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The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio
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The coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion | Biocity Studio

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Over the past two hundred years Europeans have had a negative impact on Cumberland Plain Woodland Forest. This presentation discusses the coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the …

Over the past two hundred years Europeans have had a negative impact on Cumberland Plain Woodland Forest. This presentation discusses the coexistence of biodiversity and built environments of the Sydney Basin Bioregion and solutions for the future.

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    • 1. ‘biodiversity’<br />“biodiversity is the variety of all life forms: different plants, animals, the genes they contain and the ecosystems in which they live”<br />
    • 2. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />What does biodiversity include in relation to Sydney?<br /><ul><li>Plant Communities
    • 3. Fauna
    • 4. Ocean and Harbour
    • 5. Waterways & Tributaries
    • 6. Wetlands</li></li></ul><li>Aboriginal Influence on Biodiversity<br />Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br /><ul><li> the use of fire and its effect on species diversity</li></li></ul><li>European Influence on Biodiversity“the last 200 years”<br />Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Source: Benson,D & Howell,J. 1990 <br />
    • 7. Sydney Basin Bioregion<br />Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Source: www.environment.nsw.gov.au<br />
    • 8. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Sydney Metropolitan Area<br />Source: www.metrostrategy.nsw.gov.au<br />
    • 9. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Source: Benson,D & Howell,J. 1990 <br />
    • 10. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Biodiversity as a resource for Sydney?<br /><ul><li> Food
    • 11. Water
    • 12. Tourism
    • 13. Industrial Goods
    • 14. Building Materials
    • 15. Medicinal Products
    • 16. Ethics?</li></ul>Source: Geosage.com<br />
    • 17. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Cumberland Plain Woodland“a community under threat”<br />North-West Development Sector<br />From this...<br />to this...?<br />South-West Development Sector<br />Source: www.forest.nsw.gov<br />
    • 18. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Education and Awareness<br />Source: Sydney Morning Herald, December 2008<br />
    • 19. Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br /><ul><li> Can we reverse the damage now or into the future?
    • 20. Can their be a sustainable co-existence between Biodiversity and the Built Environment of Sydney?
    • 21. Are the laws and planning framework sufficient? </li></li></ul><li>Biodiversity by Geoff Duggan and Mark Santangelo<br />Bibliography<br /> <br />Benson, D.H. 2009, 14th January. Personal Phone Interview. Senior Plant Ecologist of Botanic Gardens Trust, Sydney.<br /> <br />Benson, D.H. & Howell, J. 1990, Taken for granted, Kangaroo Press in association with the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.<br /> <br />Flannery, T. 2003. ‘Beautiful lies - population and environment in Australia’, Quarterly Essay, Black Inc., Melbourne.<br /> <br />Flannery, T. 1994, The future eaters, Reed New Holland, Sydney.<br />http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/bioregions/SydneyBasin-Biodiversity.htm<br />https://www.wilderness.org.au/articles/cycle<br />http://www.metrostrategy.nsw.gov.au/dev/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=81&languageId=1&contentId=557<br />http://sydney.cma.nsw.gov.au/<br />http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/<br />http://www.anra.gov.au/<br />Nature Conservation Council of NSW, viewed 13th January 2009 http://nccnsw.org.au/index.php<br />

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