Akib Hasan

Akib Hasan
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue · Forest Research Institute (IRF)

Master of Science in Ecology

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Introduction
I have a diverse research experience in ecology, climate change and environment. Now, I am broadly interested in understanding the climate change impacts on ecosystem functioning and adaptation. My current study primarily focuses on the biodiversity of esker lakes of Abitibi, Canada.
Additional affiliations
May 2020 - present
Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue
Position
  • Master's Student
April 2019 - August 2020
Isabela Foundation
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Provide Assistance to the chief scientist to prepare project proposal, inception report and final report. Coordinate projects and maintain communication between field researchers and scientists. Appointed as GIS Specialist from Isabela Foundation in Underwater Coral Survey under “Natural Resource Survey, Management and Conservation of Saint Martin’s Island” implemented by Department of Environment, Government of Bangladesh.
Education
January 2018 - December 2019
January 2013 - December 2017

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Publications (15)
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Eskers are complex geological formation that provide crucial resources in northern countries such as drinking water, sand/gravel, outdoor recreational sites, and productive forests. However, there is a huge knowledge gap about the biodiversity and functioning of eskers. Esker lakes are different from other boreal lakes as they are mainly fed by gro...
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Eskers are complex geological formations formed by glaciers during the last ice age. Now, Eskers provide crucial resources in northern countries such as drinking water, sand/gravel, outdoor recreational sites, and productive forests. However, there is a huge knowledge gap about the biodiversity and functioning of eskers. Esker lakes are different f...
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Bangladesh’s forest-dependent people rely on medicinal plants for traditional healthcare practices, as plant-based medicines are easily available and cost-effective. This study evaluated and documented ethnomedicinal practices for, and traditional knowledge of, utilising plants to cure ailments. Ethnobotanical indices quantified the use value (UV),...
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Published in the "Le Mésangeai". https://www.sloat.org/messangeai
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Published in the "Couvert Boréal". https://couvertboreal.com/publications/printemps-2022/
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Eskers are complex geological formation that provide crucial resources in northern countries such as drinking water, sand/gravel, outdoor recreational sites, and productive forests. However, there is a huge knowledge gap about the biodiversity and functioning of eskers. Esker lakes are different from other boreal lakes as they are mainly fed by gro...
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Eskers are complex geological formation formed by glaciers during the last ice age. Eskers provide now crucial resources in all northern countries such as drinking water, sand/gravel, outdoor recreational sites and productive forests. However, there is a huge knowledge gap about the biodiversity and functioning of eskers, and baseline ecological in...
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Eskers are complex geological formation formed by glaciers during the last ice age. Eskers provide now crucial resources in all northern countries and are considered as an important formation providing drinking water, sand/gravel, outdoor recreational sites and productive Jack pine (Pinus banksiana) forests. However, there is a huge knowledge gap a...
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Eskers are one of the most singular ecosystems in the World with important implications at the ecological and economical level providing crucial natural resources for Quebec. However, those ecosystems are vulnerable to human pressure such as mining and logging being thus a priority to conserve and manage this important ecosystem. This is a big chal...
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Eskers are complex geological formation formed by glaciers during the last ice age about 10,000 years ago. Eskers provide now important resources in all northern countries and are considered one of the most important ecosystems economically and ecologically. This is particularly true in the Abitibi-Temiscamingue region where eskers provide drinking...
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One of humanity's most significant challenges in the process of attaining the established sustainability goals is balancing the growing human demand for food and the need to conserve biodiversity. This challenge requires appropriate land uses that are able to conserve biodiversity while ensuring ample food supply. This study compares bird species d...
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One of humanity’s most significant challenges in the process of attaining the established sustainability goals is balancing the growing human demand for food and the need to conserve biodiversity. This challenge requires appropriate land uses that are able to conserve biodiversity while ensuring ample food supply. This study compares bird species d...
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Tourism is a growing sector in Bangladesh whose further development largely relies upon the service quality of the service providers identified with the action of tourism in various tourist places. Karamjal Wildlife Breeding Centre, door to the Sundarbans and a miniature replica of the Sundarbans, has gained enormous tourist attraction. However, th...
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Sundarban Reserved Forest is the largest single chunk of tidal halophytic mangrove forest in the world seeks attraction of the tourist across the world. Among many places and components of tourist attraction in Sundarbans, Karamjal wildlife breeding centre is gaining growing attention from the tourist. Karamjal Wildlife Breeding Centre is the main...
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Human population is increasing day by day, but land resources is limited. To meet with the growing food demand, crop production needs to be increased as well. Normally, Land sharing ensures maximum yield from a single land where land sparing provides less yield. A vital debate arises here, which land use type is better for biodiversity conservation...

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Projects (3)
Project
To characterize the aquatic biodiversity associated to esker lakes
Project
The primary goals of this project is to know the overall tourist profile in Karamjal Visitor Centre, to know the overall tourist perspective of visiting Karamjal and too find out the overall satisfaction of tourists about Karamjal Visitor Centre.
Project
To understand how landsharing and landsparing is affecting the diversity and abundance of birds and amphibian in northeastern Bangladesh.