Rainfall Analysis and Hydrochemical Characterisation of the Limbang River Basin, Northern Borneo
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Hydroclimatology of the Limbang River Basin, northern Borneo in the equatorial tropics was characterised through detailed analysis of rainfall, runoff modelling and hydrochemistry of rainwater and surface water. Results indicate the impact of climate change over the rainfall which showed a continuous increasing trend. Chemistry of rainwater is dominantly controlled by wind dominated pollutants whereas weathering, leaching and erosion of rocks in response to severe rainfall and intense logging controlled the surface water chemistry.
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