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Global 200 Ecoregions | Amur Information Center / Portal

Map collection: Land cover, ecosystems and ecoregions

 

Maps:

Topography of Amur Heilong River Basin

Landuse/Land cover –SPOT satellite imagery

Vegetation map

Wetlands

Floristic zones

Fauna types

Terrrestrial ecoregions

Freshwater ecoregions

 

Ecoregions& landscapes photogalleries:

Ussury forests

Small Hinggan

Changbaishan

Daurian steppe

Song-Nen plain

Amur meadows and wetlands – Amur midflow

Khanka Lake and upper Ussury wetlands

Lower Amur wetlands

 

GIS:Soil and vegetation

GIS: Land cover/Land use according to satellite imagery

Global 200 Ecoregions

WWF evaluated ecoregions of the world and identified the Global 200 as the most biologically distinct and, in conservation terms, the most valuable terrestrial, freshwater, and marine ecoregions on the planet. Within these top-priority Global 200 ecoregions, WWF pursues ecoregion conservation, a unique, broad-scale approach that conserves species, habitats, and ecological processes.

Four globally important Global 200 Ecoregions were identified in this area: East Siberian taiga Mixed Broadleaf-Coniferous Forests of the Russian Far East (also known as Ussuri broadleaf and mixed forests ), Dauria Steppe and the all-encompassing freshwater ecoregion Rivers and Wetlands of the Russian Far East (commonly called "Amur Basin freshwater" or Global 200 Amur Wetlands ecoregion).

 

Map of Global 200 Ecoregions in Amur-Heilong River Basin:

 

Common cranes in Muravievsky wildlife refuge. Amurskaya Province. (Photo by Yuri Darman)

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