To provide a case study investigating the Wambelong 2013 fire in the biosphere, to illustrate how an understanding of biophysical processes contributes to sustainable management in the Warrumbungle National Park and surrounding environments.
The investigation will include:
Identification and explanation of the key biophysical processes, which relate to the issue.
Scale of operation.
Interactions with other components of the biophysical environment.
The sensitivity of the biophysical environment to change.
The importance of understanding key biophysical processes for effective management.
Biophysical interaction program cost
DET Schools $10 per student (GST free) + $1.10 for Warrumbungle National Park day entry
Non-DET Schools $15 per student (GST free) + $1.10 for Warrumbungle National Park day entry
We acknowledge and respect the Gamilaroi people, the traditional owners and custodians of this region.
We honour their cultural, spiritual, and emotional connection to this land.
We also acknowledge the other Indigenous nations and people whose traditional home this land is.
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