International Institute of Environmental Studies and Disaster Management (IIESDM)
Dhaka (Bangladesh). Also referred to as Dhaka Institute. No recent activity reported since 1990.
Further environmental and disaster management studies, especially related to floods, storm surges and drought.Available with paid subscription only.
Research projects include: deforestation, erosion and sedimentation with reference to Bangladesh floods; forecasting of floods and storm surges and collection of greenhouse data; adverse effects of flood on health, nutrition and population; building regional cooperation for flood prevention and control. Other research fields are related to: drought in South Asia and its remedial measures; persistent xenobiotics in biota and consequences for living organisms.
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