Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2017
26 January 2017
10.18783/cddj.v002.i01


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Toward developing a humanitarian crowdsourcing model: Enabling medical and disaster response through digital collaboration

  •  Joyce Anne Quinto | Aldo Gavril Lim

Lately, the humanitarian community has been utilizing crowdsourcing to facilitate medical and disaster response. Grounded in Geiger et al.’s (2011) Crowdsourcing Information Systems (CIS) and Surowe...


Calibration, validation and application of CERES-Maize model for climate change impact assessment in Abuan Watershed, Isabela, Philippines

  •  Orlando F. Balderama | Lanie A. Alejo | Edgardo E. Tongson

Recently, corn farmers in Abuan Watershed and Isabela Province are experiencing declining crop yields caused by insufficient amount of rainfall. To increase crop yields and reduce production risks, re...


Adaptability of the mental models approach to the development of risk communication messages on climate change for rice farmers in Pangasinan Province, Philippines

  •  Rosa Pilipinas F. Francisco | Ma. Stella C. Tirol

The mental models approach has been put forward as a method for investigating laypeople’s knowledge, beliefs, and perception as precursor to the development of risk communication messages and strate...


Simulating impacts of El Niño and climate change on corn yield in Isabela, Philippines

  •  Edgardo E. Tongson |  Lanie A. Alejo | Orlando F. Balderama

Advancing climate change and increasing frequency of El Niño events will impact corn growth and development in Isabela Province. This study assessed the potential impact of El Niño and climate chang...


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