Mohammad Nazrin bin Abdul Malik
My research interests are focused on the forest management practices and plant-soil interaction in different land use. My masters research involved assessing how different isolated land use affects soil properties in Selangor, Malaysia. This work was published in 2015 in the American Journal of Applied Sciences. My current research work will focus on effects of liberation cutting management practices on carbon and biodiversity in selectively logged tropical forests.
Enrichment planting is one of the most important techniques used in forest rehabilitation to restore degraded forest. Therefore, there is a growing need for assessments of how management techniques in enrichment planting impact on outcomes for carbon stock and biodiversity towards REDD+. In order to make sustainable management plans, forest managers need to know much more about the growth of the forests and how they are affected by alternative management options in the short and the long-term.