this video is very unreliable it is created by an unknown person because the person who made it doesn't have much experience in this field. the video discusses the affects of pollution and water pollution. it discusses this in depth. putting aside the fact that the source of the video is relatively unknown this video discusses in depth the effects of pollution on the environment and the animals in the rainforest
this book written by Anna Sheppard in 2006, the book provides valuable information on how Australia's inland environment transformation from swamps and lakes to sea and forests, and then the affects of climate change on the rain forest. this book is a reliable source as Anna has had multiple years of experience in this field and the source covers all the needed areas such as effects on the environment and the animals that are affected.
this article is extremely unreliable it was created multiple years ago so the information is outdated and this article looked like it was made for a school project. the article discusses farming, logging and climate change but all these points are discussed very vaguely and no detail is provided. the article points out why the Daintree rain forest is so important but once again it is outdated facts and covered very vaguely.
This website looks very reliable because this is a developed and established environmental group that has fundraising projects and lots of ways to get involved. the piece discusses the road to Cape Tribulation that is now bituminised, settlement of privately owned allotments within the Daintree is escalating, resulting in the on-going loss of habitat and forest connectivity. Between 5 and 10 allotments are developed each year, the article discusses these problems in depth and the effects they are having on the thriving ecosystem of the Daintree Rain Forest. the article lacks some important information as it does not tell the reader the types of animals affected and in what numbers.
this website is relatively unreliable although it has lots of true facts and the person writing the article has been to the Daintree Rain forest himself the source of the article is very shady and the page itself says "this page needs updating, not all information is up to date" this article discusses what the area was originally like and the original developers. it discusses generators and the fuel that they burn up releasing fumes into the air. it explains the battery bank that exploded in cape tribulation. it discusses energy poverty which is having such a large impact on the residents lives.