Mahar Lagmay

Alfredo Mahar Lagmay
Alfredo Mahar Francisco Amante Lagmay is a Filipino geologist.wikipedia
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Project NOAH (Philippines)

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He is executive director of Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) and a professor at the National Institute of Geological Sciences of the University of the Philippines Diliman. His expertise on disaster mitigation allowed him to lead DOST's Project NOAH as executive director in 2012; Project NOAH has been described as the country's leading disaster prevention and mitigation program.
It was publicly launched by President Aquino, project head Mahar Lagmay, and

Typhoon Bopha

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.
Geologist Mahar Lagmay, head of a government project to map out all flood-prone areas of the country, said that while most people in the affected communities had been aware of the danger, they had not known where to go for safety.

Alfredo Lagmay

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Lagmay is the youngest son of Alfredo Lagmay, national scientist for experimental psychology and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of the Philippines Diliman.
He is the father of University of the Philippines geology professor Alfredo Mahar Lagmay.

University of the Philippines College of Science

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He is executive director of Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) and a professor at the National Institute of Geological Sciences of the University of the Philippines Diliman.

University of the Philippines Diliman

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He is executive director of Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) and a professor at the National Institute of Geological Sciences of the University of the Philippines Diliman. Lagmay is the youngest son of Alfredo Lagmay, national scientist for experimental psychology and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of the Philippines Diliman. Lagmay earned his B.Sc. in geology in 1987 and M.Sc. in 1993 from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Bachelor of Science

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Lagmay earned his B.Sc. in geology in 1987 and M.Sc. in 1993 from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Geology

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Lagmay earned his B.Sc. in geology in 1987 and M.Sc. in 1993 from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Master of Science

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Lagmay earned his B.Sc. in geology in 1987 and M.Sc. in 1993 from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Doctor of Philosophy

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He earned his PhD in geology from the University of Cambridge in 2001.

University of Cambridge

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He earned his PhD in geology from the University of Cambridge in 2001.

Stanford University

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He also became a visiting scientist at the Geophysics Department of Stanford University and National Autonomous University of Mexico.

National Autonomous University of Mexico

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He also became a visiting scientist at the Geophysics Department of Stanford University and National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Department of Science and Technology (Philippines)

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His expertise on disaster mitigation allowed him to lead DOST's Project NOAH as executive director in 2012; Project NOAH has been described as the country's leading disaster prevention and mitigation program.

2006 Southern Leyte mudslide

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.

Mayon

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.

Typhoon Ketsana

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.

Tropical Storm Washi

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.

Typhoon Haiyan

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Lagmay has published detailed analyses of major disasters in the Philippines such as the Guinsaugon landslide; Mayon eruptions; typhoons Ondoy, Sendong, Pablo, and Yolanda; and storm surges.

Benham Rise

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He was part of the Philippine panel on the Philippine claim to Benham Rise in the United Nations Commission on the Law of the Sea.

United Nations

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He was part of the Philippine panel on the Philippine claim to Benham Rise in the United Nations Commission on the Law of the Sea.

WikiPilipinas

In 2013, Lagmay was awarded the Outstanding Filipino for Geology and Earth Science, and was awarded as "WikiPinoy of the Year" by WikiPilipinas in 2014 for “empowering the public with open information and insight into the significant issues affecting the country today.” Lagmay was awarded the Plinius Medal by the European Geosciences Union on 15 April 2015, in Vienna, Austria, for his "outstanding interdisciplinary natural-hazard research and natural-disaster engagement in the Philippines, particularly with respect to volcanic hazards, earthquakes, typhoons, landslides and floods."

European Geosciences Union

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In 2013, Lagmay was awarded the Outstanding Filipino for Geology and Earth Science, and was awarded as "WikiPinoy of the Year" by WikiPilipinas in 2014 for “empowering the public with open information and insight into the significant issues affecting the country today.” Lagmay was awarded the Plinius Medal by the European Geosciences Union on 15 April 2015, in Vienna, Austria, for his "outstanding interdisciplinary natural-hazard research and natural-disaster engagement in the Philippines, particularly with respect to volcanic hazards, earthquakes, typhoons, landslides and floods."

Vienna

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In 2013, Lagmay was awarded the Outstanding Filipino for Geology and Earth Science, and was awarded as "WikiPinoy of the Year" by WikiPilipinas in 2014 for “empowering the public with open information and insight into the significant issues affecting the country today.” Lagmay was awarded the Plinius Medal by the European Geosciences Union on 15 April 2015, in Vienna, Austria, for his "outstanding interdisciplinary natural-hazard research and natural-disaster engagement in the Philippines, particularly with respect to volcanic hazards, earthquakes, typhoons, landslides and floods."

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He co-hosted RED Alert on DZMM with reporters Atom Araullo and Ted Esguerra.

Atom Araullo

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He co-hosted RED Alert on DZMM with reporters Atom Araullo and Ted Esguerra.