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Traditional and Contemporary Management Strategies Essay

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Band 6 essay on 'evaluate the impact of both traditional and contemporary management strategies' for the Great Barrier Reef

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Great Barrier Reef Australian National Heritage List Protected areas of Australia States and territories of Australia Physical geography Coral reefs The Great Barrier Reef: Biology, Environment and Management Environmental threats to the Great Barrier Reef Crown-of-thorns starfish
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Great Barrier Reef Australian National Heritage List Protected areas of Australia States and territories of Australia Physical geography Coral reefs The Great Barrier Reef: Biology, Environment and Management Environmental threats to the Great Barrier Reef Crown-of-thorns starfish
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The management and protection of this ecosystem is vital due to its utility, heritage, intrinsic and genetic values. However, its large size and location makes the ecosystem very susceptible to threats such as sediment deposition, overfishing, urban development and climate change. In response, traditional and contemporary management strategies have been implemented to counteract these impacts threatening the GBR. Traditional management strategies: Indigenous people have lived along the Queensland coast and adjacent islands for thousands of years. Their traditional lifestyle is ...
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