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Coastal and marine studies in Australia: a workshop manual for teachers

Griffith University and the Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, 1997
ISBN 0 868 57872 X

Core Concepts: OHT Masters

Purpose

This set of OHT masters has been designed to provide workshop facilitators with a collection of resources to supplement workshops on coastal and marine studies and a readily available 'answer' to 'content' questions which might be asked by participants during a workshop. The OHT masters have been adapted from the following sources:

Source

OHT 1 Ocean Floor Profile

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 137.

Moffatt, B. (1992) Marine Studies, Wetpaper, Ashmore, p. 287.

OHT 2 The Earth and its Oceans

Moffatt, B. (1992) Marine Studies, Wetpaper, Ashmore, p.283.

Heineman Atlas, Rigby Heineman, Melbourne, 1993.

OHT 3 Tides

Gallagher, H. and Peterson, J. (1987) Landforms: An Introduction to Australian Geomorphology, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 72.

OHT 4 Prevailing Wind Currents

King, M. and King, S. (1995) The Oceans and Coastal Areas and their Resources, UNESCO-UNEP International Environmental Education Programme, Paris, p. 7.

OHT 5 Major Ocean Currents

King, M. and King, S. (1995) The Oceans and Coastal Areas and their Resources, UNESCO-UNEP International Environmental Education Programme, Paris, p.7.

OHT 6 Global Climate System

Zillman, J. (1991) Director, Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology.

OHT 7 El-Nino Effect

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 144.

Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, (1996) State of the Environment Australia 1996, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, p. 2.8.

OHT 8 Climate Change

Zillman, J. (1991) Director, Commonwealth Bureau of Meteorology.

OHT 9 Wave Formation

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 48.

Lergessner, D. (1995) Geomorphology, Macmillan, Melbourne, p. 169.

OHT 10 Water Cycle

Preuss, P. and Duke, G. for Victorian Association for Environmental Education, (1996) Investigating Australian Ecosystems, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, p. 48.

OHT 11 Carbon Cycle

Developed by Jan Oliver

OHT 12 Biodiversity

Developed by Lisa Ryan

OHT 13 Ocean Food Chain

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 144.

OHT 14 Fisheries Industry

Our Sea, Our Future: Major Findings of the State of the Marine Environment Report for Australia, Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra, 1995, p. 41.

Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, (1996) State of the Environment Australia 1996, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, p. 8.14.

OHT 15 Aboriginal Culture

Our Sea, Our Future: Major Findings of the State of the Marine Environment Report for Australia, Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra, 1995, p. 28.

OHT 16 Challenges to Marine Environments

Our Sea, Our Future: Major Findings of the State of the Marine Environment Report for Australia, Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra, 1995, pp. 72-78.

OHT 17 Introduced Species

Ashworth, T. (1997) Ballast Research to Kill Shipping Hitch-Hikers, Exploring Reef Science, Cooperative Reef Research Centre, April, p. 2.

OHT 18 Annual Ship Visits to Australian Ports

Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, (1996) State of the Environment Australia 1996, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, p. 8.16.

OHT 19 Rocky Coasts

Gould League (1983) Coastal Wildlife, Gould League, Melbourne, p. 21.

Chapman, D. and Codrington, S. (1985) Understanding Our Earth, Pitman Publishing, Melbourne, p. 185.

OHT 20 Stacks, Arches and Blowholes

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 52.

OHT 21 Longshore Drift

Lergessner, D. (1995) Geomorphology, Macmillan, Melbourne, p. 171.

Gallagher, H. and Peterson, J. (1987) Landforms: An Introduction to Australian Geomorphology, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 76.

Strahler, A. and Strahler, A. (1992) Modern Physical Geography, 4th ed., John Wiley and Sons, Brisbane, p. 383.

OHT 22 The Development of Sand Dunes

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 52.

OHT 23 Ecological Importance of Sand Dunes

Tim Hoile, Star of the Sea School, Henley Beach, South Australia.

OHT 24 Saltmarshes

Gould League (1983) Coastal Wildlife, Gould League, Melbourne, p. 10.

OHT 25 Mangrove Distribution

Claridge, D. and Burnett, J. (1993) Mangroves in Focus, Wet Paper, Ashmore, p. 3.

Recher, H., Lunney, D. and Dunn, I. (1986) A Natural Legacy, Pergammon Press, Sydney, p. 115.

OHT 26 Mangrove Types

King, M. and King, S. (1995) The Oceans and Coastal Areas and their Resources, UNESCO-UNEP International Environmental Education Programme, Paris, p. 26.

OHT 27 Mangrove Food Chain and Habitat

Preuss, P. and Duke, G. for Victorian Association for Environmental Education, (1996) Investigating Australian Ecosystems, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, p. 50.

OHT 28 Coral Polyps, the Building Blocks of the Reef

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 138.

OHT 29 Types of Reefs and Types of Coral

Squire, S. (1988) Interactions in Physical Geography Today, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, p. 139.

OHT 30 Integrated Catchment Management - The Land is Connected to the Ocean

Our Sea, Our Future: Major Findings of the State of the Marine Environment Report for Australia, Department of the Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra, 1995, p. 91.