Sea Level Rise and Coastal Vulnerability

Climate Change and Disaster Management Division

Conducts studies on climate change impacts, vulnerability and adaptation measures. Also, generates the climatic parameters through statistical and dynamic method from GCM. Applies state-of-the-earth mathematical modeling tools for understanding the physical phenomena of hydrological system and for assessment of impact of climate induced disasters.

Area of Expertise

  • Study of the physical phenomena of climate change
  • Assessment of climate change impacts on the environment of communities, livelihoods, etc.
  • Climate modelling
  • Down-scaling of climate parameters from larger scale General Circulation Models


Projects Under this Division

Cyclone Shelter Management

The existing cyclone shelters in the country are strong enough to withstand cyclones and associated storm surges, tsunamis, and e...Read More

Flood Forecast Application

In order to improve upon the flood forecasting in Bangladesh, a project “Climate Forecast Application in Bangladesh (CFAB-I...Read More

Projection of SLR and Impact

Bangladesh, especially the coastal zone is most vulnerable to climate change because of its geographic location, flat topography,...Read More

Water for Environment

CEGIS in association with Jadavpur University, India conducted the research on assessment of environmental flows for the Sundarba...Read More