School of GeoSciences

School of GeoSciences

Sohel Ahmed

tel: 0131 650 5094

email: sohel.j.ahmed@ed.ac.uk

Research interest

Feedstock assessment, land suitability assessment, Geographic Information System (GIS), land-use analysis and modelling, Decision Support Systems (DSS), GIS & RS based service and facility location planning and management, spatial-statistical analysis.

Publications

Ahmed SJ, Hammond J, Rodrigo IE, Shackley SJ and Haszeldine RS (2011) The potential role of biochar in combating climate change in Scotland:an analysis of feedstocks, life cycle assessment and spatial dimensions, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management

Ahmed SJ, Hammond J, Rodrigo IE, Shackley SJ, Sohi SP and Haszeldine RS (2010) The potential of biochar deployment in Scotland: A preliminary assessment , UKBRC working paper 7

Islam, M.S., Rahaman, R. K., and Ahmed, S. J. (2008) ‘Demand of Participants' or 'Supply of Opportunities': measuring accessibility of activity places based on Time Geographic approach, Journal of Urban Planning and Development, ASCE, 134 (1), pp.159-164

Rahaman, R. K., Ahmed, S. J. and Islam, M.S. (2008) Measuring space-time accessibility to urban opportunities: A Study on demand for and supply of activities performed by university teachers and students of Khulna city, Sustainable Development and Planning, 3 (4),WIT press, Southampton, UK

Ahsan, S.M.R. and Ahmed, S.J. (2006) Urban Mobility Pattern as a Function of Socio-Economic Structure of the Urban Dwellers: A Study on Dhaka City, Plan Plus, 4, Urban and Rural Planning Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh, pp.55-66

Ahsan, S.M. R., Fouzder, A. J. & Ahmed, S. J. (2006) Energy pattern in transport sector as a key factor for Urban Air Pollution: A study on Dhaka City, Bangladesh, Jahangirnagar Planning Review, 4, Jahangirnagar University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, pp. 105-114

Ahmed, S.J. (2005) A study on conventional spatial accessibility measures relevant to urban health care services, Plan Plus, 3, URP Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh pp.114-132

Nahiduzzaman, K.M., Saroar, M. & Ahmed, S. J. (2004) A Weighted-parameter based approach to assess the urban environmental quality of Khulna city. Plan Plus, 1, URP Discipline, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh pp.79-95

Murtaza, M.G, Ahmed, S.J. & Nahiduzzaman, K.M., (2003), Socio-economic conditions of the people depending on the resources of the Sundarbans: A case study of the impact zone, Published in the refereed proceedings of national seminar of Sundarbans titled The Sundarbans, the Largest Mangrove Forest on Earth: A World Heritage Site

Ahmed, S. J., Zaman, K.N., & Rahaman, K.R. (2002) Public environmental awareness regarding the Use of Polythene bags: before and after effects of the ban over their use and production, Bangladesh Environment 2002, Vol.2 pp.663-673