Munshi Rahman is currently in the third year of his Doctoral program in Geography. He holds a M.S. in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Dhaka in Bangladesh and a M.A. in Geography from the University of Northern Iowa, and is currently working as a Teaching Assistant within the Department of Geography. His research interests include the applications of geospatial technologies as they relate to environmental problems and disaster vulnerability assessments and mitigation due to global climate change.
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Rahman, M.K., and Schmidlin, T.W. (2013). The Perception and Impact of Natural Hazards on Fishing Communities of Kutubdia Island, Bangladesh. Geographical Review (accepted on July 31, 2013).
Paul, B.K., and Rahman, M.K. (2013). “Recovery Efforts: The Case of the 2007 Cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh. In Palutikof, J., and Karoly, D.J. (eds.), Natural Disasters and Adaptation to Climate Change, pp. 167-173. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Paul, B.K., Rahman, M.K., and Rakshit, B.C. (2011). Post-cyclone Sidr Illness Patterns in Coastal Bangladesh: An Empirical Study. Natural Hazards, 56:841-852.
- Hazards and Disasters
- Human Environment Interactions, Climatology and Climate Change Studies
- Geography of Health and Public Health
- GIS, Remote Sensing, GPS