Gil S. Jacinto, Ph.D.
Professor 


Education:
Ph.D. Marine Chemistry 
University of Liverpool, U.K.

Research Interests: 
Seawater and Sediment Geochemistry, Eutrophication and Hypoxia 

Selected Publications:

Students:

Ph.D. Students

Rhia Odessa Gonzales  

Katherine Escalona

MS Students

Diovanni De Jesus

Renmar Jun S. Martinez

Eznairah Jeung G. Narida

Al Jayson G. Songcuan


Graduated Advisees (past 10 years):

Ph.D. Students

Anacleto Nañola

Dissertation Topic: Diversity, distribution and ecology of Philippine reef fishes (2012)

 

Richard Muallil

Dissertation Topic: On sustainability of small-scale fisheries in the Philippines (2014)


Samuel Mamauag

Dissertation Topic: (2010)


Rommel Seronay

Dissertation Topic: Biogeography, community structure and fisheries of turrid snails in the Philippines (2013)

MS Students

Rollan Geronimo

Thesis: Trophic dynamics of the Santiago Island Reef slope (Pangasinan, Pangasinan) (2009)


Kareen Vicentuan

Thesis: Effects of fragmentation and transplantation on reproduction in Acropora muricata and Hydnophora rigida (2008)


Karen Lou Francisco

Thesis: Spatial and temporal characterization of benthic interactions in disturbance-mediated coral reef communities of Palawan (2007)

 

Maria Vanessa Baria

Thesis: Coral recruitment and larval rearing for reef restoration (2008)


Ma. Celina Añonuevo

Thesis: Spatial variation on coral bleaching and recovery in the shallow water reefs of Bacuit Bay, El Nido Palawan after the 2010 mass bleaching event (2013)

 

Norievill Espana

Thesis: Coral community structure of Talim Bay, Lian, Batangas, Philippines (2012)

 

Katrina Luzon

Thesis: Phylogenetic relationships in the Genus Euphyllia (Scleractinia: Euphyllidae) (2011)


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