Skip to Main Content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.

Conservation and Land Management: Overview

Conservation and Ecosystem Management subject guide

Quick search

 

 


Enter an author, title or keyword above and click on Search to find what you are looking for in the library collection.

To access our extensive ebook collection, click on the link below. Off-campus you will be asked to login with your Student ID and Password. 

Ebook Central

Please use this link to access the database:   

EBSCOHost Journal & Newspaper articles

Off-campus, you will need your Student ID and Password.

Library contact details

Bendigo TAFE Library

 

Kangan Institute Library

 

Phone  5434 1516


email  library@bendigotafe.edu.au


 

time  Regional Opening Hours

phone  9279 2424


email  library@kangan.edu.au


 

time  Metro Opening Hours

Keywords and shelf locations

Click on the keyword to search the catalogue or go directly to the shelves

Keyword Shelf location
Biology 570s
Botany 580s
Conservation of Natural Resources 333.7 - 333.9
Ecology 577
Environment 333.72
Plant Identification 580s
Soils 631.4
Water Management 333.91 / 577.6
Weeds 632.5
Wildlife Pest Management 632.6 / 639.9

Help for students

ClickView Online Video - The Still Water Pond

This video introduces key aspects of pond ecosystems, explaining how abiotic factors define the four pond zones and how relationships between organisms can be modelled with food chains and food webs.

Databases

Websites

 

© BKI 2022.

Bendigo TAFE acknowledges their campuses are located on the ancestral lands of the Djaara people of the Dja Dja Wurrung and the Yorta Yorta People. The institute respects traditional custodians, Elders and their cultural heritage.

Kangan Institute acknowledges their campuses are located on the ancestral lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. The institute respects traditional custodians, Elders and their cultural heritage.

Images/icons used by BKI under license from Canva ; Microsoft image used with permission ; Book cover images under license from Syndetics