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China

CHEBALING

 
 
  Brief description   The on-going research activities: Studies on ecotourism monitoring and community co-management of Chebaling Nature Reserve; Study on eumycete resource of Chebaling Nature Reserve; study on Panthera tigris monitoring of Chebaling Nature Reserve; study on Gorsachius magnificus monitoring of Chebaling Nature Reserve; study on fixed demo-site of ecological succession of forest.
  Specific variables...    
  Abiotic   Abiotic factors, acidic deposition/acid rain, climate, erosion, geomorphology, global change, groundwater, habitat, pollution, pollutants.
  Biodiversity   Afforestation/Reforestation, biodiversity, biology, birds, boreal forest, conservation, degraded areas, ecology, ecosystem assessment, ecosystem functioning/ecosystem structure, ethology, fishes, flora, forest systems, natural medicinal products, natural resources, perturbations/resilience/vulnerability, plants, restoration/rehabilitation/redevelopment, tropical humid forest, vegetation studies/plant cover, wetlands, wildlife.
  Socio-economic   Agriculture/Production systems, agroforestry, aquaculture/mariculture, capacity building, cultural aspects, fishery/fisheries, hunting, indicators of sustainability, livelihood measures, livestock and related impacts/overgrazing, local participation, monitoring methodologies, natural hazards, pastoralism/pastoralists/grazing, people-nature relations/man/nature, poverty, quality economies, recreation, resource use, small business initiatives, social/socio-economic aspects, stakeholders' interests, tourism.
  Integrated monitoring   Biogeochemistry, ecosystem approach, education and public awareness, environmental change, impact and risk studies/environmental impact, indicators, integrated studies/interdisciplinaty, interdisciplinary studies, policy issues, rural systems, sustainable development/sustainable use.


Last updated: 11/23/2007

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