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Between a rock and a hard place. What can turning rocks tell us about land-use change impacts on animals living in a rock outcrop?

Author(s): Vijayan Jithin1, Aparna Watve2

1. Nature Conservation Foundation, India 2. Bombay Environmental Action Group, India

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Summary:
Unique rock outcrops in the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot in India provide a setting that challenges students to develop a study to assess the impact of land-use change on threatened animals within the context of a socio-ecological scenario.

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Bloom's Cognitive Level
Vision and Change Core Competencies
Four Dimensional Ecology Education (4DEE) Framework
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