Ahmad Fikri Abdullah
Ahmad Fikri Abdullah
Associate Professor, Universiti Putra Malaysia
Adresă de e-mail confirmată pe upm.edu.my
Citat de
Citat de
Impact of land uses on water quality in Malaysia: a review
M Camara, NR Jamil, AFB Abdullah
Ecological Processes 8 (1), 1-10, 2019
Urban flood modelling combining top-view LiDAR data with ground-view SfM observations
V Meesuk, Z Vojinovic, AE Mynett, AF Abdullah
Advances in Water Resources 75, 105-117, 2015
Wetting patterns estimation under drip irrigation systems using an enhanced empirical model
AAM Al-Ogaidi, A Wayayok, MK Rowshon, AF Abdullah
Agricultural Water Management 176, 203-213, 2016
The use of LiDAR-derived DEM in flood applications: A review
NA Muhadi, AF Abdullah, SK Bejo, MR Mahadi, A Mijic
Remote Sensing 12 (14), 2308, 2020
Droplet deposition density of organic liquid fertilizer at low altitude UAV aerial spraying in rice cultivation
MNA Kharim, A Wayayok, ARM Shariff, AF Abdullah, EM Husin
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 167, 105045, 2019
Agriculture land suitability analysis evaluation based multi criteria and GIS approach
GB Ahmed, ARM Shariff, SK Balasundram, AF bin Abdullah
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 37 (1), 012044, 2016
Impacts of climate change on soybean production under different treatments of field experiments considering the uncertainty of general circulation models
HA Araji, A Wayayok, AM Bavani, E Amiri, AF Abdullah, J Daneshian, ...
Agricultural Water Management 205, 63-71, 2018
Improved methodology for processing raw LiDAR data to support urban flood modelling–accounting for elevated roads and bridges
AF Abdullah, Z Vojinovic, RK Price, NAA Aziz
Journal of Hydroinformatics 14 (2), 253-269, 2012
A hybrid model using machine learning methods and GIS for potential rockfall source identification from airborne laser scanning data
AM Fanos, B Pradhan, S Mansor, ZM Yusoff, AF Abdullah
Landslides 15, 1833-1850, 2018
A Methodology for Processing Raw LIDAR Data to Support Urban Flood Modelling Framework: UNESCO-IHE PhD Thesis
AFB Abdullah
CRC Press, 2020
Modeling potential impacts of climate change on streamflow using projections of the 5th assessment report for the Bernam River Basin, Malaysia
NS Dlamini, MR Kamal, MABM Soom, MS Faisal bin Mohd, AFB Abdullah, ...
Water 9 (3), 226, 2017
Application of ground-based LiDAR for analysing oil palm canopy properties on the occurrence of basal stem rot (BSR) disease
NA Husin, S Khairunniza-Bejo, AF Abdullah, MSM Kassim, D Ahmad, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 6464, 2020
LiDAR filtering algorithms for urban flood application: Review on current algorithms and filters test
A Abdullah, A Rahman, Z Vojinovic
Laserscanning09 38, 30-36, 2009
The influence of magnetized water on soil water dynamics under drip irrigation systems
AAM Al-Ogaidi, A Wayayok, MK Rowshon, AF Abdullah
Agricultural Water Management 180, 70-77, 2017
Classification of basal stem rot disease in oil palm plantations using terrestrial laser scanning data and machine learning
NA Husin, S Khairunniza-Bejo, AF Abdullah, MSM Kassim, D Ahmad, ...
Agronomy 10 (11), 1624, 2020
Image segmentation methods for flood monitoring system
NA Muhadi, AF Abdullah, SK Bejo, MR Mahadi, A Mijic
Water 12 (6), 1825, 2020
Integrating cellular automata Markov model to simulate future land use change of a tropical basin
M Camara, NRB Jamil, AFB Abdullah, RB Hashim
Global Journal of Environmental Science and Management 6 (3), 403-414, 2020
Simulation of flood risk area in Kelantan watershed, Malaysia using numerical model
K Ghorbani, A Wayayok, AF Abdullah
Jurnal Teknologi 78 (1-2), 51-57, 2016
Impacts of COVID-19 on the aquatic environment and implications on aquatic food production
FM Yusoff, AF Abdullah, AZ Aris, WAD Umi
Sustainability 13 (20), 11281, 2021
Modelling erosion and landslides induced by farming activities at Hilly Areas, Cameron Highlands, Malaysia
AF Abdullah, W Aimrun, NM Nasidi, K Hazari, LM Sidek, Z Selamat
Jurnal Teknologi 81 (6), 195-204, 2019
Sistemul nu poate realiza operația în acest moment. Încercați din nou mai târziu.
Articole 1–20