- Environmental issues in fisheries and aquaculture
- Climate Change
- Water pollution
- Institutional and policy analysis
- Socio-economic analysis
- Adaptation strategies and sustainable livelihoods: Addressing the impacts of climate variability and change on inland fishery-dependent people in Bangladesh. Funded by IFS, Sweden
- Contribution of Bangladeshi fisheries sector to greenhouse gas emission and suggestions for climate smart fisheries. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh
- Climate change impacts, vulnerability and sustainable adaptation strategies: insights from aquaculture of Bangladesh. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh
- Monitoring Terrestrial and Aquatic Organisms for the Impact Zone of SBIIPCL Project; funded by International Finance Corporation (IFC), World Bank
- Economic incentives to conserve hilsa shad fish (Tenualosa ilisha) in Bangladesh; funded by Darwin Initiative, DERFA, UK
- Impact of heavy metals and persistent organic pollutants on some freshwater fishes with special reference to the toxic effects of mercury (Hg) and arsenic (As) on fish reproduction, protein changes and cellular DNA damages. Funded by Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of Bangladesh.
- Migrating to tackle climate variability and change? Insights from coastal fishing communities in Bangladesh
2 Jun 2014. Susannah Mary Sallu, Monirul Islam, Klaus Hubacek, Jouni Paavola
- Limits and barriers to adaptation to climate variability and change in Bangladeshi coastal fishing communities.
1 Jan 2014. Monirul Islam, Susannah Mary Sallu, Klaus Hubacek, Jouni Paavola
- Vulnerability of fishery-based livelihoods to the impacts of climate variability and change: insights from coastal Bangladesh.
6 Jun 2013. Monirul Islam, Susannah Mary Sallu, Klaus Hubacek, Jouni Paavola