Hadayet Ullah
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Bioeconomics of commercial marine fisheries of Bay of Bengal: status and direction
A Habib, MH Ullah, NN Duy
Economics Research International 2014, 2014
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
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
Reconstruction of total marine fisheries catches for Bangladesh: 1950-2010
H Ullah, D Gibson, D Knip, K Zylich, D Zeller
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
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
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
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
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), 2019
Effects of elevated CO2 and nutrients on the community metabolism of a Cymodocea nodosa bed
F Khan, A Alexandre, H Ullah, R Santos
Turkish Journal of Botany 40 (3), 250-257, 2016
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