Secondary On-Demand Video Conferences
Geography Case Studies:
Ecosystems at Risk-Traditional Land Management
Learn how indigenous Australians lived sustainably in the wetlands and woodlands of what today is Sydney Olympic Park.
Ecosystems at Risk- Contemporary Management of Urban Wetlands
Gain insights learnt from the experience of managing the intertidal and constructed wetlands at Sydney Olympic Park since 1988.
Learn about The Urban Dynamics of the Sydney Olympic Park area within the context of the Sydney region - from pre-European settlement to today (and beyond to 2030).
Science Case Studies:
Mosquitoes and Climate Change
Mosquitoes are responsible for much disease across the globe. What will happen as global temperatures rise?
Urban Water Management
Our award-winning whole-of-site water management scheme harvests stormwater, then treats the stored water to generate high quality recycled water for non-drinking use across the Park.
Sustainable Urban development
A “Green” township has been created at the Sydney 2000 Olympic precinct – what are the sustainability features of this township?
Science of the Estuarine Wetlands
How do the plants and animals of the intertidal wetlands adapt to the harsh salty conditions they live with?
At Sydney Olympic Park, we use microbes to clean up pollution! Learn the details of this ground-breaking environmental science project in which microorganisms treat groundwater high in petroleum hydrocarbons so that it is safe for release to the Parramatta River.
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