Case Study: Ferntree Gully

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Natural Environments [ENVS10001] Eliza Qi (Huiyan Qi) Student Number: 691822 1.0 Introduction 1.1.0 Location 1.2.0 Observation point 2.0 Environmental Attributes 2.1.0 Geology 2.2.0 Landscape 2.3.0 Soil 2.4.0 Hydrology 2.5.0 Flora & Fauna 3.0 Conclusion 4.0 References 1.0 Introduction 1.1.0 Location This LFA report is for the site of “Ferntree Gully” which located approximately 27 kilometers east of Melbourne as a part of the Dandenong Range National Park. The areas of Ferntree Gully district is about 43 square kilometers. It is cover the suburbs Ferntree Gully and Mountain Gate as parts of Boronia, Lysterfield and Rowville. The planning of this area also takes into account the presence and management requirements of nearby…show more content…
Observation Point2: Easting: 352136.19 Southing: 5805850.57 Elevation: 290m The observation point2 is nearby the interaction of another walk in the Dandenong National Park as show in figure 4 and it is also the entrance of the 1000 Steps Tracks which has the obviously human activities. Observation Point3: Easting: 352132.69 Southing: 5805958.10 Elevation: 305m The aspect of vegetation growth in the mid to higher level canopies in particular due to the west facing slope becomes visible from this observation point. Also the low gully level caused the visible of the vicinity of this sight with alluvium deposits. Observation Point4: Easting: 352135.39 Southing: 5806148.49 Elevation: 327m It is much like the observation point3, processing the same site attributes. There will be the plaques dispersed every 200meters along the 1000 Steps Tracks which introduced the history. Observation Point5: Easting: 352061.32 Southing: 5805704.94 Elevation: 275m This observation point is on the track which is available to management the vehicle which is pretty width. The slope is waning along the walk and it presents the same soil condition with the observation

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