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ecological balance

balance of animals and nature

wolves + Yellowstone

Human impacts on Anartica and threats to the environment - fishing

anartic animals - endangered

bees and balance in environment


    Wolves & the River - YouTube

    Ecology Explained

    What Is Ecology?

    'Ecology is the study of the relationships and connections between living organisms, including humans, and their physical environment.

    Ecology also provides information about the benefits of ecosystems and how we can use Earth's resources in ways that leave the environment healthy for future generations'.

    Click on the above link to scroll down for Common Terms.

    DID YOU KNOW  the lowland Richmond birdwing vine, was the main food source for the BIRDWING BUTTERFLY in an around the banks of Brisbane's southbank?

    What is Ecology?


    The Rewilding Project of wolves in Yellowstone (SBS) (15 Mins)

    Yellowstone National Park Response


    Check out ClickView  (SBS) & the story of" The Elephant Whisperer" 

    Where is the Numbat in Australia?

    Patagonian Toothfish - Environmental impact

    How does the Toothfish protect fish breeding grounds in Australian Waters?

    NEW SCIENTIST - Sometimes culling an animal helps them survive and thrive.

    01 June 2015 by Peter Abrams

    • Magazine issue 3023.


      Online Bibliography and Referencing tools


      ClickView Suggestions

      Fish Sustainability (23 Mins) 1997

      1- Fish ecology, salmon and other species 2- Fishing industry, East and West coast. The decline of the Cod and the reasons. 3- Sustainability. 4- Fight for resources.


      BCRC Books

      Habitat - Pryor, K. J.
      Call Number: 577.27 PRY


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