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Soil erosion and conservation in Peninsular Malaysia

Soil erosion and conservation in Peninsular Malaysia

a monograph

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Published by Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia,
  • Malaya.
    • Subjects:
    • Soil erosion -- Malaysia -- Malaya.,
    • Soil conservation -- Malaysia -- Malaya.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 63-69.

      Statementby Soong Ngin Kwi ... [et al.].
      ContributionsSoong, Ngin Kwi., Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS625.M3 S65 1980
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 69 p. :
      Number of Pages69
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4252480M
      LC Control Number80941957

      The present study used pixel-based soil erosion analysis through Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) and a sediment yield model. The main motive of this study is to find soil erosion probability zones and accordingly prioritise watersheds using remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) techniques in Kelantan state, Peninsular Malaysia. The catchment was divided into Shallow lateritic soils such as Malacca and Gajah Mati series, and their associated soils occupy million hectares in Peninsular Malaysia (Law and Selvadurai, ). Early experiences indicated that oil palms grown on shallow lateritic soils came into bearing two years later and three times less compared to deep soils (Tan and Thong,

      Joint JRC/LSCE PhD position in “Carbon and nutrient balances as affected by soil erosion in Europe Reconnaissance Soil Map of Peninsular Malaysia. Sheet 1. Series L 40A. Download. Soils and Analytical Services Branch. Division of Agriculture. Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Malaysia, under the Supervision of Law, W.M.   Assessing the soil erosion is essential, and therefore, detail assessment on the prediction of soil erosion and its impacts has been carried out spatially using the application of the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation (RUSLE) at the Minitod area, Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia.

      Malaysian Wildlife Law (Malay: Undang-Undang Hidupan Liar Malaysia) consists of the regulation, protection, conservation and management of wildlife in Malaysia. The Constitution of Malaysia empowers those at the federal and the states level to make laws regarding wildlife resources. As such, eleven states in peninsular are managed under an act while Sabah enacted an enactment and . Soil erosion is a major process of land degradation. Effective soil erosion management is therefore a vital part of the quest for sustainable agricultural production. In tree-crop.


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Soil erosion and conservation in Peninsular Malaysia Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book: Soil erosion and conservation in Peninsular Malaysia. pp pp. Abstract: This book contains descriptive and basic information relating to soil erosion erosion Cited by: 3. Get this from a library. Soil erosion and conservation in Peninsular Malaysia: a monograph.

[Ngin Kwi Soong; Rubber Research Institute of Malaysia.;]. Soil erosion processes in sloping land in the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia Ghulam M. Hashim, Cyril A.A.

Ciesiolka, ah Yusoff, Nafis, Keppel J. Coughlan. Understanding soil erosion processes is essential in appreciating the extent and causes of soil erosion and in planning soil conservation. A comprehensive study was conducted on steep slopes on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia where the rainfall pattern is by: Joint JRC/LSCE PhD position in “Carbon and nutrient balances as affected by soil erosion in Europe Generalized Soil Map.

Peninsular Malaysia. Download. Resource Type: National Soil Maps (EUDASM) Continent: Asia. Country: Malaysia. Publisher: Dicetak oleh Direktorat Pemetaan Negara, Malaysia. Year: Browse more EUDASM Maps. Login. In Malaysia, soil erosion under oil palms on slopes of 4 to 7 was measured at 6 to 13 t ha-1 yr-1 (Maene et al., ; Lim, ) compared to jungle area at t ha-1 yr-1 (Maene and Sulaiman, ).

Factors which affect the rate of soil loss are rainfall, rate of run-off, soil types, slope, plant cover and presence or absence of. Rainfall, and the surface runoff which may result from rainfall, produces four main types of soil erosion: splash erosion, sheet erosion, rill erosion, and gully erosion is generally seen as the first and least severe stage in the soil erosion process, which is followed by sheet erosion, then rill erosion and finally gully erosion (the most severe of the four).

The first part of the book deals with the processes and mechanics of erosion, the assessment of erosion hazard, modelling of erosion in the field and laboratory, and the strategies for erosion control.

The second part provides three case studies in Peninsular Malaysia at reconnaissance, semi-detailed scales. Here the application of erosion mapping, land classification, erosion modelling and.

used to prioritize the areas that have a high risk of soil erosion for conservation efforts. Study Area The size of the study area is 20, km2 (Figure 1), coast of Peninsular Malaysia, bordering Kedah and southern Thailand in the north, Penang in the north-west, Kelantan and Pahang in.

Peninsular Malaysia has a long history of careful forest management, and conservation of its extremely rich biological reserves is well developed. Rapid development of the land has occurred over recent decades, but this has now begun to stabilise. Soil erosion and conservation Production of Malaysian soil erodibility nomo-graph in relation to soil erosion issues.

VT Soil Erosion Research & Consultancy, Malaysia United State Department. Peninsular Malaysia, Sabah and Sarawak have separate classifications for their PFEs; these include 11 categories in the Peninsula, 7 in Sabah and 3 in Sarawak (Table 2). Most of the states are still in the process of defining their PFEs according to these classifications and have yet to determine appropriate legal or management guidelines.

Guidelines for Prevention and Control of Soil Erosion and Siltation in Malaysia: Contributor: Malaysia. Jabatan Alam Sekitar: Publisher: Department of Environment, Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: 15 Mar ISBN:Export Citation.

Soil erodibility factor (susceptibility of soil to be lost to erosion) is one of the components of the universal soil loss equation. This study presents an artificial neural network (ANN) model using 74 soil series provided by the Department of Agriculture, Malaysia.

The ANN model produces acceptable results: the K values for 74 soil series of Peninsular Malaysia give much better information. Ancient and modern knowledge in soil conservation; Effectiveness of Soil Conservation Measures in Reducing Soil Erosion and Improving Soil Quality in China Assessed by Using Fallout Radionuclides.

The Case Study of Three Selected Urbanised and Newly Urbanised Catchments in Peninsular Malaysia. Pages In Malaysia, the average suspended sediment concentration in the rivers due to soil erosion rose by 34% in (Mastura, Al-Toum, & Jaafar, ).

During rainfall, sediments and eroded soil are. Fallowing with tillage improved the soil properties and the growth and yield of succeeding season intercrops.

Pre-season cowpea-cropped plots recorded % and % greater yields of sorghum and pearl millet base crops respectively, but this effect applied only when the succeeding season gets adequate rainfall.

The examples selected for this paper have been chosen to show both the degree of Man's impact on the natural environment of Peninsular Malaysia and also the changing relationships between Man and his environment.

These two themes are inextricably related. The case-studies used illustrate these themes on different areal scales. conservation and education ecotourism and international agreements about the use of tropical hardwoods debt reduction Location Malaysia is in South-East Asia It is made up of Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia, which is part of the island of Borneo 67% of Malaysia is covered by the natural tropical rainforest vegetation.

Bulletin of the Geological Society of Malaysia, Vol Dec. pp. 87 – 97 Lateritic soils of Peninsular Malaysia S. PARAMANANTHAN 1 and M. THARMARAJAN 2.

1 Associate Professor, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor, formerly Head, National Soil Survey, Dept. of Agriculture, Peninsular Malaysia. 2 Senior Agriculture Officer, Soil Survey Unit, Dept. of Agriculture. The main aim is to determine soil types of Peninsular Malaysia for agriculturesoil types of Peninsular Malaysia for agriculturesoil types of Peninsular Malaysia for agriculturesoil types of Peninsular Malaysia for agriculture planning ng ng ng purposes.

Land. Peninsular Malaysia occupies most of the southern segment of the Malay the north it is bordered by Thailand, with which it shares a land boundary of some miles ( km).To the south, at the tip of the peninsula, is the island republic of Singapore, with which Malaysia is connected by a causeway and also by a separate the southwest, across the .The fate of the Malayan tiger hangs by a whisker.

WWF-Malaysia’s Tiger Lead, Dr. Mark Rayan Darmaraj said, “Almost a decade ago, Royal Belum State Park, part of Malaysia’s three tiger priority sites, used to have the highest density of tigers in the country .