Dr. M. Julleh Jalalur Rahman Professor, Department of Geological Sciences

Research Interest

Clastic Sedimentology, Sedimentary Petrology

Journals Papers

•Research Papers: 50 in national and international journals
Selected Publications

Rahman, M.J.J. (M.Julleh Jalalur Rahman)

A) Book
Rahman, M.J.J. (2013) Sedimentology of the Hydrocarbon Sandstone Reservoirs
Neogene Surma Group (Surma Basin, Bangladesh) ISBN-
13: 978-3-659-48021-8 LAP LAMBERT Academic
Publishing, Germany

B) Articles in International journals

Rahman, MJJ (M.Julleh Jalalur Rahman)

Journal Articles

Rahman, MJJ., Sayem, A.S.M., Bhuiyan, M.H. (2014) Geochemistry of the Plio-Pleistocene Dupi Tila sandstones from the Surma Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for provenance, tectonic setting and weathering. Himalayan Geology, Vol. 35 (2), 2014, pp. 1-9.

Rahman, MJJ., Sayem, A.S.M., McCann, T. (2014) Geochemistry and Provenance of the Miocene sandstones of the Surma Group from the Sitapahar Anticline, Southeastern Bengal Basin, Bangladesh.Journal of the Geological Society of India (Springer), 83, 447-456.

Rahman, MJJ., McCann, T. (2012) Diagenetic history of the Surma Group sandstones (Miocene) in the Surma Basin, Bangladesh. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences (Elsevier) 45, 65-78.

Rahman, MJJ., McCann, T., Abdullah, R., Yeasmin, R. (2011) Sandstone Diagenesis of the
Neogene Surma Group from the Shahbazpur Gas Field, Southern Bengal Basin, Bangladesh.
Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences (International Journal of Austrian Geological Society),
Vienna, 104/1: 114-126.

Bhuiyan, MAH., Rahman, MJJ., Dampare, SB., Suzuki, S. (2011) Provenance, tectonics and
source weathering of modern fluvial sediments of the Brahmaputra-Jamuna River, Bangladesh:
Inference from geochemistry. In: Carranza, EJM (ed.) Geochemistry for
Geological-Environmental Studies. Journal of Geochemical Exploration (Elsevier), 111: 113-137.

Bhuiyan, AH., Rakib, MA., Takashi, K., Rahman, MJJ., Suzuki, S. (2010) Regulation of
Brahmaputra-Jamuna River around Jamuna Bridge Site Bangladesh: Geoenvironmental Impacts.
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (USA) 2, 123-130.

Rahman, M.J.J., Faupl, P. , and Alam, M.M. (2009): Depositional facies of the
Subsurface Neogene Surma Group in the Sylhet Trough of the Bengal Basin,
Bangladesh: Record of tidal Sedimentation. International Journal of Earth Sciences
(IJES), Springer, 98, 1971-1980.

Rahman, M.J.J, Bari,Z., Chowdhury, K.R., and Suzuki, S. (2008) Heavy mineral composition of the Neogene sandstones and beach sands across the Inani-Dakhin Nhila area, Southeast Bangladesh : Implications for provenance. Jour. Sediment. Soc.Japan (JSSJ), 67, 3-17.
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Rahman, M.J.J. and Suzuki, S. (2007): Geochemistry of sandstones from the Miocene Surma Group, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for Provenance, tectonic setting and weathering. Geochemical Journal, Terra Publ., Tokyo, 41, 415-428.

Rahman, M.J.J. and Suzuki, S. (2007): Composition of Neogene shales from the Surma Group, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for provenance and tectonic setting. Austrian Journal of Earth Sciences (AJES), (International Journal of Austrian Geological Society), Vienna, 100, 54-64.

Rahman, M.J.J. and Faupl, P. (2003): The composition of the subsurface Neogene shales of the Surma Group from the Sylhet Trough, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Sedimentary Geology, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 155/3-4, 407-417.

Rahman, M.J.J. and Faupl, P. (2003): 40Ar/39Ar multigrain dating of detrital white mica of sandstones of the Surma Group in the Sylhet Trough, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. Sedimentary Geology, Elsevier Science, Amsterdam, 155/3-4, 383-392.


C) Published contributions to academic conferences

1. Rahman, M.J.J. and Suzuki, S. (2007): Detrital garnet chemistry of the subsurface Neogene reservoir sandstones from the Surma Group in the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for provenance. Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 9, 02478, SRef-ID: 1607-7962/gra/EGU2007-A-02478 © European Geosciences Union 2007, Vienna

2. Suzuki, S. and Rahman, M.J.J. (2005): Petrography and Geochemistry of the Neogene sediments from the Surma Group, Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: Implications for provenance, tectonic setting and weathering. The 112th Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of Japan, Kyoto, Japan, P-60.

3. Rahman, M.J.J. and Suzuki, S. (2004): "Provenance of the Subsurface Neogene Surma Group sandstones from the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh: review from framework composition and heavy minerals” on session "G21.14 Sedimentary provenance: petrographic and geochemical perspectives" of 32nd International Geological Congress (IGC), Florence, Italy, August 26, 2004.

4. Suzuki, S. and Rahman, M.J.J (2004): Two different types of sandstones from the Philippine Archipelago: Implications to its Early stage accretion history” on session "G21.14 Sedimentary provenance: petrographic and geochemical perspectives" of 32nd International Geological Congress (IGC), Florence, Italy, August 26, 2004.

5. Rahman, M.J.J. and Suzuki, S. (2004): The composition of the Holocene sands from the Brahmaputra-Jamuna River in Bangladesh: A preliminary overview from petrographic results. Annual Meeting of the Sedimentological Society of Japan, April 23-26, 2004, Hiroshima, Japan. P. 23.







Seminars

Rahman, M.J.J. (2014): Diagenesis and Reservoir Quality of the Neogene Surma Group sandstones in the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh. (Erdwissenschaftliches Kolloquium und ÖGG) April 2014, 17:15, Geozentrum, Althanstraße 14, University of Vienna, Austria

Seminar

Rahman, M.J.J. (2015): Tectonic setting and Diagenetic evolution of the Neogene sandstones Reservoir in the Bengal Basin, Bangladesh, Annual Meeting of Chinese Geoscience Union (CGU), p. 33-34, October, Beijing, China.

Conference proceedings