Peat Resource Person Details
Category: Individual
Salutation: Dr
Name: Alexender Kiew Sayok
Nationality: Malaysia
Age: 63
Title/Designation: Associate Professor (Research Associate)
Organization/Company Name: Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, UNIMAS
Organization/Company Address: 94300 Kota Samarahan, Sarawak, MALAYSIA
Current Working Location: Malaysia
Email: aangpidea@gmail.com
Telephone: Office: 6 082 582 994
Mobile: 6 019 828 0614
Languages: English
Indonesian
Malay
Qualifications: Diploma Perhutanan (Univ Pertanian M'sia 1980)
Bachelor Science in Forest Management (Louisiana St Uni 1984)
Master Science in Watershed Management (Stephen F Austin St Uni 1986)
Doctor of Forestry (Hydrology and Soil Science, SFASU 1991)
Focal Area of Interest: Management
Technical
Research
Years of Peat Related Working Experience: 18
Field of Peat Related Expertise/Specializations:
Please tick where applicable
Water Management
Ecology
Soil Science
Environmental Impact Assessment
Country(ies) that you have Worked in the SEA Region: Malaysia
Papua New Guinea
USA
Peat Related Professional Experience/History: Project manager for Integrated Daro-Mukah Development study funded by ADB 1996-1998
Project Manager for integrated coastal zone management funded by DANCED 1998-2000
National Expert for peat swamp forest project UNDP-GEF funded 2002-2008
Researcher in water quality monitoring at Loagan Bunut National Park 2008-2010
Peat swamp forest expert cum team leader during mid-term review of ASEAN peat project funded by IFAD et al Sept to Nov, 2012
Publication(s): (If any) Environment and Water Resources Related
1.        Mercer, T., E. Mercer, A. K. Sayok (in press): Effetcs of forest conversions to oil palm plantations on freshwater macroinvertebrates: A case study from Sarawak, Malaysia. Journal Land Use Science.

2.        Dagang, R. B, S. Lau and A. K. Sayok. Dominant factors influencing overall temporal sedimentation rates at Loagan Bunut Lake, Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia. Advanced Materials Research. 356-360:2406-2415.

3.        Alexander K Sayok, Michael Saweng, and Gabriel T Noweg. 2011. Community-based management of natural resources by the Bidayuhs in Krokong area, Bau, Sarawak. In Mazlin Mohtar (eds). RIMBA: Sustainable Forest Livelihoods in Malaysia and Australia. LESTARI-UKM)-UNIMAS-Charles Darwin University.

4.        A.K. Sayok, J Liam, Sapuan A., and Arabi Aimran A. 2011. The fishermen community participation in the management of Berawan Fishery in Miri, Sarawak. Agrobiodiversity in Malaysia II: Conservation and Sustainable Utilization. MARDI and Bioversity International. .p107-116.

5.        A.K. Sayok, J Liam, Sapuan A., and Arabi Aimran A. 2010. Towards sustainable resources utilization: Berawan fishery management in Miri, Sarawak. In Mirfat et al. 2nd national Conference on Agrobiodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Utilization (NAC2). MARDI in collaboration with Biodiversity International, Jabatan Perikanan, UMS, Lembaga Koko Malaysia, DOA Sabah, Dept Veterinary Services.p62-64.

6.        Sayok, A. K et al. 2010a. Environmental sensitivity Index for Sarawak coastline. A report to Petronas-Carigali. 401 pages with 150 maps and ArcReader CDROM.

7.        Sayok, A. K et al. 2010b. Environmental sensitivity Index for West Coast Of Sabah. A report to Petronas-Carigali. 218 pages with 75 maps and ArcReader CDROM.

8.        A K Sayok, J Grinang, and Lee Nyanti. Water quality in a forested tropical streams at Singai, Sarawak. To be presented at the 3rd International Conference on Managing Rivers in the 21st Century: Sustainable Solutions for Global Crisis of Flooding, Pollution and Water Scarcity. 6th – 9th December 2011, Penang, Malaysia.

9.        Sayok, A. K., J. Liam, Sapuan Ahmad, and Abg Arabi. 2010. Towards Sustainable Resource Utilization: Berawan Fishery Management in Miri, Sarawak 2nd National Conference on Agrobidiversity Conservation and Sustainable Utilization. Mardi, 11-13 April, 2010, Tawau,Sabah.

10.        Sayok, A. K. Sapuan Ahmad, Sulaiman Jamahari, and Johing Ngayop.2010. Loagan Bunut, Sarawak, Lake Brief. Pg101-124. In Managing Lakes and their Basins for Sustainable Use in Malaysia. Lake briefs report Series No. 1. National Hydraulic Institute of Malaysia, Akademi Sains Malaysia, MOSTE, and Ministry of Natural resources and Environment

11.        R. B. Dagang, S Lau, and A. K. Sayok. 2011a The verification of the best-fit equation to predict spatial sedimentation rates at Loagan Bunut Lake, Miri, Sarawak. International Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences IJBAS-IJENS10 (2):11-16.

12.        Dagang, R. B., Lau, S., and A. K. Sayok.2011b. The best fit model to predict the spatial sedimentation rates at Loagan Bunut Lake, Miri, Sarawak. J App. Sci (JAS)), ISSN 1812-5654/DOI 10.3923/jas.2011

13.        Lau Seng, M Mohamed, G. T. Noweg, A K Sayok and R D Belanda. 2009. Impacts of highly disturbed Teru River catchment on the survival of Loagan Bunut Lake. In Gillian Ainsworth and Stephen Garnett (eds). RIMBA: Sustainable Forest Livelihoods in Malaysia and Australia. LESTARi (UKM)-UNIMAS-Charles Darwin University. P.52-60

14.        Dagang, R. B., Lau, S. and A. K. Sayok. Mapping Sediment Flux using Cylindrical Traps at Loagan Bunut. Proc. NREM & ESH 2009. Kuching, Sarawak.

15.        A.K Sayok, S Ahmad, J Liam and AA Tuen. 2009. Co-management of Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. In Gillian Ainsworth and Stephen Garnett (eds). RIMBA: Sustainable Forest Livelihoods in Malaysia and Australia. LESTARi (UKM)-UNIMAS-Charles Darwin University. P.61-69.

16.        Sayok, A. K, Abdul Rahim Nik, L. Melling, Rashid Abdul Samad, and E. Efransjah . 2008. Some characteristics of peat in Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. International Symposium, Workshop and Seminar on Tropical Peatland, Yogyakarta, INDONESIA. 27-31 August 2007. (paper can be viewed in CARBOPEAT website (www.geog.le.ac.uk/carbopeat/yogyaproc.html).

17.        Sayok, A. K, Sapuan Ahmad , Lau Seng, Rahim Nik. Efforts Towards Rehabilitation of Bunut Lake in Sarawak. International Conference on Water Resources (ICWR 2009). 26-27 May, 2009, Langkawi, Kedah.

18.        Sayok, A. K., Lau Seng, and Richard Dagang Belanda. Impacts of Land-use on Bunut Lake, Sarawak, Malaysia. 13th World lakes Conference, Wuhan, China. 1-5 November, 2009
19.        Melling, L., Goh, K.J., Hatano, R., L. J.Uyo, Sayok, A. K, and Abdul Rahim Nik. 2008. Greenhouse gas fluxes from Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.
20.        Sayok, A. K., Sapuan Ahmad, Efransjah, and J. Liam. 2008. Loagan Bunut, a disappearing lake? presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.
21.        Sayok, A. K, Abdul Rahim Nik, L. Melling, Rashid Abdul Samad, and E. Efransjah . 2008. Some characteristics of peat in Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. International Symposium, Workshop and Seminar on Tropical Peatland, Yogyakarta, INDONESIA. 27-31 August 2007. (paper can be viewed in CARBOPEAT website (www.geog.le.ac.uk/carbopeat/yogyaproc.html).
22.        Melling, L., Goh, K.J., Hatano, R., L. J. Uyo, Sayok, A. K, and Abdul Rahim Nik. 2007. Characteristics of natural tropical peatland and their influence on C flux in Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper presented at the 13th International Peat Congress on the 8th – 13th June 2007, Tullamore, IRELAND
23.        Abdul Rahim Nik, A. K. Sayok, Efransjah and Sapuan Ahmad. 2007. Issues affecting the sustainability of Loagan Bunut lake, Sarawak. Reservoirs and Lakes Colloquium organised by NRE and NAHRIM at Putra Jaya, MALAYSIA in August 2007.
24.        Melling, L., Ayob, K., K. J. Goh., L. J. Uyo, A. K. Sayok, and R. Hatano. 2007. Hydraulic conductivity and moisture characteristics of tropical peatland – Preliminary investigations. P120-133. In: Proc. Soil Science Conference of Malaysia 2007 (Jol, H et al, eds.). Malaysian Soil Science Society, April 17th – 19th 2007, Sarawak, MALAYSIA.
25.        Meling, L., K. K. J. Goh, L. J. Uyo, A. K. Sayok, and R. Hatano. Biophysical characteristics of Tropical peatland.p110-119. In: Proc. Soil Science Conference of Malaysia 2007 (Jol, H et al, eds.). Malaysian Soil Science Society, April 17th – 19th 2007, Sarawak, MALAYSIA
26.        Melling, L., Goh, K.J., Hatano, R., Osaki, M, A. K. Sayok, A.Katimon and L. J. Uyo. 2006. Soils and hydraulic conductivity of the Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, MALAYSIA. International Workshop on Tropical Rain Forest and Boreal Forest Disturbance and Their Affects on Global Warming. 16-18 September 2006 at University of Palangka Raya, INDONESIA.
27.        Sayok, A. K., A. Sapuan, L. Melling, and E. Efransjah. 2007. Land Developers as partners in sustainable management of peat swamp forest resources. p95-104 In: Proc. Soil Science Conference of Malaysia 2007 (Jol, H et al, eds.). Malaysian Soil Science Society, April 17th – 19th 2007, Sarawak, MALAYSIA
28.        Lau S, A. K. Sayok, and Efransjah. Impact of poor soil conservation on the existence of Loagan Bunut. 2005. paper presented during a workshop for training of oilpalm plantation developers on 25 November in Miri, Sarawak, MALAYSIA.
29.        A. K. Sayok, Lau Seng, Murtedza M. and Efransjah 2005. Challenges in conservation of Bunut Lake, Sarawak, Malaysia. 10th Intl Living Lakes Conference, Tagaytay City, PHILIPPINES, May 14-19, 2005.
30.        Lau S, A. K. Sayok, Murtedza Mohamed1and Efransjah. 2005. Loagan Bunut: Conserving the watershed of life. Paper presented during the World Water Day Celebration on 15 March, 2005 in Miri Sarawak, MALAYSIA.
31.        Lau, S., Murtedza, M., Kasing Apun, Bong, A.C.H., Tay, M.G. and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Water quality of Loagan Bunut, Marudi, Sarawak. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
32.        Wan Sulaiman W.H., N. Bessaih, A. K. Sayok, Murtedza M. and Lau Seng 2004. The soils of peat swamp forest and their role in regulating the baseflow to the Loagan Bunut lake. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
33.        Murtedza M., N. Bessaih., Wan Sulaiman W. H., A. K. Sayok and Efransjah. 2004. Channel profiles and hydrodynamics of streams and lake at the Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
34.        Noweg G. T., Wan Sulaiman W. H., Murtedza M., N. Bessaih and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Estimation of sediment yield in the Loagan Bunut Lake. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
35.        Lau S., Murtedza M., K. Apun, A. Bong A., M. G. Tay and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Water quality of Loagan Bunut, Marudi, Sarawak. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
36.        Lau S., S. F. Sim, K. Devagi, A. C. H. Bong and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Organic matter and heavy metals contents in the sediment of Loagan Bunut. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
37.        Murtedza M., A. K. Sayok, Efransjah and N. Bessaih. 2003. Water resource management challenges in a lacustrine peat swamp forest park – A case study of the Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper submitted to the Asia Water resources Conference in Chiang Mai, THAILAND. November 2003.
38.        M. Sabari, A.K. Sayok, and C. Hagebro. 2000. Application of the EMS concept to a water catchment area: A case study of Sg, Jemoreng, Matu District. Paper presented at the Regional Conference on Integrated Coastal Zone Management, 2-4 May, 2000, Kuching, Sarawak, MALAYSIA. Integrated Coastal Zone Management. Pages 180-201.
39.        Sayok, A. K. and H. E. Hartemink. 1998. Erosion and soil fertility changes under Leucaena intercropped with sweet potato in the lowlands of Papua New Guinea. Papua new Guniea Journal of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. Vol. 41:1 (p85-90). Special Issue: Soil Research and Management in Papua New Guinea.
40.        Sayok, A. K. and N. Bingeding. 1996. Construction of a low-cost runoff and sediment monitoring plot. In D. S. Edwards et al. (eds.) tropical Rainforest Research – Current Issues. 271-275. Kluwer Academic Press.
41.        Sayok, A. K. 1995. Intercropping as incentive to reforestation in PNG. The Reporter. The Papua New Guinea University of Technology Printery.
42.        Sayok, A. K., M. Chang, and K. G. Watterston. 1993a. Forest clearcutting and site preparation on a saline soil in East Texas: Impact on sediment losses. Sediment problems: Strategies for Monitoring, Prediction and Control (Proceedings of the Yokohama Symposium, July 1993, JAPAN). IAHS Publ. no. 217, 1993.
43.        Sayok, A. K., M. Chang, and K. G. Watterston. 1993b. Forest clearcutting and site preparation on a saline soil in East Texas: Impact on element movement. Hydrology of Warm Humid Regions (Proceedings of the Yokohama Symposium, July 1993, JAPAN). IAHS Publ. no. 216, 1993.
44.        Chang, M, A. K. Sayok, and K. G. Watterston. 1992. Comparison of three proposed C-values of the Soil Loss Equation for various forested conditions. In: The Environment is our Future”. Proceedings of Conference XXIII:. February 19-21, 1992 Reno, Nevada, USA), p241-246 Int. Erosion Control Ass.
45.        Sayok, A. K. and M. Chang. 1991. Rainfall in and around the City of Nacogdoches, Texas. The Texas J. Sci. 43(2):173-178.
46.        Chang M. and A. K. Sayok. 1990. Hydrological responses to urbanization in forested LaNana Creek Watershed, Nacogdoches, Texas. Tropical Hydrology and Carribean Water Resources. 131-140.
47.        Chang, M., S. P. Watters, and A. K. Sayok. 1989. A comparison of methods of estimating mean watershed slope. Am. Water Res. Assoc. Water Res. Bull. 26(2):327-333.
Biodiversity related

48.        A.K. Sayok and Wang Y. C H. 2011. Environmental sensitivity index as a tool for protection of coastal wetlands. Paper to be presented at the 2nd Society of Wetland Scientists Asia Chapter Wetlands Convention and Workshop entitled Äsian Wetlands and Beyond: Livelihood, Sustainable and Management” 13-15 Sept 2011, Kuching, Sarawak. UNIMAS and SWS.

49.        Sapuan Ahmad and A. K.Sayok. 2011. Integrated management of a wetland site: A case of Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak. Paper to be presented at the 2nd Society of Wetland Scientists Asia Chapter Wetlands Convention and Workshop entitled Äsian Wetlands and Beyond: Livelihood, Sustainable and Management” 13-15 Sept 2011, Kuching, Sarawak. UNIMAS and SWS.

50.        Andrew Alek Tuen, Louisa McLellan, Alexander K. Sayok, Joanna McLellan. 2011.Distribution of Fruit Trees at Different Elevations at Mount Singai, Bau, Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper presented in Konferensi Antar Universitas SeBorneo Ke-6 on 23-24 May, 2011at Universitas Palangka Raya, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia.

51.        A K Sayok, Joanna McLellan, G. T. Noweg, Louisa McLellan, and H.Y. Khong (2011). Understory Plants in Mount Singai, Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper presented in Konferensi Antar Universitas SeBorneo Ke-6 on 23-24 May, 2011at Universitas Palangka Raya, Kalimantan Barat, Indonesia.

52.        Alexander K Sayok, Michael Saweng, and Gabriel T Noweg. In press. Community-based management of natural resources by the Bidayuhs in Krokong area, Bau, Sarawak. In Mazlin Mohtar (eds). RIMBA: Sustainable Forest Livelihoods in Malaysia and Australia. LESTARI-UKM)-UNIMAS-Charles Darwin University.

53.        A.K. Sayok, J Liam, Sapuan A., and Arabi Aimran A. 2010. Towards sustainable resources utilization: Berawan fishery management in Miri, Sarawak. In Mirfat et al. 2nd national Conference on Agrobiodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Utilization (NAC2). MARDI in collaboration with Biodiversity International, Jabatan Perikanan, UMS, Lembaga Koko Malaysia, DOA Sabah, Dept Veterinary Services.p62-64.
54.        Ampeng, A., Sapuan Ahmad, A. K. Sayok and J.Liam. 2008. Mammals among different ecosystem in LBNP, Sarawak – Paper presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
55.        Liam J., A. K. Sayok and Sapuan Ahmad. 2008. Managing rights and privileges for conservation in Loagan Bunut National Park. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
56.        Hon, J., M. Gumal, and A. K. Sayok. 2008. Birds and bats in Loagan Bunut National Park. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
57.        Khali Aziz Hamzah, Abd. Rahim Nik, Efransjah, A. K. Sayok, Rashid Abdul Samad and G. Akeng. 2008. Ecological monitoring system for peat swamp forest biodiversity conservation. Presented at the International Symposium on Peat Swamp Forests “Towards enhancement of knowledge-based decision making in the conservation and management of natural resources” on 11th-12th March 2008 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
58.        Sayok, A. K., E. Efransjah, Sapuan Ahmad, W. Landong and J. Liam. 2007. Towards sustainable management of peat swamp forest: A case study of Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. PIPOC 2007 Conference in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 28 August to 2 September, 2007.
59.        Nyanti, L., A. K. Sayok, G. T. Noweg and Efransjah. 2005. Fishery in Loagan Bunut, Sarawak: Present status and management implications. 10th Intl Living Lakes Conf,erence, Tagaytay City, Philippines, May 14-19, 2005.
60.        Khali Aziz Hamzah, Rashid Abdul Samad, A. K Sayok, E. Efransjah and Abdul Rahim Nik. 2005. Integrated database management system for biodiversity conservation in South-east Pahang peat swamp forest, Peninsular Malaysia. – An overview. P218-222. In A. A. Tuen and I. Das (eds). Wallace in Sarawak – 150 years later. Proceedings of an international conference on Biogeography and Biodiversity. Institute of Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation, Universiti Malaysia Sarawak.
61.        Sayok, A. K. Efransjah, Abdul Rashid Samad, Abdul Khali Aziz, Sapuan Ahmad, W. Landong, and J. Liam.2005. Management of peat swamp forest: Case study for Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak, Malaysia. Proceedings of the 7th Hornbill Workshop on Protected Areas and Biodiversity Conservation: Hornbill: 7:90-101.
62.        Ngidang, D., R. Malong, K. J. Egay and A. K. Sayok. 2005. Territorial domain and resource utilization among indigenous communities in Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak. Paper presented at Borneo Biodiversity and Environmental Conservation Conference on February 2005 at Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
63.        Bulan, P., I. Ipor, C. Tawan, C., I. Jusoh, and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Plant diversity of riverine forest and the ecology of Cyperus haspan in Loagan Bunut. . In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
64.        Nyanti, L., G. T. Noweg, and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Riverine fishery in Loagan Bunut National Park: Present status, threats and management strategies. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006.
65.        Bulan, P. I. Ipor, C. Tawan, I. Jusoh, and A. K. Sayok. 2004. Plant diversity of riverine forest and the ecology of Cyperus haspan in Loagan Bunut National Park. In Tuen, A.A. et al. eds. The Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut the watershed of life, culture and progress. UNIMAS/UNDP/GEF/Sarawak Forestry. 2006..
66.        Wagih, M. E., E. E. Wagih, A. K. Sayok, and P. A. Manus. 1996. Crop diversification as basis for sustainable agricultural development in Papua New Guinea.

Document written and/or involved in writing

1.        Environmental Sensitivity Index for coastline of Sarawak (from Tanjung Datu to Lawas). 2010. 400 pages along with Maps and database. For Petronas and other petroleum companies.

2.        Environmental Sensitivity Index for coastline of Sabah (from Merapok to Kudat). 2010. 218 pages along with Maps and database. For Petronas and other petroleum companies.

3.        Wildlife Conservation Society and UNDP/GEF Peat Swamp Forest Project. 2008. Birds and Bats of Loagan Bunut National Park, Sarawak: A manual. 120 pages.

4.        Forest Department Sarawak and several state agencies in association with UNDP/GEF: 2007. Integrated Management Plan for Loagan Bunut National Park. 122 pages.

5.        UNDP/GEF Peat Swamp Forest Project. 2007. Looking at Loagan: A coffee-table book on Loagan Bunut.

6.        Jol, H., K. J. Goh, Che Fauziah Ishak, L. Melling, Osumanu H. A., Mahomadu B. Jalloh, A. K. Sayok, and S. Balasundram (eds). 2007. Proceedings on Soils 2007 Conference. Peat and other soil factors in crop production. 376 pages.

7.        Tipot, E., J. Liam and A. K. Sayok. Tumbuhan ubatan di Taman Negara Loagan Bunut. 91 pages.

8.        NRE, UNDP, and DANIDA. 2006. Malaysia’s peat swamp forests: Conservation and sustainability. 38 pages.

9.        Tuen, A. A., A. K. Sayok. Toh A. N. and G. T. Noweg (eds). 2006. Scientific Journey Through Borneo: Loagan Bunut (A scientific Expedition and the Physical, Chemical, and Sociological Aspects). 239 pages.
10.        FRIM-UNDP/GEF Peat Swamp Forest project, DANIDA and NRE, 2005. An annotated bibliography on tropical peat swamp in Southeast Asia. 89 pages.

11.        Ecosol Soil Survey Services. February 2005. Feasibility and development plan study on the establishment of ten new rural growth centres in Sarawak. Five areas: Balingian RGC, Tatau RGC, Bangkit (Song-Kapit area) RGC, Igan RGC, and      . Ministry of Rural Development, Sarawak.

12.        NREB, DID, and KTA. 1998. Sg Miri Environmental Management Study.

13.        State Plannining Unit, DANIDA and KTA.1999c. Integrated Physical Planning in Coastal Zone Area, Sarawak.

14.        State Plannining Unit, DANIDA and KTA. 1999a. Miri-Suai Project Area (MISPA) Coastal Zone Environmental Profile. Chief Minister’s office, Sarawak.

15.        State Plannining Unit, DANIDA and KTA. 1999b. Environmental Profile of Miri-Suai Project Area. Chief Minister’s Office. Sarawak.

16.        State Plannining Unit, DANIDA and KTA. 1999a. Proceedings of Workshop on Integrater Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) Miri-Suai Pilot Project Area: Towards an Integrated Approach for Sustainable Coastal Development. Chief Minister’s office, Sarawak.

17.        Euroconsult and KTA. 1997. Daro-Mukah Coastal Zone Development Project. Government of Malaysia.

18.        Rajang Port Authority and KTA. 1996. Emergency and Contingency Plan for Tanjung Manis Port.
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