Khamaruzaman Wan Yusof
Khamaruzaman Wan Yusof
Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Department, Universiti Teknologi Petronas
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GIS-based analytic hierarchy process as a multicriteria decision analysis instrument: a review
IA Chandio, ANB Matori, KB WanYusof, MAH Talpur, AL Balogun, ...
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 6, 3059-3066, 2013
A novel deep learning instance segmentation model for automated marine oil spill detection
ST Yekeen, AL Balogun, KBW Yusof
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 167, 190-200, 2020
Mapping land use/cover distribution on a mountainous tropical island using remote sensing and GIS
SMJ Baban, K Wan Yusof
International Journal of Remote Sensing 22 (10), 1909-1918, 2001
Modelling optimum sites for locating reservoirs in tropical environments
SMJ Baban, K Wan-Yusof
Water Resources Management 17, 1-17, 2003
A review of nitrogen removal for urban stormwater runoff in bioretention system
M Osman, K Wan Yusof, H Takaijudin, HW Goh, M Abdul Malek, ...
Sustainability 11 (19), 5415, 2019
Detecting Flood Susceptible Areas Using GIS-based Analytic Hierarchy Process.
DU Lawal, AN Matori, AM Hashim, KW Yusuf, IA Chandio
2nd International Conference on Future Environment and Energy (ICFEE 2012 …, 2012
Modelling soil erosion in tropical environments using remote sensing and geographical information systems
SMJ Baban, KW Yusof
Hydrological sciences journal 46 (2), 191-198, 2001
A review of the flood hazard and risk management in the South Asian Region, particularly Pakistan
SMH Shah, Z Mustaffa, FY Teo, MAH Imam, KW Yusof, EHH Al-Qadami
Scientific African 10, e00651, 2020
A spatial decision support system (SDSS) for sustainable tourism planning in Johor Ramsar sites, Malaysia
M Aminu, ANBM Ludin, AN Matori, KW Yusof, LU Dano, IA Chandio
Environmental Earth Sciences, 1-12, 2013
Disasters worldwide and floods in the Malaysian Region: a brief review
SMH Shah, Z Mustaffa, KW Yusof
Indian Journal of Science and Technology 10 (2), 1-9, 2017
Oil spill trajectory modelling and environmental vulnerability mapping using GNOME model and GIS
AL Balogun, ST Yekeen, B Pradhan, KBW Yusof
Environmental Pollution 268, 115812, 2021
GIS-basedland suitability analysis of sustainable hillside development
IA Chandio, AN Matori, K Yusof, MAH Talpur, M Aminu
Procedia Engineering 77, 87-94, 2014
A GIS-based water quality model for sustainable tourism planning of Bertam River in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
M Aminu, AN Matori, KW Yusof, A Malakahmad, RB Zainol
Environmental Earth Sciences 73, 6525-6537, 2015
Evaluation of rainfall-runoff erosivity factor for Cameron Highlands, Pahang, Malaysia
TS Abdulkadir, MR Mustafa, KW Yusof, AM Hashim
Journal of Ecological Engineering 17 (3), 2016
Statistical downscaling of rainfall under transitional climate in Limbang River Basin by using SDSM
T Tahir, AM Hashim, KW Yusof
IOP conference series: earth and environmental science 140 (1), 012037, 2018
Spatial analytic hierarchy process model for flood forecasting: An integrated approach
DU Lawal, KW Yusof, MA Hashim, AL Balogun
IOP conference series: Earth and environmental science 20 (1), 012029, 2014
Analytic network process (ANP)-based spatial decision support system (SDSS) for sustainable tourism planning in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
M Aminu, AN Matori, KW Yusof, A Malakahmad, RB Zainol
Arabian Journal of Geosciences 10, 1-20, 2017
Sustainable potable water production using a solar still with photovoltaic modules-AC heater
A Riahi, K Wan Yusof, BS Mahinder Singh, MH Isa, E Olisa, NAM Zahari
Desalination and Water Treatment 57 (32), 14929-14944, 2016
Mapping of regional potential groundwater springs using logistic regression statistical method
J Zandi, PT Ghazvinei, R Hashim, KBW Yusof, J Ariffin, S Motamedi
Water Resources 43, 48-57, 2016
Evaluation of CMIP5 models for projection of future precipitation change in Bornean tropical rainforests
M Hussain, KW Yusof, MRU Mustafa, R Mahmood, S Jia
Theoretical and Applied Climatology 134, 423-440, 2018
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