Oriental Mindoro , Mindoro , Province of Oriental Mindoro, Official Website of Oriental Mindoro

Land & Natural Resources

A. LAND AREA BY MUNICIPALITY

Municipality

Land Area (sqkm)

% to Total

1st District

Naujan

528.00

12.10

San Teodoro

369.10

8.46

Victoria

286.00

6.55

Calapan City

265.20

6.08

Baco

241.70

5.54

Puerto Galera

223.51

5.12

Socorro

149.40

3.42

Pola

130.20

2.98

2nd District

Mansalay

513.10

11.76

Bongabong

498.20

11.41

Bulalacao

305.11

6.99

Pinamalayan

277.30

6.35

Bansud

260.00

5.96

Gloria

230.80

5.29

Roxas

87.10

1.99

TOTAL

4,364.72

100.00

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B. LAND CLASSIFICATION STATISTICS

Land Classification Statistics

 

Area in Hectares

Certified Alienable and Disposable Land

Forest Land

     Unclassified

     Classified

 

 

 

148

213,429

 

222,895

213,577

Total

 

436,472

*Source: Philippine Forestry Statistics, 2015
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C. GEOGRAPHICAL ZONE SURFACES

Coastal Areas

342.45 km

Lake Areas

81.28 sq. km

Riparian areas, rich fertile valleys and mountainous areas

89% of its total land mass

D. MINERAL RESOURCES

 1. Location of Metallic Mineral Resources

Mineral Commodity

Location

Gold

Baco (Dulangan and Binaybay), Puerto Galera

Copper

Naujan (San Andres), Socorro, Bongabong (Acliang and Pajo)

Chromite

Gloria (Banus 1 & 2), Bansud

Nickel

Bansud, Bongabong, Victoria

Iron

Baco (Binaybay), Puerto Galera (Balatero)

Marble

San Teodoro

   *Source: Mines & Geosciences Bureau, 2011 and Environment and Natural Resources Office, 2016

 2. Non-Metallic Minerals (Gravel and Sand)

City/ Municipality

Total [cu.m.]

Total Value

(Php)         

City/ Municipality

Total [cu.m.]

Total Value

(Php)         

First District

   

Second District

   

Baco

22,000

440,457.50

Gloria

51,000

762,567.50

Calapan City

30,250

414,482.50

Bongabong

200,250

3,188,530.00

Naujan

446,220

6,046,418.00

Roxas

51,250

705,637.50

Victoria

76,000

1,133,840.00

Mansalay

4,250

93,406.50

Socorro

4,500

106,725.00

Bulalacao

250

11,720.00

Pinamalayan

34,750

454,857.50

Bansud

2,000

32,050.00

Total

578,970

8,141,923.00

Total

343,750

5,248,769.00

   *Source: Provincial Treasury Office, 2016












 

 E. FOREST COVER

Forest Cover of MIMAROPA (By Province, Area in Hectares) December 31, 2010

PROVINCE

CLOSED FOREST

OPEN FOREST

MANGROVE

TOTAL FOREST

Marinduque

0

12,255

2,877

15,132

Occidental Mindoro

1,968

101,424

1,594

104,986

Oriental Mindoro

5,301

77,731

3,949

86,981

Palawan

86,877

541,590

63,821

692,288

Romblon

3,664

11,529

1,084

16,277

MIMAROPA

97,810

744,530

73,324

915,664

   *Source: Source: DENR-Forest Management Bureau
http://forestry.denr.gov.ph/index.php/forest-cover-region4b

 F. COASTAL RESOURCES

 1. Coastal Resources Map of Oriental Mindoro

12121

2. Major Species Commonly Caught

-Tanigue, tambakol, malasugi, mamsa, lapu-lapu, galunggong, tuna, herrings, hasa-hasa, kalapato, caranx, dalagang-bukid, alumahan, bisugo, samaral, anchovies, sardines

3. Minor Species other than Fish

- Squid, shrimp, prawn, octopus, mudcrab, shells, lobster, cuttlefish , mussel, oyster, blue crabs, seaweed, sea cucumber

4. Established Marine Protected Areas

Location/ Municipality

Barangay

Name of MPA

Area (has.)

Year Established

Calapan City

Lazareto

Harka Piloto Fish Sanctuary

37.44

2003

 

Silonay

Silonay Mangrove Conservation Area

41.00

2010

San Teodoro

Ilag

Punta Ilag Fish Sanctuary

23.10

2006

 

Tacligan

Tamauyan Reef  Fish Sanctuary

89.37

2006

Puerto Galera

San Antonio

Pto. Galera Fish Sanctuary

4,484.00

2006

Naujan

Sitio Tujod, Herrera

Tujod Fish Sanctuary

30.00

2006

 

Masaguing

Masaguing Fish Sanctuary

16.39

2010

Pola

Bacawan

Bacawan Fish Sanctuary

23.44

2006

 

Puting Cacao

St. John the Baptist Fish Sanctuary

49.38

2010

 

Tagumpay

St. Peter the Rock MPA

25.11

2010

Pinamalayan

Ranzo

Ranzo Fish Sanctuary

16.39

2006

 

Sitio Simboryo, Banilad

Banilad-Simboryo MPA

10.41

2010

 

Sitio Ginapangan, Banilad

Banilad-Ginapangan MPA

10.28

2010

 

Sitio Bulaklak, Pili

Pili Marine Protected Area

24.00

2010

Gloria

Agsalin

Agsalin Fish Sanctuary

80.13

2003

Bansud

Proper Tiguisan

Bansud Fish Sanctuary

45.07

2010

Bongabong

Masaguisi

Masaguisi Fish Sanctuary

21.68

2003

Roxas

Paclasan

Roxas Fish Sanctuary

29.00

2010

Mansalay

Palaypay Cove & Balanga Point, B. Del Mundo

Palaypay Cove Fish Sanctuary

82.79

2006

 

Sta. Brigida

Mansalay Marine Turtle Reserve

934.61*

2008

Bulalacao

Balatasan

Balatasan Fish Sanctuary

179.00

1993

 

Maujao

Maujao Fish Sanctuary

40.00

2009

   *Source: Provincial Agriculture Office, 2012

 5. Area and Percentage of Marine Protected Areas within Municipal Waters





MUNICIPALITY

MUNICIPAL WATERS

MPA (has.)

MPA Percentage

Baco

16,004.16

0

0

Bansud

13,218.54

45.00

0.340

Bongabong

59,250.33

21.68

0.037

Bulalacao

32,112.78

219.00

0.682

Calapan City

26,726.81

78.44

0.293

Gloria

13,684.06

80.13

0.586

Mansalay

22,974.30

84.79

0.369

Naujan

29,619.73

46.39

0.157

Pinamalayan

30,800.53

61.08

0.198

Pola

30,994.38

97.93

0.316

Puerto Galera

13,916.91

4,484

32.220

Roxas

16,965.92

29.00

0.171

San Teodoro

4,520.27

112.47

2.488

Total

310,788.73

5,359.91

0.017

   *Source: Provincial Agriculture Office, 2011