Climate Change, Salinity & Public Health in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is experiencing substantial levels of saltwater intrusion. While salinity is normally high along its long coast, it is now extending further inland due to climate change. This project investigates the concentration of salt in Bangladesh’s coastal food systems & its associated health impacts.
|Climate Change, Water|
Director & Research Fellow at System Dynamics Society Conference | 26 July 2019
Byomkesh Talukder Publishes Article on Ecological Indicators | 10 December 2018
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