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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Mayon Volcano lava flows

(Image above: False color composite generated from Sentinel-2 data draped over Google Earth terrain) Although I've been to several volcanoes and have studied and worked on volcanic deposits before, this is the first time I've seen an eruption in person. I posted photos from our trip to Mayon, where we tried to document the eruption,... Continue Reading →

Mt. Pulag forest fire

A few weeks ago, a portion of Mt. Pulag National Park caught fire after a butane stove from one of the campers accidentally exploded. Hiking and camping in the park has since been suspended, and those responsible have been sued and threatened with an PhP18.4 million (US$ 350,000) fine plus possible jail time. Using Sentinel-2... Continue Reading →

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