Estuaries: Breathing Life That Reverberates The Future, Lecture Series #5

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DSCF2230DSCF2208DSCF2210DSCF2212DSCF2192Hello everybody.  Today, our discussion will focus on the topic Estuary.  The Philippine Archipelago is composed of 7,100 islands during high tide and 7,107 islands during low tide.  It follows that almost all islands in the country have cities or towns that are located near an Estuary.  It is therefore of  utmost importance that people in the community and most specially the LGU or Local Government Unit, must strengthen their approaches to conserve and protect these Estuaries.

Join me, today, as I travel the road less traveled.  Why? Because not everybody is willing to talk about it.  Estuaries can be a boring topic.  So, let’s just think of it as the most beautiful place on earth where our future depends on.   It may sound corny but let me begin.

What is an Estuary?

  1.   It is the tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream…

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