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MR. AFFENDI BIN YANG AMRI

Institute of Ocean and Earth Sciences

Deputy Vice Chancellor(Research & Innovation)

affendi@um.edu.my
Latest Award
Best poster award for lau chai ming, affendi yang amri & chong ving ching (2008). effect of jetty pillar orientation on growth of scleractinian corals of the marine park centre jetty in pulau tioman, pahang, malaysia
Best poster award for lau chai ming, affendi yang amri & chong ving ching (2008). effect of jetty pillar orientation on growth of scleractinian corals of the marine park centre jetty in pulau tioman, pahang, malaysia
Year 2008
Latest Evaluation
Reviewer for article in ISI journal, Limnology and Oceanography Reviewer for article in ISI journal, Limnology and Oceanography
Reviewer
Year 2018
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Last 5 Projects
Grant Progress Status
RU003J-2017
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RU003G-2017
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Latest Publication
2019

Tracing Coral Reefs : A Citizen Science Approach in Mapping Coral Reefs to Enhance Marine Park Management Strategies

2019

An updated checklist of the marine fish fauna of Redang Islands, Malaysia.

2019

Purification and identification of novel cytotoxic oligopeptides from soft coral Sarcophyton glaucum

2018

Influence of habitat complexity on fish density and species richness in structurally simple forereef seagrass.

2017

Potential new areas to be gazetted as Johor Marine Park

2017

Status Report on the Marine Environment of the Mersing Marine Park Island, and Indicative Proposal for a Marine Protected Area Network.

2012

Semporna Marine Ecological Expedition.

2008

Natural History of the Pulau Tioman Group of Islands. Monograph Series 1

2014

Status of Coral Reefs in Southeast Asia: Malaysia

2008

Status of the Coral Reefs in Southeast Asia

2007

Coral reef section of Pulau Jarak and Pulau Perak

2006

Post-tsunami status of coral reefs in Malaysia. p. 57-62. in Wilkinson, C., D. Souter and J. Goldberg (eds.). Status of Coral Reefs in Tsunami Affected Countries: 2005. Australian Institute of Marine Science, Townsville, Queensland.