Md. Nayem Hasan Munna

Md. Nayem Hasan Munna
University of Barisal · Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences

Master of Science
Soil Science Lab, Barishal University


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He is an MS student in the Department of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Barishal. He is a team leader of a Research Group named "Earth Review" of the University of Barishal. His research interests focus on Soil and Environmental Management, Soil Fertility, Problematic Soil (Peat Soil and Saline Soil), Soil Organic Matter, Biochar, Water Quality, Wastewater Management, Environmental Toxicity, Air Quality, Disaster Management, RiverBank Erosion, etc.
Additional affiliations
January 2018 - present
University of Barishal
  • Research Assistant
  • I am a team leader of the Research Group of Barishal University. I am leading the team to collect samples and analyze for our research projects with professionalism.
January 2018 - March 2019
University of Barisal
  • Group Leader
January 2015 - March 2019
University of Barisal
  • Student


Publications (2)
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Paira is one of the largest rivers in the Patuakhali district that divides Patuakhali and Barishal districts. Chinese contracting organization Longjian Road and Bridge Company Ltd have been contracted for the construction of the bridge. The environmental impact value of this project is “–2” (negative two). Different environmental management plans a...


Questions (2)
The farmers of Bangladesh would like to use inorganic fertilizer in their lands to get an effective outcome. That is true that using inorganic fertilizer is really helpful to grow more crops. But, the use of some fertilizers, especially N fertilizers and pesticides can boost the activities of soil microbes! The chemical fertilizers provide the microbes with easy to use N compounds.
The causes of riverbank erosion:
  1. Flood: Bangladesh is a riverine country. About 700 rivers including tributaries flow through Bangladesh constituting a good waterway of total length around 24,140 kilometers. Most of the country’s land is formed through silt brought by the rivers. In our country, every year the people are affected by floods, especially for a rainy reason. This is the most crucial reason for riverbank erosion.
  2. Deforestation: Deforestation refers to the cutting down trees and makes a forest non-forest. Trees can hold on the soil aggregates. But when the trees are cut down, the soil particles become loose and for this reason, the soil of the river bank can be eroded gradually.
  3. Heavy Rainfall: We are in monsoon climate zone. We face heavy rainfall in the rainy season. This extreme rainfall is also an important cause of riverbank erosion. Where there is no well-constructed levee of a river, the soil can be eroded because of heavy rainfall at that time. Source:


Projects (6)
The key objectives of the study are: 1. Investigation of the socio-economic impacts of climate change-induced salinity intrusion in Satkhira, Bangladesh 2. Finding out the coastal community adaptation strategies to Climate change-induced salinity intrusion in the study area. 3. To draw the attention of the government and non-government agencies so that they can take the necessary steps to mitigate the problem in the study area.
Goals: 1. Investigation of soil and water salinity and its effect on crop production 2. Figuring out adaptation strategies
Goal: To assess the impacts of Biochar to Rabi Crop Production in Bangladesh.