The Barrier Reef World 1st Ed
ISBN : 0 9587840 1 9
Published Date : 01 June 1988
Product Code : F 54P 1988
Format : Free PDF for download
File size 19Mb
Following on from the draft book of 1987 in the archives, this book describes what we used to teach before we went on our reef trips from Benowa SHS.
Wet Paper Publications would like to thank the following for their assistance in the design and trialling of this book:
David Tulip, Jack Marsh, Jim Baker, Dennis Bridger, Brisbane CAE Kelvin Grove Campus, Bill Baumann, Steven Byers, Ann Byrnes, C.S.I.R.O., Carol Clavery, Neville Coleman, Cyril Connell, Department of Harbours and Marine, Tony Failes, Fabian Fay, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Jill Green, Al Greenfield, Steve Hall, Peter Harrison, Shirley Heaney, Rob Heaney, Staff Heaneys Printing Factory, Dianne Hempenstall, Stanna Hodge, John Howard, Ann Kenny, Maran Kilgour, Phil King, David Kopelke, Jack Marsh, Greg Martin, Steve McCabe, John McGregor, Julie McGregor, Barry McGuire, Graham Mitchell, Mark Moffatt, Greg Moffatt, Paula Moffatt, Thelma Moffatt, Trent Moffatt, Victor O'Keiffe, Tony O'Neill, Sue Oats, Jan Oliver, Kirk Petersen, Dave Reid, Kelvin Rodgers, Sea World, Students and Staff of Benowa State High School and Gladstone State High Schools, Ann Summers, Vera Weitsz and Word Works
This booklet was written for the requirements of the
- Senior Multistrand Science Syllabus topic, Ecology, Resource Management, Science for Recreation
- NSW and Vic topics:• Ecology, Conservation and Management, Other Approved Studies.
- It is also written for sections of Senior Geography, Junior Science, Geography or Social Studies, Physical Education or School Enrichment Subject programmes.
Project Reef Ed
Chapter 1 The architect of the reef
Chapter 2 How our reef was formed
Chapter 3 Tides and the reef
Chapter 4 Today's Reefs
Chapter 5 Classroom Projects
Chapter 6 Coral Islands
Chapter 7 Reef Management
This chapter looks at practical ways the reef can be managed by running a school reef trip.
Eg: Students used to have to crawl under spiders webs from their campsite to the beach.