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Protecting Ecosystems at Risk

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An essay detailing the reasons for protecting ecosystems at risk for the HSC geography course.

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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecology Habitat Conservation biology Ecosystems Coral reef Great Barrier Reef Biodiversity Wetland Ecosystem
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Biology Natural environment Systems ecology Ecology Habitat Conservation biology Ecosystems Coral reef Great Barrier Reef Biodiversity Wetland Ecosystem
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It therefore crucial that any ecosystems at risk must be protected and conserved for the future. Whilst under potential threat from human impacts, these ecosystems are highly valued for their extensive genetic diversity, utility value, and intrinsic value as part of the earth’s natural environment. It is crucial that ecosystems at risk are protected as they are rich in biodiversity. The vast range of native animal and plant species within an ecosystem allows it to develop resilience to potential pressure, stresses, and threats. For example, the coral reef ecosystem is the second most diverse ecosystem after the rainforest, and has over 2000 species of coral and 1500 species of fish. If one of these species becomes stressed, other species within the ecosystem are usually able to a...
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