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作者:Nicole Lee Siew Len , Nurmin Bolong , Rodeano Roslee ...
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.34-37
摘要:Flood event is one of the natural disasters that increasingly threaten the safety of the people in an area.Critical infrastructure albeit important, has been shown to be vulnerable to flooding and damages to criticalinfrastructure element may affect large areas over a longer time...
作者:Rohana Tair , Sheyron Eduin
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (2), pp.26-32
摘要:The Liwagu River is one of the most reliable river systems in Ranau which hadexperienced a mudflows event due to massive landslide of Mount Kinabalu. The aimof this study is to determine the water quality and compare the level of heavymetals in water and sediment of the Liwa...
作者:Edgar Jr. Joe , Felix Tongkul , Rodeano Roslee
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.18-29
摘要:Debris flow occurrence are quite common in mountainous areas such as those in the Crocker Range of Sabah,Malaysia especially during prolonged heavy rainfall. Despite of the recurrence of debris flows in the area,not much information is known about the effect of rainfall on their ...
作者:Rodeano Roslee , Felix Tongkul
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.09-17
摘要:This study focused on the engineering geological investigation of slope failures along Penampangto Tambunan road, approximately 12th km to 101th km from Kota Kinabalu city, Sabah, Malaysia. Thearea is underlain by the Crocker Formation (Late Eocene to Early Miocene age) and ...
作者:Nicklos Jefrin , Nurmin Bolong , Justin Sentian ...
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.42-44
摘要:Rainfall data has a significant role in hydrological design which is, it’s produce theintensity duration frequency curve. IDF curve gives critical information that needed in thedesign of water management infrastructure, it gives information by showing the mathematicalrelatio...
作者:Mustaffa Kamal Shuib , Mohammad Abdul Manap , Felix Tongkul ...
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2017, Vol.1 (1), pp.13-26;; 27-31
摘要:In this paper, we summarize the results of recent geomorphic investigations of active faults in Peninsular Malaysiawith emphasize on Bukit Tinggi region using IFSAR and field verification. The evidences for active faulting, and theircharacteristics are discussed. Several fault se...
作者:Akingboye A. Sunny
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.01-08
摘要:In this study, derivatives and Analytic Signal (AS) techniques were employed to reveal the nature of rocksand lithostructural relationships that exist within the basement complexes around Ekiti and Ondo States. Thederivatives techniques were used to enhance theReduction to Equato...
作者:Adegbuyi , O. , Ogunyele ...
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (2), pp.11-16
摘要:The gneissic rocks of Oka-Akoko area form part of the Migmatite-Gneiss-Quartzite Complex of thesouthwestern Nigerian Basement Complex. The petrologic units in the study area include grey gneiss,granite gneiss, Older granite, charnockite and minor felsic and basic rocks. Twelve gn...
作者:Ismail Abd Rahim , Junaidi Asis , Mohamed Ali Yusuf Mohd Husin
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.38-41
摘要:The kinematic analysis is a method in determining the types of failure modes for a rock slope.This analysis is referring to the motion of bodies without reference to the forces that cause themto move and depending on the relationship between slope geometry and internal friction a...
作者:Sivadass Thiruchelvam , Mohd Fauzi Ismail , Azrul Ghazali ...
来源:[J].Malaysian Journal Geosciences, 2018, Vol.2 (1), pp.30-33
摘要:Humanitarian logistics which is precisely known as humanitarian supply chain (HSC)plays a major role in reducing the impact of disaster on human life and livelihood byproviding humanitarian aid in the forms of food, water, medicine, shelter and other supplies.Unfortunately, anecd...

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