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Morgan G 8894345

morgan
The main threats for Koala deaths are a loss of habitat, vehicle hits, dogs and development.

"It is estimated that 10 million koalas existed in Australia at the time of European settlement in 1788, but only 100,000 koalas remain now.
  • 6 years 5 months ago

Koalas in SEQ

Michael Paige
This is an insight representing the population of Koalas in South East Queensland and how they are affected by different factors contributing to their birth and survival or threats to these and what causes their deaths.
  • 6 years 5 months ago

Koala's in South East Queensland

Georgina
This Inisight Marker outlines what contributes to more Koala births and deaths. It is apparent that their are many more factors that contribute to Koala deaths and a decrease in Eucalyptus tree growth compared to factors that contribute to increased Koala births and eucalyptus trees.
  • 6 years 5 months ago

Spencer

Spencer
This is a model depicting the cycles and events that impact on the population and endangerment of Koalas in SE Queensland.

Koalas

  • 6 years 5 months ago

Koala Population Model SEQ

Bourdo
Koala Population Model

This model simulates the growth and decline of koala populations over a period of fifty years taking into account both positive and negative factors.
  • 6 years 5 months ago

UDB101 - Assignment 1d

Daniel Sharp
Analysis of the Koala population in South East Queensland.
Student Name: Daniel Sharp
Student Number: n8846651
Lecturer: Dr Matthew Gray
  • 6 years 5 months ago

Anon

Cheyne
​With the use of the sliders below one can model some of the affects on koala populations in SEQ.  While the initial values are purely speculative, an understanding of the relationships inherent in the increase and decrease of population can be gleaned. 
  • 6 years 5 months ago

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