Vol. 2 No. 2 (2022) Environmental flows and natural resources management

Managing natural resources such as water have been important to make sure they are available for long term and the next generations. Without a proper concept of management, it is hard to maintain their availability and they are free from contaminants. This issue focuses on how several concepts and management for maintaining water available and relatively free from contaminants

Published: 2022-08-31

Articles

Hydrology method for environmental flows assessment of Johor River Basin under regulated and non-regulated conditions

Noor Hisham Ab Ghani, Zulkifli Yusop, Mohd Zaki Mat Amin, Thian Siaw Yin
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3423
1-3
2022-08-31
Abstract views: 201 , Downloads : 178
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This paper evaluates the capability of hydrology method for environmental flow (Eflow) assessment of Johor river basin under non-regulated and regulated conditions due to dam construction. Daily river flow data from 1971 to 2017 was used for the assessment. Generalized extreme value distribution was applied in order to estimate exceedance probabilities associated with historical observation dat

Potential of rainwater harvesting in wilayah persekutuan Malaysia

Anisa Ratnasari, Arya Bhaskara Adiprabowo, Andhika Gilang Al Afgani, Atik Widiyanti, Lily Oktavia
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3410
4-7
2022-08-31
Abstract views: 287 , Downloads : 157
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Although Malaysia has abundant water resources, some parts of Malaysia are currently facing water shortage problems. The increasing demand for water has sparked initiatives to seek alternative water supplies. Rainwater harvesting has been proposed by governments as part of the solution to alleviate the problem of water scarcity. Literature related to rainwater harvesting is available from a var

Concept of green marketing in environment conservation: A Literature review

Peter Onyonje Osiako, Edza Aria Wikurendra, Nour Salah Abdeljawad
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3335
8-13
2022-09-01
Abstract views: 380 , Downloads : 272
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The concept of green marketing mix is as well as the conventional marketing mix refers to the satisfaction of customer needs, wants, and desires related to the maintenance and preservation of the environment. Consumers interest in environmental care creates opportunities for companies to apply green marketing and to increase sales. Green marketing becomes an alternative strategy helps the compa

Monitoring and maintaining groundwater quality: challenges and management

Goh Zhu hang, Nelda Maelissa, Loh Zhang Zhan, Atik Widiyanti, Winda Umarie, Eddy Setiadi Soedjono
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3408
14-20
2022-09-06
Abstract views: 249 , Downloads : 122
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Water covers 70% of the world’s total surface, but only around 3% of it is freshwater that humans may drink and utilize for other purposes. Because of fast growth in many nations, the quality of groundwater is no longer adequate for human consumption. The objective of the study is to assess the groundwater quality of 18 locations in the Ropar wetland in Punjab, India, in different seasons and

Green technology of natural fiber reinforced bio-composites as alternative sustainable product

Tony Hadibarata, Winda Umarie, Bieby Voijant Tangahu, Putri Ramadhany, Gilang Ananda Putra
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3406
21-25
2022-09-23
Abstract views: 202 , Downloads : 134
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Proactive strategies are being opted by metallurgical, foundry and manufacturing industries with respect to their experiences working with product designing based on product life cycle assessments. Without the consideration of the potential impacts on the life cycle, the development of new products would barely be sustainable. “Green” composites or bio-composites are fully degradable compos

Water quality in Malaysia: review Manik Urai, Durian and Geh rivers

Nur Syamimi Zaidi, Bieby Voijant Tangahu, Ghina Rizqina Ersa, Widhowati Kesoema Wardhani, Putri Ramadhany, Tony Hadibarata
DOI : https://doi.org/10.33086/etm.v2i2.3409
26-30
2022-09-28
Abstract views: 377 , Downloads : 179
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Water pollution issues and clean water needs have forced developing countries, such as Malaysia. Relating to clean water demand for covering human activities, water quality index determine several water parameter that presents pollution problem in water. As a water source, clean water in river is a critical concern. River water quality is according to natural process and anthropogenic activitie