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Introduction of floating gardening in the north-eastern wetlands of Bangladesh for nutritional security and sustainable livelihood
Floating gardening is a form of hydroponics or soil-less culture. It is an age-old practice of crop cultivation in the floodplains of southern Bangladesh, where aquatic plants such as water hyacinth… Expand
A filamentous green algae-dominated temperate shallow lake : Variations on the theme of clear- water stable states?
Shallow lakes can have two alternative stable states over wide range of nutrient concentrations: a macrophyte-dominated clear-water state and a phytoplankton-dominated turbid-water state. Little… Expand
Reading Nature’s Mind: Disaster management by indigenous peoples of Bangladesh
The paper summarizes the traditional means of forecasting and preparedness against 17 natural hazards by the indigenous communities of the South-eastern hilly region of Bangladesh. It also records… Expand
Conserving threatened plants of Bangladesh: Miles to go before we start?
- H. M. Irfanullah
- 20 June 2011
In the light of important developments in biodiversity conservation in the global and national arenas over the last decade (2001-2010), this paper appraises the progress in identifying threatened… Expand
Factors influencing the return of submerged plants to a clear-water, shallow temperate lake
Abstract Lack of submerged vegetation was studied in a small, shallow, alkaline, clear-water lake with high nitrate concentration (mean 9 mg NO 3 –N L −1 ) and profuse filamentous green algae (FGA)… Expand
Ecology of Dictyosphaerium pulchellum Wood (Chlorophyta, Chlorococcales) in a shallow, acid, forest lake
This study relates to the ecology of Dictyosphaerium pulchellum Wood in Delamere Lake in Cheshire, UK. Dictyosphaerium pulchellum is a cosmopolitan, green colonial phytoplankton species that… Expand
On the role of forested catchment in acid lake limnology.
- H. M. Irfanullah
- 1 February 2009
Delamere Lake is a small, shallow, acid lake (pH 4.5) on the edge of a coniferous forest in Cheshire, England. Its surface water catchment is 19 ha with water retention period of 53 weeks. The lake… Expand
Micro‐scale structure in the chemistry and biology of a shallow lake
Summary 1. Repeat sampling in daytime within a lily (Nuphar lutea) bed and in open water showed distinct heterogeneities in the three-dimensional distributions of water chemistry and planktonic… Expand
Hydrobiological studies within the tea gardens at Srimangal, Bangladesh. III. Chlorophyceae (excluding Desmids)
A total of 83 algal taxa belonging to 40 genera of Chlorophyceae (excluding desmids) have been recorded from some acidic water bodies within the tea gardens at Srimangal, Maulvi Bazar. Of these 14… Expand