No.ResearcherTitleImpact Factor (IF) / Quartile (Q)
1Prof. Emeritus Dr. Faizah binti Mohd SharoumComparative study of the metal accumulation in Hysterothalycium reliquens (nematode) and Paraphilometroides nemipteri (nematode) as compared with their doubly infected host, Nemipterus peronii (Notched threadfin bream). (2014) Parasitology Research, 113: 3737-43. 2.098
2Prof. Emeritus Dr. Faizah binti Mohd SharoumMyxobolus ophiocarae sp. n. (Myxozoa: Myxosporea:Bivalvulida) infecting the gill of wild goby, Ophiocara porocephala (Perciformes: Gobioidei) in Malaysia. (2014) Parasitology Research, 113:29–37. 2.098
3Prof. Emeritus Dr. Faizah binti Mohd SharoumThe Life Cycle of the Parasitic Crustacean, Lernanthropus latis (2014) Yamaguti, 1954 (Copepoda: Lernanthropidae) On Marine-Cultured Fish, Lates calcarifer From Setiu Wetland, Terengganu. Journal of Parasitology Research, 1-6. 2.098
4Prof. Emeritus Dr. Faizah binti Mohd SharoumPrevalence, mean intensity and site preference of Caligus rotundigenitalis Yü, 1933 (Copepoda: Caligidae) on cage cultured crimson snapper (Lutjanus erythropterus Bloch, 1790) from Bukit Tambun, Penang, Malaysia. (2012) Veterinary Parasitology, 187(3-4):505-510.2.460
5Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin AbdullahTargeted conservation to safeguard a biodiversity hotspot from climate and land-cover change. (2015) Current Biology, 25(3):372–378.9.916
6Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin AbdullahInfectious Diseases and Their Outbreaks in Asia-Pacific: Biodiversity and Its Regulation Loss Matter. (2014) PLOS ONE, 9(2). 3.530
7Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin AbdullahPhylogeny, diversity, and biogeography of Southeast Asian spiny rats (Maxomys). (2013) Journal of Mammalogy, 94(6):1412-1423.2.230
8Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin AbdullahSystematics of Malaysian woolly bats (Vespertilionidae: Kerivoula) inferred from mitochondrial, nuclear, karyotypic, and morphological data. (2010) Journal of Mammalogy, 91(5): 1058-1072. 2.230
9Prof. Dato’ Dr. Mohd Tajuddin AbdullahDistribution and Status of the Sumatran Rhinoceros in Peninsular Malaysia. (1984) Biological Conservation, 28:253-273.4.040
10Dr. Roslina Bt IsmailEngendering environmental political awareness for supporting the sustainable development agenda: a contribution of local authorities in Terengganu. (2004) Malaysian Journal of Social Administration, 3 (1): 39-52.
11Dr. Roslina Bt IsmailFactors Affecting Energy Demand in Developing Countries: A Dynamic Panel Analysis. International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy, (2013) 3 (S): 1-6.
12Dr. Roslina Bt IsmailMalaysia’s Response To International Biodi-versity Policies of the United Nations: An Analysis of Cartagena Protocol On Biosafety Between 2000 And 2010. (2013) Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 7 (4): 1418-1422.
13Dr. Roslina Bt IsmailThe Influence of Materialism on Socially Responsible Consumption. (2012) Journal of Global Business and Economics, 8(1): 82-87.
14Dr. Roslina Bt IsmailPolicy Convergence in International Biodiversity Regimes: A Perspective from Malaysia. (2012) International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(19): 317-326.
15Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadPersonality types and choice of counseling orientations among counseling students/trainees in Malaysian higher education institutions. (2009) The International Journal of Research and Review, 3: 1-9.
16Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadUsing Expressive Art Therapy in the Healing Process of Delinquent Adolescents. (2014) International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(2): 1-12.2.3519
17Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadUnderstanding the Experience of Female Adolescent Delinquents: A Phenomenological Study. (2013) International Journal of Social Sciences, 5: 1-20.
18Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadThe Experience of Practcum Student in the Use of Theories While Conducting Counseling Sessions. (2013) International Journal of Social Sciences, 5: 1-20.
19Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadThe Use of Expressive Arts Therapy in Understanding Psychological Issues of Juvenile Delinquency. (2014) Asian Social Science, 10(9): 144-161.
20Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadPersonality characteristics and choice of counseling orientations among counseling students/trainees in Malaysian higher education institutions. (2009) International Journal of Research and Review, 3: 1-9.
21Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadTherapeutic Experience of Drug Rehabilitation Client Through Expressive Arts Therapy. (2013) International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 3(17): 210-223.
22Dr. Sh. Marzety Adibah Bt Al Sayed MohamadTerapi seni ekspresif: Intervensi bagi memahami remaja. (2009) Masalah Pendidikan, 32: 233-242.
23Dr. Samuel Edward WaltonFlow requirements of non‐salmonids. (2012) Fisheries Management and Ecology, 19(6).1.140
24Dr. Samuel Edward WaltonInvestigating Fish Passage: Acoustic Fish Tracking Project –Yorkshire Esk, Ruswarp 2011 Pre- Commissioning Baseline Assessment (Technical Report). Environment Agency.
25Dr. Samuel Edward WaltonReview of the hydrological influences on fish in large lowland rivers and the possible implications of the Lower Thames Operating Agreement. CASCADE. (2010)
26Dr. Samuel Edward WaltonThe impact of floods on fish - towards a detailed level of assessment. In Old, Gareth, ed. Fluvial and coastal tools to assess, model and map environmental consequences of flooding (Technical Report). Environment Agency: 101-105. (2010)
27Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gopalasamy Reuben ClementsMelanistic leopards reveal their spots: Infrared camera traps provide a population density estimate of leopards in Malaysia. (2015) Journal of Wildlife Management, 79(5): 846–853.1.726
28Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gopalasamy Reuben ClementsWhere and How Are Roads Endangering Mammals in Southeast Asia's Forests? (2014) PLoS ONE 9(12): e115376.3.534
29Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gopalasamy Reuben ClementsA global strategy for road building. (2014) Nature, 513: 229–232.41.456
30Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gopalasamy Reuben ClementsMoving Away from Paper Corridors in Southeast Asia. (2014) Conservation Biology, 28(4): 889–891.4.165
31Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gopalasamy Reuben ClementsVargas LEP, Laurance WF, Clements GR & Edwards W (2015). The impacts of oil palm agriculture on Colombia’s biodiversity: what we know and still need to know. TROPICAL CONSERVATION SCIENCE 8: 828-845.1.125