VOLUME 15 NUMBER 2 (July to December 2022)

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SciEnggJ. 2022 15 (2) 181-191
available online: December 31, 2022

*Corresponding author
EEmail Address: bcbrillo@up.edu.ph
Date received: September 03, 2022
Date revised: November 24, 2022
Date accepted: November 26, 2022

ARTICLE

Underlying Cornerstone of Bunot Lake, Palakpakin Lake, and Calibato Lake: Aquaculture Structure, Road Infrastructure, and Legal Easement

Bing Baltazar C. Brillo

Professor of Political Science and Development Studies,
     Institute for Governance and Rural Development,
     College of Public Affairs and Development,
     University of the Philippines Los Ban͂os
Bunot Lake, Palakpakin Lake, and Calibato Lake are the most problematic obstacle among the Seven Crater Lakes, and the Aquaculture Structure, Road Infrastructure, and Legal Easement are the compulsory requirements between the maar lakes. Notably, the three crater lakes remain less tangible deliberately in the conservation and tourism development, while the three rudimentary factors are indispensable in directionally improving the small lake’s conditions. This article examines Bunot Lake, Palakpakin Lake, and Calibato Lake and comprehends the Aquaculture Structure, Road Infrastructure, and Legal Easement concepts. It embraces qualitative and subjective study to look into and understand the three determined concepts. The arrangement and limitation, accessibility, and littoral zone’s unresolved obstacles are still elusive, comparable, and ongoing in the three crater lakes, but each one is imperative currently. In essence, these central factors are about balancing the aquaculture over-expansion and tourism augmentation on the small lakes. Overall, the three maar lakes and their three features are complemented, reciprocated, and supplemented by the lake’s restoration and the aquaculture-tourism nexus.

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