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Hadayet Ullah
Hadayet Ullah
Scientist, WorldFish
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Climate change could drive marine food web collapse through altered trophic flows and cyanobacterial proliferation
H Ullah, I Nagelkerken, SU Goldenberg, DA Fordham
PLOS Biology 16 (1), e2003446, 2018
1532018
Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in some commercially important fishes from a tropical river estuary suggests higher potential health risk in children than adults
ASS Ahmed, S Sultana, A Habib, H Ullah, N Musa, MB Hossain, ...
Plos one 14 (10), e0219336, 2019
1102019
Ecohydrology: a framework for overcoming the environmental impacts of shrimp aquaculture on the coastal zone of Bangladesh
MSI Sohel, MH Ullah
Ocean & coastal management 63, 67-78, 2012
612012
Temporal and spatial distribution of fish and shrimp assemblage in the Bakkhali river estuary of Bangladesh in relation to some water quality parameters
M Rashed-Un-Nabi, MA Al-Mamun, MH Ullah, MG Mustafa
Marine Biology Research 7 (5), 436-452, 2011
592011
Fishers’ perceptions of the performance of hilsa shad (Tenualosa ilisha) sanctuaries in Bangladesh
MM Islam, N Islam, AR Sunny, S Jentoft, MH Ullah, SM Sharifuzzaman
Ocean & Coastal Management 130, 309-316, 2016
582016
Boosted food web productivity through ocean acidification collapses under warming
SU Goldenberg, I Nagelkerken, CM Ferreira, H Ullah, SD Connell
Global change biology 23 (10), 4177-4184, 2017
522017
Trophic pyramids reorganize when food web architecture fails to adjust to ocean change
SDC Ivan Nagelkerken, Silvan U. Goldenberg, Camilo M. Ferreira, Hadayet Ullah
Science 369 (Issue 6505,), pp. 829-832, 2020
472020
Trophic model of the coastal ecosystem of the Bay of Bengal using mass balance Ecopath model
MH Ullah, M Rashed-Un-Nabi, MA Al-Mamun
Ecological Modelling 225, 82-94, 2012
422012
Future ocean climate homogenizes communities across habitats through diversity loss and rise of generalist species
M Colossi Brustolin, I Nagelkerken, C Moitinho Ferreira, ...
Global change biology 25 (10), 3539-3548, 2019
252019
Effects of Set Bagnet fisheries on the shallow coastal ecosystem of the Bay of Bengal
M Rashed-Un-Nabi, MH Ullah
Ocean & coastal management 67, 75-86, 2012
232012
Reconstruction of total marine fisheries catches for Bangladesh: 1950-2010
H Ullah, D Gibson, D Knip, K Zylich, D Zeller
222014
Influence of environmental variables and fishing pressure on bivalve fisheries in an inshore lagoon and adjacent nearshore coastal area
B Vânia, H Ullah, CM Teixeira, P Range, K Erzini, F Leitão
Estuaries and coasts 37 (1), 191-205, 2014
222014
Bioeconomics of commercial marine fisheries of Bay of Bengal: status and direction
A Habib, MH Ullah, NN Duy
Economics Research International 2014, 2014
202014
Investing in carp seed quality improvements in homestead aquaculture: lessons from Bangladesh
M Karim, HJ Keus, MH Ullah, L Kassam, M Phillips, M Beveridge
Aquaculture 453, 19-30, 2016
172016
Carp–mola productivity and fish consumption in small-scale homestead aquaculture in Bangladesh
M Karim, H Ullah, S Castine, MM Islam, HJ Keus, M Kunda, SH Thilsted, ...
Aquaculture International 25 (2), 867-879, 2017
162017
Predicting impacts of climate change on forest tree species of Bangladesh: evidence from threatened Dysoxylum binectariferum (Roxb.) Hook. f. ex Bedd.(Meliaceae)
SI Sohel, S Akhter, H Ullah, E Haque, P Rana
iForest-Biogeosciences and Forestry 10 (1), 154, 2016
142016
An analysis of the impacts of climatic variability and hydrology on the coastal fisheries, Engraulis encrasicolus and Sepia officinalis, of Portugal
H Ullah, F Leitão, V Baptista, L Chícharo
Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 12 (4), 337-352, 2012
142012
Implications of Mangrove Wetland in Socio-environmental Sector: Experiences from Southeast Coast of Chittagong, Bangladesh
MH Ullah, MAI Mondal, MR Uddin, MA Ferdous
Journal of Forest and Environmental Science 26 (2), 103-111, 2010
52010
Climate change negates positive CO2 effects on marine species biomass and productivity by altering the strength and direction of trophic interactions
H Ullah, DA Fordham, I Nagelkerken
Science of The Total Environment 801, 149624, 2021
22021
Seasonal Fishery Closure in the Northern Bay of Bengal Causes Immediate but Contrasting Ecological and Socioeconomic Impacts
MM Islam, A Begum, SMA Rahman, H Ullah
Mar. Sci 8, 1-13, 2021
22021
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