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Analysis of Wader Birds Biodiversity of Spring in Dayi River, Qufu, Shandong Province
Author of the article:YUE Feng1#, REN Wen-ling2#, LUO Zu-kui3, YANG Yue-wei4, WANG Tian-hou1*
Author's Workplace:(1. School of Life Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China; 2. School of Resources and Environment Sciences, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062, China; 3. School of Environmental and Life Sciences, Kaili University, Kaili, Guizhou Province 556011, China; 4. School of Life Sciences, Qufu Normal University, Qufu, Shandong Province, 273165, China)
Key Words:waders; biodiversity; impact factor; Dayi River; spring
Abstract:Using plot transects, a survey of waders was conducted along Dayi River of Qufu from March to early May in 2008. A total of 8 waders species were recorded, which belonged to 4 genera and 3 families. The results showed that: areas that retained the natural topography were more suitable habitat for waders, as compared to artificially modified waterways. Along natural waterways, waders preferred habitats where the water area proportion was 0.4 and 0.6. The number of birds increased along with the rising coverage of grass. Human-disturbance influenced wader numbers obviously. The ideal covert condition would reduce the amount of human-disturbance. Wader biodiversity increasing by habitat conservation of Dayi River would provide a scientific basis for ecological protection of Qufu city, and a benefit to biodiversity conservation in the Nansi Lake drainage area.
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