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|Title:||Surface wash: the dominant geomorphic process in the surviving rainforest of Singapore||Authors:||Chatterjea, K.||Issue Date:||1989||Citation:||Chatterjea, K. (1989). Surface wash: the dominant geomorphic process in the surviving rainforest of Singapore. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 10 (2) : 95-109. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||In Singapore, the only substantial remnant of rainforest survives on Bukit Timah (163 m) within the 75 ha Bukit Timah Nature Reserve. This study, based on field observations over a period of four years, looks into the passage of rainwater along the forest slopes. The resultant generation of surface wash plays an important role within an interdependent and closely linked geomorphic environment supported by processes such as piping and slope failures. -from Author||Source Title:||Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/134175||ISSN:||01297619|
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