A Digital Approach in Promoting and Preserving Information on Cebu’s Tangible Cultural Heritage Sites (TCHS) by Demelo Lao and Pauline Louie A. Saraña

Paper presented during the Asian Universities Digital Resource Network (AUDRN) – International Research Conference on Local Knowledge 2020, held on 7-8 February 2020 at the Father Saturnino Urios University (FSUU), Butuan City, Agusan Del Norte Abstract TCS offers a glimpse of people’s way of life in the distant past, which also influences greatly the cultural aspect of a place. Although the Philippines has RA 10066 (Philippine Cultural...

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Geospatial ecological forest corridor modelling in the Mount Lantoy key biodiversity area by Quijano, I.P., M.J.L. Flores, and A.B. Malaki

Paper presented during PhilGEOS x GeoAdvances 2019, 14–15 November 2019, Manila, Philippines Abstract In biodiversity conservation, ecological corridors are assumed to increase landscape-level connectivity and to enhance the viability of otherwise isolated wildlife populations. Mapping these corridors serves as a feasible method to support forest management efforts in pinpointing areas to give special attention to. Here, we assess the current...

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Analyzing the status of mango trees in Brgy. Cantipay, Carmen, Cebu using NDVI and Time Series Clustering by Navaja, R.B., F.P. Campomanes, C.L. Patiño, and M.J.L. Flores

Paper presented during the PhilGEOS x GeoAdvances 2019, 14–15 November 2019, Manila, Philippines Abstract The Department of Agriculture – Region VII reports that many mango orchards in Cebu province are dying because of the absence of required post-harvest attention. Lacklustre yields and erratic pest infestations have driven some farmers and growers to abandon mango orchards. To help revive low-yielding mango orchards, there is a need to...

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Runoff estimation using SCS runoff curve number method in Cebu Island by Florwilyn C. Cayson , Chito L. Patiño , and Mary Joyce L. Flores

Paper presented during the PhilGEOS x GeoAdvances 2019, 14–15 November 2019, Manila, Philippines Abstract Cebu, with its growing development and increasing demand for water, needs tools and inputs to efficiently understand and manage its water resources. Rainfall runoff models were developed to model surface runoff which may be used to assess water availability. Soil Conservation System (SCS) Runoff Curve Number (CN) method predicts runoff...

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Emancipating the Patriarchal Consciousness Through Resistance vis-a-vis Simone de Beauvoir’s The Second Sex by Noe Santillan and Andjenette Deada-Santillan

Presented during the 1st International Conference on Gender, Adult Literacy and Active Citizenship for Social Transformation (GALACST), held on 20-22 November 2019, at the University of Santo Tomas Abstract Naïve, indecisive, dependent… In a woman’s world, these labels are still attributed to her being even though the Philippines ranks high in gender responsiveness. Despite the advancement of feminism in the country, many men still see...

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Monitoring vegetation cover change using vegetation indices in Tangbo River, Barangay Tangbo, Samboan by Yang, J.S., F.P. Campomanes, C.L. Patiño, and M.J.L. Flores

Paper presented during PhilGEOS x GeoAdvances 2019, 14–15 November 2019, Manila, Philippines Abstract Tangbo River is an important resource in Cebu’s southern town of Samboan for being the site of Aguinid Falls, a known tourist destination. Monitoring the changes in the river’s riparian vegetation is important since it has impacts on its ecological role of helping maintain biodiversity and river water quality. This study aims to detect...

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