On Halloween of 1991 three raging weather fronts collided to produce the greatest, fiercest and most destructive storm in modern history. In this true story, a group of courageous men battle for their lives against the fury of the Atlantic ocean aboard their fishing boat in the middle of the storm.
Extending over 2000km, the Great Barrier Reef is a complex system that attracts millions of visitors a year. Aaron Pedersen explains its beauty is just one of many features that make this natural wonder so important. Alternative title: Australia Remastered: Wild Treasures.
Craig talks with an expert from the Bureau of Meteorology about the rise in temperatures in Australia and how this leads to more extreme weather. Does warm air hold less or more water than cooler air? What is a monsoon?
How long has the burning of the land been practised? Give two reasons why the Numurindi people burn the land. What time of year do they conduct these burns? Why?
Share our Carbon and Water Cycles in the Rainforest video with your students and then test your students on how much they know about the important role trees play in our environment.
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