ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE CHANGE IN RIVER BASINS OF DAURIA: ECOLOGY AND WATER MANAGEMENT

Object ID: 1768

This report presents the first results of the Research
and Conservation Program “Influence of Climate changes on the Ecosystems of Dauria Ecoregion and Nature-protecting Adaptation”, which is implemented at Dauria International Protected Area (DIPA).
The report is dedicated to stopping degradation of the natural ecosystems in Dauria and preserving globally endangered species under conditions of intensified economic development and periodic water deficit caused by climatic cycles. The report primarily covers the Northeast of Dauria Steppe Ecoregion its geography, climate, ecosystems and their dynamics, anthropogenic impacts on natural processes, ecological monitoring, protected areas planning and management, water resources management and threats to aquatic
ecosystems. This publication was funded by WWF Russia and UNECE Water Convention.

Date: 23/02/2013

Subtype: Scientific

Theme: International PA, National PA, Ecological network, Water management, Fishery, Freshwater flagspecies, Inland waters, Precipitation and temperature, Climate change, Land use, Agriculture, Energy, Sustainable development, Governance, Land degradation, Drought, Fires, Gold mining, Habitat change, Regional development

Region: Zabaykalskiy province, Inner Mongolia, Mongolia - Amur

Ecoregion: Dauria Steppe

Basins: Shilka-all, Argun-all

Activity: Situational analysis/review, Economic assessment/planning, Advocacy/propaganda, Field research/monitoring, Other research, Management

Language: Chinese

Tags: Dauria, climate, ecoregions

Added: 06/08/2013 13:06:23, Egidarev Eugene

Last update: 06/08/2013 13:25:20, Egidarev Eugene

Author: Egidarev Eugene, Kiriliuk Vadim, Simonov Evgeny, Goroshko Oleg, Kiriluk Olga, Kochneva Natalia, Obyazov Victor, Tkachuk Tatiana

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