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Hutan Lipur Soga Perdana is a recreational forest that is ideal for sightseeing,

trekking, jogging and strolling which is located in Batu Pahat. It is a great place to
exercise as it has cemented stairs and handrail all the way to the top, making it
safer to climb. There are a few exercise facilities and rest huts for resting or even
picnics. The forest is home to numerous flora and fauna species that are almost
undisturbed despite the housing development around the area. There is also a
viewing tower where you can have a clear view of the town.
Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, or material world or universe.
"Nature" can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general. The study of
nature is a large part of science. Although humans are part of nature, human activity is often
understood as a separate category from other natural phenomena.

Last week our class were attend a trip to bukit soga perdana as a field trip for
our subject which is nature consevative (bfc10202) . the aim of this trip is to show
the student about the real ecosytem and also the function and benefits of forest
ecosystem at Hutan Lipur Soga Perdana.beside, we were give a task that have a
connection to this trip and must complete this task in a week after the trip. During
the trip we can see,feel and hear nature with our own. With the help of renjer we
were give a explaination about the forest and so we get a lot of knowledge that we
cant get from text book. The main purpose of this trip is to make the student fall in
love in nature and think how to build a building with conserve nature.
Health: Recent research has found what nature-lovers have long expected: spending
time in a green space, such as a park, provides benefits for ones mental and physical
health. Exercising in a park, instead of inside a gym, has shown to provide mental health
benefits as a greater sense of well-being. Walking for 20 minutes in a green space has
been proven to help children with ADHD improve their concentration, even working as
well, or better, than medication. People who live in more natural settings have better
overall health, even when research has taken into account economic differences.

Supportive
Ecosystems provide a supporting role for all its members. In this role, living members serve as
food for others, and their produce and residue serve as nutrients to soils and gases to the
atmosphere. This makes soil nutrient cycle, carbon and oxygen cycle and water cycle possible
and also for living things to continue procreation.

B. Provision
Ecosystems are also the source of all foods, store of all energy, fibre, genetic resources,
medicines, fresh water and minerals. All natural resources that humans depend on, has its
source from ecosystems.

C. Regulation
The function of a healthy ecosystem ensures that there is balance and regulation in the climate,
regulation in fresh water, soils, rocks, and atmosphere. They function to regulate animals and
plant diseases and ensure that biodiversity is preserved.

D. Spiritual Value
Perhaps not exclusive to humans, ecosystems provide humans with deeper spiritual enrichment
and cognitive development. The wonder and breathtaking properties of healthy ecosystems has
recreational effects, as well as aesthetic value to us. From land the remotest places on earth to
the deepest places in the oceans, there are millions of life forms that function in harmony, and
provide humans with meditative and healing benefits.
Medicine: Nature is our greatest medicine cabinet: to date it has provided humankind with a
multitude of life-saving medicines from quinine to aspirin, and from morphine to numerous
cancer and HIV-fighting drugs. There is no question that additionally important medications
perhaps even miracle cureslie untapped in the worlds ecosystems. In fact, researchers
estimate that less than 1% of the worlds known species have been fully examined for their
medicinal value. However the ecosystems that have yielded some of the worlds most important
and promising drugssuch as rainforests, peat swamps, and coral reefsare also among the
most endangered. Preserving ecosystems and species today may benefit, or even save,
millions of lives tomorrow.
Overall perspective.
Nature is happiness. It is our life, we could not live without it. Nature brings us
everything we need to survive: food, shelter, water, warmth. Just as importantly, nature enriches
our lives - from inspiring views of landscapes to spotting a busy bee at work. There is plenty of
evidence to show that contact with nature benefits us: Children develop and learn better with
nature in their lives. Patients recover faster when they experience nature. Studies even show
that nature makes for stronger communities even a view of green space from a window has
been shown to help reduce incidences of crime. Besides, We are lucky to have nature
around because some countries dont have a lot of nature because its hard for
them to keep it alive because too many people are living there and building a lot of
houses and buildings. But in our busy lives its easy to forget how much we rely on a healthy
natural environment for food, water, shelter and medicines, or whether we are risking the other
things nature does for us. We should all love and respect nature. We can do that by watering
our plants, not pulling the flowers and grass out of the ground and most importantly do not hurt
nature.
Ecosystems are vital to survival of all living things, including us, humans. In fact the
break in this natural and balanced network of living things interacting with their environment can
have irreparable damage to all other members of the network. Ecosystems can exists in unique
classes, and may not have direct relationships with other ecosystems, but all are joined together
by abiotic factors such as climate, moisture, temperature and the like. The importance of
ecosystems are usually described as ecosystem services.
An ecosystem is a biological community, made of some life forms interacting with their
environment. Living members of this community are known as biotic factors, and the non-living
things form the abiotic factors. An example of a basic ecosystem is puddle. In there you will find
some biotic factors such as green plants, algae, some fishes and tadpoles, worms and water
insects and birds hovering over the puddle. These living things cannot exist without the abiotic
factors such as water, sun, soils, rocks, temperatures and other environmental gases inside and
outside of the puddle.