• Population in the Philippines
    contributes to soil erosion, disruption of the water cycle, and massive flood and drought. Another major cause of deforestation is the practice of kaingin by most Filipino farmers. The Kaingin System is the slashing and burning of forest trees and vegetation in order to convert them to agricultural lands...
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  • “Tragedies and Disasters in the Philippines” Are They God’s or Man’s Will ?
    Disaster List Volcanic Eruptions 19:3 Science and Society: Recycling Recycling Tree Planting Planting Tree Program Kaingin System Prevention of Kaingin System Page 5 V. BODY EARTHQUAKE An earthquake is the shaking and trembling that results from the sudden movement of...
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  • Deforestation(Compilation)
    1ka•ing•in noun \käˈēŋə̇n\ -s Definition of KAINGIN Philippines : swidden Variants of KAINGIN ka•ing•in also ca•ing•in or ca•iñg•in \käˈēŋə̇n\ Origin of KAINGIN Tag kaingin This word doesn't usually appear in our free dictionary, but the definition from our premium Unabridged Dictionary...
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  • Principles of Nature
    like flood, extreme heat and landslide or mudslide. Most of the calamity that we experienced is because of human activities such as illegal logging, kaingin, improper waste management and pollution brought about commercial industries. To better understand about the nature of our environment, it is good...
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  • Addition
    This is because the air becomes dirty or contaminated. -the introduction into the atmosphere of chemicals, particulates, biological materials that cause discomfort, disease, or death to humans, damage other living organisms Air Pollutants -Things that pollute the air -A substance in the air that can...
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  • Typhhon Sendong Occurence an Avenge of Enchanted Beings Not True
    Sendong by the PAGASA, international code name is Washi. Mindanao is an island in the Philippines that is seldom gets hit by a typhoon that causes devastation and lost of lives. If ever, what it gets is the tail-end of the storm that brings slight winds and rains. Most typhoons in the Philippines...
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  • flipcharts in math
    esophagus and stomach? a. Cerebrum b. cerebellum c. medulla oblongata d. thalamus 6. How does the function of the circulatory system related to the respiratory system? a. By the flowing of blood to and from the different parts of the body then back to the heart b. By transporting of blood to and...
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  • The Comprehensive Municipal Disaster Risks Reduction and Management Plan of Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro (CY 2011-2015)-PROGRESS REPORT
    with the Philippine National Risk Reduction and Management Act of 2010, an act strengthening the Philippine Disaster Risks Reduction and Management System, providing for the National Disaster Risks Reduction and Management Framework and institutionalizing the National Disaster Risks Reduction and Management...
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  • Threats to Biodiversity
    which caused for them to become injured or even die and be not able to reproduce anymore; and a lot are threatened by people and other animals and causes for them to become outnumbered. As an animal population grows or diminishes in one specific area, other species, plant life and even the soil are affected...
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  • Ambahan
    "Hanunuo" Mangyan, that is, a "truly, real, genuine" Manygan. Together with their northern neighbors, the Buhids, they possess a pre-Spanish writing system, considered to be of Indic origin, with characters expressing the open syllables of the language. Two distinct syllabaries are still in practical use...
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  • Causes and Mechanisms of Water Resources
    Causes and mechanisms of water resources degradation Logging of forest Logging is the cutting, skidding, on-site processing, and loading of trees or logs onto trucks. Logging and the subsequent denudation of the forest cover increases surface runoff since there is less oppurtunity for rainwater...
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  • Module in Preparing and Revising a Rough Draft
    required at each level of the outline. This outline is most often used when preparing a traditional essay. Full Sentence Outline Example: Negative Effects of Divorce on Adolescents I. When family conflicts arise as a result of divorce, adolescents suffer. A. During the first year, these young people...
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  • Indigenous Knowledge of Bugkalots on Endemic Tree Species in Landingan, Nagtipunan Quirino
    explanation for the many cause and effect relationship among activities and outcomes of their production system. It is likely that they didn't know the concepts of ecological effects of genetic variations and species combination but they in fact, been applying these in their production system or farming practices...
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  • Code of Ethics for Government Officials and Employees
    documents must be made accessible to, and readily available for inspection by, the public within reasonable working hours. Sec. 6. System of Incentives and Rewards. A system of annual incentives and rewards is hereby established in order to motivate and inspire public servants to uphold the highest standards...
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  • dwceve
    by ASIN or “Anak ng Pasig” by Smokey Mountains, and let them reflect on the message it conveys. List down some factors that cause environmental decay. What are the effects of ecological crisis to humans? What is the relationship of man to his environment? Ask the students if they have watched...
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  • Watershade Management
    recurring issue of great concern is the periodic and intensifying floods along Allah and Banga rivers. This has resulted to massive siltation of river systems affecting vital infrastructure, agricultural lands and settlement. The watershed has increasingly become vulnerable from risks associated with changing...
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  • how philippines better
    5 Major problems of the Philippines Reasons of the problems of the Philippines Effects of the problems in the Economy of the Philippines Effects of the problems in other sectors of the Philippines Hindrances on the improvement of the Philippines Ways to improve...
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  • Culture in Harmony with Nature
    getting aquatic resources such as Dynamite fishing. Dynamite fishing is the practice of using explosives to kill schools fishes for easy collection. It cause destruction of coral reefs which is the home of many fishes. By using this method, it kills fingerling that should replenish the ones that should be...
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  • tourism during 19th century
    and extending thousands of kilometers into space, from which molecules having sufficient velocity can escape the earth's gravitation. Remember the effects of global warming the changes of wheather pattern,lost of habbitats of animal ,extreme wheather,losing of supply of water. The milankovitch cycle...
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  • Establishment of Society
    Establishment of society Shifting cultivators/cultivation. This is the system wherein which most of the inhabitants are wanderers. The primary reason for establishing such agriculture is to have a source of food for a particular time being. Most often than not, shifting cultivators tend to leave...
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