Geography

How to Develop Eco tourism Strategies and Policies in Bangladesh

eco tourism

Defining “Ecotourism” has proven to be a difficult task given all the different players attempting to define it.  People tend to define things in terms that are beneficial to themselves, hence the variety of definitions.  There are however several workable definitions currently in w.....

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Report on Sources of Pollutants, Water Quality and Initiatives of Civil Society

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The principle objectives of this report are overview the water quality and sources of pollutants of Buriganga river and formulate some recommendation how save the Buriganga River. General objectives of this reports are to overview the water quality and sources of pollutants of buriganga river, to.....

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An Assessment on Changes in Biodiversity

Changes in Biodiversity

Main purpose of this report is to analysis Changes in Biodiversity, here focus on to list the floral and faunal biodiversity of the Dhamshona and Yearpur areas including their past and present status. Report also analyze the changes in floral and faunal biodiversity of the Dhamshona and Yearpu.....

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Assignment on Physical Technique in Geography

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Main objective of this assignment is to analysis Physical Technique in Geography. Assignment discuss on theories and explain all this theories. Here the Name of the Experiment is Particle size analysis (sieve method) of soil sample. And the theory is - Sieve Analysis (or graduation test) is a .....

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Future Prospectus of CORR – the Jute Works Illusion

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Caritas Bangladesh at a Glance Caritas is Latin word. Literally it means “charity” or universal love. We prefer “LOVE” which includes all aspects of humanity. Caritas is Bangladeshi local, national, development organization, established by the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Bangladesh,.....

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Disaster Management in Bangladesh

Disaster Management

Introduction Natural Hazard any natural event which has an adverse socio-economic impact on the human being. Alternatively, an extreme natural event, such as a cyclone, an earthquake or a flood, that is not caused by human beings. These are naturally occurring phenomena that only become hazardou.....

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Microbial Investigation of Curcuma Longa

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Introduction Curcuma longa commonly known as turmeric is traditionally used as a spice and coloring agent in Asian cuisine. Turmeric possesses a wide range of biological activities such as anti-microbial, anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant activities. Scientific information suggested.....

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Conservation of Hoolock Gibbons

Hoolock Gibbons

Introduction Gibbons are the least known among the apes, since more attention has been traditionally devoted to the great apes (Geissmann 2002). Gibbons hold a very important position in the ecology of tropical forests and have been under considerable threats primarily due to habitat destruction .....

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Particle Size Analysis of Soil Sample

Soil

Theory Sieve Analysis (or graduation test) is a practice or procedure used to assess the particle size distribution of a granular material. The size distribution is often of critical importance to the way the material performs in use. A sieve analysis can be performed on any type of non-organic o.....

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Disasters in Bangladesh

Disasters in Bangladesh

Introduction Natural Hazard any natural event which has an adverse socio-economic impact on the human being. Alternatively, an extreme natural event, such as a cyclone, an earthquake or a flood, that is not caused by human beings. These are naturally occurring phenomena that only become hazardou.....

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Disaster Management Act and Plans

Disaster Management Act

National Disaster Management Policy A National Disaster Management Policy will be formulated to define the national perspective on disaster risk reduction and emergency management, and to describe the strategic framework, and national principles of disaster management in Bangladesh. It will be of.....

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PROPOSED RESPONSE SPECTRA FOR SYLHET CITY, BANGLADESH

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Abstract  In an earthquake, the damage at a site is greatly influenced by the response of the soil. In seismic response analysis, the site response is calculated in the form of response spectra for a particular site. SHAKE is a computer program, which is widely used one dimensional method, has b.....

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Global Co-Operative Enterprises

Global Co-Operative

Activity 5 – Global co-operative enterprises Case Studies Amul Amul is a union of milk co-operatives in the Indian state of Gujarat. Amul means ‘priceless’ in Sanskrit and was formed as a marketing organisation for dairy farmers in 1946. Since then it has continued to grow in both size .....

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Geopolitically of Bangladesh

Geopolitically of Bangladesh

 Introduction: South Asia is a region of great significance in the current world politics. Geo-strategically and Geo-economically, this region plays a vital role in the world economy. Geopolitically Bangladesh is very important in the world politics. Bangladesh also plays an important role in th.....

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