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    • Marine mammals disturbed by warming waters 

      Acedo, Celia E. (Manila Bulletin, April 6, 2017, on page B-8)
      The warming of the oceans could also mean diminished reproductive success and increased susceptibility to diseases, according to a Silliman Journal article by Dr. Ma. Louella L. Dolar, a foremost authority on Philippine ...
    • Negros-Panay bridge threat to endangered dolphins -- study 

      Garcia, Mark L. (Manila Bulletin, March 15, 2018, on page B-8)
      These dolphins are known to reside in the coastal waters of Bago City and Pulupandan and were declared as a protected marine area in the latter through the partnerships of these academic institutions and the local government ...
    • Save the Irrawaddy dolphins of Iloilo and Guimaras Strait from extinction 

      (Philippine Daily Inquirer, November 20, 2020, on page A7)
      Irrawady dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) are air-breathing mammals that live in the sea. They are grey to slate blue in color that gets lighter on the underbelly. They do not have pronounced snout like other dolphins and ...
    • Scientists find threatened dolphin species in Negros 

      Gomez, Carla (Philippine Daily Inquirer, September 7, 2010, on page A15)
      A team of scientists has found the presence of one of the rarest and most threatened species of dolphins in the coastal waters of Bago City and Pulupandan. Dr. Louella Dolar, who heads a team of scientists documenting the ...
    • Wetlands, water and life are inseparable: Protect NOCWCA, protect lives 

      Department of Science and Technology (DOST)-Region VI (DailyGuardian, February 17, 2021, on page 8-10)
      Wetlands are unheard body of waters to some, but it plays a critical part in our natural environment. They protect the shores from wave action, prevents flooding and a precious habitat to terrestrial and aquatic wildlife ...
    • Wetlands, water and life are inseparable: Protect NOCWCA, protect lives 

      Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)-Region VI (Panay News, February 18, 2021, on page 15)
      Wetlands are unheard body of waters to some, but they play a critical part in our natural environment. They protect the shores from wave action, prevent flooding, and serve as a habitat for terrestrial and aquatic wildlife ...