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Fire and land management: past and present

Learn about the difference between ‘cool’ and ‘hot’ fires, one good, one potentially dangerous, and start to see how this distinction might be useful in environmental stewardship. Students will explore food webs and seasonal calendars to better understand their own worlds and the elements that shape it.

Subject:

Humanities and Social Sciences

Year level:

Level 6

Clay Stephens Assists with Australian Bushfires. Photographer: BLM Idaho. Source: Wikimedia commons. License: CC BY 2.0

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