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With the help of graphs, name and explain ANY TWO hypotheses describing the
relationships between species richness and ecosystem process/fimction. (5 marks) Explain and illustrate MacArthur and Wilson Equilibrium Model. (5 marks) Write short notes on TWO of the following: (5 marks each, total 10 marks)
a) l’rinciples of remote sensing and Wien’s displacement law
13) Five elements of 3. Geographic Information System c) Active and passive remote sensing The Hong Kong GeoParlc was established in 2009 by the government and has recently
gained global status as a member of the Global Geoparks Network. To serve as an
example for conservation, education and sustained development, a geoparlc is a
unique natural area with special geological significance and natural and cultural
landscapes. Locally, the Hong Kong Geopark comprises a group of rock fonnations
through geological time on some islands on the east coast of Hong Kong. As a natural
resources manager, you are asked to estimate the value of the Hong Kong Geopark, so
as to establish how the public sees the importance of such natural wonders. Suggest the most appropriate method to value such land resources, explain how to carry out
the valuation study and what limitations of this method are. (10 marks)

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