vol. 13, no. 1 (2015)
IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation


The IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation aims to publish new discoveries in ecology and conservation which are contributed by member researchers from around the world.

The IAMURE International Journal of Ecology and Conservation is an international peer reviewed journal that provides a venue for scholars to publish their research findings for advocacy and utilization.

Publisher: International Association of Multidisciplinary Research

Category: Environment/Ecology | Ecology |

ISSN 2244-1581 (Online)

ISSN 2244-1573 (Print)

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The Moray Eel Fishery in the Seagrass Beds of Siquijor Island, Central Philippines, with Remarks on Two New Philippine Records of the Genus Gymnothorax

Billy T. Wagey | Abner A. Bucol | Vivie Katuuk

Discipline: Ecology

Prevalence of Lowland Ecotype Cyperus rotundus L. and Weed Management of Rice Farmers in Aliaga, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Dindo King M. Donayre | Edwin C. Martin | Madonna C. Casimero | Leylani M. Juliano | Jesusa C. Beltran

Discipline: Ecology

Development of Authentic Information Education and Communication (IEC) Materials to Increase Public Awareness on Mt. Matutum Protected Landscape (MMPL) Conservation Initiatives in the Philippines

Ava Clare Marie O. Robles | George S. Gunay | Maximo C. Aljibe | Edna P. Oconer

Discipline: Ecology

Fluctuating Asymmetry as a Measure of Ecological Stress in Rousettus ampexicaudatus (a Fruit Bat), in Bohol, Philippines

Reizl P. Jose | Kay P. Ramos | Cristine J. Gonzaga | Sharon Rose Tabugo

Discipline: Ecology

Species Composition and Status of Butterflies in the Sunny and Shady Habitats of Cadaclan, San Fernando, La Union Botanical Garden of North Luzon, Philippines

Alma E. Nacua | Alma B. Mohagan | Grecebio Jonathan D. Alejandro

Discipline: Ecology

Geometric Morphometric Analysis of Population Differentiation in Two Species of Stem Borers from Bohol, Philippines

Kay P. Ramos | Reizl P. Jose | Nyzar Mabeth O. Odchimar | Jhoan Rhea L. Pizon | Genevieve C. Tonog | Leonel P. Lumogdang | Mark Anthony J. Torres

Discipline: Ecology

Solid Waste Pollution: Basis for Closure Enforcement Policy Framework of Banualan Dumpsite in General Santos City, Philippines

Ava Clare Marie O. Robles

Discipline: Ecology

Larval Host Plants and Metamorphosis of Selected Butterfly Species (Rhopalocera) in La Union Botanical Garden (LUBG), San Fernando, La Union, Philippines

Alma E. Nacua | Grecebio Jonathan D. Alejandro

Discipline: Ecology

Disaster Vulnerability of Upland and Lowland Riverine Communities in Iligan City, Philippines

Nimfa L. Bracamonte | Sulpecia L. Ponce | Liwayway S. Viloria | Myrma Jean A. Mendoza | Amabelle A. Embornas

Discipline: Ecology

The World’s Leader in the Palm Oil Industry: Indonesia

Agnes C. Sequiño | Jessica Magallon-avenido


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Elen Rose A. Padua
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PADUA, ELEN ROSE A., ALEW, REDEN G., DUCLAYAN, FREDA P., BUCSIT, MARNEL A., LOPEZ, GEMMA D., & CLOPINO, RONALD P. (2018) Solid Waste Segregation in DMMMSU-North La Union Campus, College of Education. Bachelor in Secondary Education- Major in Biological Sciences. Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University, North La Union Campus, College of Education, Sapilang, Bacnotan, La Union. Adviser: Collado, Violeta A., Ph. D. One of the problems that our nation is currently facing is improper waste management, specifically segregation of solid wastes. Efforts are being made to inform people about the importance of proper waste management and to practice it strictly and properly. This research is anchored on the level of awareness and the extent of implementation of solid wastes segregation, and the most effective strategy in the implementation of solid waste segregation. Descriptive, correlational, and quantitative methods were done using questionnaire and checklists to gather data. The level of awareness and the extent of implementation of proper waste segregation were gathered using a questionnaire, while checklists were used to determine the level of effectiveness of the three strategies utilized in the implementation of proper waste segregation. Based from the computed results (5.59) it showed that respondents were very much aware of the implementation of proper Solid Waste Segregation in the College of Education. However, the computed result for the extent of implementation of the said program (3.05) revealed that the respondents practice segregation of wastes rarely even though they are very much aware of it. The researchers therefore looked for ways to solve the problem. From the value obtained, S3-Orientation was found to be the most effective waste segregation strategy. There is a strong level of awareness in the implementation of Solid Waste Management but was found rarely practiced by individuals. Therefore, orientation is deemed necessary in the implementation of Proper Solid Waste Management. Keywords: awareness, biodegradable, implementation, non-biodegradable, waste segregation