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Habitat assessments and ecological fieldwork skills

Consider the biotic and abiotic elements of the Banksia woodland ecosystem. Participate in a habitat assessment using fieldwork skills, survey an area of the Kings Park bushland and collect reliable data. Become familiar with scientific methods such as quadrats, plant Identication and digital herbariums. Discuss the importance of restoration ecology in monitoring a site pre and post human activity. Understand the application for Ecologists in the Biodiversity Conservation Centre.

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Examining Ecosystems program

Tags: Year level: 7,8,9,10
Stream: STEM
WA Curriculum links: Humanities and Social Sciences,Mathematics,Science,Technologies
Program type: School program
Maximum duration: 90 minutes

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