medicinal knowledge of Manipuri (Bishnupriya) Community in the Sylhet region of Bangladesh (Shukla Sinha 2012)

Graduate Research Works

  1. Relationship of canopy openness and canopy height with some selected soil chemical properties in a tropical forest of Bangladesh (Farzana Khan, 2013)
  2. Spatial distribution of plant species richness in a national park of Bangladesh (Nabila Hasan, 2013)
  3. Tree-habitat association in a tropical forest of Bangladesh (Shukla Sinha, 2013)
  4. Influences of canopy gap and height on the abundance and richness of plant species in old-growth and plantation forests of Satchari National Park, Bangladesh (Sumit Ghosh, 2013)
  5. Modelling the distribution of diameter and height of four dominant tree species of Shatchari National Park, Bangladesh (Asem Chowdhury, 2012)
  6. Relationship between height and diameter of Garjan (Dipterocarpus turbinatus) at Tillagarh Eco-Park Plantation, Bangladesh (Kamrul Islam, 2012)
  7. Plant diversity at the homegardens of northeastern Bangladesh (Zahangir Alam, 2011. 
  8. Relationship between canopy openness and undergrowth coverage at Lawachara National Park, Bangladesh (Tutool Saha, 2011)
  9. Allometric equation for estimating biomass of Tectona grandis and Michelia champaca at Rema-Kalenga Wildlife Sanctuary, Bangladesh (Tanvir Ahmed, 2011)
  10. Relationship between canopy openness and tree species diversity of the old growth patch at Lawachar national Park, Bangladesh (Debasish Roy, 2011)

Chowdhury et al 2007. Journal of Forestry Research 18(1): 27-30

Comparative analysis of some selected macronutrients of soil in orange orchard and degraded forests in Chittagong Hill Tracts, Bangladesh

Abstract

Status of organic carbon (C), total nitrogen (N), available potassium (K), calcium (Ca) and phosphorus (P) in three different depths (0–5 cm, 5–15 cm and 15–30 cm) on two hill slopes of 35% and 55% in orange orchard cultivated by the Mro tribe of Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHTs) were evaluated and compared with those in degraded bush forests, through digging three profiles in each land use.

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