Sabrina Abdullah @ Ho Yuek Ming
TitleCited byYear
The simulation and prediction of spatio-temporal urban growth trends using cellular automata models: A review
MM Aburas, YM Ho, MF Ramli, ZH Ash’aari
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 52 …, 2016
662016
Current status of municipal solid waste management practise in FCT Abuja
KA Ayuba, LA Manaf, AH Sabrina, SWN Azmin
Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences 5 (6), 295-304, 2013
592013
Improving the capability of an integrated CA-Markov model to simulate spatio-temporal urban growth trends using an analytical hierarchy process and frequency ratio
MM Aburas, YM Ho, MF Ramli, ZH Ash’aari
International journal of applied earth observation and geoinformation 59, 65-78, 2017
422017
Community participation on solid waste segregation through recycling programmes in Putrajaya
NKA Malik, SH Abdullah, LA Manaf
Procedia Environmental Sciences 30, 10-14, 2015
262015
A comparative assessment of the municipal solid waste management services
AA Kadafa, AM Latifah, HS Abdullah, WA Sulaiman
Life Science Journal 10 (7s), 2013
202013
Applications of System Analysis Techniques in Solid Waste Management Assessment.
AA Kadafa, LA Manaf, WN Azmin Sulaiman, SH Abdullah
Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 23 (4), 2014
172014
Measuring land cover change in Seremban, Malaysia using NDVI index
MM Aburas, SH Abdullah, MF Ramli, ZH Ash’aari
Procedia Environmental Sciences 30, 238-243, 2015
142015
Land suitability analysis of urban growth in Seremban Malaysia, using GIS based analytical hierarchy process
MM Aburas, SHO Abdullah, MF Ramli, ZH Asha’ari
Procedia engineering 198, 1128-1136, 2017
102017
Examining the moderating role of perceived lack of facilitating conditions on household recycling intention in Kano, Nigeria
M Khalil, S Abdullah, L Abd Manaf, A Sharaai, A Nabegu
Recycling 2 (4), 18, 2017
72017
Application of an integrative approach for municipal solid waste management assessment: towards adopting a conceptual model for efficient and sustainable solid waste management
AA Kadafa, AM Latifah, WNA Sulaiman, HS Abdullah
Environment and Earth Science 3 (7), 39-50, 2013
72013
A Review on Municipal Solid Waste Management in Nigeria
AA Kadafa, AM Latifah, HS Abdullah, NA Wan
Journal, 975-982, 2012
72012
Monitoring and assessment of urban growth patterns using spatio-temporal built-up area analysis
MM Aburas, YM Ho, MF Ramli, ZH Ash’aari
Environmental monitoring and assessment 190 (3), 156, 2018
62018
A review of land suitability analysis for urban growth by using the GIS-based analytic hierarchy process
MM Aburas, SH Abdullah, MF Ramli, ZH Ash'aari
Asian Journal of Applied Sciences (ISSN: 2321–0893) 3 (06), 2015
62015
Solid Waste Generation and Composition at Water Villages in Sabah, Malaysia.
FS Alias, LA Manaf, SJ Ho Abdullah, N Onn, M Ho
Polish Journal of Environmental Studies 23 (5), 2014
62014
Barriers to Practice of Non-Hazardous Solid Waste Minimization by Industries in Malaysia
SK Mallak, MB Ishak, AF Mohamed, S Abdullah
J. Mgmt. & Sustainability 4, 154, 2014
52014
Measuring and mapping urban growth patterns using remote sensing and GIS techniques
MM Aburas, SH Abdullah, MF Ramli, ZH Ash'aari
Pertanika Journal of Scholarly Research Reviews 3 (1), 2017
42017
Machiavellianism and spiritual intelligence as predictors of waste-prevention behaviours among Malaysian University students
S Karbalaei, A Abdollahi, S Abdullah
Pertanika Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities 23 (3), 623-638, 2015
42015
Evaluating Urban Growth Phenomena in Seremban, Malaysia, Using Land-Use Change-Detection Technique
M Aburas, S Abdullah, M Ramli, Z Ash'aari
Advances in Environmental Biology 9 (27), 317-325, 2015
32015
ASSESSMENT OF PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENSHIP ATTRIBUTES: IMPLICATIONS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND TRAINING
HY Ming, AH Muda
3
Solid Waste Minimization in Malaysia
FS Alias, LA Manaf, M Ariffin, SH Abdullah
Pertanika Journal of Scholarly Research Reviews 4 (3), 2018
22018
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