Muhamad Muizzuddin Roslihuddin

Muhamad Muizzuddin, Roslihuddin
[email protected]

University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) – B Sc, Ept
Mississauga, Canada
Major in Biology and Environmental Science
Sept 2016 – Graduated
Minor in Geographical Information System (GIS)

MARA College Banting (MCB)
Banting, Malaysia
International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma
Apr 2014 – May 2016

Work Experience
Freshwater Lab assistant – University of Toronto Mississauga
Apr 2019 – Apr 2020
Research Assistant (work-study); McCauley Lab
Injected microfilament to assess the effect of sublethal salinity on the dragonfly, Erythemis Simplicollis’s immunity level
Collected data of backswimmer’s dispersing ability after exposed to 2 different temperature treatments
Other work includes sampling and night field trip
Guided fellow undergraduate researcher in using R-studio and excel

Vegetation research assistant – University of Toronto Mississauga
Sep 2018 – Feb 2019
Research Assistant (work study); Remote Sensing and Spatial Ecosystem Modelling (RSSEM Lab)
Extracted pigment of drought-induced grass to assess changes in chlorophyll content
Used of remote sensing equipment to measure physiological of drought-induced grass in a community (Koffler grassland), mesocosm (greenhouse) and individual scale (leaf)
Operated GPS, Licor and spectrophotometer

Research Assistant – University of Toronto Mississauga
Apr 2018 – Aug 2018
Research Assistant (work-study); Remote Sensing and Spatial Ecosystem Modelling (RSSEM Lab)
Extracted pigment of different level of decaying plant materials to assess changes in humic acid content
Used of GPS equipment to track field site
Identified tree’s genus and diameter at breast height in 14 forest sites
Data management (Cleaned and organized) in Rstudio, mostly by using “dplyr” library

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE – University of Toronto, Mississauga

GIS and Remote Sensing
Quantifying the Rate and Extent of Desertification in Volgograd, Russia
Jan 2020 – Apr 2020
Research designer (Group project); GIS and Remote Sensing; Dr Yuhong He
Measured desertification on 15 images through three indices NDVI (vegetation), NDMI (moisture) and TGSI (soil content) in a day (model builder, ArcGIS)
Incorporated members’ idea in designing the study, report marks (94.3%)
Elaborated, clarified and communicated with all members on the final processing plan to prevent disagreement

GIS and remote sensing
Jan 2020 – Apr 2020
Individual works (Course); GIS and Remote Sensing; Dr Yuhong He
Compared vegetation growth in Mississauga between 2013 and 2017 (90%)
Applied supervised and unsupervised classification to detect changes in Land use Land cover and produced accuracy assessment
Work was used as an example to the class, Final mark 90%

Impact of Highway 413 on GreenBelt Protected area and GTA network system
Jan 2020 – Apr 2020
Individual works (Course); Road and Transportation; Dr Ron Buliung
Converted pdf images into a projected raster file
Analyzed the least cost path and geographic accessibility of 12 cities in the GTA (Network Analyst)
Generated address locator and used it to identify location of interest

Identifying Optimal Locations for the Development of Urban Greenspace
Sept 2019 – Dec 2019
Research designer (Group project); Geographic Information processing: Dr Jue Wang
Created processing tool that performs the same analysis, and can be used in the future or for other location by land use planner
Measured distribution of existing greenspace by applying kernel density
Performed analysis in ArcGIS and python.

Assessing Health spatially through GIS
Sept 2018 – Dec 2018
GIS and Population Health; Dr Kristian Larsen
Assessed the accessibility for each census to health center and standardize value with population
Identified the relationship between diseases distribution with income, health center location, surrounding demographic, equity
Applied Kernel density, Moran’s I, Network Analyst (OD cost Matrix, closest facility and Service Area), Join data (spatially and not spatially)

Tree Distribution Changes in Mississauga Neighborhood between 1944 and 2018 by using Aerial photography
Apr 2018 – Aug 2018
Researcher; Geography Research Opportunity program; Dr Yuhong He
Managed Raster data file and extracted tree distribution changes in urban, agriculture and industrial area, Mississauga
Investigated the tree distribution pattern and identified causes if pattern or density changes drastically
Used of Rstudio and ArcGIS to apply spatial statistical analysis

Landscape ecology

Analyses of human footprint map to assess the connectivity of natural habitats in selected study areas (case studies) along an urban-exurban gradient.
Sep 2019 – Apr 2020
Independent research study; University of Toronto Mississauga; Dr Helene Wagner
Created a current density map to detect changes in Landscape connectivity impacted by urbanization between 2009 and 2019
The network of habitat patches is vital for organisms with 50m dispersal distance
Identified important habitat patches that vital to the overall connectivity as a conservation practice
Software used: Conefor, Circuitscape, R, QGIS and ArcGIS
Presented works in two lab presentation (success) and undergraduate biology thesis presentation (cancelled due to Covid-19)

Restoration Ecology

Restoration of Holbrook landfill, Oxford, Canada – group project
Jan 2020 – April 2020
Team leader for GIS and land classification; Restoration Ecology II; Dr Monica Havelka
Provided Landscape connectivity for terrestrial and wetland, elevation, slope and land use land cover map
Collaborated with GIS: hydrology group by providing data and ideas
Communicated with all teams to provide their requirements and prevent redundancy in creating maps

Restoration of Principal pond – University of Toronto Mississauga
Sep 2019 – Dec 2019
Individual works (Course); Restoration Ecology I; Dr Monica Havelka
Create a report in restoring aquatic invertebrates’ communities in eutrophic pond
Undertake this project by incorporating species sampling and spatial analysis.

Freshwater Ecosystems

Changes in Erythemis simplicicollis foraging behaviour and growth rates in response to salt pollution
Apr 2019 – Aug 2019

Biology Research opportunity program; Dr Shannon McCauley
Examined the effects of sub-lethal salinity on the dragonfly, Erythemis Simplicollis in 30 mesocosms
Focused on 2 aspects of performance: foraging behavior (93 individual) and growth rate (300 individual)
Significant decrease of foraging behavior when exposed to high salinity level but no significant difference in growth rate aspect
Analyzed the differences through linear mix model and growth rate in R
Presented work in a poster at ‘Smartigras’, ROP 2019 Research presentation day

How does the presence of various pharmaceutical pollutants affect amphipod foraging activity and response to disturbance events?
Jan 2019 – Apr 2019
Field Methods and Experimental Design in Ecology; Dr. Bailey McMeans
Examined the influence of 5 over-the-counter drugs on amphipod foraging behaviour in a lab setting
No significant difference in foraging behaviour and response to disturbance event of amphipod after exposed to environmentally realistic concentrations of 5ug/l

LiCor-6400XT Portable Photosynthesis System, for photosynthetic and gas exchange
AccuPAR Ceptometer, for leaf area index (LAI) measurements
JuniorPAM-Walz, for chlorophyll fluorescence measurements
FieldSpec3 Field Portable spectroradiometer-Malvern Panalytical, for  field and laboratory spectra measurements

Analytical Technique
GENESYS UV-Vis Spectrophotometers, for plant pigment extraction
Image J – Measured immunity of Dragonflies

Erdas, ArcGIS, QGIS, Circuitscape, Conefor, Conefor inputs

Computer skills
R, phyton, SQL

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