Best Published Researches

The study determined the level of waste management awareness of the residents of Malay, Province of Aklan, Philippines as one of the environmental concerns The researchers of the present study used quantitative-qualitative mode of data collection.

This study was determined the level of environmental awareness among the residents at the Simirara Island at the Municipality of Caluya, Antique, Philippines. The researchers attempted to ascertain the influence of waste management awareness and practices towards teaching marine pollution at the maritime university (JBLFMU-Molo) in the Philippines.

The study explored the participants’ understanding of the environmental governance and implementation of policies pertaining to the protection of Egaña River, Sibalom at the Province of Antique, Philippines.

This study aimed to determine the status of windowpane oysters (Placuna Placenta) at the Municipality of Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philiipines. Using the Line Intercept Transect (LIT) technique (English et al., 1997), the windowpane oyster shells (Placuna Placenta) were determined. At each site, 2-3 transect lines were laid on the intertidal floor parallel to the shore.

This study aimed to determine the different practices of the fishermen situated at the Sitio Laktawan, Barangay Poblacion, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras, Philippines. The study discussed the fishing activities of fishermen along the established Marine Protected Area (MPA) at Barangay Poblacion, Nueva Valencia, Guimaras, Philippines.

The study determined the compliance on standards set by the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) in the Panay Island, Philippines in response to Sea Safety and Security Requirements (SSSR) among motorboats plying Iloilo and Guimaras Islands, Philippines.

The assessment of the condition among selected maritime institutions in Region VI was a significant effort in order to inspire them on getting accreditation. This descriptive study determined the outcomes of accreditation process on maritime education in Western Visayas during the Academic Year 2012-2013. There were 260 randomly selected teaching staff as respondents of the study.

The study was conducted to establish the global competitiveness in Maritime Education Training (ME) through Outcome-Based Teaching-Learning (OBTL) at the maritime university in the Philippines.

Many fisher folks all over the world still use traditional, relatively low-tech approaches to catch fish. This is because fishing is largely for subsistence and consumption purposes.

This study was conducted to determine whether or not the environmental study entitled “Fishing Practices and Sea Productivity” conducted at San Jose, Province of Antique.