Hello to my eWorld!
Well, this is not my first created blog but whatever journals written here will complement with my existing blogs powered by other free websites. Basically, this site will serve as the mother portal of all my personal accounts for easy management – updating, uploading and sharing.
My existing sites feature my interest in photography, travel, reading and writing or something worth exploring. In relation to photography, I included some of the images taken during my travels or just simply interesting places that capture my eyes through my digital camera.
In terms of moving around the globe, I joined several travel sites to share my experiences and provide assistance to other travellers making their future trips memorable and enjoyable, and be able to explore stunning places around the world. I also included my interest in writing reviews with my membership to ciao and dooyoo. Finally, my other accounts from free websites.
For quick links of these pages, just click the subheadings listed or the thumbnails images below:
My World : This section simply focuses on my fascination of Mother Earth – how we could protect and conserve its natural beauty for future generations. This also covers my academic world as an engineer, planner, manager and or an ordinary human being (social and spiritual being).
Travel Blog: Provides a list of my travel journals with images
Trivago: A travel site which I am getting extra income for posting of images, reviews and other travel info
Consumer site: Highlights my membership with dooyoo and ciao where I post reviews of products and services, anything that I want to share with the rest of the consumers worldwide
Atbp: Provides a space for my personal interests and hobbies, something worth exploring
Hope you enjoy reading my blog and please come again and I am happy to receive your comments. Again, click the photo thumbnails below for direct links to the rest of my blog pages. Best REYgards!
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I was fortunate to join for the said event as a paper presenter and had a quick visit to my hometown of San Fernando. It was a short notice but as usual I prepared my presentation under pressure. My paper entitled “Rehabilitation of the Pasig River: Creating Resilient Communities” focused on the rehabilitation and development efforts of the national government thru the Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (PRR) to revive the river system and to bring significant improvement in the water quality and wellbeing of the riverside communities. It also highlights the major strategies and approached employed by the Commission particularly address the following concerns: easement recovery, estero management, flood control, ferry service, water quality and public awareness/advocacy.
There were interesting topics presented during the conference. For instance, studies focused on the effect of the illumination (light) in the gut characteristics of seahorses in sea cages; growth, survival and ingestion rate of juvenile seahorses in varied light intensities; characterization of different cassava in the Province of Romblon for climate change adaptation; identification of crab species located in Sibuyan Island; and many others. Aside from the researchers of the RSU, other presenters came from other state universities from Sorsogon and Mindoro.
A Filipino national scientist 2008 was the key speaker of the said conference. Her name is Dr Lourdes Cruz from the University of the Philippines-Diliman Campus. Dr Cruz has made significant contributions to biochemical and molecular structures and properties of many types of conotoxins from Philippine marine snails.
The 2015 SANROKAN CONFERENCE featured four symposia held in different venues in Romblon with the following topics and dates:
- Environment and Climate Change (Magdiwang, Sibuyan Island, May 1-3, 2015)
- Culture and History (Romblon Island, May 5-7, 2015)
- Archaeology and Museum Studies (Banton Island, May 9-11, 2015)
- Language and Education (Odiongan, Tablas Island, May 13-15, 2015)