In Peer-reviewed Journal:

Imtiaz, S. (2018) “Ecological impact of Rohingya refugees on forest resources: remote sensing analysis of vegetation cover change in Teknaf Peninsula in Bangladesh”, Ecocycles, 4(1), pp. 16-19. Available at:

Hassan, M., Mahjabin, R., Islam, R., Imtiaz, S. (2019) “Land cover classification and change detection analyzing multi-temporal landsat data: a case study of Gazipur Sadar, Bangladesh between 1973 to 2017”, Geography, Environment, Sustainability
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In News Media:

Imtiaz, S. (2017) “Social Cohesion during Disasters”, The Daily Star, 10 February. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2016) “Water Crisis in Bangladesh”s Urban Slums”, The Diplomat, 30 December. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2016) “The Unsung Heroes of the Tampaco Factory Fire”, The Diplomat, 22 September. Available at:
Imtiaz, S. (2017) “Conflict of interest at UN climate talk”, The Financial Express, 16 May. Available at:
Imtiaz, S. (2017) “Carbon Tax on Fossil Fuel”, The Financial Express, 01 June. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2017) “Trump withdraws US from Paris Climate Accord”, The Financial Express, 04 June. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2016) “First to Respond: A Success Story of Community Volunteers, ReliefWeb, 07 Jun. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2016) “Wall Collapse: Changing Attitude in Community Response”, ReliefWeb, 07 Jun. Available at:

Imtiaz, S. (2017) “Non-economic loss and damage from climate change”, The Financial Express, 16 Dec.


Imtiaz, S. (2017) Interviewed by Nyoman Prayoga for Asian Cities Climate Change Resilience Network (ACCCRN), 26 May. Available at:

Conference Presentation:

At what point managed retreat? Resilience building in the coastal zone conference,
Columbia University, New York, USA
Oral presentation on “Impact of Rohingya crisis on the resilience of coastal community in Bangladesh: GIS and satellite remote sensing analysis of deforestation.”          

DRR Exposure & Opportunities 2019, 
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Poster Presentation on “Remote sensing-based burn severity analysis of Amazon wildfire disaster in 2019: The case of Candeias do Jamari municipality in Rondonia State, Brazil.” DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.26219.08486