The Savage Beauty: Exploring the Natural Landscape of Tasmania.…
The Savage Beauty: Exploring the Natural Landscape of Tasmania.
Colonialism altered Tasmania's naturalistic environment, due to the European development and settlement on the land.
The development of cities and towns rid Tasmania of its natural beauty.
Flattened forests and vegetation.
Strips of flat land due to the removal of forests.
The land becomes more barren and dry due to the removal of trees that shelter the grass and soil from the harsh rays of the sun.
Altered the landscape.
Once European settlement and development occurred the Indigenous population was removed, and all controlled burns were stopped.
Such controlled burns helped make vegetation flourish and trees scattered seeds for more trees to be made.
Made the landscape flourish and grow.
Once the controlled burns had stopped the landscape became a lot more overgrown in areas that should have remained clear, and became barren in areas that once had flourishing forests and vegetation.
Many trees died, and there white stags are prominant on the Tasmanian landscape.
Dead trees and vegetation are now abundant due to the halt on Indigenous controlled burns.
The 1967 Bushfires
Such fires also further changed Tasmanian's landscape,
Made the landscape more barren
Dry and wild landscape