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The wildfire of August 2019 in Brazilian Amazon gathered worldwide attention. It is important to analyze the burn pattern in order to investigate the causes behind this forest blaze such as climate change, deforestation, invasion, illegal logging, or other human activities. The objective of this research is to classify burn severity across differen...
Abstract: Since 25 August, 2017, approximately 655,000 refugees settled in Bangladesh as of 11 December 2017. Most of these refugees are settled in Teknaf and Ukhiya sub-district under Cox’s Bazar. World’s largest and most densely populated refugee camp is also settled here. On the other hand, this is one of the most vulnerable regions of Banglades...
This paper analyzed land cover changes in Gazipur Sadar – an important urban fringe of expanding Dhaka City, Bangladesh, by leveraging remotely sensed imageries between 1973 and 2017. Landsat images of1973, 1991, 2006, and 2017 were classified using widely-preferred supervised classification method. Compared against groundtruth data, the reported c...
Satellite remote sensing technique has been used to assess the vegetation cover changes experienced by areas severely affected by Rohingya refugees in Teknaf peninsula of Bangladesh which is bordering Myanmar. Since 25 August, 2017, approximately 655,000 refugees settled in Bangladesh as of 11 December 2017. Majority of them are settled in the sub-...
Abstract: Bangladesh is well known for its outstanding copping capability regarding cyclonic disaster. Once upon a time Bangladesh had to face huge loss and damages due to cyclone. But now the situation has changed. Bangladesh is no more a helpless victim, rather the country is a role model for building resilience against cyclone. The main reason b...