Citations

HOW TO CITE PROJECT NOAH MAPS

General citation for DOST-Project NOAH and component projects:

A.M.F. Lagmay. (2012). Disseminating near real-time hazards information and flood maps in the Philippines through Web-GIS. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 1 (2013), pp. 28-36. ISSN 236
2 7409

A. Duncan, P. Hogarth, E. Paringit, A.M.F. Lagmay. Sharing UK LIDAR and flood mapping experience with the Philippines 73-75. International Conference on Flood Resilience: Experiences in Asia and Europe. 5-7 September 2013. Exeter, United Kingdom.

For particular hazard maps (i.e. Typhoon Haiyan hazard maps):

M.L. Rabonza, R. Felix, I.J.G. Ortiz, I.K.A. Alejandrino, D.T. Aquino, R.C. Eco and A.M.F. Lagmay. (2014). Shallow landslide susceptibility mapping for selected areas in the Philippines severely affected by Supertyphoon Haiyan. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 3 (2014), pp. 55-75. ISSN 2362 7409.

R.N. Eco, D. Aquino, A.M.F. Lagmay, I. Alejandrino, M.K. Alemania, A.A. Bonus, C.M. Escape, R. Felix, P.K. Ferrera, R.C. Gacusan, J.A.M. Galang, F. Llanes, P.K. Luzon, M. Magcamit, K.R. Montalbo, J. Obrique, I.J. Ortiz, C. Quina, M. Rabonza, V. Realino, J.M. Sabado, S. Salvosa, N.L. Timbas. (2014). Preliminary Landslide Hazard Assessment of Leyte Province. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 1 (2014), pp. 10-20. ISSN 2362 7409.

A.M.F. Lagmay, Project NOAH Storm Surge Team. (2014). Devastating Storm Surges of Typhoon Yolanda. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 3 (2014), pp. 82-95. ISSN 2362 7409.

J. Tablazon, A.M.F. Lagmay, M.T. Mungcal, L. Gonzalo, L. Dasallas, J. Briones, J. Santiago, J.K. Suarez, J.P. Lapidez, C.V. Caro., C. Ladiero, V. Malano. (2014). Developing an early warning system for storm surge inundation in the Philippines. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 3 (2014), pp.96-111. ISSN 2362 7409.

J.P., Lapidez, J. K., Suarez, J., Tablazon, L., Dasallas, L.A., Gonzalo, J., Santiago, K.M., Cabacaba, M.M.A., Ramos, A.M.F., Lagmay, V. Malano. (2014). Identification of Storm Surge Vulnerable Areas in the Philippines through Simulations of Typhoon Haiyan-Induced Storm Surge Using Tracks of Historical Typhoons. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File Reports, Vol. 3 (2014), pp. 112-131. ISSN 2362 7409.

17 Comments:

  1. Pamela Paningbatan

    Hi!

    What about the other downloadable files in your site, how should I cite them? For example the files in this link,

    http://downloads.noah.dost.gov.ph/downloads/Landslide%20Hazard%20Maps/Landslide%20Inventory/

    Will I cite this as a typical website reference, or are there specific people that I should cite, aside from Project NOAH? Or should I use the citation that was first mentioned in this post?

    Thanks!

    • Hi Pamela,

      You may use this citation: R.N. Eco, D. Aquino, A.M.F. Lagmay, I. Alejandrino, M.K. Alemania, A.A. Bonus, C.M. Escape, R. Felix, P.K. Ferrera, R.C. Gacusan, J.A.M. Galang, F. Llanes, P.K. Luzon, M. Magcamit, K.R. Montalbo, J. Obrique, I.J. Ortiz, C. Quina, M. Rabonza, V. Realino, J.M. Sabado, S. Salvosa, N.L. Timbas (2014) Preliminary Landslide Hazard Assessment of Leyte Province. DOST-Project NOAH Open-File reports Vol. 1 (2014), No. 5, pp. 10-20, ISSN 2362 7409

      Thanks.

  2. Hi Reynan. This data can be found in DOST PAGASA, which is also the source of the information streamed on the NOAH website. Thank you.

  3. Hi Darie. This data can be found in DOST PAGASA, which is also the source of the information streamed on the NOAH website. The information posted on the NOAH rain gauges and visualized through the rainfall contours are updated so past data is archived. Thank you.

  4. Hi Noli. This data can be found in DOST PAGASA, which is also the source of the information streamed on the NOAH website. The information posted on the NOAH rain gauges and visualized through the rainfall contours are updated so past data is archived. Thank you.

  5. Hi Jackie. This data can be found in DOST PAGASA, which is also the source of the information streamed on the NOAH website. The information posted on the NOAH rain gauges and visualized through the rainfall contours are updated so past data is archived. Thank you.

  6. Hi Mr. Ferrer. Please refer to beta.noah.dost.gov.ph for the relevant landslide hazard map related to your query.

  7. Hi Mr. Guangco. We’re sorry to hear about the error. Unfortunately, this is outside the program’s management of the website. The labels for the Google basemap of the NOAH website can be modified through sending a request to Google. Thank you.

  8. Hi Alfin. Thank you for this information. We have informed DOST-ASTI of this situation and rest assured that it will be resolved.

  9. Hi John.

    You can refer to this section of the blog: http://blog.noah.dost.gov.ph/citations/

    Thanks.

  10. Hello.

    We would be happy to participate and present about DOST Project NOAH in your seminar.

    Kindly send the invitation addressed to Mr. Oscar Victor Lizardo, Chief Science Research Specialist.

    Let us know more about further details so that we can incorporate it in our schedule.

    Thank you.

  11. Hi Noli. Yes, the flood, landslide and storm surge hazard maps for the province of Cavite are available on the NOAH website (http://noah.dost.gov.ph). Thank you.

  12. Good Day!
    How to cite the information on the mainpage of this website?

  13. Hi how should I cite storm surge hazard for zamboanga city?

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