Journal Articles:

  1. Sultana, R., Selim, S. A., & Alam, Md. S. (2022).Diverse perceptions of supply and demand of cultural ecosystem services offered by urban green spaces in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Journal of Urban Ecology, Volume 8, Issue 1,
  2. Miñarro, S., Selim, S.A., & Galbraith, E. D. (2022). Does catching more fish increase the subjective well-being of fishers? Insights from Bangladesh. Ambio,  Download the PDF by clicking here.
  3. Shellock et al., Breaking down barriers: The identification of actions to promote gender equality in interdisciplinary marine research institutions, One Earth (2022), the PDF by clicking here.
  4. Brodie, Stephanie, Addey, Charles Izuma, Cvitanovic, Christopher, Dias, Beatriz S., Frainer, André, García-Morales, Sara, Jiang, Shan, Kaikkonen, Laura, Lopez, Jon, Mathesius, Sabine, Ortega-Cisneros, Kelly, Pennino, Maria Grazia, Peters, Carl A., Selim, Samiya Ahmed, Shellock, Rebecca and Vaidianu, Natasa (2022) Editorial: Solving Complex Ocean Challenges Through Interdisciplinary Research: Advances from Early Career Marine Scientists. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9. DOI

Newspaper Articles:

  1. Budrudzaman, M., (2022), "Working towards green growth". DhakaTribune.
  2. Budrudzaman, M., (2022), "Matarbari Coal Power Plant: When development undermines development" The Business Standard

Technical Report:

  1. Diba, S. A., Irfanullah, H. M., Selim, S. A., and Raihan, S. T. (2022). A Situational Analysis of Small-Scale Fisheries in Bangladesh: From Vulnerability to Viability. V2V Working Paper 2022-1. V2V Global Partnership, University of Waterloo, Canada.

Book Chapter:

  1. Sultana, R., Selim, S. A. & Bhowmik, J. (2022) Gendered Vulnerabilities and Adaptive Options in Fisher Communities of Coastal Bangladesh during COVID-19 Pandemic. London, UK: Routledge.