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THESIS

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Transcript of THESIS

RESPONSIVE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT USING INTERACTIVE
VISUALIZATION AND ANALYSIS:

THE CASE OF LOS BAÑOS, PHILIPPINES

James Michael Marasigan



INTRODUCTION

Background of the Study

Statement of the Problem

Objectives of the Study

Significance of the Study

Scope and Limitation of the study

Definition of Terms

Theoretical Framework

Input output process between independent and dependent variables

Data Flow

Conceptual Framework
INTRODUCTION
Background of the Study
Natural Hazards
1. Landslide (earthquake induced)
2. Flooding
Notable disastrous floods and landslides
August 2015 are due to Typhoon Goni,
which took the lives of 26 people. That total is from the victims summed up casualties from flood and landslide
(Agence France-Presse, 24 Aug 2015)
Statement of the Problem
identification of flood / landslide affected people and building stuctures
Identification and handling of specified number and types of relief items to flooded / landslide affected areas
What tool or method can be used for easy disseminating useful information about the flooded / landslide affected areas?
Objectives of the Study
The general objective of this Study is to provide a map where users could visualize hazard information of a flood / landslide affected area, in order to identify the affected areas and how many relief items might be needed to support the affected population of the hazard affected area.
Significance of the Study
The purpose of the study is to develop a QGIS plug in hazard map, which could help disaster managers to study realistic natural hazard impact scenarios for planning, preparedness and response activities.
MICROBIAL PLATING PROCEDURE
FAUNAL ORGANISM IDENTIFICATION
RESULTS
MC =[(FW-DW)/FW]x100
% DM = 100 - %MC
r = lnWt - (lnWt+1)/t
Where:

MC = moisture content
DM = dry matter
r = rate of decomposition
Wt = dry weight at time t
Wt+1 = dry weight at next sampling period
t = time in weeks
FAUNAL DECOMPOSERS
The rate of decomposition is faster on the second week because as day passes by the number of decomposers increase
Studying faunal population is difficult because the faunal organisms are too small and often fragile. They tend to move quickly
Shredders are the most dominant faunal organism. As the detritus is in the stage of decomposition, shredders shred it into smaller pieces. other organisms will further break it down.
Bacteria and fungi convert organic material into inorganic material that will eventually be utilized by other organisms. However, we did not have any valid counts in our sample for microbial decomposers. This may be due to the following:
not enough dilution
forgot to pour samples
contamination
SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
THANK YOU <3
Spider
Ant
Plant Detritus
Strepsiptera larvae
Earwigs
Proturan
Ferrisia virgata
OUTLINE


REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Data Visualization

Natural Hazards

Types and Causes of Natural
Hazards


Effects of Natural Hazards


Natural Disasters


Realistic Disaster Scenario

Disaster and Emergency Planning
for Preparedness, Response, and Recovery

Disaster Prevention

Five Types of Information Essential for Disaster Prevention

Hazard Mapping

Types of Hazard Map

Flood Hazard Map

Landslide Hazard Map





METHODOLOGY

The Study Area

Research Design

Data Collection

Building Data

Population Data

Flood Hazard Data

Landslide Hazard Data

Minimum Needs of a Person Data

GIS Model Process

Map Creation Flow Chart



RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS

Map generated for analysis of flood affected building structures

Analysis results of flood affected building structures

Flood affected and non-affected classified building types

Action checklist under taken during a flood scenario

Map generated for analysis of flood affected population

Analysis results of flood affected population

Evacuated population minimum needs calculations

Evacuated population minimum needs of Los Baños, Laguna during a flood scenario

Map generated for analysis of landslide affected building structures

Analysis results of landslide affected building structures

Landslide affected and non-affected buildings classified according to hazard zone

Action checklist under taken during a landslide scenario

Map generated for analysis of landslide affected population

Analysis and results of landslide affected population

Evacuated population minimum needs of Los Baños, Laguna during a landslide scenario
SUMMARY

CONCLUSION

LITERATURE CITED
Visualization is a process of representing abstract scientific data
For the Philippines, floods and landslides are two common scenarios, since yearly the country is battered by many typhoons that cause natural hazards, often leading to disasters.
The study specifically aims to:

Locate flood / landslide affected area in Los Baños, Laguna.
Identify the number of affected structure and population in the area.
Determine the minimum needs of the affected population.
Scope and Limitation of the Study
The study focuses mainly on two types of natural hazards, namely, flooding and landslide events.
Data from multiple events and not from single specific events would be used in the flooding and landslide analysis.
Definition of Terms
Disasters - are abrupt, tragic event.

Exposure - is a factor of disaster risk which is affected by natural disasters.

Geographic Information System - (GIS) lets the users to visualize, question, analyze, and interpret data to understand relationships, patterns, and trends.

Hazard - possibly destructive physical event.

Inasafe - is free software that produces realistic natural hazard impact scenarios for better
planning, preparedness and response activities.

Natural Hazards – are naturally occurring physical phenomena

Philsafe – is a modified version of the inasafe which is developed specifically for analyzing the
flood and landslide effects in the municipality of Los Baños Laguna.

Resource Management – is the effective deployment and allocation of resources.

Visualization – is a set of information in forms of a chart or other image.

Vulnerability – the point to which a system is not able to cope up or susceptible the opposing
effects of climate change.
Theoretical Framework
Systems theory is the trans-disciplinary, meaning that the study comes from different
disciplines working jointly to create new concepts in order to address a common goal but with
innovation (Midgley, G. 2003).

Based on the system theory the study aims to build visualization tool for identifying
natural hazard location and determine the total number of affected building structures and
population due to flooding or landslide.

This visualization tool Philsafe is a product of two different discipline (computer science and environmental science) made to perform a common goal in order to aid decision makers.
Input output process between independent and dependent variables
Theoretical Framework
Systems theory is the trans-disciplinary, meaning that the study comes from different
disciplines working jointly to create new concepts in order to address a common goal but with
innovation (Midgley, G. 2003).

Based on the system theory the study aims to build visualization tool for identifying
natural hazard location and determine the total number of affected building structures and
population due to flooding or landslide.

This visualization tool Philsafe is a product of two different discipline (computer science and environmental science) made to perform a common goal in order to aid decision makers.
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