imposed on pollution of the atmosphere, restrictions of pollution of inland waters etc. that contributed mitigations of land degradation in Malaysia. Regarding this Act and the many regulations that it contain, 19 land-based developments such as agriculture, forestry, housing and infrastructures require providing an EIA report concerning on impacts of the development on environment.
dominant factor of being filled with water atleast if not through out the year but mostly half of the year which determines the kind of soil development and the types of living things that resides on its surface. Wetlands can be termed by different names which can include marsh,bog, and swamp as the case maybe. Wetlands has so many components
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1. INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to estimate of the value of Orang Asli traditional ecological knowledge among the public in the Peninsular Malaysia through the application of a choice experiment (CE), which was utilised to directly assess the economic value of the sustainable management of the natural resource that is provided by the Orang Asli. The remainder of the paper is organised as follows. The theoretical background is outlined in section two. In section three we describe the data
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