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Climate Change Experts and Practitioners

Areas of Specialization

Agricultural Engineer, Agrometeorologist, Hydrologist, GIS and Remote Sensing Specialist

Institution

University of the Philippines Los Banos

Designation/s

Professor

Educational Background

M.S. in Agrometeorology (Minor in Land and Water Resources)

B.S. Agricultural Engineering  (Major in Agrometeorology and Farm Structures)

Projects and Publications Relevant to Agriculture and NRM in Southeast Asia

Projects:

Development of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for Forecast Based Emergency Preparedness

Study Leader
Monitoring the Responses and Productivity of Annual Field Crops; and Development of Intervention Strategies to Enhance Crop Adaptation to Climate Change under the program, Monitoring and Detection of Ecosystems Changes for Enhancing Resilience and Adaptation in the Philippines (MODECERA)

Study Leader
Smarter Approaches to Reinvigorate Agriculture as an Industry in the Philippines (SARAI): Project 2 – Vulnerability Assessment and Environmental Characterization and Development of Integrated Crop Management

Hydrologist
Formulation of an Integrated River Basin Management and Development Master Plan (IRBMDMP) for Two Major River Basins, namely: Tagoloan River Basin and Agus River Basin

Component 2 Leader and GIS specialist/Hydrologist
Building Capacity to Adapt to Climate Change for Selected Southeast Asia Countries: Vulnerability Assessment and Economic Analysis of Adaptation

 

Publications:

Chapter: “Exploring the Potentials of a Technology- Based Flood Early Warning System in Laguna, Philippines: A Cost-Benefit Analysis” in a Book: “COST-BENEFIT STUDIES OF NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA”

“ASSESSING VULNERABILITY TO CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS IN CAMBODIA, THE PHILIPPINES AND VIETNAM : AN ANALYSIS AT THE COMMUNE AND HOUSEHOLD LEVEL”

“CLIMATE CHANGE VULNERABILITY MAPPING OF SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES IN LAGUNA, PHILIPPINES”

“COMMUNITY SOCIAL VULNERABILITY IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES IN LAGUNA, PHILIPPINES”

“A Transdisciplinary Approach to Climate Change Adaptation”

“Flood Early Warning System: Viable Low-cost Adaptation for Lakeshore Municipalities in the Sta.Cruz River Watershed”

“SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATIONS OF THE LA NIÑA PHENOMENON IN THE PHILIPPINES”

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