Mt. Apo and Mt. Piapayungan: 2 years after the fires

In 2016, two mountains in Mindanao were affected by separate fires--Mt. Piapayungan and Mt. Apo. I wanted to see how the areas have recovered after two years, especially since I helped a little bit with the Mt. Apo response team, so I downloaded some satellite images from the Sentinel 2 and Landsat 8. From the... Continue Reading →

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A glimmer of hope for Manila Bay?

Manila Bay is not dead, at least not yet. Scientists from De La Salle University and University of the Philippines Manila measured the acidity level of the water in Manila Bay and found that it is still low enough to sustain marine life. And in case the acidity increases, whether naturally or from human activities,... Continue Reading →

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