• Population in the Philippines
    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 or pasture for livestock. Seeds left over at the area are burned so there is no more chance for these seeds to grow into trees. In 2010...
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  • “Tragedies and Disasters in the Philippines” Are They God’s or Man’s Will ?
    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 part of the earth’s crust. When you throw a pebble into a pond...
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  • Deforestation(Compilation)
    important reasons to end deforestation. However, one issue which is often left out is the tropical rain forests' part in global climate and the greenhouse effect. This is an issue which surpasses regional boundaries, that effects the atmosphere as well the biosphere. Causes of Deforestation...
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  • The Comprehensive Municipal Disaster Risks Reduction and Management Plan of Pinamalayan, Oriental Mindoro (CY 2011-2015)-PROGRESS REPORT
    , unless properly controlled can cause serious damage to forest and soils. The practice of shifting cultivation or “kaingin”, on the other hand, though individual clearings are small, creates significant impacts on the forest of Pinmalayan because of their numbers. The indiscriminate cutting, burning...
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  • flipcharts in math
    protected _______37. Flood c. Causes the loose of the fertile top soil and subsoil _______38. Wildlife Animals d. Depend largely on the forest for the shelter and food _______39. Kaingin System e. Fire that destroy thousands of trees V. Directions: Contrast a food chain using the...
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  • Principles of Nature
    the warming-up of the earth, or the so-called "greenhouse" effect. Greenhouse effect will lead to global warming which can cause many changes in our nature. The effects of global warming are changing weather pattern, extreme warm temperature and climate change. Other effect of burning is the...
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  • Addition
    volcanoes. -Aggravates asthma and makes breathing difficult. It also contributes to particle formation with associated health effects. Causes of Air Pollution Natural events: * include forest fires, * volcanic eruptions, * wind erosion, * pollen dispersal, * evaporation of...
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  • Typhhon Sendong Occurence an Avenge of Enchanted Beings Not True
    , now? Some of the causes of Forest destruction are the Slash-and-Burn Agriculture and the logging. Slash-and-Burn Agriculture, or the commonly known practice of Kaingin accounts for about 25 percent of the total forest destruction. Poverty and landlines drive some people to cultivate...
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  • Ambahan
    different from the "kaingin" system practised by non-Mangyans which is often very destructive when it is done with no proper safeguards to prevent the fire from spreading to the surrounding vegetation. A fallow period is also observed so that the swidden farm will revert back to forest. According to...
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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...
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  • Threats to Biodiversity
    environment. * Human Activities. Human activities also causes threats to the biodiversity. Activities like deforestation such as kaingin, cutting down immature trees, throwing garbage on parts of water, killing endangered animals on the forest for selling purposes, are just few examples of the hundred...
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  • Module in Preparing and Revising a Rough Draft
    . The added benefit is a system of decimal notation that clearly shows how every level of the outline relates to the larger whole. Example of a Decimal Outline: Pollution 1. Air Pollution 1.1. Causes 1.1.1. Burning Wood and Car smoke. 1.1.2. CFC’s and FCC’s. 1.2. Effect 1.2.1. Global...
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  • Watershade Management
    , Development Disruption and Poverty and Governance and Policy Direction. A 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...
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  • Indigenous Knowledge of Bugkalots on Endemic Tree Species in Landingan, Nagtipunan Quirino
    trials. Moreover, farmers are not often knowledgeable about the scientific background or 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...
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  • Code of Ethics for Government Officials and Employees
    harvesting of minor forest products the recycling methods of waste materials, and (d) carrying out a continuing effect on reforestation; timber stand improvement; forest protection; land classification; forest occupancy management; agri-silviculture; range management; agri-silvicultural/kaingin...
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  • how philippines better
    because the water can’t pass through the drainage. Another thing is the kaingin system, it causes landslide and floods because the trees that are being cut absorbs water so if they cut them who will absorb the water, and when the water is not absorbed it will cause the soil to be smooth that causes...
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  • Culture in Harmony with Nature
    in land. The Kaingin System wherein people burn trees in the forest to cultivate it as a farm land. They transfer to other area repeating the same procedure. As they continue doing this system more and more trees are burned and not replenished. Another act of abuse of land resources is illegal...
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  • Community Profile
    into this place as hunters. They usually passed through Buguias then Naguey in Atok and reached Amburayan River where they built their first settlements. They built their houses along the creeks and mostly nearest the source of water. They lived only by kaingin system by planting camote, gabi, and root...
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  • tourism during 19th century
    collapse (mass extinction) Man made problems causing soil erosion Shifting cultivation or KAINGIN SYSTEM Timber harvesting or logging Costruction project (constructions of roads) Mining (loosen rock) Overgrazing (crushing hooves) Sources of energy Run of electricity “all machines” -non...
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  • Establishment of Society
    out then/or burning the land. Also, researchers said that this method cannot be of help in the modern setting, especially to those countries who are very rich in agriculture. Though in the case of our country, one prominent example of shifting cultivation is the "Kaingin" system. In this system...
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