Monday, Jul 10, 2017 Coastal and Marine Resource Assessment in TIWS
Coastal and marine zones contain many of the Earth’s most complex, diverse and productive ecological systems; productive in both biological and economic sense. Reefs, mangroves, seagrass beds, wetlands and tidelands are: (i) the nursery and feeding areas for many marine species; (ii) important areas for the recycling of the nutrients, and (iii) buffer areas for storm protection and to control erosion (Fazi and Flewwelling, 2000).
The connectivity of coastal...
As one enters the school grounds of Camaligan National High School (CNHS), an arch of mature flowering trees greet the visitors. The caballeros in bloom, along with the evergreen leaves of neem trees, have created a vibrant yet welcoming sight to all.