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Reef beat education series: threats to the Reef

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Title: Reef beat education series: threats to the Reef
Authors: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Series/Report no.: Reef Beat education series
Abstract: The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority's 2016 Reef Beat education series: Threats to Reef, explores five key threats to the Reef: climate change, coastal development, land-based run-off, impacts of fishing and marine debris. The activity book is broken down into two sections. The first section covers each key threat to the Reef and includes: •background information for teachers explaining each threat to the Reef, how it affects the Reef and what students can do •links to the Reef Beat video series, science curriculum units and other resources for further background information •a profile of a GBRMPA expert and a transcript of an interview snippet with each expert to be used in comprehension activities. The second section of the activity book is broken down into six activities which can be completed for each of the threats to the Reef. Activity worksheets can be photocopied for students to complete.
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ReefBeat-Threats-to-the-Reef-activity-book-v2.pdfActivity Book - PDF1.45 MBAdobe PDFThumbnail
Reef-Beat-Climate-Change-720.mp4Climate Change Video - MP4451.14 MBMP4 VideoView/Open
Reef-Beat-Costal-Development-720.mp4Coastal Development Video - MP4327.93 MBMP4 VideoView/Open
Reef-Beat-Impacts-of-Fishing-Clip-720.mp4Impacts of Fishing Video - MP4356.73 MBMP4 VideoView/Open
Reef-Beat-Land-Based-Run-off-720.mp4Land-based Run-off Video - MP4257.87 MBMP4 VideoView/Open
Reef-Beat-Marine-Debris-720.mp4Marine Debris Video - MP4442.61 MBMP4 VideoView/Open

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