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Successful defense of the PhD – Congratulations

Congratulations to Nazmul Huq
Ecosystem services for sustainable human livelihood against climate change: An assessment of the southern wetlands of Bangladesh” (Title)
Nazmul Huq, a CNRD phd scholarship holder, has successfully defended his PhD research on February 13th 2020 at the University of Trier, Germany. He was a collaborative PhD student of TH Köln – supervised by Prof. Dr. Lars Ribbe of the ITT – and the University of Trier – supervised by Prof. Dr. Antje Bruns.
As part of his research, he successfully published five scientific articles, which are as follows:
  1.  Huq, Nazmul. 2017. “Small Scale Freshwater Ponds in Rural Bangladesh: Navigating Roles and Services.” International Journal of Water 11 (1): 73. Link
  2. Huq, Nazmul, Rui Pedroso, Antje Bruns, Lars Ribbe, and Saleemul Huq. 2020. “Changing Dynamics of Livelihood Dependence on Ecosystem Services at Temporal and Spatial Scales : An Assessment in the Southern Wetland Areas of Bangladesh.” Ecological Indicators 110 (February 2019): 105855. Link
  3. Huq, Nazmul, Antje Bruns, Lars Ribbe, and Saleemul Huq. 2017. “Mainstreaming Ecosystem Services Based Climate Change Adaptation (EbA) in Bangladesh: Status, Challenges and Opportunities.” Sustainability 9 (6): 926. Link
  4. Huq, Nazmul, Jean Hugé, Emmanuel Boon, and Animesh Gain. 2015. “Climate Change Impacts in Agricultural Communities in Rural Areas of Coastal Bangladesh: A Tale of Many Stories.” Sustainability 7 (7): 8437–60. Link
  5. Huq, Nazmul, Antje Bruns, and Lars Ribbe. 2018. “Interactions between Freshwater Ecosystem Services and Land Cover Changes in Southern Bangladesh: A Perspective from Short Term (Seasonal) and Long-Term (1973–2014) Scale.” Science of The Total Environment 650(Pt1) (August): 132–43. Link

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