Dr. Mohammed Alamgir is a spatial ecological and climate change modeler.  He is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Science at James Cook University in Australia.  Prior to completing his PhD in Environmental Sciences from James Cook University, Mohammed achieved a M.Sc. in Tropical Forestry and Management from the Technical University of Dresden, Germany, a M.Sc. in Environmental Forestry from Bangor University, U.K., and a M.Sc. in Forestry from University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.  Mohammed has been an Australian Government Endeavour Scholar and a European Commission Erasmus Mundus Scholar.  

Mohammed uses spatial modeling to assess the impacts of land-use and climatic changes on natural ecosystems, ecosystem services and biodiversity, particularly on tropics. His prior research includes habitat modeling of endangered wildlife species in Bangladesh; climate change impacts and adaptation in Nepal; the distribution and spatial congruence between biodiversity and ecosystem services in Australia; and how carbon storage could be maximized along with biodiversity conservation in Australian forests. Mohammed has authored more than 30 peer-reviewed journal articles and many scholarly book chapters and magazine articles.  He is currently studying the impacts of proposed road and infrastructure projects on biodiversity and sustainability in the Asia-Pacific region.

  • Ecosystem services modelling, assessment, managment and interaction under changing environment in tropics; Infrastructure expansion and environmental change; Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA); Climate change species distribution and biodiversity conservation in tropics; climate change impact, adaptation and mitigation with a focus on developing tropical world
Research Disciplines
  • 2012 to 2016 - Endeavour Postgraduate Award (PhD)
  • 2009 to 2011 - Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

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ResearchOnline@JCU stores 43+ research outputs authored by Dr Mohammed Alamgir from 2014 onwards.


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  • 5+ collaborations
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