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Mohd Talib Latif

News Archive

Congratulation for APN Grant!

Congratulations to our group member, Dr Fatimah Ahamad and team for the acceptance of Asia Pacific Network for Global Research new research grant under the

New paper published!

New manuscript on Characteristics, emission sources and risk factors of heavy metals in PM2.5 published online in ACS Earth and Space Chemistry. Alias, N.F., Khan,

New paper published!

Our group new publication entitle Spatial Distribution of Fine and Coarse Particulate Matter during a Southwest Monsoon in Peninsular Malaysia published in Chemosphere   Othman,

Congratulation Mohd Faizul Hilmi Zulkifli

Another Malaysian DOE officer graduated from our group. Congratulation Mr Mohd Faizul Hilmi Zulkifli for his MSc entitle Volatile organic compounds as precursor for surface

Welcome to Dr Ili Hamizah Mustaffa

Our research group extends a warm welcome to new postdoc, Dr Ili Hamizah Mustaffa. Dr Ili graduated for her PhD on sea-atmosphere interaction from Carl

New publication on ozone in ambient air

Our group new publication entitle Ozone Trends from Two Decades of Ground Level Observation in Malaysia. The study examines the change in surface ozone and its

Research work at Layang-Layang Island

Our research group will involve with a research on Layang-Layang Island lead by Prof Dr Mohd Harun Abdullah from Universiti Malaysia Sabah.

Research Collaboration with Department of Chemistry

A meeting on potential collaboration work with Department of Chemistry Malaysia on the composition of organic pollutants in fine particulate matter (PM2.5)

Congratulation to Dr Mohd Shahrul Nadzir

Congratulation to our group member Dr Mohd Shahrul Mohd Nadzir for the appoinment as Associate Professor at Faculty of Science and Technology, UKM.

New paper published A new publication by Alifa, on the influence of meteorology and emissions on the spatio-temporal variability of PM10 in Malaysia. Alifa, M., Bolster, D.,