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Malaysian Journal of Geosciences

CODEN: MJGAAN
ISSN: 2521-0920 (Print)
ISSN: 2521-0602 (Online)
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Malaysian Journal of Geosciences

Malaysian Journal Geosciences (MJG) is biannual peer reviewed journal published by Zibeline International Publishing which covers all aspects and information on scientific and technical advances in the geosciences. MJG publishes original and innovative contributions in geosciences The Journal publishes peer-reviewed articles under the category of Review Papers, Research Papers, Short Communications, Notes, Corporate News, Correspondence, Discussion and Book Review. MJG publishes topical, high-quality recent research across the full range of geosciences. The journal publishes timely, innovative, and provocative articles relevant to its international audience, representing research from all fields of the geosciences. Papers are interdisciplinary in nature and emphasize the development of an understanding of fundamental geological processes.

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      Rodeano Roslee

    2. ASSESSING SUSPENDED SEDIMENT YIELD IN THE SAF SAF GAUGED CATCHMENT, NORTHEASTERN ALGERIA
      K. Khanchoul, Z.A. Boukhrissa

    3. IMPLICATION OF RESERVOIR CHARACTERISTICS BASED ON OVERVIEW OF STRUCTURE AND SEDIMENTOLOGY OF OUTCROPS ALONG BINTULU-NIAH-MIRI AREAS
      Jong E Cheng

    4. AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO GROUNDWATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT IN DETERMINING FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE GEOCHEMISTRY AND ORIGIN OF SANDSTONE AQUIFER SOUTHERN NIGER DELTA REGION OF NIGERIA
      M. O. Eyankware, O. O. Omo-Irabor

    5. PERMEABILITY-POROSITY TRENDS IN CAWC RESERVOIR SANDS IN THE NIGER DELTA NIGERIA, USING WELL-LOG DATA
      Chinedu S. Orji, Etim D. Uko, Iyeneomie Tamunobereton-ari

    6. DELINEATION OF SUBSURFACE STRUCTURES IN TOJA FIELD IN THE NIGER DELTA USING WELL-LOGS AND SEISMIC DATA
      Obioma Umunna, Etim D. Uko and Idara O. Akpabio