Paciencia P. Milan

Professor Emeritus

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(053335-2626

  • Biology
  • Vertebrate Ecology
  • Pest Management
  • Environmental Education and Biology
DegreeSchoolYear Graduated
PhD in Biology/Vertebrate Ecology and Pest Bowling Green State University1985
MS in Biology/EntomologyUniversity of San Carlos1977
BS in ZoologyUniversity of San Carlos1967

A. Schulte, 2002. Rainforestation Farming: Option for rural development and biodiversity conservation in the humid tropics of Southeast Asia: Review of major issues on community-based rehabilitation silviculture and guide to recommended native tree species for the Visayas, Philippines. (Goeltenboth and Milan eds.) Shaker Verlag. 312pp. M

Margraf, J., M. Voggesberger and P. P. Milan. 1996. Limnology of Ifugao Rice Terraces, Philippines Perspectives in Tropical Limnology. P.305-319. F. Schiemer and K. T Boland (eds). SPB Academic Publishing, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Milan, P. P. and J. Margraf, 1998. A System’s Approach to Biodiversity Management: A Concept for Southeast Asian Forest Areas. Proc. Of the International Symposium on sustainable Management of Tropical Forests. China Forestry Publishing House. 227-237pp.

Ceniza, M. J. C., Milan, P. P. and O. M. Acabal. 1999. Arthropod communities in selected dipterocarp trees in rainforestation sites in Baybay, Leyte, Philippines. Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Tropical Ecology: Aspects of ecosystems management in tropical Asia. ViSCA-GTZ Applied Tropical Ecology Program Publications, 65-74pp.

Milan, P. P. and Margaf and M. J. Bande. 1999. Harvests from rainforestation: Economic and cultural aspects of environmental farming. Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied Tropical Ecology: Aspects of ecosystems management in tropical Asia. ViSCA-GTZ Applied Tropical Ecology Program Publications. 65-74pp.