Currently focus on livelihoods and wellbeing analyses and social dimensions of coastal and marine resource conservation.
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Reashan Ujjaman is a graduate student currently enrolled at Sylhet Agricultural University,Bangladesh to pursue his Master's degree in Coastal and Marine Fisheries. Has research interest focus on a range of interdisciplinary topics related to climate change adaptation, socio-ecological approaches,and small scale fisheries perspectives on coastal livelihoods. Nowadays,he has been researching these area to better understand the actual condition and challenges on community institutions and so on.
This study aims to investigate the social and technological changes in the traditional coastal fishing villages of Moheshkhali Island in Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh. Using interviews and oral history, the study tracks these changes over time from 1972 to 2021. The study participants include veteran and senior fishers of traditional fishing c...
The Sundarbans, one of the world's largest remaining mangrove ecosystems, support exceptional biodiversity that provides a wide array of benefits for society, the economy, and the environment. This wetland is of critical ecological significance, by shielding the shore from UV-B rays, "greenhouse" effects, and protects our coast from the wrath of cy...
Horseshoe crabs (Crustacean shellfish) are horseshoe-shaped living fossils, usually found in the soft, sandy, or muddy intertidal habitats of marine, coastal and mangrove habitats of most tropical and subtropical areas of the world including the northern Bay of Bengal. Yet little or negligible knowledge about this non-conventional fishery resource...
Small-scale fishers lead a majestic figure in the inland fisheries contribution of Bangladesh. Bangali River is one of the most important rivers in the northern part of Bangladesh because of its inordinate biodiversity. The paper portrays the struggling livelihood of small-scale fishers in terms of socioeconomic capitals. To gather empirical data,...
Small-scale fishers contribute a large volume in total inland fish production of Bangladesh. That is why an understanding of their socio-economic circumstance is much important to plan the further progression of small-scale fisheries. This study depicts the livelihood status of small-scale fishers & their obstructions in the Jaldhaka Upazila of Nil...
The consequences of climate change are already being felt now throughout the world. Bangladesh is more at jeopardy from climate change than almost any other country. Coastal fishing community are more precarious to the sardonic eventualities of climate change. The coastal fishing community of Kuakata coastal belt in Bangladesh are living on the edg...