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|標題:||The Trajectory and Goal of Landslide Revegetation: A Proposal
from the Viewpoints of Restoration Ecology
|關鍵字:||Restoration ecology;Landslide revegetation;Ecological structure and function;復育生態學;崩塌地植生重建;生態結構與功能||Project:||中華水土保持, Volume 47, Issue 2, Page(s) 104-110.||摘要:||
In recent years, restoration ecology has become an important issue in environmental sciences. To
apply the concept of ecological restoration to repair landslide, we propose new illustrations to clarify the trajectory
and goal of landslide revegetation expressed in terms of the two major characteristics of ecological structure and
function. Traditional vegetation engineering methods can quickly recover fundamental ecological functions such as
biomass and vegetation cover ratio, but are inadequate when it comes to recovering ecological structures such as
stratum and biodiversity. The future goal of landslide restoration should be extended from establishing grass vegetation simply for slope stability and erosion reduction to developing early-successional-stage forests to store more species and stratums in succession. The trajectory and goal of landslide revegetation proposed by this paper can allow for
vegetation recovery in the early phase as well as more stable ecological structure in the late phase.
已能藉由傳統的植生工法快速恢復已退化生態系之基本的功能 (如生物量、植生覆蓋率)，但其生態結構 (如層次、物
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