Koala Population
The koala is native to Australia however it is listed as an endangered species in recent years. The koala population in SE Queensland has been declining in a shocking rate. Koalas typically inhabit open Eucalyptus woodlands. Due to land clearing for urban development projects the koala has lost their habitats. Therefore conservation efforts must be carried out to save the koala and preserve the species. 

The model shows the koala population and the factors affecting it. From this model we can see the effects of various activities carried out towards the species population. The statistics are based on Report on Koala Coast koala surveys 2005-2006.

Reference List:

Australia Koala Foundation. (n.d.). The threats faced by koalas. Retrieved from https://www.savethekoala.com/about-koalas/threats-faced-koalas

Department of Environment and Heritage Protection. (2011, Jun 6). Report on Koala Coast koala surveys 2005-2006. Retrieved from http://www.ehp.qld.gov.au/wildlife/koalas/research/report-koala-coast-surveys-0506.html

Friends of the Koala Inc. (2011). Koala facts. Retrieved from http://home.vicnet.net.au/~koalas/factsgeneral.html

Franklin, N. (2010). The facts about koalas. Retrieved from http://www.koalahospital.org.au/the-facts

Information on the koalas. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.thekoala.com/koala/#WHAT

Koala. (2013, April 6). In Wikipedia. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koala

Koalas added to threatened species list. (2012, April 30). Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/science/articles/2012/04/30/3491877.htm

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