Your shopping cart is empty Log in
| About Boi Mela | Customer Service | Contact
 HomeAdvanced SearchNew BooksPublisher List

 Download Free Books
 
 Boi Mela 2012 Books
 
 Download Free Textbooks
 
 English Titles
 
 Top #100 Bestsellers
 
 Authors List
Humayun Ahmed
Imdadul Haq Milon
Qazi Anwar Husain
Muntassir Mamoon
Muhammed Zafar Iqbal
Anisul Hoque
 See all Authors...
 
 Category Listing
Novels
Children
Reference
Poetry
Stories
Biography
Essays
Muktijuddho
History
Science
 See all Categories..
 
 Publisher List
Anannya
Mowla Brothers
Somoy Prokashon
Oitijjhya
Seba Prokashani
 See all Publishers...


  Information
Shipping Information
Payment Options
Order Tracking
Privacy & Security
Our Friends
 Help Us

Google
Web Boi Mela


Banglapedia Articles
Archaeology (West Bengal)
National Institute of Preventive of Social Medicine
Pagla Shah
Patuya Sangit
Sircir, Mahendralal
Soil Series

Hosting by ANC

Boi-Mela.com is hosted by Alpha Net's Web Hosting in Bangladesh. Alpha Net is the leading Web Hosting company in Bangladesh offering low cost Linux Hosting, ASP.NET Hosting, VPS, & Dedicated Servers for over 15 years.

Looking for Homes for Sale in the USA?

Are you looking to find a Martial Arts School around you? Try dojos.info. There are over 30 thousand Martial Arts Schools that you can search by location, style, name etc. For Canada, see dojos.ca and dojos.com.au for Australia.

For Martial Arts Schools in UK, try UK's Dojo Directory.

 

 

 


Agricultural Disaster Management n Bangladesh / এগ্রিকালচারাল ডিজাস্টার ম্যানেজমেন্ট ইন বাংলাদেশ
-
Agricultural Disaster Management n Bangladesh By:Hugh Brammer Book Type: Research
  বইটি কিনতে ফোন করুন
0197-2646352
(0197-BOIMELA)
Book Code 12207
Publisher University Press / ইউনিভার্সিটি প্রেস লিমিটেড
Book Type Research [+]
Published February, 1999
ISBN 9840514482
Page 458
Language English
Binding Hardcover
Price Tk. 750.00
   
বইটি বাংলায় দেখুন
Available in Stock
   
Quantity  
DBBL Nexus

More books from the Author

Agricultural Development Possibilities in Bangladesh By:Hugh Brammer Agroecological Aspects of Agricultural Research in Bangladesh By:Hugh Brammer Can Bangladesh be Protected from Floods? By:Hugh Brammer How to Help Small Farmers in Bangladesh By:Hugh Brammer Land Use and Land Use Planning in Bangladesh By:Hugh Brammer

Agricultural Development Possibilities in Bangladesh

Agroecological Aspects of Agricultural Research in Bangladesh

Can Bangladesh be Protected from Floods?

How to Help Small Farmers in Bangladesh

Land Use and Land Use Planning in Bangladesh

These books are for Free!!!

Nishikonna By:Muhammed Zafar Iqbal Rashed, My Friend By:Muhammed Zafar Iqbal Grohantorer Sukh By:Quazi Johirul Islam Class VII Agricultural Education By:NCTB Authors Class VIII Home Economics By:NCTB Authors

Nishikonna

Rashed, My Friend

Grohantorer Sukh

Class VII Agricultural Education

Class VIII Home Economics
Description:
Agricultural Disaster Management n Bangladesh
Hugh Brammer
ISBN 984 05 1448 2 1999 458p 240x175mm HB Tk.750.00 US$33.00

This book includes selected papers on agricultural disaster management based on the author’s thirty-five years’ experience in agricultural development in Bangladesh. This was a field in which the author did pioneering work: first by analysing the impacts of natural disasters on agricultural production and indicating practical rehabilitation measures for different kinds of land and soils month by month throughout the year; then by codifying institutional procedures for reporting and assessing crop damage and for organizing appropriate relief and rehabilitation measures. Although the information and procedures relate specifically to Bangladesh, the principles described in this book can be applied in other countries, especially in countries where small-scale farmers predominate.

The book comprises four parts. Part I describes Bangladesh’s physical environment to assist readers in understanding the country’s distinctive land use and the kinds of natural disaster which occur. Part 11 comprises five chapters describing procedures for preparing contingency plans, assessing damage, and preparing and monitoring rehabilitation programmes, a chapter recording the author’s experience in monitoring and interpreting weather data, plus a chapter describing measures to protect flood-protection, road and railway projects from flood damage.

The core of the book is contained in Part 111. This comprises eleven chapters dealing with individual kinds of disaster, including floods, drought and cyclones. Each chapter systematically describes the impacts of a specific disaster type on agriculture, the preventive, precautionary, rehabilitation and relief measures that can be taken to mitigate their effects, and the role of agricultural research and extension in disaster mitigation. Part IV comprises three chapters. Two of these reproduce reports made after specific cyclone and drought disasters, while the concluding chapter sums up the lessons learnt from the author’s experience. That chapter, and the book as a whole, provide a practical guide to planners and administrators responsible for designing and implementing measures to reduce the impacts of natural disasters on farmers and on agricultural production.

Hugh Brammer was born in Britain and took his M.A. degree in Geography at Cambridge University in 195 1. He worked on reconnaissance soil surveys in the Gold Coast (later Ghana) 1951-6 1, then joined the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) to organize the reconnaissance soil survey of East Pakistan. Evacuated from, Dhaka in 1971, he was seconded to the World Bank in Washington to assist in preparing the nine-volume Bangladesh Land and Water I Sector Study Report (1972), including the :report’s land use and hydrological maps. After serving as Senior Soil Scientist in Zambia 1972-73, Mr. Brammer returned to Bangladesh from 1974 until 1986, working mainly with the Ministry of Agriculture as an agricultural adviser and latterly as manager of the agroecological zones project. He was awarded the Bangladesh President’s Gold Medal for Agriculture in 1979, FAO’s B.R. Sen Award in 1981, and the O.B.E by the British Government in 1987. Since his retirement from FAO in 1987, Mr. Brammer has been a frequent visitor to Bangladesh as a consultant, inter alia, for the Flood Policy Study (1989), the Flood Action Plan (1989-94) and a Greenhouse Effects Study (1992-93). Throughout his career, Mr. Brammer was a prolific writer of technical reports and papers, and of popular articles on soils, agricultural development and disaster preparedness. He is now engaged in compiling his papers on Bangladesh into a set of collected works, of which this book is the third volume to appear.
 
Reader's Review
Add your own comment
  Quick Find: |A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|

© 2016 Boi-Mela
83/1 Laboratory Road , Dhaka - 1205, Bangladesh, Voice: +880 2 9131155, E-mail: info@boi-mela.com
1107, N. Forrest Avenue, Kissimmee, Florida - 34741, USA, Voice: +1 407 301 1232, Fax: +1 407 396 4913