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DSMHT 201: Applied Differential Equation (credit 02) 1. Ordinary differential equations and their solutions: Initial value problems, Boundary value problems, Basic existence and uniqueness theorems (statement and illustration only). 2. Solution of first order equations: separable equations and equations reducible to this form, Linear equations, exact equations, Special integrating factors, Substitutions and transformations. 3. Solution of higher order linear differential equations: Solution space of homogeneous linear equations. Fundamental solutions of homogeneous systems. Reduction of order. Homogeneous linear equations with constant coefficients. Non homogeneous equations. 4. Method of undermined coefficients. Variations of parameters. Cauchy-Euler differential equations. 5. Systems of differential equations, linear system, Fundamental matrix, Solutions of linear systems with constant coefficients.

References: 1. D.G. Zill, A First Course in Differentil Equations with Applications. 2. F. Braur and J.A. Nohel, Differential Equations. 3. S.L. Ross, Differential Equation.
DSMHT 202: Geological and Hydro-meteorological Hazards (credit 02) 1. Introduction to Geological and Hydro-meteorological Hazards. 2. Geological Hazards
Earthquakes (causes, types and effects of Earthquakes), Tsunami & Seiches. (naming, Tsunami Generation, Velocity and height, coastal effects and vulnerability), Volcanoes (origin & types of volcanic hazards, volcanic eruptions and products), Mass Movement -Dry (factors controlling down slope movement; causes, classification and effects of mass movements), Land subsidence and sinkholes, Impacts of asteroids and comets. 3. Geomorphological Hazards
Riverbank Erosion (causes and effects), Coastal Erosions (coastal geomorphic features, beach erosion and replenishment) 4. -------------------------------------------------
Hydrological Hazards:
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Flood, Arsenic Contamination, Salinity Intrusion. (flood types, causes of floods, destructive energy of floods, flood frequency and recurrence intervals, floods and human interactions, causes and effects of arsenic contamination and salinity intrusions) 5. -------------------------------------------------
Hydro-meteorological hazards
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Mass movement –wet- Landslide, Avalanche and subsidence (causes, classification, measurement and effects) 6. -------------------------------------------------
Geological & Hydro-meteorological Hazards in Bangladesh.
References:
1. Carlson, Plummer, McGeary Physical Geology 2. -------------------------------------------------
Eric Bird, Coastal Geomorphology, Published by Wiley. 3. -------------------------------------------------
Donald Hyndman and David Hyndman, Natural Hazards and Disasters. 4. -------------------------------------------------
Fred G. Bell., Geological Hazards. 5. -------------------------------------------------
Mu. Ramkumar, Geological Hazards: causes, consequences and methods of containment. 6. -------------------------------------------------
Tarbuck Lutgen, An Introduction to Physical Geology. 7. -------------------------------------------------
Timothy Kusuky, Encyclopedia of Earth Sciences, published by Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Saint Louis University.

DSMHT 203: Climatic Hazards and Climate Change (credit 02) 1. -------------------------------------------------
Climatic and Meteorological Hazards: origin, life cycle, types, effects and measurement.
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Extreme temperature, Drought, Wildfire (forest fire & land fire), Tropical Cyclone, Extra-tropical cyclone, local storms: thunderstorms, nor’westers, tornadoes. 2. -------------------------------------------------
Overview of climate system, the causes of climate change. 3. -------------------------------------------------
Basic Science - Covers the fundamental science underlying the problem of global climate change induced by greenhouse and gas emissions, including greenhouse gas sources, gas cycles, modeling effects on global temperature, sea level and regional climate, detection of the global warming signal and climate impacts. 4. -------------------------------------------------
Economic, Social and Environmental Implications of Climate Change: Economics of climate change, Social impact of climate change: vulnerable social groups and gender, Impact of climate change on ecosystem, Implication of climate change on agriculture, Food security and Livelihood, Implication of climate change on water supply, sanitation and health (heat stress and vector born diseases) 5. -------------------------------------------------
International Conventions and Country Program: Global awareness and IPCC interpretations, Kyoto protocol and other international conventions, Responses to climate change: global, national and local; National Climate change strategies and activities. 6. -------------------------------------------------
Climatic and Meteorological Data Source: Bangladesh Meteorological Department (BMD) and Bangladesh Space Research and Remote Sensing Organization (SPARRSO), WMO, etc. References: 1. A. Barrie Pittock, 2009, Climate Change: The Science, Impacts and Solutions, CSIRO Publishing. 2. Anthony G. Patt, 2008 Assessing Vulnerability to Global Environmental Change: Making Research Useful for Adaptation, Decision Making and Policy, Earthscan. 3. A Pittock, Climate Change, The Science, Impacts and Solution. 4. Asian Development Bank, 1994 Climate Change in Asia : Bangladesh Country Report;
Published by ADB. 5. C. Gregory Knight, C. Gregory Knight, Jill Jäger, 2009 Integrated Regional Assessment of Global Climate Change, Cambridge University Press. 6. Climate Change Science, 2013 A Modern Synthesis, Volume -1, Springer 7. -------------------------------------------------
Donald Hyndman and David Hyndman, Natural Hazards and Disasters. 8. -------------------------------------------------
Greg Bankoff and et al., 2004 Mapping Vulnerability, Disasters, Development, and People, Earthscan. 9. Leo Donner, Wayne Schubert, Richard Somerville 2011 The Development of Atmospheric General Circulation Models: Complexity, Synthesis and Computation, Cambridge University Press. 10. -------------------------------------------------
Lin Erda, 2009 Climate change vulnerability and adaptation in Asia and the Pacific, Kluwer. 11. -------------------------------------------------
Neil Leary, 2008 Climate Change and Vulnerability, Volume 2, Earthscan climate, Earthscan.

DSMHT 204: Chemical, Industrial and Technological Hazards (credit 02) 1. Introduction to manmade hazards. 2. Types: engineering failure, fire hazard, nuclear hazard, chemical explosion, water logging, civil unrest & war, transportation accident, mine hazards, terrorism; Causes and their effects. 3. Flammable chemicals; Ignition and propagation of a flame front, Control measures, Fire extinguishment, Fire precautions. 4. Reactive chemicals; Water-sensitive chemicals, Toxic hazards from mixtures, Reactive hazards from mixtures, Oxidizing agents, Explosive chemicals, General principles for storage, Hazards arising in chemicals processing. 5. Radioactive chemicals; Hazards, Types of radiation, Control measures 6. Environmental Pollution: causes and effects. 7. Adverse effects of Environment Pollution; Air Pollution, Water Pollution, Noise Pollution, and Degradation. 8. Water Quality Management, Wastewater Management, Solid Waste Management, Hospital Waste Management 9. World’s notable Manmade & Technological Hazards: Bhopal Gas Tragedy (1985), Chernobyl Tragedy, Fukushima Meltdown, The Gulf of Mexico Blowout, The Love Canal Tragedy, Exxon Valdez Oil Spill, Twin tower attack, Banqiao dam failure, Syria Chemical Weapons. 10. Manmade Hazards: Rana Plaza tragedy, Nimtoli tragedy, Tangratila blowout etc.
References :

1. B. De Vivo and et al, Environmental Geochemistry, ELSEVIER. 2. Bimal Kanti Paul, Environmental Hazards and Disasters, WILEY-Blackwell Publication. 3. Davamani, 2012, Technologies for Sustainable Green Environment, NIPA India. 4. Mackenzie L. Davis, David A. Cornwell. Introduction to Environmental Engineering. 5. Nicolas P. Chereminioff 1996, HandBook of Pollution & Hazardous Materials Compliance A Source Book For Environmental Managers, Marcell Dekker. 6. Philip Carson and Clive Mumford, Hazardous Chemical Handbook. 7. Rahn, Environmental Engineering: An Environmental Approach. 8. Schlager, 1995, Breakdown : Deadly Technological Disasters, Mcgrawhill. 9. Treweek, Jo, 1999, Ecological Impact Assessment, Blackwell Science Ltd. UK. 10. Tyson Macaulay, Critical infrastructure: understanding its component parts, vulnerabilities, operating risks, and interdependencies, 1st edition, CRC Press, 11. Vishal Shah, Emerging Environmental Technologies, Springer.

DSMHT 205: Biological Hazards and Public Health (Credit 02) 1. Introduction, types and causes behind biological hazards. 2. Human epidemics, livestock or animal epidemics, plants and agricultural epidemics. 3. Biological agents- Bacteria, Virus, Fungi, Zoonoses etc. 4. Psychosocial hazards-disaster trauma, occupational stress, workplace violence. 5. Public Health and its role in Disaster Management: Public health systems, Health promotion and disaster prevention, integrated approach. 6. Areas of Public Health: Community and Family Health, Global Health, Environmental and Occupational Health, Epidemics. 7. Identifying Socio-Psychological Needs in Mass Emergency: Global assessment of Needs and Priorities, Area specific requirements, Psychological Characteristics of Disaster Management, Different psychological considerations in natural and manmade disasters. 8. Health Policy and Management: Public Health Practices, Public Health Emergencies in large populations.

References: 1. Damon P., 2007 Coppola International Disaster Management, Elsevier. 2. Eric K Noji, The public health consequences of disasters, Oxford University press. 3. Joshua Miller, Psychosocial Capacity building in Response to Disasters, Columbia University Press. 4. Kazimiera Adamowski 1998, Creating Excellence in Crisis Care, Johnwiley & Sons Inc. 5. L. Fleming Fallon. JR. Eric J. Zgodzinski, Essentials of Public Health, 2nd edition, , Jones and Bartlet Publication. 6. Peter, K. Hodgkinson, 1998, Coping with Catastrophe, A handbook of post disaster psychological after care. Routledge.

DSMHT 206: Basics of Computer and Information Technology (Credit 02) 1. Introduction: microcomputer system, input-output units in block form, memory-main memory and secondary memory, Number systems and logic gates-binary member system, hexadecimal number system, bit, bite, ASCII codes, Boolean algebra, logic gates, combination of logic gate. 2. Operating system: Different types of operating system MS-DOS, WINDOWS, Linux, booting the system, file names, format, directories, rename, copy displaying files with type, delete and erase, backup and restore, concept of icons, batch files; Introduction To Computer Network-Local Area Network (LAN) And Internet Network Interface Card (Nic) Installation And Driver Setup. 3. Programming language: Different types of language, high-level language, mid-level language, low level language, Introductory concepts of algorithm; Basic concepts of FORTRAN and C. Language, application of FORTRAN, MATLAB and C in Hazard Sciences.

References: 1. Davies, P.J. and Backhural, N.G.: Exploiting MS-DOS 2. Gottfried, B.S.: Programming with C. 3. Martin H. Trauth Matlab Recipes for Earth Sciences 4. Norton, P.P. Inside the IBM computer. 5. Sharma, K.D. : Programming of FORTRAN 77 6. Tranenbaum A.S.: Operating systems design and implementation.

DSMHT 207: Environmental Pollution Lab. (Credit 02)
The lab will be based on DSMHT: 204 & DSMHT: 205
DSMHL 208: Hazard Analysis Lab. (Credit 02)
Hazard Identification, Frequency analysis, Hazard Profiling, Deterministic and Probabilistic Hazard Analysis. DSMHV 209: Viva vocé (Credit 01) Comprehensive oral examination of the courses taught.

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