Prof. Dr. Robert M Delinom M.Sc. (SP4)

 Scous Documents
NoScopusCited
1Hydrology of inland tropical lowlands: The Kapuas and Mahakam wetlands1
(2017) Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 21 (5), pp. 2579-2594. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
2Assessment of urban groundwater heat contaminant in Jakarta, Indonesia3
(2013) Environmental Earth Sciences, 70 (5), pp. 2033-2038. Cited 3 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
3Groundwater age rejuvenation caused by excessive urban pumping in Jakarta area, Indonesia8
(2013) Hydrological Processes, 27 (18), pp. 2591-2604. Cited 8 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
4The proposed groundwater management for the greater Jakarta Area, Indonesia
(2011) Groundwater and Subsurface Environments: Human Impacts in Asian Coastal Cities, pp. 113-125.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Book Chapter
SOURCE: Scopus
5Interaction between river and groundwater in Jakarta megacity, coastal alluvial plain, Indonesia
(2011) IAHS-AISH Publication, 345, pp. 151-155.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
6Decline in heavy metal contamination in marine sediments in Jakarta Bay, Indonesia due to increasing environmental regulations39
(2011) Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 92 (2), pp. 297-306. Cited 39 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
7Groundwater flow system under a rapidly urbanizing coastal city as determined by hydrogeochemistry9
(2011) Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 40 (1), pp. 226-239. Cited 9 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
8Evolution model of δ34S and δ18O in dissolved sulfate in volcanic fan aquifers from recharge to coastal zone and through the Jakarta urban area, Indonesia13
(2011) Science of the Total Environment, 409 (13), pp. 2541-2554. Cited 13 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
9Evaluation of nitrate attenuation potential in the groundwater of Jakarta metropolitan area, Indonesia1
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, (329), pp. 305-310. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
10Effect of urbanization on the groundwater discharge into Jakarta Bay1
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, (329), pp. 233-240. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
11Cause of groundwater contamination in Jakarta alluvium volcanic fan deduced by sulfate and strontium isotope ratios1
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, (329), pp. 201-206. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
12Reconstructions of climate change and surface warming at Jakarta using borehole temperature data2
(2009) From Headwaters to the Ocean: Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management - Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrological Changes and Management from Headwaters to the Ocean, HYDROCH, pp. 541-545. Cited 2 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
13Comparative study on water quality among Asian megacities based on major ion concentrations9
(2009) From Headwaters to the Ocean: Hydrological Changes and Watershed Management - Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrological Changes and Management from Headwaters to the Ocean, HYDROCH, pp. 295-300. Cited 9 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
14Urban groundwater loading in Indonesian mega-cities
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, (329), pp. 291-298.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
15Degradation of subsurface environment due to human activities and climate variability in Asian cities1
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, (329), pp. 124-129. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
16Changes in the reliance on groundwater versus surface water resources in Asian cities1
(2009) IAHS-AISH Publication, 330, pp. 218-224. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Conference Paper
SOURCE: Scopus
17The contribution of human activities to subsurface environment degradation in Greater Jakarta Area, Indonesia15
(2009) Science of the Total Environment, 407 (9), pp. 3129-3141. Cited 15 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
18Erratum to "Effects of intensive urbanization on the intrusion of shallow groundwater into deep groundwater: Examples from Bangkok and Jakarta" [Science of the Total Environment 404 (2008) 401-410]1
(2009) Science of the Total Environment, 407 (9), p. 3208. Cited 1 time.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Note
SOURCE: Scopus
19Erratum to "Effects of intensive urbanization on the intrusion of shallow groundwater into deep groundwater: Examples from Bangkok and Jakarta" (DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2008.08.003)6
(2009) Science of the Total Environment, 407 (9), pp. 3209-3217. Cited 6 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Erratum
SOURCE: Scopus
20Erratum to "Sources of nitrate and ammonium contamination in groundwater under developing Asian megacities" (DOI:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2008.04.021)25
(2009) Science of the Total Environment, 407 (9), pp. 3219-3231. Cited 25 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Erratum
SOURCE: Scopus
21Erratum to "Sources of nitrate and ammonium contamination in groundwater under developing Asian megacities" [Science of the Total Environment 404 (2008) 361-376]4
(2009) Science of the Total Environment, 407 (9), p. 3218. Cited 4 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Note
SOURCE: Scopus
22Structural geology controls on groundwater flow: Lembang fault case study, West Java, Indonesia12
(2009) Hydrogeology Journal, 17 (4), pp. 1011-1023. Cited 12 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
23Effects of intensive urbanization on the intrusion of shallow groundwater into deep groundwater: Examples from Bangkok and Jakarta20
(2008) Science of the Total Environment, 404 (2-3), pp. 401-410. Cited 20 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
24Sources of nitrate and ammonium contamination in groundwater under developing Asian megacities50
(2008) Science of the Total Environment, 404 (2-3), pp. 361-376. Cited 50 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
25Groundwater recharge and discharge processes in the Jakarta groundwater basin, Indonesia16
(2008) Hydrogeology Journal, 16 (5), pp. 927-938. Cited 16 times.
DOCUMENT TYPE: Article
SOURCE: Scopus
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