Porters Creek Case Study

Porters Creek Wetland is the largest remaining freshwater wetland on the NSW Central Coast, a reservoir of fresh water and biodiversity. This case study addresses many of the curriculum objectives for the topic 'A Local Ecosystem' in the Year11 Biology syllabus but will also find application in other Syllabus areas such as in Senior Geography.

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Water, Wetlands and Wattanobi Woollybutts      

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Porters Creek Wetland PDF Microsoft Word
Wetland Wonders PDF Microsoft Word
The Catchment of the Porters Creek Wetland   PDF Microsoft Word
What killed the Watanobbi Woollybutts? PDF Microsoft Word
Impacts of stormwater PDF Microsoft Word
Stormwater is suspected in the dieback of Watanobbi Woollybutt PDF Microsoft Word
The response of the Woollybutt dieback PDF Microsoft Word
Water Extraction from Porters Creek in response to Drought PDF Microsoft Word
Integrated Water Cycle Management for Porters Creek Catchment PDF Microsoft Word
Proposed Development in the Porters Creek Catchment PDF Microsoft Word
The Proposed Porters Creek Stormwater Harvesting Project  PDF Microsoft Word
The future of Porters Creek Wetland  PDF Microsoft Word
Appendix 1- Blank template for the Wetland Wonders activity PDF Microsoft Word
Appendix 2- The value of wetlands and the threats to Porters Creek Wetlands PDF Microsoft Word
Appendix 3- Stormwater impacts PDF Microsoft Word
Appendix 4- Water Sensitive Urban Designs PDF Microsoft Word