Resolving an Ecosystem at Risk at the North Narrabeen

2018 05 04 yr12 geography excursion web 06On Thursday 3rd May, the Year 12 Geography went to North Narrabeen Beach to investigate an ecosystem at risk. Students learnt about the history of North Narrabeen Beach and the interactions of biophysical processes which determine the sand dune ecosystem. Students then constructed a transect of the North Narrabeen sand dune. Using a range of fieldwork equipment, they described various changes along the transect including temperature, wind speed, wind direction, vegetation type and light. Students will then process this data in class to use in their upcoming Trial HSC Exam. Teachers involved: Mr Mark G Swainson, Mr Matthew Pearson and Mr Patrick Lai.

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