B.Sc Fisheries (UPM), Master of Marine Affairs (Univ. of Rhode Island, U.S.A.), PhD (Univ. of Hull, England, UK)
Teaching and Research Experience:
Six years teaching and research experience at the Universiti Selangor (2010-2014) and Quest International University Perak.
27 years in fisheries management (Dept. of Fisheries)
Research Areas of Interests:
Coastal environment and ecology, marine resources and aquaculture.
Completed Research Projects:
- ERGS Grant – Research leader titled ‘Improving cockles production in Malaysia’ (2011-2013)
- FRGS grant – Co-researcher titled ‘Community Structure of Understorey Bird in Selected Habitat of Peat-Swamp Forest’ (2011-2013)
- FRGS Grant – Co-researcher titled ‘Estimation of formation mechanisms of ligand complex between heavy metals and organic matter and its impacts on aquatic food webs and biodiversity’ (2013-2016)
- FRGS grant – Research leader titled ‘The study of life-cycle, distribution and habitats of Pholas orientalis in Saelangor, Perak and Kedah, Malaysia (2014-2016).
- Department of Fisheries’s research grant for artificial reefs project –Project leader titled ‘ The effectiveness of artificial reefs of Pulau Payar, Kedah, Malaysia’ (2014-2016).
Conferences: Presented papers in 10 international conferences.
- Ramli, M.F.S. and Mohd Yusof, H. (2016). Identifying Potential Culture Areas for Angelwind Clams (Pholas orientalis) In Malaysia, IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science ,Volume 9, Issue 12 Ver. II (December. 2016), PP 50-58
- Ramli, M.F.S., Abdullah, M.P., Ashok, G. (2016). The effectiveness of concrete artificial reefs of Pulau Payar, Kedah. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology, Volume 10, Issue 7 Ver. III (July 2016), PP 64-70
- Ramli, M.F.S.(2016). The Application of Producer and Consumer Surplus Concept and Accounting Method in Estimating Losses Caused by Marine Pollution, OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development, Vol. 09, No. 02, pp. 11-22.
- Ramli, M.F.S. (2015). False alarm: is fishing rezoning necessary in Malaysia?, IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, Volume 8, Issue 11 Ver. II (Nov. 2015), PP 58-63.
- Ramli, M.F.S. et al, (2015). The effectiveness of detritus balls on cockle (Anadara granosa) growth, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR), Volume 19, No 1, pp 27-36.
- Ramli, M.F.S., Abu Hassan, F.R. and Ramachandran, P. (2014). Cockle (Anadara granosa) tolerance to ammonia exposed to various concentrations, IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology , Volume 8, Issue 6 Ver. I, PP 43-47.
- Ramli, M.F.S. and Ariffin, A. (2013). Use of forecasting models to predict producers and consumers losses, IOSR Journal of Mathematics, Volume 9, Issue 1, pp. 56-62.
- Ramli, M.F.S., Abu Hassan, F.R. and Saadon, N. (2013) Declining production of cockles in relation to ammonia concentrations in Sungai Buloh river, Selangor, ISSTE Journal of Environment and Earth Science, Vol. 3, No. 10, pp 1-5.
- Ramli, M.F.S. (2013). Ecosystem-based fisheries management approach: Before After Control Impact design in managing mangroves ecosystem, IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 62-66.
- Ramli, M.F.S. (2013).The ILO Work In Fishing Convention: Gap Analysis, and the wellbeing of Malaysian fishers, IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science, Vol.16, Issue 3, pp 93-99.
- Ramli, M.F.S. (2013). STCW 95-F: Training the fishermen, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research, Vol 11, No. 1, pp 105-111.
- Ramli, M.F.S. and Abu Hasan, F.R. (2013). Feeding cockles with detritus balls, IISTE Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, vol.3, No.13, pp 102-107.