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  Mindanao. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Its main rivers are the Mindanao (known as the Pulangi in its upper course), c.200 mi (320 km) long and navigable by small steamers for c.40 mi (60 km); and the Agusan, c.240 mi (390 km) long.
Off the northeast coast in the Philippine Sea is the Mindanao Trench (c.35,000 ft/10,670 m deep), one of the greatest known ocean depths.
Mindanao lies below the typhoon belt, and its climate is more favorable than that of Luzon to the north.
www.bartleby.com /65/mi/Mindanao.html   (603 words)

 Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Mindanao-Eastern Visayas rain forests (IM0129)
Mindanao and the Visayas were transported across the western Pacific to their present location during the last 25 million years.
The dire situation in the lowlands of Mindanao and Eastern Visayas is highlighted by the contrast in conservation status between the lowland ecoregion and the adjacent upland Mindanao Montane Rain Forests [IM0128] ecoregion.
In Mindanao we used the 1,000-m contour from the DEM (USGS 1996) to delineate the montane forests from the lowland forests.
www.worldwildlife.org /wildworld/profiles/terrestrial/im/im0129_full.html   (2454 words)

 HighBeam Encyclopedia - Mindanao   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The continuation of civil unrest and poverty in Mindanao.
Mindanao's woes a boon for NT.(Northern Territory, Australia)
A miracle in Mindanao: Christians and Muslims build bridges in the Philippines.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/section/Mindanao_History.asp   (775 words)

The island coastline is a puzzle of numerous peninsulas and deep bays, and it has several mountain ranges, mainly running from north to south.
Davao City located to the southern Mindanao region, has almost 900,000 inhabitants is the largest city in Mindanao and the second largest city in the Philippines.
The western part of Mindanao is shaped like a giant handle, only connected to North Mindanao by a narrow neck of land separating Pagadian Bay to the south from Panguil Bay to the north.
www.regit.com /regitour/philipin/intplace/mindanao.htm   (499 words)

 Tasaday - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
tribe) of the deep and mountainous rainforests of the southern Philippine island of Mindanao who, up until the mid-20th century, were living as close to Stone Age lifeways as any people known in modern times.
Tasaday oral history speaks of "fugu", a horribly evil force that devastated the community, killing everyone except the Tasaday's ancestors who fled southward, deep into the forbidding mountain forest (even currently, most Mindanao tribespeople avoid the deep forest due to beliefs such as "tau maloy" or ghost people who are said to inhabit there).
Following a cultural rule generally observed throughout Mindanao, the community of people who stays in place and receives immigrants from outside holds their name and property, thus the Tasaday remain today a separate entity from the Blits.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tasaday   (2056 words)

The reason for this, according to the Mindanao 2000 report, is primarily due to the asymmetric Manila-centered development plans of past governments that concentrated on Manila which made Mindanao the food and raw material supplier to Manila and other urban centers of the country.
Mindanao’s present economy is characterized by dominance of agriculture, limited agri-industrial coupling, industries that are natural-resource driven, a population that has low purchasing power, industries that are foreign-dominated and export-oriented, and dominance of a few landed families in each of the 23 provinces.
In all these efforts, UP Mindanao expects to work in consultation and collaboration with other colleges and universities in the region in recognition of their longer presence and valuable contribution to the development of human resources through professional and technical education for Mindanao.
www.seameo.org /vl/library/dlwelcome/publications/ebook/hrd/minda.htm   (3300 words)

 Commercial Diving;And How Deep is Deep?
The deepest place in all the oceans is the Mindanao Deep in the western Pacific.
Between the two extremes of how deep we can dive and the maximum depth, there are some interesting answers to the question of how deep is deep.
Deep breathhold or scuba dives by individuals for the sake of records produce little if any scientific information that benefits diving.
www.skin-diver.com /departments/crosstalk/commdiving.asp?theID=150   (1117 words)

 Fr Eliseo Mercado's Aide Memoire on the War in Mindanao
The common mistake people make when they speak of the present war in Mindanao is to lump together the different Muslim actors into one and put them all together in one "basket".
While the government is reported to spend twenty-three millions pesos a day in the conduct of the Mindanao War, it spends a measly million pesos a week for the needs of the evacuees.
Several sectors in Mindanao, particularly the religious continue to hold the GRP and the MILF to limit their fights between and among combatants.
www.philsol.nl /A00b/Minda-Mercado-jul00.htm   (2820 words)

 BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | Mindanao's Muslim refugees
In the conflict between Muslim rebels and the military in the southern Philippines, the biggest losers are the civilians living in the firing line, says BBC East Asia Today's Orlando de Guzman.
In the conflict zones on the island of Mindanao, refugees are everywhere.
The United States is training Filipino troops to contain the Islamic insurgency in Mindanao - often referred to as the second front on the war on terrorism.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/asia-pacific/2959560.stm   (622 words)

The joint forces are operating in the Mindanao region, an impoverished area of five million people that's been mired in a Muslim-led war of secession since the 1970s.
In the Philippines, according to polls, public opinion about the joint operations is split, and demonstrators opposed to U.S. intervention clashed with riot police outside the American embassy in Manila Feb. 1.
Ciria-Cruz is skeptical of Uncle Sam's motives: he can see the Pentagon using Mindanao's deep-water harbors as a launching point to stage antiterrorist missions throughout Southeast Asia – or to attack North Korea.
www.sfbg.com /36/19/news_war.html   (735 words)

 Mindanao Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mindanao women are leaving their homes to work overseas, a group working for migrant workers said.Ellene Sana, executive director of the Center for Migrant Advocacy Philippines (CMA-Phils.) said out of 10 OFWs, at least four come from Mindanao.
Sana said Central Mindanao is the leading exporter of workers among the Mindanao regions and accounts for about 28 percent of women OFWs from the island.
MINDANAO is the Southernmost of the main island groups of the Philippines, and also the second largest of the 7,107 islands that comprise the Philippines.
www.mindanao.com   (2393 words)

 Leadership for Peace and Prosperity in Mindanao: A New Learning and Training Initiative Enables Filipinos to Work ...
The work of Synergos in developing regions such as Mindanao has revealed that the most serious problems faced by many communities are the result of deep societal divides -- religious, cultural, economic and political.
The persistent civil unrest that has disrupted life in Mindanao for more than three decades stems in large part from the wide-scale government-led migration of settlers -- mostly Christian -- from the more densely populated islands of the country to the fertile agricultural lands of Mindanao.
As an example, Garilao noted that in October 2003 AIM held its first training course on bridging leadership in Davao, Mindanao, which brought together militar y field commanders, Catholic and Muslim religious leaders, former guerrillas, local government officials, and Muslim community leaders to identify the issues that serve as barriers to change in their communities.
www.synergos.org /04/aimmirantbridging.htm   (1693 words)

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 DEEP-SEA Pages (Paul Yancey, Whitman College)
Life in the deep sea must adapt to unique conditions of low or no light, high pressure, low energy (except at hot vents and cold hydrocarbon seeps), and near-freezing or--at hot vents--superheated temperatures.
One unexplained but fairly common feature of deep animals is gigantism (such as oarfish, the giant squid, etc.).
Perhaps bacteria are involved, for the deep mud has many bacteria including iron-oxidizing ones that normally use natural iron for energy.
people.whitman.edu /~yancey/deepsea.html#below2   (1344 words)

 Philippines Today - Opinion
Driven by the protracted Muslim separatist war in Mindanao, many fled to Sabah, only to find themselves persecuted in a foreign land, with their own government offering but a token response to their forced repatriation.
Many are starving and dying of dehydration, and those who survived the passage from Sabah to Mindanao on jam-packed ships and “floating coffins” suffered from mental stress and malnutrition.
Some parts of Mindanao are still at war, driving away investors that could have provided jobs.
www.philippinestoday.net /September2002/editorial902.htm   (501 words)

 Overview of Campaign and Lobby Initiatives on Mindanao   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Rebuilding Mindanao is essentially about healing wounds, bridging and mending the gap between Muslims, Christians and the lumads, and recognizing the fundamental roots of the conflict.
IID's peacebuilding and advocacy initiatives on Mindanao will strive to galvanize solidarity and sustained dialogue among the tri-people grassroots towards their effective participation in the peace process.
Parallel to this is also to tap into the fresh and rich experiences of peoples and partners in the region that have had similar debacles as inputs in sharpening current strategies and perspectives.
www.iidnet.org /adv/mda/overview.htm   (277 words)

 Official Website of General Santos City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
If one drifts in Mindanao, there he or she could find fish landings that look like a gallery of huge commercial fleet about 200 catcher boats, supported by 550 light and carrier vessels, and banca or pumpboat fleet with 2000 vessels, waging through the wavy waters of Sulu and even far reaching Papua New Guinea.
The economic promise of tuna is a voice heard everywhere like the echoes of the fleet that sound in unison in the General Santos City Fish Port, the second largest fishing port in the country.
For as long as one can glimpse the waters from the shore, its mystery may remain but its treasures from the deep are slowly emerging, gradually unfolding.
www.gensantos.gov.ph /fishing/fishtory2.php   (517 words)

 The place
South Cotabato is one of the provinces on the Mindanao island and endowed with numerous natural sceneries that have a great potential as tourist attractions and is blessed with creative people who maintain and develop the beauty of these places.
Koronadal City is very accessible by land transport from various points in Mindanao, and the most commonly used points of entry are General Santos on the Southeastern part, Cotabato City on the Northwestern part and Kidapawan City on the Northern part of Mindanao.
Travel within Koronadal city is made possible by tricycles and jeepneys and is connected to the rest of Mindanao and the Philippines trough at least three major bus companies.
www.aliawanenterprises.com /id2.html   (1277 words)

 Doing Business in Northern Mindanao, Philippines
Northern Mindanao has become one of the prime investment areas in the country.
This amount is the largest among those of all four regions in Mindanao, and second among those of all regions in the Philippines.
Perhaps, other areas in Mindanao can also serve as trading hubs, but Northern Mindanao has the added advantage of being equipped with naturally-deep shore-lines in Misamis Oriental.
home.websprinter.net /~dti10/busguide.htm   (606 words)

 PEACE PROCESS: Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Mindanao
I was parish priest of Mt Carmel Cathedral, Jolo, a predominantly Muslim community off the southwest coast of Mindanao, when Bishop Benjamin de Jesus OMI was murdered in front of the Cathedral on 4 February 1997 after spending 19 years there.
In Mindanao, when you ask a Muslim boy what he wants to be when he grows up, he tells you, ‘A rebel to fight the military.’ A Christian boy tells you, ‘A soldier to fight the rebels.’
An old woman emerged from a makeshift tent and spoke to the boy in the local language.
tabangmindanaw.mariansolidarity.com /features/040390-layson.htm   (2593 words)

 Ancestral Domain: The Key to a More Permanent Peace in Muslim Mindanao: Reports: Philippines Facilitation Project: U.S. ...
Moros feel that they have been cheated and now may be their final opportunity to get any kind of honest deal from the government.
It is likely that entrenched personal and corporate interests from Christian land-owning families in Mindanao and Manila will oppose government concessions to Moros in the realm of economic resources.
Although USAID is extensively engaged in developmental protests in Muslim Mindanao, the U.S. has made clear that terrorism is its primary interest.
www.usip.org /philippines/reports/mindanao_tuminez.html   (1667 words)

SOCCSKSARGEN (Region XII), formerly Central Mindanao, is located in the south-central portion of the island.
The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) is a special region which covers the territories predominantly populated by Muslims.
Originally slated to be the first island liberated by American forces, instead Leyte was selected, and the liberation of Mindanao became the last assault of the Philippines campaign.
www.pacificwrecks.com /provinces/philippines_mindanao.html   (1545 words)

 Statement on Mindanao Week of Peace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
As an organization with deep concerns for Mindanao, and great hopes, Initiatives for International Dialogue (IID) and our partners in the Mindanao Tri-Peoples Caucus (MTC) would like to give its unqualified support to this celebration.
Yet the week certainly has its own life-blood now, and its efforts to secure peace in Mindanao must seem, on the whole, in opposition to the general attitude of the Estrada and now the Arroyo administrations.
Indeed, the week of peace is all about solidarity amongst the various peoples of Mindanao, and an opportunity for all of us to urge for a type of peace that is not formulated in either political expediency or grudging, tenuous, concessions.
www.iidnet.org /adv/mda/peace-week-statement.htm   (256 words)

 Bryantville United Methodist Chu   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Noel couldn’t dare to forget how his grandfather pioneered the work of Methodism in Mindanao and how he led a Moses-like exodus in late 1930s of some landless peasants from Luzon to open the farming frontier of agricultural lands in the island of Mindanao.
Their deep affection with the poor and oppressed was a remarkable trait that was passed on to him.
He lost both his job and the opportunity to be in the top position of that firm plainly because he opted to side with the grieving peasants on their demand for fair labor practice.
www.gbgm-umc.org /Bryantville/pastor.html   (741 words)

 Caraga, Region XIII, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Philippine province of Agusan del Sur, in the Caraga Region, occupies the upper valley of the Agusan River on the island of Mindanao.
The land is mostly forested, and the economy is mostly agricultural, the chief crops being maize, rice, coconuts, and bananas.
The city of Surigao, located near the northern tip of Mindanao, is the capital of the province of Surigao del Norte.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/ph-xiii.html   (658 words)

 NDF-Mindanao on Media Killings : QC IMC
They are an important player and an ally in the national-democratic struggle.
It is for this reason that the NDF views with deep concern the continuing murders of journalists all over the Philippines.
In many instances, those targeted for liquidation were known to support the causes of the masses.
qc.indymedia.org /mail.php?id=2223   (503 words)

 Archived Volcano Eruption News - John Seach
The earthquake was deep, at 486 km, and there are no reports of damage.
The epicenter was located in the Celebes Sea, 215 km SE of Zamboanga, Mindanao, Philippines.
Deep focus earthquakes are not as dangerous as shallow ones, and this event is not expected to cause a tsunami or result in large aftershocks.
www.volcanolive.com /news74.html   (3829 words)

 Global Volcanism Program | Ragang | Summary
A 3-km-long lava flow extends to the SE from the deep summit crater.
Ragang is the most frequently active volcano on the large southern Philippines island of Mindanao.
Historical eruptions, many of which were at one time attributed to neighboring Makaturing volcano, have been recorded since 1765 and consist of moderate explosive activity from the summit crater.
www.volcano.si.edu /world/volcano.cfm?vnum=0701-06=   (124 words)

Its main rivers are the Mindanao (known as the
Mindanao lies below the typhoon belt, and its climate is more favorable than that of
Mindanao: History - History In the middle of the 14th cent.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/world/A0833276.html   (340 words)

 PAS News Central » Deep Impact
In preparation for the Deep Impact Event, i was able to test run the equipments finally after several nights of clouds and rain.
We will also be covering the Deep Impact event while we are there.
Nobody knows yet how bright the comet will become after the impact and so we are also hoping that it will become bright enough to be observed and recorded in video.
philastrosoc.com /wpress/index.php?p=22   (383 words)

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