Guillermo Q. Tabios, III

Rank:                         Professor
Position:                    Director, National Hydraulic Research Center (NHRC)
Academic Group:        Water Resources Engineering Group (Group Head)
Contact Info:
Office Address:          Director's Office, NHRC
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Research Interests: Stochastic and Computational Hydrology and Hydraulics; Water Resources Systems Engineering


Ph. D. Civil Engineering (Hydrology and Water Resources), 1984
Colorado State University, USA 

MS Land and Water Resources Engineering, 1979
University of the Philippines Los Baños

BS Agricultural Engineering, 1977
University of the Philippines Los Baños


Tabios, G.Q. III (2007). Influence of storm rainfall movement on watershed sediment yield, Journal of Hydrologic Environment, IHES, December, Vol. 3 (1), pp. 31-40.

Tabios, G.Q. III (2007). Reservoir sedimentation and operations study using a two-dimensional hydraulic model, Journal of Hydrologic Environment, IHES, December, Vol. 3 (1), pp. 41-50.

Tabios, G.Q. III (2008). Two-dimensional hydraulic model with mobile bed for dam-break problems, Journal of Hydrologic Environment, IHES, Vol. 4, no.1, December, Vol. 4 (1), pp. 17-25.

Daniell, T.M. and G.Q. Tabios III (2008). Rainfall intensity duration frequency (IDF) analysis for the Asia Pacific Region, Asian Pacific FRIEND, IHP-VII Technical Documents in Hydrology, No. 2, UNESCO Office, Jakarta, Indonesia, November.

Tabios, G.Q. III (2008). Hydrology and ecology-related aspects of managing the Agusan Marsh, In Proc of First Scientific Conference on the Agusan Marsh, Published by UNESCO Jakarta Office and Philippine Council for Aquatic and Marine Research and Development, pp.21-31.

Tabios, G.Q. III (2009). Water resources management, Philippine science compendium (engineering and industrial research), National Research Council of the Philippines.

Tabios, G.Q. III (2009). Contributing Writer, Sustainable civil engineering: harmonizing infrastructure development with the environment, Kusakabe, O. et al. (eds), The University of the Philippines Press and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.