MD Sarwar Hossain Sohel
MD Sarwar Hossain Sohel
Lecturer in Environmental Science & Sustainability, School of Interdisciplinary Studies, University
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Safe and just operating spaces for regional social-ecological systems
Global Environmental Change 28, 227–238, 2014
Recent changes in ecosystem services and human well-being in the Bangladesh coastal zone
MS Md. Sarwar Hossain, John A. Dearing, M. M. Rahman
Regional Environmental Change, 2015
Soil salinity, household wealth and food insecurity in tropical deltas: evidence from south-west coast of Bangladesh
S Szabo, MS Hossain, WN Adger, Z Matthews, S Ahmed, AN Lázár, ...
Sustainability science 11, 411-421, 2016
Spatial and Temporal Variability of Rainfall over the South-West Coast of Bangladesh
Climate 2 (2), 28-46, 2014
Unravelling the interrelationships between ecosystem services and human wellbeing in the Bangladesh delta
MS Hossain, F Eigenbrod, FA Johnson, JA Dearing
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 2016
Restoring water quality in the polluted Turag-Tongi-Balu river system, Dhaka: Modelling nutrient and total coliform intervention strategies
P Whitehead, G Bussi, MA Hossain, M Dolk, P Das, S Comber, R Peters, ...
Science of the total environment 631, 223-232, 2018
Integrating ecosystem services and climate change responses in coastal wetlands development plans for Bangladesh
MS Hossain, L Hein, FI Rip, JA Dearing
Mitigation and Adaptation strategies for global Change 20, 241-261, 2015
Operationalizing safe operating space for regional social-ecological systems
FAJ Md Sarwar Hossain John A Dearinga, Felix Eigenbrod
Science of The Total Environment, 673–682, 2017
Systems thinking: an approach for understanding'eco-agri-food systems'
W Zhang, JPR Thorn, J Gowdy, A Bassi, M Santamaria, F DeClerck, ...
The Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity, 2018
Social-ecological system approaches for water resources management
CGNH Animesh K. Gain , Md. Sarwar Hossain , David Benson , Giuliano Di ...
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 2020
Identifying future research directions for biodiversity, ecosystem services and sustainability: perspectives from early-career researchers
MS Hossain, SJ Pogue, L Trenchard, APE Van Oudenhoven, ...
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 25 (3), 249-261, 2018
Participatory modelling for conceptualizing social-ecological system dynamics in the Bangladesh delta
MS Hossain, J Ramirez, F Szabo, Sylvia , Eigenbrod, Johnson, ...
Regional Environmental Change 20 (28), 2020
Sustainable development goals offer new opportunities for tropical delta regions
S Szabo, FG Renaud, MS Hossain, Z Sebesvári, Z Matthews, ...
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 57 (4), 16-23, 2015
Social benefits of river restoration from ecosystem services perspective: A systematic review
B Sayantani M, H Md Sarwar, T Joanna, GJ Małgorzata
Environmental Science & Policy 124, 90-100, 2021
Public perceptions and attitudes toward urban wildlife encounters–A decade of change
SM Basak, MS Hossain, DT O'Mahony, H Okarma, E Widera, ...
Science of the total environment 834, 155603, 2022
Sustainable coastal social-ecological systems: how do we define “coastal”?
MS Hossain, AK Gain, K Rogers
International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology, 2020
A systematic review of soil carbon management in Australia and the need for a social-ecological systems framework
MN Amin, MS Hossain, LL Bruyn, BrianWilson
Science of the Total Environment, 2019
TEEB for Agriculture & Food: Scientific and Economic Foundations
TEEB …, 2018
Recent trends of human wellbeing in the Bangladesh delta
FE Md Sarwar Hossain, Fiifi Amoako Johnson, John A Dearing
Environmental Development, 2015
A coupled human and landscape conceptual model of risk and resilience in Alpine mountain communities
MS Hossain, J Ramirez, H Tina, I Speranza C, O Romppainen-Martius, ...
Science of the Total Environment, 2020
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