Anarrin Nazuwah JamaluddinUniversity Malaysia Sarawak · Department of Plant Science and Environmental Ecology
Anarrin Nazuwah Jamaluddin
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4 Research Items
Implementation of effective soil conservation management is vital to manage degraded limestone forest land in the tropics. For the humid tropics of Sarawak, extensive information on soil characteristics of degraded limestone forest lands are essential and required as a guideline for future forest management programmes. Thus, a preliminary assessmen...
Reforestation and effective soil conservation management is required to restore and manage degraded forest land in tropics. Information regarding the soil characteristics in forest land is essential as a guide in future reforestation programme. The differences in soil characteristics are usually attributed to differences in environmental factors su...
Tropical forests are considered as the most productive among of all terrestrial ecosystems as they possess the functional roles for biodiversity conservation, world climate enhancement as well as soil conservation (Whitemore, 1998). Forest cover in Borneo was 75.7% in 1973; by 2010, the forest area had been reduced by 16.8 million ha in which, indi...