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Shamima Prodhan
Contact Information

Lecture Theatre Building

(First  Floor)
University of Dhaka Dhaka-1000

shamimaprodhan07@gmail.com

Office Hours

By appointment.

Shamima Prodhan

Lecturer

Research Interests:Climate Change, Disaster, Ecosystem, Biodiversity, Livelihood, Environment, Food Security, DRR


Biographical Note

Ms Shamima Prodhan is working as a lecturer at Institute of Disaster management and vulnerability studies, University of Dhaka since April, 2015. She received her B.Sc from Jahangirnagar University major in Zoology and M.Sc from the same University major in limnology and Fisheries biology in 2008 with first class marks in both. She received her second master's from Institute of Disaster Management and Vulnerability Studies, University of Dhaka in 2014. Her research interest mainly concentrates on bio-diversity, ecosystem, climate change, livelihood, environment, food security etc. Shamima has been playing supervisory role for a number of students pursuing MSS dissertation. Ms.  Shamima Prodhan has a good numbers of publications in home and abroad where some others are in the pipeline.


Selected Publications

Shamima Prodhan and Mahbuba Nasreen. Impact of shrimp cultivation on agriculture: A study of PArulia union of Satkhira district. International Journal of Environment & Agriculture Research. 2(1): 33-42. January, 2016.

 

Shamima Prodhan, Md. Kamrujjaman, Md. Afzal Hossain and Md. Samsul Islam. Study of reconstitution properties of dried spotted Spanish mackerel, Scomberomorus guttatus. International Journal of Bioscience. 1(2): 27-30, March 2011.  

 

Shamima Prodhan, Md. Kamrujjaman, Md. Samsul Islam and Md. Afzal Hossain. Effects of Radiation (1 kGy) and Heat Treatment (50 °C) on the Quality Assessment of Dried Spotted Spanish Mackerel, Scomberomorus guttatus. Journal of Nuclear Science and Applications. 19 (1&2): 46-50. December 2010.

 

Shamima Prodhan, M. Kamrujjaman, M. A. Hossain amd M. S. Islam. A comparative study of effects of radiation (1 kGy) and heat treatment (50 °C) on the Bio-chemical and mineral contents of dried spotted Spanish mackerel, Scomberomorus guttatus (BLOCH & SCHNEIDER, 1801). Bangladesh J. Zool. Society. 38(2): 205-212, December 2010.

 

Shamima Prodhan, M. Kamrujjaman and M. R. Nabi. Summer population diversity of benthos in relation to some physico-chemical parameters of soil in an intensive fish culture pond within the Jahangirnagar University campus. Bangladesh J. Life Sci; 20(2): 35-43, December 2008.