To minimize the variation of sampling, the tissue specimens were taken by two of the authors (XXXXX and XXXX). The tissue samples were collected as previously described.11, 12 All tissue specimens were immediately immersed in RNAlater® solution (Qiagen, Germany) and then stored at -20 °C until RNA extraction. RNA
I also used transect method to collect species which located in a line and analyzed the food chain of those species. The site are has plenty of trees and flowers in different types. Fruit bearing trees are significantly healthy.They are in ideal arrangement in the park. Evidence of active ecosystem was found with biotic and
Batangas City, the capital of Batangas Province has a total land area of more or less 28,541.44 hectares. It has a rolling terrain that ranges from 0% to 30% in slope. Its highest point is Mount Banoy in Barangay Talumpok Silangan which is 968 meters above sea lebel and about 13.50 kilometers east of the Poblacion. The city’s coastal Barangay starting from Sta. Rita Aplaya from the north down to Tabangao Ambulong on South are nearly level at 0% to
Microbiological water quality determinants (total bacterial count, total and fecal coliforms) were analyzed after seven days. Physical, chemical (inorganic and organic determinants such as pH, total dissolved solids, alkalinity, chlorides, Total Hardness (T.H), Iron, Manganese, Calcium, Magnesium and total trihalomethanes) were analyzed at zero time and after seven days according to (Nieuwenhuijsen., et al
Scope and Delimitation of the Study The scope of this research is to evaluate and help the firm to be successful by assessing if the current strategies are able to exceed competition of the ecotourism competitiveness of the Municipality of Dalaguete. The respondents for this research are the Tourism managers that regulate the ecotourism sites, Barangay official, and people’s organization of certain ecotourism sites in the place. The limitation of this research is limited within the selected declared as official ecotourism site in Dalaguete: the famous Osmeña Peak at Barangay Mantalongon, Dingayop Eagle’s Cave at Barangay Obo and the Breeding Ground of the Flying Foxes at Barangay Malones. This research limits to the narrow number of sample
LICHENS AS BIO INDICATOR OF HEAVY METALS IN BRGY. VILLA CERVEZA, VICTORIA, ORIENTAL MINDORO A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Department of Chemistry College of Science Technological University of the Philippines-Manila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science Mary Grace Empasis Jezreel Joy Eufemio Melrose Gabuco CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study Oriental Mindoro is known to have deposits of Gold, silver, nickel, copper, chromites, Gypsum and Barite. Therefore, mining activity is common to the province. One of the mining sites in the province is located in Barangay Villa Cerveza in Victoria. Mining operation and increased number of vehicles both promoted socio economic development in Brgy.
Basin development The Qaidam Basin which is the largest active intermountain basin inside tibet is located in the northeastern Tibetan Plateau and covers an area of 120,000 km2 with mean elevation of 2800 m. During the Cenozoic era, more than 10,000 m of clastic sediments are accumulated in the central of the basin area ( Gu and Di, 1989). The deformation of the Qaidam Basin is fairly interesting and unique compared to the other basins in the western China. Faulting and folding is mainly found in the interior of the northwestern Qaidam Basin. Generally, thrust-fold belts and foreland basins will form along the rims of the basins like the western Sichuan Basin, northern and southwestern Tarim Basin but no foreland depressions along the margins are formed in the Qaidam Basin due to lack of thrust loading. There are a few arguments from some scholars on the causes of the interior deformation in the Qaidam Basin.
The Tumandok’s Unwavering Spirit of Resistance The Tumandok, with a population of approximately 94,000, is the largest group of indigenous people (IP)in the Panay region, spread out in the different municipalities of Calinog, Jamindan, Lambunao, and Tapaz.They have long lived in the mountainous terrain alongside the banks of the mighty rivers of Jalaur and Pana-ay up to the borders of Capiz and Iloilo. The Tumandokpeople have athriving, self-reliant subsistence economy, which consists mostly of communal activities such as kaingin farming, hunting, fishing, and foraging of roots and crops (Mongaya, 2014). They greatly benefitfromthe proximity of their communities to the natural wealth of mountain forests and rivers. The JalaurRiver is the second largest river in Panay and the 17th largest river system in the Philippines in terms of drainage basin size. It provides the irrigation to 15,519 hectares of farmlands and
map above shows Baliuag, Bulacan where the Baliuag Lenten Procession is located Baliuag is a first class municipality of Bulacan which occupies 4, 505 hectares of land. It is consists of 27 barangays with an estimated population of 136, 982. It was founded by the Augustinian friars and was incorporated by the Spanish Governor-General on 1733. Before the coming of the Spaniards in 1521, Baliuag was just a wilderness inhabited mostly by animals and wild birds. There were no good and passable roads but only meandering pathways that invariable led to isolate huts.
Also, both eruptions have a great amount of pyroclastic flow.Mayon volcano’s most lethal eruption was during 1814 killing over 1,200 residents and destroying several villages and a famous historical church, Cagsawa church, which is now a tourist attraction as only the bell tower has been left after the eruption. Disasters that have happened in Albay are almost all natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, and volcanic eruptions. The last major earthquake was back in 2008, it reportedly has 5.6 magnitude while the province experiences flood regularly as typhoons and monsoons usually happen in the Philippines. Similarly, volcanic activities are commonly found in Albay every few years or so because of the convergent boundary beneath it meaning that PHIVOLCS regularly monitors it and expects for future eruptions. Convergent boundaries with a subduction zone can also be found in the Washington-Oregon coastline and the