Doan Van Tuyen from the Institute of Geological Sciences of the Vietnamese Academy of Science and Technology.
What does IGS stand for?
IGS stands for Institute of Geological Sciences
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- Informatics Graduate School (UK)
- Information Gas Station (Helsinki, Finland)
- Information Gateway Services (Internet service provder; Canada)
- Information Gathering Satellite (Japan)
- Information Generation System
- Inner Glide Slope
- Innovative Gas Systems
- Inspection Général des Services (French police)
- Institute for Global Studies
- Institute of General Semantics
- Institute of Governmental Studies
- Institute of the Good Shepherd (est. 2006)
- Institutional Grants Scheme (Australia)
- Integrated Gaming System
- Integrated Gateway Server (Cisco)
- Integrated Geo Systems (computational architecture)
- Integrated Graphics System
- Interactive Graphics Subsystem
- Intergraph Government Solutions (Madison, AL)
- Intermediate General Support
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The project harnesses the technologies and management services of disaster risk reduction activities offered by the DOST through the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA), the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS), and the DOST-Advanced Science and Technology Institute in partnership with the UP National Institute of Geological Sciences and the UP College of Engineering.
The Governor also mentioned the locally available natural resources as potential means for socio-economic development of the people and said that the adjacent region has got many hidden treasures including gas, oil and international companies are bidding for their exploration rights and the KUST should also establish an institute of Geological Sciences on its main campus for manpower development.
The quakes, tectonic in origin, had nothing to do with the eruption of a recently discovered undersea volcano, the Kawio Barat, Mahar Lagmay, associate professor at the University of the Philippines National Institute of Geological Sciences, told the Inquirer.