Here are some of the latest scientific articles of our research partners:

  • Paparrizos, S. Kumar, U. Amjath-Babu, TS. Ludwig, F. (2021) Are farmers willing to pay for participatory climate information services? Insights from a case study in peri-urban Khulna, Bangladesh, Climate Services, 23 (100241).
  • Debnath, S., Ahmed, M.U., Parvez, M.S. et al. (2021) Effect of stocking density on growth performance and body composition of climbing perch (Anabas testudineus) in biofloc system. Aquaculture International.
  • Kumar, U. Werners, SE. Paparrizos, S. Datta, D.K. Ludwig, F. (2021)Co-producing climate information services with smallholder farmers in the Lower Bengal Delta: How forecast visualization and communication support farmers’ decision-making, Climate Risk Management, 33 (100346).
  • Haldar, K. Kujawa-Roeleveld, K. Schoenmakers, M. Datta, D. Rijnaarts, HHM. Vos, J (2021) Institutional challenges and stakeholder perception towards planned water reuse in peri-urban agriculture of the Bengal delta. Journal of Environmental Management, 283 (111974). 
  • Kumar, U., Werners, S., Paparrizos, S., Datta, D. K., & Ludwig, F. (2020). Hydroclimatic information needs of smallholder farmers in the lower Bengal delta, Bangladesh. Atmosphere11(9), [1009]. 
  • Kumar, U., Werners, S., Roy, S., Ashraf, S., Hoang, L. P., Datta, D. K., & Ludwig, F. (2020). Role of information in farmers’ response to weather and water related stresses in the lower Bengal Delta, Bangladesh. Sustainability (Switzerland)12(16), [6598].
  • Haldar, K., Kujawa-Roeleveld, K., Dey, P., Bosu, S., Datta, D. K., & Rijnaarts, H. H. M. (2020). Spatio-temporal variations in chemical-physical water quality parameters influencing water reuse for irrigated agriculture in tropical urbanized deltas. Science of the Total Environment708, [134559].
  • Acharjee, T. K., Hellegers, P. J. G. J., Ludwig, F., van Halsema, G. E., Mojid, M. A., & Terwisscha van Scheltinga, C. T. H. M. (2020). Prioritization of adaptation measures for improved agricultural water management in Northwest Bangladesh. Climatic Change163, 431-450.