Fish Abundance and Physico-chemical Properties of Matingao River and Marbel River, Mount Apo Natural Park, Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Victoria T.Quimpang, Maricris G. Cudal, Einstine M. Opiso, Romeo M. Tubongbanua, Jr., Mary Cor S. Salolog, Emmanuel P. Leaño, Victor B. Amoroso

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 14, Category: Natural Sciences

Mount Apo Natural Park (MANP) is an important forest reserve in most part of Region XI and XII because of its watershed importance. However, the MANP may also threatened by habitat modification that may alter most of its water resource.… More
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Computational Modeling and Simulation of Linear Accelerator Performance for General Radiotherapy

Authors: Andelson L. Berondo, Lilian V. Rodriguez, Alwielland Q. Bello

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 35, Category: Natural Sciences

In radiation therapy, Monte Carlo method was a standard procedure for absorbed dose calculations; yet it was often frustrating due to long computation requirements and complex programming. Monte Carlo method was soon revitalized since the introduction of Geant4 framework purely… More
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Published - 7 months ago

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Physico-Chemical Properties of the Fish Pond Water in CMU, Bukidnon, Philippines

Authors: Gloria Jesusa D. Baltazar

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 8, Category: Natural Sciences

Good water quality is a key component of sustainable aquaculture production. The present study reports the water physico-chemical properties of selected fish ponds in Central Mindanao University, Bukidnon, Philippines. The values of the parameters ranged from pH 8.36-8.64, 26.73-27.61 °C… More
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Food security amid the COVID-19 pandemic: research and development priorities for Higher Education Institutions in the Philippines and Southeast Asia

Authors: Glenn B. Gregorio, Rico C. Ancog

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 2, Page: 5, Category: Natural Sciences

Food security has long been a major development priority of all countries and will remain to be in the future. This has become all the more important in this time of COVID19 pandemic. It is achieved when there is the… More
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Published - 8 months ago

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Looking into the Concept of Self, Struggles, and Aspirations of Badjaus as Temporary Settlers in Bukidnon Province

Authors: April Rose F. Buntod, Bryan Lee D. Celeste, Alisa M. Cabacungan, Rudjia Faith T. Anino

Volume: 23 (2019) Issue 1, Page: 8, Category: Social Sciences

This article focuses on one of the marginalized groups in the Philippines, the Badjaus, who are temporarily settling in Bukidnon. This looks into the nomadic behavioral patterns of the Badjaus and the factors that led them to this situation. To… More
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