1.One of the most stunning national parks of Australia is Booderee. One of the most beautiful white sand beaches are the found in this area with crystal clear water and historic relics overlooking the majestic Pacific Ocean (Lindenmayer et al. 2015). The place is major tourist place for Australia to experience the natural and cultural marvels. The great Bear Rainforest is another global treasure covering a range of 6.4 million hectares on British Columbia’s north and central coast (Saarikoski, Raitio& Barry, 2013). The Booderee national park consists of stunning beaches that involves abundant flora and fauna along with park. The place is located only at a distance of three hours from Sydney and Canberra. The place is extremely popular with tourist across the country and globe. The Australian park involves ranges of things to do which attract tourist. The white sand beaches are the most attractive that pulls tourist towards it. The area occupies Jervis Bay’s southern spit and maintained by both government and local indigenous community.The place offers good swimming, surfing band diving on beaches as well as on the bays. A lot of its portions is the heathland, and includes small pockets of rainforests. The visitor centers offer the possible helps that tourists require on the sites such as walking –trails maps and camping information. The part also has the option for bird watching and botanical garden perfect to enjoy nature’s serenity. Camping is one of the most exclusive experience offered by the park. The park offers fishing and boating as well which is popular thing to do in the park. The park is well known for offering hale watching. In order to experience the natural and marvels of Booderee National Park, one needs a park pass that can be purchased from the park’s official website.
The Great Bear rainforest is a land of fjords along with great river estuaries and islands. The largest intact temperate forest in the world is The Great Bear Rainforest. The forest is a major tourist place for it most thrilling wildlife forest experience. The world famous tourist attraction offers several range highlights such as grizzly bears, spirit bears and black bears along with BritishColumbia’s most experienced guides. To sail the mesmerizing fjords with a cliff of 4000 foot height, walk in rainforest and wildflower meadows with people all around the world come to visit the forest. The Forest has become one of the most popular destination for travelers to have firsthand views of region’s stunning landscapes, waterways and arrays of wildlife.
2.Interaction with nature by human being is done through many ways and it is precisely the communication that takes place between human social system and the ecosystem. The interaction is done through three ways where the environment is seen as a setting for action, social system and emotional territory. In the perspective of three modes of interaction, the two popular destinations will be discussed below:
Environment as a ‘setting for action’: it interpretsnature as an instrumental value where it has some usage of its resources. The usages of the resources are mostly for the recreational purpose. In the TheBooderee national park, the resources of the areas are used for several activities. Fishing is one of the most common uses of the nature. The white beaches offer the scope of sunbathing and other enjoyments on the beach. Swimming in the Pacific Oceanattached to the Booderee national park is one of the major interests for the tourists. It is also a popular place for birdwatchers as the site allows the traveller to witness various migrating birds during seasons. On the other hand The Great Bear rainforest offers different resources and different uses. The Great Bear rainforest offers experience of wildlife where human get to see the wildlife and enjoy the mesmerizing fjords.
Environment as social system: when nature is seen as a social system, it has more to do with human than nature. Both the places are mostly enjoyed by young people and the main aim is to enjoy the nature rather spending time with fellow companion. The physical setting is of very less importance in social system however the environment setting that is discussed here is seen as a place that is greatly valued for its social settings.
Environment as self: Both the sites, The Booderee national park and The Great Bear rainforest, are rich in biodiversity. People coming to these particular places are seen as people who are enthusiastic about spending time amidst nature. Also, there is strong desire that lets the traveler feel attached to nature
3.The stake holders that are responsible for the change for The Booderee national park is the unique partnership. The unique partnership between the aboriginal communities and goverment. Australian government and other important associated members have contributed equally for the change. In case of The Great Bear rainforest, the government is the main source of change that took the responsibility of the area. Government implemented several rules and regulations for stayers, travellers and the neighborhood that makes the most use of the place.
4.When large areas are characterized and defined by unique combination of landform, soil and climatic characteristic is called zoning. The process helps in reducing the loss of biodiversity by keeping similar species together. The method through which maximum number of species an area can support during the harshest part of the year or the maximum biomass it carries.
The great Bear Rainforest is another global treasure covering a range of 6.4 million hectares on British Columbia’s north and central coast. One of the most stunning national parksof Australia is Booderee with white sand beaches. Both the sites possess extremely valuable biodiversity. However, they are in need of excessive care. The care is provided by the government and other internal and external stakeholders.
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Saarikoski, H., Raitio, K., & Barry, J. (2013). Understanding ‘successful’conflict resolution: policy regime changes and new interactive arenas in the Great Bear Rainforest. Land Use Policy, 32, 271-280.