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  1. 1. Before we start our site visit, our FNBE lecturer MissDelliya was giving us some briefing about our site visit.And also we get the brief from e-mail sent by MissDelliya as well.
  2. 2. Schedule and Brief about the site visit.
  3. 3. DAY 17.00-Gather at Taylor’s University7.30-Depart from Taylor’s University9.00-Arrive at Riverstone Eco Resort9.15-Briefing9.45-Activity One(Selecting Site)12.30-Lunch14.00-Activity Two(Exploring The Site)16.00-Tea Break16.30-Activity Three(Collecting Data)18.00-Free Activity19.00-Rest19.30-Dinner20.30-Night Activity 01(Short Performance +Tutorial)23.00-Supper23.30-Light Out
  4. 4. DAY 26.00-Wake up6.30-Exercise7.00-Breakfast7.30-Activity Four(Rempuh Halangan)8.30-Activity Five(Rakit Buluh-water game)9.30-Activity Six(Final Site Observation)11.00-Final Briefing11.30-Packing12.30-Lunch13.30-Depart from Riverstone Eco Resort15.00-Arrived at Taylor’s University
  5. 5. This pictures isabout Day 2activity
  6. 6. The first site that we choose is the upper part of the river. Atthere got many bigger stone can let us to sit and easy doing ourreseach. But after Miss Norma give out advice and throughoutour group discuss, we decided change site to middle part of theriver. Because that new site have a lot of things that can let us todoing our reseaching as well.My site in sketchingmode
  7. 7. After we found our site, westraight move to second partof our process, that Isexploring the site that wechoose.Throughout this activity, wehave a look for our site. We gosearching plants and insectsthat may use for the Infro-Graphic Poster.Meanwhile, we also need torecord down the 5 senses:Hear, Taste, Smell, Feel andSee.1. HEAR: what kind of sound that youhear from the insects.2. TASTE: what kind of taste fromfruits, water and maybe the sand.3. FEEL: how u feel about the insectswhen you touch it, water, the surfaceof the plant and etc.4. SEE: what do you observe about thepalnts and the action of the insects.5. SMELL: what kind of smell that fromdifference things that all surroundingyou.
  8. 8. Exploring our new site =D
  9. 9. During this activity, we are required to collecting data about thesite, like the water level, type of plants, insects, stone, and etc.Otherwise, we also take some pictures about the site, record downthe video about the site.Also, record and measure the site, about the length and the wide. Listdown everything that our found inside the site intexture, pattern, colour and the more important is sketching the sitethat we choose.Finally, we also need to collect the sample as well.
  10. 10. This activity is about that weusing natural materials tomake our group logo.
  11. 11. This topic is about my research fromthe insect and plant that is I choosenfrom the site.My researching plant that I choose isMangrove tree and the insect isDragonfly.The purpose we I did this is becauselet us know about how them survive insuch situation and know about the lifecycle of them. Mainly, knowing abouthow them balancing everything inecosystem.
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION:1. Mangroves are various types of trees up to medium height and shrubs that growin saline coastal sediment habitats in the tropics and subtropics – mainlybetween latitudes 25° N and 25° S.2. The remaining mangrove forest areas of the world in 2000 was 53,190 square miles(137,760 km²) spanning 118 countries and territories.3. The mangrove biome, or mangal, is a distinct saline woodland or shrubland habitatcharacterized by depositional coastal environments, where fine sediments (oftenwith high organic content) collect in areas protected from high-energy wave action.4. Mangroves dominate three-quarters of tropical coastlines.5. The saline conditions tolerated by various mangrove species range from brackishwater, through pure seawater (30 to 40 ppt), to water concentratedby evaporation to over twice the salinity of ocean seawater (up to 90 ppt)
  13. 13. This is the one of Mangrove Treethat I was found in my site atRiverstone Eco Resort.
  14. 14. 1. Red mangroves, which can survive in themost inundated areas, prop themselvesabove the water level with stilt roots and canthen absorb air through pores in their bark(lenticels).2. Black mangroves live on higher ground andmake many pneumatophores (specialisedroot-like structures which stick up out of thesoil like straws for breathing) which are alsocovered in lenticels.3. The four types of pneumatophores are stilt orprop type, snorkel or peg type, kneetype, and ribbon or plank type. Knee andribbon types may be combined with buttressroots at the base of the tree.Red Mangrove
  15. 15. 1. A dragonfly is an insect belonging to the order Odonata, thesuborder Epiprocta or, in the strict sense, the infraorder Anisoptera2. t is characterized by large multifaceted eyes, two pairs of strongtransparent wings, and an elongated body.3. ragonflies can sometimes be mistaken for damselflies, whichare morphologically similar; however, adults can be differentiated by the factthat the wings of most dragonflies are held away from, and perpendicularto, the body when at rest.4. Dragonflies possess six legs (like any other insect), but most of them cannotwalk well. Dragonflies are among the fastest flying insects in the world.5. Dragonflies are important predators that eat mosquitoes, and other smallinsects like flies, bees, ants, wasps, and very rarely butterflies.6. ome 5680 different species of dragonflies (Odonata) are known in the worldtoday
  16. 16. This picture is show thelabel of the body partsof dragonfly from headto tail.