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ABDUL HADI
English Education
SINTA ID : 5972824
Subjects/Areas:
id ID
30.87
Overall Score
2.38
3 Years Score
3001.5
Overall Score V2
368.5
3 Years Score V2
0
Books
1615
Rank in National
10712
3 Years National Rank
0
IPR
3
Rank in Affiliation
13
3 Years Affiliation Rank
Page 1 of 3 | Total Records : 21
Quartile Publications Citation
Q1
Seasonal changes of Co2, CH4 and N2O fluxes in relation to land-use change in tropical peatlands located in coastal area of South Kalimantan
Chemosphere | vol: 52 | issue : 3 | 2003-01-01 | Journal
195
Q1
Greenhouse gas emissions from tropical peatlands of Kalimantan, Indonesia
Nutrient Cycling in Agroecosystems | vol: 71 | issue : 1 | 2005-01-01 | Journal
79
Q2
Effect of water management on greenhouse gas emissions and microbial properties of paddy soils in japan and Indonesia
Paddy and Water Environment | vol: 8 | issue : 4 | 2010-07-15 | Journal
71
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Effect of land-use changes on nitrous oxide (N2O) emission from tropical peatlands
Chemosphere - Global Change Science | vol: 2 | issue : 3-4 | 2000-12-06 | Journal
58
Q1
Effect of converting wetland forest to sago palm plantations on methane gas flux and organic carbon dynamics in tropical peat soil
Hydrological Processes | vol: 12 | issue : 13-14 | 1998-10-30 | Journal
31
Q1
Effects of Land-Use Change in Tropical Peat Soil on the Microbial Population and Emission of Greenhouse Gases
Microbes and Environments | vol: 16 | issue : 2 | 2001-01-01 | Journal
26
Q2
Effect of soil type, applications of chicken manure and effective microorganisms on corn yield and microbial properties of acidic wetland soils in Indonesia
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition | vol: 51 | issue : 5 | 2005-12-01 | Journal
17
Q3
Land use change affects microbial biomass and fluxes of carbon dioxide and nitrous oxide in tropical peatlands
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition | vol: 60 | issue : 3 | 2014-01-01 | Journal
17
Q3
A methanotrophic community in a tropical peatland is unaffected by drainage and forest fires in a tropical peat soil
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition | vol: 60 | issue : 4 | 2014-01-01 | Journal
15
Q2
Mitigation options for N2O emission from a corn field in Kalimantan, Indonesia
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition | vol: 54 | issue : 4 | 2008-08-01 | Journal
13
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SINTA was originally initiated by:

UNISSULA

Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

UAD

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

UNSRI

Universitas Sriwijaya
The Team:

Imam Much Ibnu Subroto

Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

Tole Sutikno

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Deris Stiawan

Universitas Sriwijaya

Ahmad Heryanto

Universitas Sriwijaya

Sam F Chaerul

Universitas Islam Sultan Agung

Herman Yuliansyah

Universitas Ahmad Dahlan