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Tropical Rainforest Ecosystem Services

Head of Program:

Dr. Siti Nurhidayu Abu Bakar - Forest Hydrology

 

Members:

  1. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Ainuddin Nuruddin - Microclimate/Forest Fire
  2. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Zaiton Samdin - Tourism Economics
  3. Dr. Shazali Johari - Outdoor Recreation Skill
  4. Dr. Zulfa Hanan Ash’aari - Environmental Modelling
  5. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jamilah Mohd Salim @ Halim - Forest Ecology & Biodiversity
  6. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Shuib - Natural Resource Economics
  7. Prof. Dr. Mohd Shahwahid Hj. Othman - Forestry Economics/Valuation Economics
  8. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sridar Ramachandran - Tourism Marketing
  9. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Manohar Mariapan - Resource Interpretation
  10. Dr. Nitty Hirawaty Kamarulzaman - Agribusiness Supply Chain Management
  11. Dr. Nolila Mohd Nawi - Agribusiness Marketing
  12. Dr. Syamsul Herman Mohammad Afandi - Recreational Economics
  13. Dr. Abdul Rahim Abdul Samad - Forestry Economics
  14. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ahmad Puad Mat Som - Sustainable Tourism
  15. Dr. Thalany Kamri - Environmental/Tourism Economics
  16. Dr. Aimrum Wayayok - Precision Farming Engineering
  17. Dr. Sheriza Mohd Razali - GIS & Remote Sensing

 

Current Projects:

  1. A Sustainable Community Based Tourism Participation through Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia in Semporna, Sabah (RM14,850.00)
  2. Willingness to Accept Compensation of Seaweed Cultivators to Shift from Mariculture to Ecotourism Related Businesses in Tun Sakaran Marine Park (TSMP) (RM15,000.00)
  3. Environmental Literacy and Factors Affecting Pro-Environmental Behaviour Among Year Five Students in The West Coast of Sabah (RM15,000.00)
  4. Visitors' Memorable Tourism Experiences at Giant Panda Conservation Centre (GPCC), Zoo Negara Malaysia (RM15,000)
  5. Local Communities and Stakeholders' Perceptions towards conservation impacts of the Dugong and Seagrass Meadow in and around the Mersing Islands, Johor (RM16,240)
  6. Developing Social Capital Model of the Bidayuh Community through Sustainable Indigenous Tourism (RM55,130)
  7. Willingness to Pay for Conservation in Kinabatangan Wildlife Sanctuary (KWS), Sabah (RM20,000)
  8. Understanding Public Awareness and Intention to Participate in the Sustainable Mangrove Forest Programs in Malaysia (RM93,200)
  9. Site Suitability of Carbon Consumption Assessment for Ecotourism Sites Using GIS Analysis for Potential Development of Klang Valley Forest Parks (KVFP) (RM72,000)
  10. Characteristics of Carbon and Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Repeated Burnt Peat Swamp Forest in Peninsular Malaysia (RM102,200)
  11. Rehabilitation of Fire Burnt Areas of Planted Coastal Forest of East Coast Malaysia (RM35,000)
  12. Mangrove Health Assessment Using Vegetation Stress Indices at Pulau Indah Mangrove, Selangor (RM40,000)

Updated:: 14/11/2016

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