Fencing for conservation? —The impacts of fencing on grasslands and the endangered Przewalski’s gazelle on the Tibetan Plateau


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发布日期2017-09-22
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全部作者Zhang Lu, Liu Jiazi, Wang Dajun, Wang Hao, Wu Yonglin and Lü Zhi
机构团队北京大学自然保护与社会发展研究中心
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引用方式Zhang L, Liu J, Wang D, et al. Fencing for conservation? -The impacts of fencing on grasslands and the endangered Przewalski's gazelle on the Tibetan Plateau[J]. Science China-life Sciences, 2016:1-3.
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摘要

Grasslands in north-western China support six species of wild antelopes (Jiang et al., 1996). Among those, the Prze- walski’s gazelle (Procapra przewalskii) is endangered with a most restricted distribution range. This species is only found on grasslands around the Qinghai Lake in the north-eastern corner of the Tibetan Plateau (Jiang et al., 1995). While poaching of gazelles has been largely pre- vented since 2002, fencing, a measure supported by grass- land conservation policies, has posed negative impacts on the gazelles (Zhang et al., 2014). However, agricultural de- partments argue that fencing is an effective measure to pro- tect grassland thus list fence building as a criterion for evaluating grassland conservation and a key item of gov- ernment investment, even though removal of fences has been suggested for wildlife conservation. Does fencing in- deed contribute to grassland protection and restoration?


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