2008 August, Students, Year 2008

Dennis T. Buena, PHILIPPINES

Dennis T. Buena

Masters Program

E-mail: dennisbuena@yahoo.com


Mr. Dennis T. Buena is working as a Remote Sensing Technologist II since 2003 in National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, Department of Environment and Natural Resources. He did his Bachelors in Forestry from De la Salle Arneta University in 1999. He is currently doing his research for Master’s degree in “Mayon Volcano Lahar Hazard and Risk Assessment Using Geospatial Technology: A case study in the Municipality of Daraga, Province of Albay, Philippines.”

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