Philippine Geographical Journal Launches Volumes 57, 58 & 59

Is it possible to bring the dormant to life?  Maybe if we’re talking volcanoes, winter seeds, the underground life of cicadas, hibernating Ursus Linnaeus, and yes, the ‘sleeping’ issues of the Philippine Geographical Journal.  PGJ started in 1953 — a few years after the Philippine Geographical Society (PGS) was born — and it kept on publishing articles … More Philippine Geographical Journal Launches Volumes 57, 58 & 59