Mr Md Ashraful Islam

PhD Student


Room 303 PEMS North (Bldg 22) School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences, UNSW Canberra, Australian Defence Force Academy, PO Box 7916, Canberra BC ACT 2610, AUSTRALIA


PhD Student

Field of Study: Geography

Primary Supervisor:  Dr David Paull

Co-Supervisor:  Dr Amy Griffin 

Research Topic: Assessing contemporary community disaster resilience in a coastal region of Bangladesh

Journal articles

Yousuf Gazi M; Ashraful Islam M; Hossain S, 2019, 'FLOOD-HAZARD MAPPING IN A REGIONAL SCALE – WAY FORWARD TO THE FUTURE HAZARD ATLAS IN BANGLADESH', Malaysian Journal of Geosciences, vol. 3, pp. 01 - 11,

Hasan M; Islam MA; Aziz Hasan M; Alam MJ; Peas MH, 2019, 'Groundwater vulnerability assessment in Savar upazila of Dhaka district, Bangladesh — A GIS-based DRASTIC modeling', Groundwater for Sustainable Development, vol. 9,

Islam MA; Murshed S; Kabir SMM; Farazi AH; Gazi MY; Jahan I, 2017, 'Utilization of Open Source Spatial Data for Landslide Susceptibility Mapping at Chittagong District of Bangladesh—An Appraisal for Disaster Risk Reduction and Mitigation Approach', International Journal of Geosciences, vol. 8, pp. 577 - 598,

Gazi MY; Kabir SMM; Imam MB; Rahman A; Islam MA, 2017, 'Geochemistry of Neogene Mudrocks from Sitakund Anticline, Bengal Basin: Implications for Provenance, Weathering, Tectonic Setting and Depositional Environment', Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection, vol. 05, pp. 147 - 171,

Ashraful Islam M; Mitra D; Dewan A; Akhter SH, 2016, 'Coastal multi-hazard vulnerability assessment along the Ganges deltaic coast of Bangladesh–A geospatial approach', Ocean & Coastal Management, vol. 127, pp. 1 - 15,

Islam MA; Hossain MS; Murshed S, 2015, 'Assessment of Coastal Vulnerability Due to Sea Level Change at Bhola Island, Bangladesh: Using Geospatial Techniques', Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, vol. 43, pp. 625 - 637,

Maitra MK; Islam MA; Mamun MA, 2014, 'Thickness, Distribution and Quality Assessment of Gopalganj-Madaripur Peat Deposits: A Case Study of Potential Economic Opportunities in Mid-Eastern Low-Lying Bangladesh', International Journal of Geosciences, vol. 05, pp. 943 - 955,