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    Protecting the Border

    by Paul Neveldsen

    This article describes the systems and technologies that have been developed to prevent unwanted pests, diseases, and goods coming into New Zealand and to prevent precious taonga such as native species being smuggled out of the country.

    Series: Connected 2011 Level 3 - Border Security

    Learning area: English, Mathematics and Statistics, Technology

    Curriculum level: 3

    Category: Non-fiction

    Strand: Statistics, Technological knowledge, Nature of technology

    In: Connected 2011 Level 3 - Border Security

    Publication date: January 2011

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    What is Biosecurity

    by Andrew and Anna Dickson

    This article introduces the concept of biosecurity and explains how, as a group of isolated islands, New Zealand developed a unique range of ecosystems. The arrival of plants or animals from other countries could be disastrous for our environment. Therefore, our borders are constantly monitored by biosecurity agencies to protect our environment, agriculture, and our health.

    Series: Connected 2011 Level 3 - Border Security

    Learning area: English, Mathematics and Statistics, Science

    Curriculum level: 3

    Category: Non-fiction

    Strand: Number and Algebra, Geometry and Measurement, Nature of science, Living world

    In: Connected 2011 Level 3 - Border Security

    Publication date: January 2011

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