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Title: 陸域動物多樣性熱點評估之建議 ─ 台灣野生動物資料庫之應用
Suggestions on Developing an Investigation Scheme for Identifying Terrestrial Animal Biodiversity Hotspots of Taiwan with the Wildlife Database
Authors: 方懷聖;林宗岐;楊燿隆;鄭錫奇;楊育昌
Contributors: 生物學系
Keywords: 生物多樣性;熱點;保育;台灣
Date: 2011-01
Issue Date: 2012-06-06T01:56:01Z
Publisher: 行政院農業委員會特有生物研究保育中心
Abstract: 近年有科學家聲稱以集中資源、保護特定「生物多樣性熱點」地區的方式可更有成效地運用
It has been generally considered to be more efficient in biodiversity conservation by concentrating
its management resources on“biodiversity hotspots”, the areas where conservation management is
urgently needed. The hotspots can be identified by species richness, endemic species ratio, and percentage
loss of primary vegetation. To identify such spots and to protect their biodiversity have been regarded
as a”silver bullet”strategy that would prevent a risk of many of the species of the world to become
endangered in a high proportion. Accordingly, to identify marine and terrestrial biodiversity hotspots
and to census their species composition and conservation status are listed in the“Taiwan Sustainable
Development Action Plan”as its main working tasks. Therefore, it has been becoming increasingly
important to identify the hotspot areas. This study was intended to develop an investigation scheme to
identify terrestrial biodiversity hotspots of Taiwan, and to determine primary factors and conditions for
the identification, with using the inventory database of butterflies, amphibians and bats deposited at
Endemic Species Research Institute (ESRI). Because at present there is a lack of information on threatening
(or endangered) levels of species available for the conservation status assessment and for establishing
an order of their conservation importance, we suggested achieving the objective by using a perfect-linked
database frame, such as the National Geographic Information System (NGIS) of Taiwan government,
with proper data quality control. We also suggested that the investigation scheme should be developed
based on present biological data, future ecological threats, and available conservation measures. It was
highly recommendable to build the State-pressure-response (SPR) framework by combining it with the
investigation scheme of the biodiversity hotspots in the future. The biodiversity hotspots should be given
priority over the present wildlife reserve areas in the conservation management. Its immediate action is required.
Relation: 台灣生物多樣性研究, 13(1): 53-69
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