Hasan M. Abdullah's Site

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Hasan M. Abdullah has specialization and interest in agricultural remote sensing and Geographic Information System(GIS). He is serving as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Agroforestry and Environment of the Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University (BSMRAU), Bangladesh. He is facilitating the Agro-environmental Remote Sensing and Geospatial (ARSaG) Laboratory which is established and co-funded by BSMRAU and CIMMYT. He received his Ph.D. (2012) from the Gifu University, Japan with Japanese government scholarship. His Ph.D. supervisor was Professor Yoshio Awaya. He obtained his MS (Forest and Woodland Management) from the same University in 2009.The research was supervised by Emeritus Professor Tsuyoshi Akiyama. Before continuing higher studies he completed his BSc Ag (Hons) from Bangladesh Agricultural University (BAU), Mymensingh. His Ph.D. research theme was to investigate Net Primary Productivity (NPP) of mountainous agricultural land in Takayama city, central Japan using field sampling and high-resolution satellite imagery (QuickBird2 & WorldView2). However, his research interest is multidisciplinary encompassing: application of data science / big data/ machine learning in climate compatible agriculture, sustainability, ecosystem service, natural resource management, environmental monitoring and impact assessment utilizing satellite remote sensing and GIS. Currently, he is collaborating several national and multinational research projects.Collaborative research with similar/ complementary interest is always welcome.

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SPEI based spatiotemporal evolution of drought at 1, 3, 6, 9, 12 month lag over Bossier Parish Louisiana, USA

(Data were standardized for each month)

Map of Modhupur Sal forest prepared from Landsat imagery showing remnant natural Sal forest coverage in 1972, 1989, 2010 and 2015 (latter dated map overlaid on the older).

Annual precipitation scenario generated for Bangladesh

Drought evolution in Bangladesh (1901 to 2011)

Dynamic land use land cover near Sundarban ( world heritage site)