Students investigate the coastal landscape of Awabakal Nature Reserve and the landforms within it. Students use geographical tools to measure and record data investigating a range of landforms. Students investigate ways people have changed this landscape, the impact of human activities and management strategies.
• Brief introduction and explanation of the day and equipment at Awabakal EEC
• Walk through Awabakal Nature Reserve conducting fieldwork activities.
• Data collection using a range of equipment e.g. GPS, anemometers, hygrometers, clinometers, compass and identification charts
• Survey of human impact, management strategies and stakeholders
• Field sketch
• Discussion of the value of the Nature Reserve and how Aboriginal people manage and protect landscapes.
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