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Dr. Khairul Azlan Bin Mustapha

Department Of Geology

Faculty Of Science

azlan_0401@um.edu.my
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RF022B-2018
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BK085-2016
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2018

Paleoenvironmental reconstruction and hydrocarbon potentials of Upper Cretaceous sediments in the Anambra Basin, southeastern Nigeria.

2018

Pyrolysis analyses and bulk kinetic models of the Late Cretaceous oil shales in Jordan and their implications for early mature sulphur-rich oil generation potential, Marine and Petroleum Geology

2017

Effects of maturity on the pyrolytic fingerprint of coals from North Borneo

2017

Organic geochemistry and palynology of coals and coal-bearing mangrove sediments of the Neogene Sandakan Formation, Northeast Sabah, Malaysia

2011

Organic Petrological Characteristics of the Kapilit Formation Sedimentary Sequence in the Southern Part of Imbak Canyon Conservation Area

2011

The occurrence of Volcanic Rocks in the Southern Part of the Imbak Canyon Conservation Area

2011

The geology of the Southern part of the Imbak Canyon Conservation Area

2017

Source rock pyrolysis and thermal maturity of Early-Late Miocene syn-rift deposits in Southeastern Sabah, Malaysia

2014

Petroleum Source Rock Potential of Cenozoic Sandy Facies of NW Borneo: Deepwater Submarine Fan of Crocker Formation Versus Shallow Marine Deposits of Meligan Formation, Onshore Sabah, Malaysia

2011

Organic petrological characteristics of the Kapilit Formation sedimentary sequence in the Southern part of Imbak Canyon Conservation Area (ICCA), Tongod, Sabah

2011

An integrated approached of sedimentology, biostratigraphy, organic petrological and geochemical analyses : a case study petroleum source rock depositional environments of Sebahat and Ganduman Formations, Eastern Sabah