Imperial College London

DrMohammadHoque

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Associate
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6074m.hoque Website

 
 
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Location

 

307aSkempton BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Summary

Mohammad Hoque is a Research Associate in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London since January 2013. He received his PhD in Hydrogeology from the University College London in 2010. His PhD was followed by a post-doctoral research on geochemistry of groundwater arsenic at the same institution. The main focus of his research has been aquifer geology, groundwater contamination, and impact of environmental changes on water resources. He is currently working on impact of climate change and salinisation of coastal drinking water. He is also interested in the link between hydrology and human health, and investigating the nutritional value to drinking water and how some elements present in drinking water sources couple or decouple the toxicity of contaminants present in it. Before moving to the UK he was engaged in teaching and research in Bangladesh for some years.

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Selected Publications

Journal Articles

Hoque MA, Scheelbeek PFD, Vineis P, et al., 2016, Drinking water vulnerability to climate change and alternatives for adaptation in coastal South and South East Asia, Climatic Change, Vol:136, ISSN:0165-0009, Pages:247-263

Hoque MA, Butler AP, 2015, Medical Hydrogeology of Asian Deltas: Status of Groundwater Toxicants and Nutrients, and Implications for Human Health., Int J Environ Res Public Health, Vol:13

Hoque MA, McArthur JM, Sikdar PK, 2014, Sources of low-arsenic groundwater in the Bengal Basin: investigating the influence of the last glacial maximum palaeosol using a 115-km traverse across Bangladesh, Hydrogeology Journal, Vol:22, ISSN:1431-2174, Pages:1535-1547

Hoque MA, Burgess WG, 2012, C-14 dating of deep groundwater in the Bengal Aquifer System, Bangladesh: Implications for aquifer anisotropy, recharge sources and sustainability, Journal of Hydrology, Vol:444, ISSN:0022-1694, Pages:209-220

Burgess WG, Hoque MA, Michael HA, et al., 2010, Vulnerability of deep groundwater in the Bengal Aquifer System to contamination by arsenic, Nature Geoscience, Vol:3, ISSN:1752-0894, Pages:83-87

Datta S, Mailloux B, Jung H-B, et al., 2009, Redox trapping of arsenic during groundwater discharge in sediments from the Meghna riverbank in Bangladesh, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol:106, ISSN:0027-8424, Pages:16930-16935

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