Research Publications

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Manuscripts Published

Global Observation of EKC Hypothesis for CO2, SOx and NOx Emission: a policy understanding for climate change mitigation in Bangladesh.
Miah, M.D., M.F.H. Masum, and M. Koike, 2010.
Energy Policy, 38(8):4643-4651.

Livelihood pattern and forest dependence of the major tribes in Rangamati, Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., G. Oesten., R. von Detten., M.F.H. Masum, and S. Chakma, 2010.
Proceedings of the Shinshu University International Symposium 2010 on Sustainable Agriculture and Environment: Asian Network II, Japan. 45-58 pp.

Trees outside the forests: a case study on species composition, structure and role of homestead forestry in Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., G. Oesten., R. von Detten., M.F.H. Masum, M.M. Hossain, and S. Chakma, 2010. Forests for the Future- Sustaining Society and the Environment. XXIII IUFRO World Congress, 23-28 August 2010, Seoul, South Korea. International Forestry Review, Vol.12 (5), pg. 232. (Special Issue of Abstracts)

Environmental Kuznets Curve: the case of Bangladesh for waste emission and suspended particulate matter.
Miah, M.D., M.F.H. Masum, M. Koike, S. Akhter, and N. Muhammed, 2011.
The Environmentalist, 31:59-66, Springerlink.

A review of the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis for deforestation policy in Bangladesh.
Miah, M.D., M.F.H. Masum, M. Koike, and S. Akhter, 2011.  iForest, 4: 16-24

Floral composition and biodiversity conservation in homestead forests in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., M.F.H. Masum, M.M. Hossain, S. Chakma, G. Oesten and R. von Detten, 2011. International Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services and Management.

A case study on the Garo ethnic people of the Sal (Shorea robusta) forests in Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., S. Chakma, M.F.H. Masum, M.M. Hossain, G. Oesten, 2011.
International Journal of Social Forestry, 4 (2):197-211

Conflict and corollaries on forest and indigenous people: experience from Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., M.M. Hossain, M.F.H. Masum, S. Chakma, G. Oesten and R. von Detten, 2012.
In. Sustainable Forest Management (Book 2). ISBN 979-953-307-702-3. Intech Open access publisher.

Economic dependence of rural people on homestead forestry in Mymensingh, Bangladesh.
Muhammed, N., M.F.H. Masum, Md. M. Hossain, S. Chakma, and G. Oesten, 2013.
Journal of Forestry Research, 24(3): 591−597

Sales of forestry-related specialty license plates in the southern United States: a county level empirical analysis.
Tanger, S. M., M.F.H. Masum, M.A. Blazier, A.G. Holley.
Forests, 7(7):145.

Manuscripts Submitted

Life cycle analysis of carbon balance from an agroforestry system in Mississippi alluvial valley.
Masum, M.F.H., S.R. Mehmood, M. Pelkki, H. Liechty.

Life cycle analysis of energy balance from an agroforestry system in Mississippi alluvial valley.
Masum, M.F.H., S.R. Mehmood, M. Pelkki, H. Liechty.

Conference Presentations

• Oral presentation at SAF convention (2013) on Life cycle analysis of cellulosic bioenergy in the Mississippi alluvial valley.

• Oral presentation at SOFEW conference (2013) on Factors influencing household income of indigenous people in Bangladesh (with Dr. Sayeed R. Mehmood, Associate Professor, University of Arkansas at Monticello)

• Oral presentation at CNREP conference (2016) on Factors that Influence Sales of Forestry-Related Specialty License Plates in Southern United States.

Scholarships/Awards/Grants

• Received the Diversity Ambassador Scholarship in Society of American Foresters (SAF) convention, 2013.

• First prize in the poster competition in 12th annual southern bio-product and renewable energy conference, 2013. Poster title – Life Cycle Analysis of Carbon Sequestration of Agroforestry System in Mississippi Alluvial Valley.

• Second prize in the poster competition in Southern Forest Economics Workers (SOFEW) conference, 2013. Poster title – Life Cycle Analysis of Cellulosic Bioenergy from Agroforestry system in Mississippi Alluvial Valley

• Received research grants from the Institute of Forest Economics, University of Freiburg, Germany for the period of March, 2010 to September, 2010 to work as Research Assistant on the project “Livelihood support and potential role of indigenous people in forest management in developing world: Bangladesh perspectives” supervised by Professor Dr. H.C. Gerhard Oesten and Dr. Nur Muhammed.

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