EnP 2018 Set 14 - CLUP Vol. 2 Part 1

  1. Shows certain fundamental information such as rivers, roads and political boundaries on which additional, specialized data can be compiled. Provides the standard configuration of the planning unit and thus serves as the working map for the preparation of the thematic maps
    Base Map
  2. Refer to the annual catch limits allowed to be taken, gathered or harvested from any fishing area in consideration of the need to prevent overfishing and harmful depletion of breeding stocks of aquatic organisms
    Catch Ceilings
  3. The taking of fishery species by passive or active gear for trade, business or profit beyond subsistence or sports fishing
    Commercial Fishing
  4. Fishing with passive or active gear utilizing fishing vessels of 3.1 gross tons (GT) up to twenty (20)
    Small scale commercial fishing
  5. Fishing utilizing active gears and vessels of 20.1 GT up to one hundred fifty (150) GT
    Medium scale commercial fishing
  6. Fishing utilizing active gears and vessels of more than one hundred fifty (150) GT
    Large scale commercial fishing
  7. A people-centered early warning system necessarily comprises four (4) key elements
    • knowledge of the risks;
    • monitoring, analysis and forecasting of the hazards;
    • communication or dissemination of alerts and warnings;
    • and local capabilities to respond to the warnings received.
  8. that warning systems need to span all steps from hazard detection to community response.
    “end-to-end warning system”
  9. The degree to which the elements at risk are likely to experience hazard events of different magnitudes.
    Exposure
  10. Fine Mesh Net
    Net with mesh size of less than three centimeters (3 cm.) measured between two (2) opposite knots of a full mesh when stretched
  11. A general term more commonly used among marine practitioners to encompass both Fishery Refuge and Sanctuaries and Fishery Reserves under RA 8550
    Marine Protected Area’ or MPA
  12. A designated area where fishing or other forms of activities which may damage the ecosystem of the area is prohibited and human access maybe restricted
    Fishery Refuge and Sanctuaries
  13. A designated area where activities are regulated and set aside for educational and research
    Fishery Reserve
  14. Measures the strength of shaking produced by the earthquake at a certain location; determined from effects on people, human structures, and the natural environment
    Intensity
  15. Measures the energy released at the source of the earthquake; determined from measurements on seismographs
    Magnitude
  16. The largest average quantity of fish that can be harvested from a fish stocks/resource within a period of time (e.g. one year) on a sustainable basis under existing environmental conditions
    Sustainable Yield (MSY)
  17. Species of Marine fishes which migrate to freshwater areas to spawn
    Anadromous species
  18. Species of Freshwater fishes which migrate to marine areas to spawn.
    Catadromous species
  19. A process whereby all concerned parties collect and analyze disaster risks information, in order to make appropriate plans and implement concrete actions to reduce and/or eliminate disaster risks that will adversely affect their lives. It is both a dialogue and a negotiated process involving those at risk, authorities and other stakeholders
    Participatory Disaster Risk Assessment (PDRA)
  20. The maximum harvest allowed to be taken during a given period of time from any fishery area, or from any fishery species or group of fishery species, or a combination of area and species and normally would not exceed the MSY
    Total Allowable Catch (TAC)
  21. CLUP Sectoral Mapping Sequence
    GHRU - LOPI

    • General information/features
    • Habitats
    • Resources
    • Uses
    • livelihood
    • opportunities
    • Problems
    • issues and conflicts
  22. Environmentally Critical Areas (12)
    • National Parks (Declared)
    • Potential Tourist Spots
    • Endangered Habitats
    • Historical, Archeological, Geological, Scientific
    • Tribe Lands
    • Hard Hit by Natural Clamities
    • Critical Slope
    • Recharge Areas
    • Water Body
    • Mangrove
    • Corals
  23. The goal of incorporating climate change adaptation and mitigation and disaster risk reduction into the CLUP
    To be able to regulate and control physical development to reduce casualties and damage from discrete hazard events as well as minimize the negative impacts of slow-onset hazard events.
  24. An Indonesian term, sometimes called mudflows or volcanic debris flows, are mowing mixtures of volcanic debris and water
    Lahar
  25. CLUP and Zoning Ordinance Goals (6)
    • Prevent future development in areas highly susceptible to hazards;
    • Keep land use intensity, buildings value, and occupancy to a minimum in areas where development cannot be prevented;
    • Encourage risk mitigation through proper urban design, site planning, and building design in areas where the above strategies are not viable and development occurs;
    • Protect life and existing development from losses;
    • Conserve protective environmental systems;
    • Prevent future development from creating conditions that contribute to risk
  26. (7) Guide Questions for Discussion and Analysis
    • What are the hazards;
    • What are the infrastructure facilities;
    • In past hazard events, what was the nature and extent of damage
    • What conditio
    • ns contribute to the vulnerability; how were the other sectors affected;
    • How sector can be improved;
    • What new
  27. May result in loss of life and total property damage; mitigation measures may be beyond capacity to implement
    High Risk
  28. Low to high severity of impact; may result in injury, displacement and partial property damage; mitigation measures are within capacity to implement
    Moderate Risk
  29. May result in minor inconvenience and property damage; mitigation measures are within capacity to implement
    Low Risk
  30. Forest Management Bureau (FMB) Technical Bulletin No. 2
    -  “the FLUP provides direction to the LGUs, DENR and other stakeholders in managing FFL within their area of responsibility within the context of Sustainable Forest Management (SFM), biodiversity management, vulnerability assessment/ climate change adaptation, disaster risk reduction and management and the reduction of emissions from deforestation and forest degradation.”
  31. The FLUP shall be conducted by
    the planning team/TWG under the guidance of the DENR Regional Office.
  32. The forest land use planning includes four major steps
    • 1) data gathering, mapping, and validation;
    • 2) situational analysis;
    • 3) forests and forestlands zoning and;
    • 4) strategic direction setting and investment planning.
  33. For irrigation, water requirement per hectare at 60 days at 2 croppings is projected at
    1 liter per second
  34. Are areas of marsh or land saturated with water that are natural or artificial, permanent or temporary, static or flowing, fresh, brackish or salt. They include areas of marine water with a depth not exceeding 6 meters at low tide
    Wetlands
  35. Recommended to have at least ___%  of the municipal water areas to be designated as MPA.
    15%
  36. These fish taxa are highly mobile and migratory, it would be less likely that they will be affected by land use impacts.
    Pelagic types (e.g. tuna, mackerel, roundscad)
  37. These fish taxa are Mostly associated with nearshore habitats (e.g. coral reefs, seagrass beds, and mangrove areas). Highly vulnerable to land use impacts.
    Demersal fishes
  38. Each square kilometer of good coral reef can sustainably supply how much tons of fish per year
    1-19 tons of fish per year.
  39. No extraction, removal, and/or disposition of materials shall likewise be allowed in offshore areas within _____ from coast and _____ from the mean low tide level along the beach.
    five hundred (500) meters distance from the coast and two hundred (200) meters from the mean low tide level along the beach.
  40. Rank of Philippines among all countries in terms of diversity in plant species and fourth in terms of bird endemism
    The Philippines ranks fifth
  41. Percent of the Philippines’ wildlife are endemic to the country.
    49% (25 genera of plants)
  42. Three countries that have the highest coral, seagrass and reef fish diversity in the world
    Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia
  43. According to  BMB, 2009 the Philippines inland waters host at least  how many endemic freshwater species
    121
  44. Fraction of national and natural parks in the country are occupied by human settlements
    2/3
  45. Fraction of national and natural parks in the country in degraded conditions due to cultivation of agricultural crops and conversion to other non-forest land uses
    1/3
  46. Number of proclaimed protected areas
    240 Protected Areas (PAs)
  47. Number of proclaimed terrestrial protected areas covering an area of 2.20 million hectares
    84
  48. Number of proclaimed marine protected areas with a total area of 1.37 million hectares
    29
  49. Number of PAs that have specific laws designating them as part of the NIPAS
    13
  50. Sites that contribute significantly to the global persistence of biodiversity. They either include globally-threatened biodiversity (ecosystems, species or genes), restricted-range biodiversity, and/or outstanding ecological processes (e.g. where a species comes together to reproduce)
    Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs)
  51. Salt-water areas below the shoreline less than 140 meters deep; the marine waters where we fish and glean (groupers/lapulapu, shellfish, and the like), the seagrass beds, coral reefs and atolls that line coasts in tropical waters and buffer our coastlines
    Marine Shallow
  52. Salt-water areas below the shoreline more than 140 meters deep; where we fish round scad (galunggong), tuna, etc. and transport our goods over.
    Marine Deep
  53. Sectoral studies are basically diagnostic in approach. They are geared towards the following:
    • a) Identifying the issues prevailing in the sector, and analyzing their causes and effects and/or implications;
    • b) Establishing the potentials and development needs of the sector; and
    • c) Determining the spatial requirements of the sector. The spatial requirements refer to the qualitative and quantitative location and area requirements of the identified facilities and infrastructure needed by the sector under study in order to meet
  54. Literally translated from the Greek language, the term demography means
    description of the people.
  55. Eight Core Indicators (demography)
    • Fertility Rate,
    • Crude Birth Rate (CBR)
    • Crude Death Rate (CDR)
    • Annual Population Growth Rate
    • Labor Force Participation Rate by Sex
    • Unemployment Rate, Total and Sex
    • Average Family Income
    • Literacy Rate By Sex
  56. Refers to the number of births divided by the midyear population, usually expressed in terms of thousands. It is the simplest and most commonly used index of fertility
    Crude Birth Rate (CBR)
  57. Refers to the occurrence of deaths in a population. The incidence of death is related to many actors like age, sex, occupation, economic and social class. while fertility represents additions to the population and results in the restoration of the population, mortality represents an attrition or reduction in numbers
    Mortality
  58. There are three basic methods in projecting the future level of population, namely
    • Mathematical method
    • Economic method
    • Component or cohort-survival method
  59. estimates the future population using mathematical formulas such as the geometric rate, exponential growth rate and in some cases the participation rate or the ratio and proportion method.
    Mathematical method
  60. considering that population growth is closely related to changing economic circumstances, the future population can also be projected in terms of future economic conditions. This method depends on a projection of the future employment opportunities or job-population ratios in the future
    - Economic method
  61. Projects the future population by various demographic components such as age and sex using information on births, deaths, and migration
    Component or cohort-survival method
  62. This method simply uses ratio or percent share of a particular segment of population to total population using actual/latest census data. This when applied to projected population will provide disaggregated projections such as population per barangay, dependent population, labor force population, population per age group, and others as may be needed for planning purposes
    Participation Rate (PR) Method
  63. NSCB Resolution No.14
    Adoption of the Core Indicators for Population and Development (PopDev) Planning at the Local Level
  64. Refers to the live births that occur within a population. The production of live births is connected with many factors like the start of cohabitation, use of contraception, infant and child mortality and pregnancy wastage. Fertility varies with the characteristics of the mother like educational or occupational status and the like
    Fertility
  65. The speed at which a population is increasing in a given period as a result of the interaction of the natural demographic processes of births and deaths. This is the difference between the crude birth rate (CBR) and crude death rate (CDR). This is actually population increase per 1,000 persons in a population
    Rate of Natural Increase (RNI)
  66. The number of deaths under one (1) year of age per 1,000 live births in a given year
    Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)
  67. Refers to the number of women who die as a result of complications of childbearing and childbirth in a given year per 100,000 live births in that year
    Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR)
  68. Resolution for Adoption of the Operational Definition of Urban Areas in the Philippines -
    NSCB Resolution No. 9 Series of 2003
  69. If a barangay has a population size of ____ or more, then a barangay is considered urban

    *NSCB
    5,000
  70. If a barangay has at least one establishment with a minimum of ___ employees, a barangay is considered urban

    *NSCB
    100
  71. If a barangay has ___ or more establishments with a minimum of ___ employees, and ___ or more facilities within the ____ -kilometer radius from the barangay hall, then a barangay is considered urban.

    *NSCB
    5, 10,5, 2
  72. All barangays in the National Capital Region be automatically classified as

    *NSCB
    urban
  73. The NSO adopted the Operational Definition of Urban Areas in the Philippines - NSCB Resolution No. 9 Series of 2003  in the  Census of Population (PopCen) of what year
    2005
  74. The DepEd target student-teacher and student-classroom ratio by 2010 in the elementary level
    1:35
  75. The DepEd target student-teacher and student-classroom ratio by 2010 in the high school level
    1:40
  76. Pre-School site must have a minimum lot area of
    500 square meters.
  77. Pre-School area may be divided into a minimum of how many meters for the playground
    140 square meters.
  78. 140 square meters Pre-School playground is good for how many classes
    not more than 4 classes
  79. Space for playground must be provided, otherwise, easy and safe access to the nearest part of open space from school site may be presented as an alternative, how near should this be
    not more than 200 meters walking distance
  80. Pre-School Classroom size per child should be
    1 ½ square meter per child.
  81. Recommended Distances Expressed in Travel Time on Foot or Kilometers from residential zones to the police station
    5 minutes travel time.
  82. Recommended Distances Expressed in Travel Time on Foot or Kilometers from residential zones to From the fire station
    3 to 5 minutes travel time.
  83. Recommended Distances Expressed in Travel Time on Foot or Kilometers from residential zones to From the garbage or disposal area
    5 to 10 km or 15 to 20 minutes travel time of garbage truck.
  84. General zoning map color for areas that are Built-up
    Yellow
  85. General zoning map color for areas that are Agricultural
    Green
  86. General zoning map color for areas that are Forest
    Dark Green
  87. General zoning map color for areas that are Mining/Quarrying
    Brown
  88. General zoning map color for areas that are Grassland/Pasture
    Dark green
  89. General zoning map color for areas that are Agro-Industrial -
    Violet
  90. General zoning map color for areas that are Tourism
    Red
  91. Zoning Color Coding for Residential R1/R2/R3
    Lighter / Light / Yellow
  92. Zoning Color Coding for Commercial C1/C2/C3
    Lighter / Light / Red
  93. Zoning Color Coding for Institutional Gl
    blue
  94. Zoning Color Coding for Institutional Sl
    sky blue
  95. Zoning Color Coding for Industrial I 1
    light violet
  96. Zoning Color Coding for Industrial I 2
    violet
  97. Zoning Color Coding for Industrial I 3
    royal blue
  98. Zoning Color Coding for Infrastructure
    Green
  99. Zoning Color Coding tourism
    Orange
  100. Zoning Color Coding Land fill
    Black
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EnP 2018 Set 14 - CLUP Vol. 2 Part 1
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CLUP Vol. 2Part 1
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