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Site analysis at Kuala Selangor-Lake

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1. THE LAKE 2. Bank Bund Bank Lake Island Bank 3. Swamp Bund Bank Lake Island Bank 4. Swamp Bund Bank Lake Island Forest 5. Island Lake Bank Bund Bank River 6. Forest…
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  • 1. THE LAKE
  • 2. Bank Bund Bank Lake Island Bank
  • 3. Swamp Bund Bank Lake Island Bank
  • 4. Swamp Bund Bank Lake Island Forest
  • 5. Island Lake Bank Bund Bank River
  • 6. Forest Lake Bank Bund Bank River
  • 7. Landscape
  • 8. C L A Y S O I Soil Condition Hard Clay Alluvial mud Clay Dried mud Clay
  • 9. lake Surface drainage
  • 10. VEGETATION
  • 11. VEGETATION - Provides shelter and food - Natural air filter - Prevents erosion of soil
  • 12. Closely packed undergrowth Trees are closer to each other Approach to the site
  • 13. CALOPHYLLUM INOPHYLLUM - White flowers with strong frangrance - Fruits are small, round and green AKASIA AURICUFORMIS - FromTorres Straits - Flowers are yellow and small sized fruits are curled pods -Yellow stalks and black seeds attract birds to help germinate seeds
  • 14. SEA HIBISCUS - Bright yellow and maroon-eyed flower. -Its bark is used for string and ropes by the fishermen NYPA FRUITICAN - Grows in soft mud and slow-moving tidal and river waters -The palm can be found as far inland as the tide can deposit the floating nuts. -
  • 15. Maximum height - 9m Crown size - 8m Maximum height - 30m Crown size - 25m Maximum height - 10m Crown size - 9m Maximum height - 20m Crown size - 10m
  • 16. 3m 9.6m 7.5m
  • 17. Climate
  • 18. Climate- Sun Path - Lowest Temperature : 25 °c - Highest Temperature : 33 °c 26.5 28 31 33 31.5 30 28.5 27 25.5 25 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 6am 8am 10am 12pm 2pm 4pm 6pm 8pm 10pm 12am Temperature Time Site Temperature of Day (°c) Temperature
  • 19. Wind & Humidity 81.5 84.3 82 81.8 80.5 77 79.5 80 80.5 82.2 83.9 84.5 72 74 76 78 80 82 84 86 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Now Dec Humidity Month Site Humidity of Year (%) Humidity - April to October : Southwest monsoon (Dry Season) - October to March : Northeast monsoon (Wet Season) Prevailing Wind Humidity - April to October : Less than 82% - October to March : More than 82% - Average Speed : 1.2 km/h Wind Speed
  • 20. Prevailing Wind - Southwest monsoon (Dry Season) - Dry Atmosphere - Trees reduce wind speed in the site - Northeast monsoon (Wet Season) - Moist Atmosphere - Trees reduce wind speed in the site
  • 21. Climate- Air Cleanliness Poor Air Cleanliness - Mangroves Area ( Natural Air Filter) - Bund, Grove - Lakeside - Mud flat, swamp Medium Air Cleanliness Moderate Air Cleanliness Good Air Cleanliness
  • 22. ~ 2m ~ 0.1m Water level Bank
  • 23. Circulation
  • 24. Pedestrian Vehicular Circulation
  • 25. Approach to the site
  • 26. Morning density
  • 27. Noon density
  • 28. Evening density
  • 29. Midnight density
  • 30. Activities
  • 31. Bird migration Factors: Climate, changes in food supplies, genetic predisposition Kuala Selangor lake was created for birds to roost safely.Varies species can be seen especially between March and June.
  • 32. MUDSKIPPER GREY HERONWATER MONITOR LIZARD FIDDLER CRAB SKINK CRIKET ARTIC TERNBRAHMINY KITE LONG TAILED MACAQUE WATCH TOWER BIRD WATCHING SWAMP BUND LAKE BUND FOREST STORAGE
  • 33. MORNING 7 AM BIRDS HUMAN ACTIVITIES
  • 34. MONKEYS HUMAN ACTIVITIES NOON 11 AM
  • 35. SUNSET EVENING 3 pm– HUMAN ACTIVITIES
  • 36. Existing Structures
  • 37. Bird WatchingStorage Standing Position Storage and Bird watching
  • 38. Watch Tower
  • 39. Board Walk
  • 40. Gazebo
  • 41. Levels of Existing Structure Bird Watch Storage Watch Tower Broad Walk Gazebo ~ 9m ~ 4m
  • 42. VIEWS
  • 43. VIEWS
  • 44. A B B A
  • 45. B BA A
  • 46. A B A B
  • 47. A B A B
  • 48. THE ENDThank You
  • 49. citation • Malaysia. Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Malaysian Meteorological Department, MMD. Records of Daily Rainfall Amount. Comp. Noraini Binti Ahmad. Petaling Jaya: n.p., 2014. Print.
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