Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1

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User Image Article Published - 12 months ago catchment basin characterization physical

Physical Characterization of Kibalagon Creek Catchment Basin

Authors: Nelsa J. Olila, Perfecto B. Bojo, Rodrigo C. Bayawa, Rex O. Yadao

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Category: Natural Science

Activities and rainfall events at Kibalagon Creek catchment basin contribute to flooding problems at CMU. The study characterized the physical characteristics of the basin to serve as input in policy formulation of campus flooding problems. One year data collection included… More
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Investigating the Digital Divide in a Rural Community in the Philippines

Authors: May Marie P. Talandron, Yolanda C. Tautho, Celso C. Tautho

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Category: Natural Science

Digital divide is a global social issue that deals with the inequality of availability, access, and utilization of Information and Communications Technology (ICT). This study investigated the incidence of the digital divide and its factors among the residents in a… More
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Ecological Footprint of Residents in a University Town in Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Angela Grace Toledo-Bruno, Michael Arieh P. Medina, Jose Hermis P. Patricio

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Category: Natural Science

One of the tools to measure the environmental impacts of the utilization of natural resources is determining ecological footprint (EF). The study assessed how one’s lifestyle could have impacts on the condition of our natural resources. EF study was conducted… More
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Production of Compressed Stabilized Earth Block (CSEB) from Pulangui Reservoir Alluvial Sediments Using Coal Fly Ash as Partial Replacement to Cement as Binder

Authors: Einstine M. Opiso, Reinerio P. Supremo, Neil P. Daquiado, Eva Joy N. Mendoza, King Jehu II Q. Radaza

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Category: Natural Science

Siltation at Pulangui Reservoir in Maramag, Bukidnon is a big problem for the hydroelectric power plant. This study explores the potential of Pulangui alluvial sediments from five different locations for compressed stabilized earth block (CSEB) production based on the soil… More
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User Image Article Published - 12 months ago seed plants endemic endangered vulnerable

Occurrence of Threatened, Endemic, and Economic Seed Plants in Selected Mountains in Mindanao, Philippines

Authors: Hannah P. Lumista, Reggie Y. Dela Cruz, Florfe M. Acma, Victor B. Amoroso

Volume: 20 (2016) Issue 1, Category: Natural Science

Philippines is one of the biodiversity hotspots of the world, being home to most of the endangered species. It is important to give utmost attention to these plant taxa considered threatened, endemic, and economically important. The primary concern of this… More
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