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Affendy Hassan and Mohd Shafiq Aminuddin and Razak Wahab and A. Arifin (2009) Growth increament of indigenous species planted of secondary forest area. Research Journal of Forestry, 6. pp. 23-28. ISSN 1819-3439

Charissa J. Wong and Daniel James and Normah A. Besar and Phua, Mui How (2020) Estimating mangrove above-ground biomass (AGB) in Sabah, Malaysia using field measurements, shuttle radar topography mission and Landsat data. Borneo Science, 41. pp. 22-29. ISSN 1394-4339

Hardawati Yahya and Florina Rosmin and Jurry Foo and Ricky Alisky Martin (2020) Kesan amalan sistem pertanian tradisional dan peranan orang asal dalam mengurangkan degradasi hutan: kajian di hutan simpan gana-lingkabau, Kota Marudu, Sabah. Journal of Borneo Social Transformation Studies (JOBSTS), 6. pp. 123-147. ISSN 2462-2095

Henry Bernard and Jon Fjeldså and Maryati Mohamed (2009) A case study on the effects of disturbance and conversion of tropical lowland rain forest on the non-volant small mammals in North Borneo: management implications. Mammal Study, 34. pp. 85-96. ISSN 1343-4152 (P-ISSN) , 1348-6160 (E-ISSN)

Kee Sze Lue and Jephte Sompud and Lee Woon Jah and Cynthia Boon Sompud and Emily Gilbert (2017) Bird population in two-year old Acacia mangium plantation, Sabah forest industries Sdn Bhd. Borneo Science, 38. pp. 36-46. ISSN 1394-4339

Najjah Salfinas Mat Fisal and Walter Lintangah and Musri Ismenyah (2017) Community awareness & challenges in forest fire prevention: a case study at peat swamp forest, Klias forest reserve, Beaufort, Sabah, Malaysia. International Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Plantation, 5. pp. 86-91. ISSN 2462-1757

Book Chapter

Normah Awang Besar @ Raffie and M.S. Idris and CH Tan (2015) Carbon pool in different land use in Germany. pp. 201-206.

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