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標題: A hybrid scheme for comparing the effects of bird diversity conservation approaches on landscape patterns and biodiversity in the Shangan sub-watershed in Taiwan
作者: Wu, C.F.
Lin, Y.P.
Lin, S.H.
Project: Journal of Environmental Management
期刊/報告no:: Journal of Environmental Management, Volume 92, Issue 7, Page(s) 1809-1820.
摘要: 
This work utilizes bird survey data, regression modeling, land-use modeling and landscape metrics to evaluate the effects of various spatial bird diversity conservation approaches on land-use allocation, land-use patterns, and biodiversity in the Shangan sub-watershed in central Taiwan. A survey of the distribution of species revealed that bird species are concentrated in the central and western parts of the sub-watershed. The results obtained using a Shannon Weaver diversity regression model suggest that diversity of land-use increases the diversity of bird species. Logistic regression results verify that socioeconomic factors determine the potential advantages of designating a particular type of land-use in certain parts of the study area. The results of land-use simulation modeling indicate that the eastern and southwestern areas of the sub-watershed will change most frequently between 2007 and 2017. Additionally, increasing the areas to protect bird diversity will effectively increase the patch size, habitat core area, edge effect and habitat connectivity. The Shannon Weaver diversity regression model shows that protecting bird species diversity in large areas increases bird diversity. The proposed modeling approach is an effective tool that provides useful information for ecological planning and policymaking related to watersheds. Crown Copyright (C) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/69911
ISSN: 0301-4797
DOI: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2011.03.001
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