Amor Gingo

Amor Gingo
Caraga State University | CSU · College of Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Geodetic Engineering

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Introduction
Amor Gingo currently works at the College of Engineering, Caraga State University. Amor does research in Hydrology, Geoinformatics (GIS) and Remote Sensing. Their most recent publication is 'CHARACTERIZING FLOOD HAZARDS IN AN ALLUVIAL FAN DURING EXTREME RAINFALL EVENTS USING LIDAR AND NUMERICAL MODELING'.
Additional affiliations
October 2016 - December 2016
Caraga State University
Position
  • Science Research Specialist

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Publications (4)
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Access to near-real time information on the spatial distribution and detailed characteristics of the current and future (forecasted) flood scenarios is crucial for effective flood forecasting and early warning, especially when formulating decisions related to evacuation and response before, during, and after a flood scenario. In this paper, we pres...
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In mitigating and helping lessen the possible effects and damages of disaster to the communities, the transmission of information or end products derived from remote sensing and other multidisciplinary technologies into the community should be immediate, accessible and comprehensive to aid in better planning and decision-making procedures. In this...
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Changes in land cover can have negative impacts on the hydrological and hydraulic processes in river basins and watersheds such as increase in surface runoff and peak flows, and greater incidence, risk and vulnerability of flooding. In this study, the impacts of land-cover changes to the hydrologic and hydraulic behaviours of the Agusan River Basin...
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In this paper, we characterize the flood hazards in an alluvial fan in Asiga Watershed in Agusan del Norte, Mindanao, Philippines through the use of high resolution topographic information derived from LiDAR and a suite of hydrologic and two-dimensional (2D) hydraulic models. The alluvial fan, with its active portion traversed by Asiga River, is of...

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