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Dr. Santiago R. Baconguis

Philippines
Category/ies
  • Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries
  • Natural Resources Management/Ecosystem Management
  • Information Technology and Innovation Management
ExpertiseAquaculture Engineering, Water Resources Development , Watershed Management, Ecosystems Management, Agro-Forestry
Institution/ Affiliation
  • Ecosystem Research and Development Bureau (ERDB)
  • Coastal Zone and Freshwater Ecosystems Research Division (CZFERD)
Educational Background
  • PhD Agricultural Sciences (Soils), Candidate, Gregorio Araneta University Foundation (GAUF), Victoneta Park, Malabon, Metro Manila, Philippines
  • MS Civil Engineering (Water Resources), 1980, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines
  • BS Electronics Engineering, 1984, International Correspondence School (ICS), Manila, Philippines
  • BS Agricultural Engineering, 1974, Central Mindanao University, Musuan, Bukidnon, Philippines
Project/sCharcoal Briquetting as Incentives
from Abandoned Biomass Utilization
Publication/s
  • Abandoned Biomass Resource Statistics in the Philippines
  • Baconguis, S. R. 1977. Weather variation in local areas. CANOPY 3 (3): 11 March 1977.
  • . Baconguis, S. R. 1979. Manticao’s water supply dwindling. CANOPY International 4 (5): 3 and 5 May 1978.
  • Baconguis, S. R. 1979. Water for the Barangay. Barangay Bulletin Ministry of Local Government and Community Development. Vol. 3, Nos. 2, 3 and 4, Quezon City.
  • Baconguis, S. R. and D. P. Abrigo. 1980. Erosion control and economic potential of tiger grass in the Northwestern part of the Camarines Sur. CANOPY International 6(9): 4-5, September 1980.
  • Baconguis, S. R. and M. B. Llemit. 1982. Watershed as a planning unit: a key to rural and urban development. CANOPY 8 (2); 7-4. February 1982, [(Second Place, Conceptual Paper Caterogy, December 18, 1981)]
  • 12. Baconguis, S. R. 1983. Water quality research – A tool for progress and enhanced ecosystem. CANOPY International 9 (12): 10-12. December 1983.
  • Baconguis, S. R. F. P. Pameron and R. V. Navarro. 1985. Overgrazing degrades environment and rural life. Translated in Pilipino. Ang Watershed. Taon VI, Bilang I (Marso, 1985). National Irrigation Administration, Pantabangan, Nueva Ecija.
  • Baconguis, S. R. 1986. The environmental and economic impact of bamboo plantation establishment in the Philippines. In: Abstract. The Phil. Ag. Eng’g. J. Vol. XVII, No. 1, p. 27.
  • Mauricio, R. A. , I . A. Panot and S. R. Baconguis. 1989. The role of sea grasses in the coastal ecosystem. Canopy International 15 (2): 6-7, 5.
  • Baconguis, S. R. 1989. Watershed denudation and flood occurrence in the Philippines. Canopy International 15 (4): 3-4,9.
  • Baconguis, S. R. and M. L. Q. Moreno. 1989. Sea ranching: a tool to coastal resources management. Canopy International 15 ( 5): 1, 3-4.
  • Baconguis, S. R. and R. A. Mauricio. 1990. Forage and livestock production in the mangrove forest. Canopy International 16 (2): 9-10.
  • Fabellar, A.A. and S.R. Baconguis. 1997. Plastics from the sea: Source of income for poor coastal dwellers. Canopy International 23(2):5, 12 (March-April 1997).
  • Cañete-Ranes, L.I. and S. R. Baconguis. 1997. Implications of biological N2 fixation in the reforestation, rehabilitation and management of Philippine mangroves. Canopy International 23(3):4-5, 11 (May-June 1997).
    Vol. XLV, No. 5 (October-November 1999). p. 24-28.
  • 51. Baconguis, S. R. and The National DENR Charcoal Task Force. 2002. Eco-friendly fuel from agroforestry wastes. In: Agroforestry Research. The Asia-Pacific Agroforestry Newsletter (APANews) No. 20 (June 2002). p. 9-10.
Online Profilehttps://www.linkedin.com/in/santiago-baconguis-8aa88026/