Environmental Change & Management Resource Book

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Environmental Change & Management

This unit “Environmental Change and Management” is suitable for students in the early to middle years of high school.

It contains informational outlines, word finds, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, true/false activities and extended writing or research tasks.

It is a supplementary educational resource for junior high school courses on Geography, Physical Geography, Earth Sciences and Australian Curriculum Geography.

It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.

It is formatted in a “Blackline Master” PDF format, which facilitates printing.

It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.


Pps: 112




Functions of the Natural Environment

Importance of the Natural Environment

Human Induced Environmental Changes

Types and Extent of Environmental Changes

Effects of Climate Change

World Views on the Environment

ATSI Views on the Environment

ATSI Land Management

Australian Environmental Land Management

Coasts Study

Investigative Study: The Great Barrier Reef

Investigative Study: The Coral Triangle


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