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  • Can you count how many they are?

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - April 16, 2010 at 13:09 2 comments
    View of the night sky from the Water Watch Campsite.

    Astronomers say that on a clear, moonless night in a place far away from city lights, you should be able to see about 2000 stars. The darker the skies, the more stars you can see. Astronomers have ca... Read more >

  • Day 4 in pictures

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - April 15, 2010 at 11:12 2 comments

    Here are some images on our 4th day on camp:

    The Water Watch team.

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    Pioneering plant species establish in what used to be a river bed.
    Molluscs on dried up river beds.
    Dumagat fishnets now exposed.
    A Water Watch volunteer marks the water level at 5 pm, Apri...
  • Water Watch: Day 4

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - April 15, 2010 at 10:31 1 comment

    The water level in Angat Dam breached the 180 meter above sea level (masl) critical point at around 3pm on April 13, and we got word that it finally made the news headlines this morning.

    A news crew from the GMA network, led by reporter Cesar Apolinari... Read more >

  • Water Watch: Day 3

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - April 14, 2010 at 13:56 12 comments

    14 April 2010

    Dried up water tributary.

    It’s the third day here at the Greenpeace Water Watch Camp in Angat Dam. The night before had been a very clear, starry evening, unlike the previous drizzly night, but the day saw a spectacularly hot summer sun al... Read more >

  • Water Watch: Day 2

    Blogpost by Chuck Baclagon - April 14, 2010 at 7:56 2 comments
    One of the volunteers waterproofing the camp.

    Early this morning our sleep was cut short by what started out as a drizzle of rain that suddenly became a shower that caught us all by surprise. Read more >

    Our day started with putting things under the makeshift she...

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