pamanang likas ng Pilipinas
Intersection of Historical, Cultural, and Geo-Heritage in the Macolod Corridor Volcanic Area of the Calabarzon Region, Philippines
One of our study areas in the Philippines is the ‘Macolod Corridor’ in the Calabarzon Philippines. It is the volcanically and tectonically active area that encompasses the active Taal and Banahaw volcanoes.
Our main work in the area includes geodiversity and geomorphic mapping of the volcanic area done by Naomi Irapta (M2 Research), and an exploration of the geoheritage potential of the Calabarzon Region as a whole by Mr. Viktor Vereb (included in PhD Research) and Ms. Naomi Irapta
Watch: Naomi talks about the old Taal Church ruins and the Taal Basilica in the Philippines and how they can be tools for geohazard awareness and resilience building
We have also presented our work in the following events:
- Sites at the Intersection of Cultural and Natural Heritage 2020
- Digital 9th International Conference on UNESCO Global Geoparks 2021
view our poster at the online exhibit: https://vr.miceview.kr/ZR064/hall3-ko.html
Our fieldwork in the Philippines are always fun!