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KC3 provides a long list of experts and practitioners not only on climate change but also on cross-cutting issues such as natural resources management, agroforestry, economics, among others.

Dr. Rene Rollon

Philippines
Category/ies
  • Natural Resources Management/Ecosystem Management
  • Differential Impact and Vulnerability Assessment
ExpertiseWater Quality, Environmental Impact Assessment, Ecology, Marine Ecology, Natural Resource Management, Biodiversity & Conservation, Community Ecology, Wildlife Biology, Fisheries Science, Environmental Impact Risk Assesment, Aquatic Science , Coastal Ecology, Aquatic Ecosystems, Coral Reef Ecology, Disaster Risk Reduction Mangroves, Seagrass Ecology, Intertidal Ecosystems, Seagrass Biology, Coastal Marine Biology & Ecology, Integrated Coastal Resource Management
Institution/ AffiliationInstitute of Environmental Science and Meteorology, UPD
Educational BackgroundPh.D. Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (1998) Wageningen Agricultural University (WAU Wageningen) – International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic & Environmental Engineering (IHE Delft) The Netherlands
Project/s
  • Coral Reef Visualization and Assessment (CoRVA)
  • Blue Carbon Project (BlueCARES) UP-JICA
  • National Assessment of Coral Reef Ecosystems (NACRE)
  • Integrated Coastal Enhancement: Coastal Research, Evaluation and Adaptive Management for Climate Change (2008 – 2011)
  • Biodiversity-Coastal Resource Management Project: Lopez Jaena, Misamis Occidental (1999)
  • PREDICT – Prediction of resilience and recovery of disturbed tropical coastal communites; Task 3: Macrophyte reproductive capacities and genetic diversity; Funding agency: European Union; Collaborating countries: Spain, Netherlands, Denmark, United Kingdom, Vietnam, Philippines (1999-2003)
Publication/s
  • Rollon, R.N., Villamayor, B.M.R., Oropesa, L.J.B., Samson, M.S. 2017. Prop root production response of planted Rhizophora to abrupt subsidence-induced sea level rise. Ocean & Coastal Management 142(C): 198-208 (ISI)
  • Villamayor, B.M.R.,Rollon, R.N., Samson, M.S., Albano, G.M.G., Primavera, J.H. 2016. Impact of Haiyan on Philippine mangroves: implications to the fate of the widespread monospecific Rhizophora plantations against strong typhoons. Ocean & Coastal Management 132(C): 1-14 (ISI)
  • Primavera, J.H, dela Cruz, M., Montilijao, C., Consunji, H., dela Paz, M.,Rollon, R.N., Maranan, K., Samson, M.S., Blanco, A. 2016. Preliminary assessment of post-Haiyan mangrove damage and short-term recovery in Eastern Samar, central Philippines. Marine Pollution Bulletin 109: 744-750 (ISI)
  • Rollon, R.N., Samson, M.S., Villamayor, B.M.R., Albano, G.M.G., Siringan, F.P. 2015. Attributes of the earthquake-uplifted intertidal habitats and their implications to the Maribojoc and Loon coastal fisheries.Ocean & Coastal Management 111: 12-24 (ISI)
  • Siringan, F.P., Sta. Maria, M.Y.Y., Samson, M.S., Licuanan, W.R.Y.,Rollon, R. 2013. Chapter 5: Coastal Integrity Vulnerability Assessment Tool. In: MERF. 2013. Vulnerability Assessment Tools for Coastal Ecosystems: A Guidebook. Marine Environment and Resources Foundation, Inc.: Quezon City, Philippines.
Email Addressrenerollongmailcom; rrolloniesmupdeduph; renerollonyahoocom
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