Department of Environmental Science and Disaster Management

Academic Profile of Dr. Mohammad. Mohinuzzaman

Dr. Mohammad. Mohinuzzaman

About Dr. Mohammad. Mohinuzzaman


  1. Mohammad Mahbub Kabir, Snigdha Setu Paul Mouna, Samia Akter, Shahjalal Khandaker, Md. Didar-ul-Alam, Newaz Mohammed Bahadur, Mohammad Mohinuzzaman, Md. Aminul Islam, M.A. Shenashen; Tea waste based natural adsorbent for toxic pollutant removal from waste samples; Journal of Molecular Liquids; 322 (2021) 115012.
  2. Tasneem, A., Sarker, P., Akter, S., Rahaman, M. S., Mohinuzzaman. M., Uddin, M.K., Kabir, M. M.; Textile Wastewater Treatment by Combination of Chemical and Phytoremediation Processes; Pollution; 7(1): 43-54, Winter 2021.
  3. Mohinuzzaman, M., Yuan, J., Yang, X., Senesi N., Li, S.-L., Ellam, R.M., Mostofa, K.M.G., Liu C.-Q. Insights into Solubility of Soil Humic Substances and Their Fluorescence Characterisation in Three Characteristic Soils. Science of the Total Environment, 720(137395). 0048-9697.
  4. Yang, X.; Liu, Y., Yuan, J., Yue, F-J., Li, S-L., Wang, B., Mohinuzzaman, M., Lao, X., Li, L-L., Liu, C-Q., Ellam, R.M., Mostofa, K.M.G. New insights into mechanisms of sunlight- and dark-mediated high-temperature accelerated diurnal production-degradation of fluorescent DOM in lake waters. Science of the Total Environment,
  5. Qin, Z., Yang, X., Song, Z., Peng, B., Zwieten, L.V., Yu, C., Wu, S., Mohinuzzaman, M., Wang, H. Profile distributions of organic carbon fractions under paddy and forest soils derived from black shales: implications for potential of long-term carbon storage. Catena;
  6. Azam, G., Huda, M.E., Bhuiyan, M.A.H., Mohinuzzaman, M., Bodrud-Doza, M., Islam, S.M.D. Climate Change and Natural Hazards Vulnerability of Char Land (Bar Land) Communities of Bangladesh: Application of the Livelihood Vulnerability Index (LVI); Global Social Welfare, 4(1), 2019. doi: 10.1007/s40609-019-00148-1
  7. Mostofa, K.M.G., Fu, Z., Mohinuzzaman, M., Li, L., Lao, X., Liu, Y., Liu, C-Q. (2018) Characterisation and classification of fluorescent dissolved organic matter in water: Current challenges and future directions. Keynote Speaker, Abstract in Workshop on Organic Matter Spectroscopy 2018 (WOMS18), 23-27 October 2018, Carqueiranne City, France.
  8. Mohinuzzaman, M., Saadat, A.H.M., Mostofa, K.M.G., Islam, S.M.N., Hossain, S.M., Tareq, S.M. Health Risk Assessment of Chromium-Accumulated Fish and Vegetables at Gulshan Lake of Bangladesh: A Case Study. Pollution, 4(3): 459-469, Summer 2018. doi: 10.22059/poll.2018.246483.344
  9. Islam, S.M.D., Bhuiyan, M.A.H., Mohinuzzaman, M., Ali, M.H., Moon, S.R. A Soil Health Card (SHC) for soil quality monitoring of agricultural lands in south‑eastern coastal region of Bangladesh; Environmental System  Research (2017) 6:15. doi: 10.1186/s40068-017-0092-7.
  10. Wahid, S.I., Alam, O., Hossain, M.K., Chakraborty, M.K., Mohinuzzaman, M. Efficiency analysis of effluents treatment plants of different industries at Kalurghat – Port City of Bangladesh;; Water Practice & Technology, 12(2), 2017. doi: 10.2166/wpt.2017.035.
  11. Islam, S.M.D., Bhuiyan, M.A.H.1, Rume, T. and Mohinuzzaman, M. Assessing Heavy Metal Contamination in the Bottom Sediments of Shitalakhya River, Bangladesh; Using Pollution Evaluation Indices and Geo-spatial Analysis; Pollution, 2(3): 299-312, Summer 2016. doi: 10.7508/pj.2016.03.005
  12. Basak, J.K., Titumir, R.A.M., Biswas, J.K., Mohinuzzaman, M. Impacts of Temperature and Carbon dioxide on Rice yield in Bangladesh;; Bangladesh Rice J. 17(1&2): 15-25, 2013.
  13. Mohinuzzaman, M., Kamrujjaman, M., Hossain, S.M., Saadat, A.H. M. Quality Assessment of Water and Sediment of Gulshan Lake by Using Neutron Activation Analysis; Jahangirnagar University Physics Studies, ISSN 1999-6632, 2013, 19: 49-58.
  14. Karim, R., Mohinuzzaman, M., Rahman, S., Rani, A. Impacts of Climate Change on Socio-Economic Sector and Health profile in the interior Coast, Bangladesh: the Case Study of Dumuria Upazilla, Khulna, Bangladesh;; IOSR Journal Of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT) e-ISSN: 2319-2402, p- ISSN: 2319-2399, 2013, 5(1): 38-46.

Conference/ Workshop/ Symposium


  • Mohinuzzaman M., Mostofa K.M.G., Liu C.-Q., Rahman S.M.A., Islam, M.S. (2020) Spatial variations and characteristics of fluorescent DOM in inland surface waters over four climatic zones of China. 7th International Conference on Natural Science and Technology. 27-28 March, 2020, Asian University for Women, Chottogram, Bangladesh (Oral presentation).
  • Kabir, M.M., Ali, M.R., Mouna, S.S.P., Akter, S., Mohinuzzaman, M. The Socioeconomic and Livelihood Vulnerability Index: A Pragmatic Approach for Assessing Climate Change Induced Risks-A Case Study in the South-Western Coastal Bangladesh. 7th International Conference on Natural Science and Technology. 27-28 March, 2020, Asian University for Women, Chottogram, Bangladesh (Oral presentation).
  • Akter, S., Kabir, M.M., Ahmed, F.T., Mohinuzzaman, M., Mouna, S.S.P.,  Tareq, S.M. Simultaneous Appraisals of Pathways and Probable Human Health Risk Associated with Trace Metals and Fluorescence Dissolved Organic Matter Contamination in Groundwater of Lakshmipur, Bangladesh. 7th International Conference on Natural Science and Technology. 27-28 March, 2020, Asian University for Women, Chottogram, Bangladesh (Oral presentation).
  • Mohinuzzaman M, Mostofa KMG, Yuan J, Liu CQ (2019) Characteristics and Solubility of soil humic substances: Are they distinct in contrasting soil? Environmental Conference for Doctoral Students. 18-21 October, 2019, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China (Oral presentation).
  • National Environmental Chemistry Conference. 15-19 August, 2019; Nankai University, Nankai, Tianjin, China.
  • The 5th International Conference on Environmental Pollution and Health. 4-6 August, 2019, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China.
  • International Workshop on Surface-Earth System Science, 13-15 May, 2019, Institute of Surface-Earth System Science, Tianjin University, China.
  • International Workshop on Surface-Earth System Science, 27-28 March, 2018, Institute of Surface-Earth System Science, Tianjin University, China.
  • International conference on Solid Waste Management In Developing Countries; Khulna University of Engineering & Technology, Khulna, Bangladesh; 10-12 Feb’ 2013.
  • Multilateral conference on productivity conference in Bangladesh: Strategy for 2021, 2nd October, 2011, Ruposhi Bangla Hotel, Dhaka.
  • Seminar on “Applications of Tandem Accelerator for Research and Services in Socio-economic Development”, 26 June, 2011, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Ganakbari, Savar, Dhaka.
  • Symposium on “ Recent Development of Research and Service Facilities of Atomic Energy Centre, Dhaka under EMRF of AECD Project, 22-23 March 2011, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • Workshop on Green Jobs Initiatives in Bangladesh, jointly organized by Ministry of Labour and Employment, Govt. of the people’s Republic of Bangladesh and International Labour Organization (ILO), Venue: Surma Hall, Hotel Sonargaon, Dhaka, Date: 30 July 2008.
  • Symposium on “Nuclear and Related Technology for Human Health, Environment and Product Quality” Atomic Energy Centre, Dhaka. 4, Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Dhaka – 1000. Wednesday, 27 January, 2010.
  • Workshop on Draft policy on hazardous waste management, jointly organized by Waste concern and DoE (Department of Environment).
  • Workshop on Draft copy on Dhaka City Environment, organized by BCAS (Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Study).
  • Roundtable discussion on UN Global Compact Principles on Environment and Anti-corruption, December 22, 2010, BEI Conference Room.
  • Symposium on “Recent Development of Research and Service Facilities of Atomic Energy, Dhaka under EMRF of AECD Project” 22-23 March, 201, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
  • International conference on environmental issues in Bangladesh, organized by BAPA, 2002.

Experiences and Activities


  1. Principal Investigator (PI): Public health hazard related to chronic exposure to the saline drinking water in the coastal areas of Bangladesh: the role of trace heavy metals and dissolved organic matter. Funding authority: Ministry of Science and Technology, Especial Allocation; Amount of fund: BDT 3,50,000. Duration: 1 (one) year: 2020-2021.
  2. Principal Investigator (PI): Role of Salinity in Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Solubility of Surface water in the Coastal Region of Bangladesh. Funding authority: Research Cell, Noakhali Science and Technology University. Amount of fund: BDT 1,20,000. Duration: 1 (one) year. 2020-2021.

Rewiewer: Heliyon, Current Research in Environmental Sustainability, Groundwater for Sustainable Development, Envrionmental Sustainability, Pollution, Earth Perspectives, International Food Research Journal


Research  Experience

  • Soil humic substances extraction and characterization
  • Metal-dissolved organic matter interaction and their biogeochemical processes
  • Surface water FDOM characterization and complexation with metals
  • Research on water quality of lake, duration (MS)- 1 year
  • Research on hospital waste management, duration (BSc)- 1 year
  • Research on arsenic pollution & mitigation, duration (BRAC)- 10 months
  • Research on alternative drinking water options in arsenic contaminated area (Guwanju Institute of Science & Technology, South Korea)- 1 year.