Migratory birds hot spots


Migratory birds hot spots




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Contributed date

May 12, 2022 - 12:28am

Critical Commentary

When Chiu and his foundation interfered in bird conservation in Jinshan, they try to maintain a good relationship with the remaining local peasants and the central government to facilitate the work of habitat restoration. To support their appeal, TEEF carried out a series of survey based on scientific method, including environmental factors such as water quality and monitoring the population size of animal indicators to prove the importance of farm as an artificial wetland. 

The tools they used in reporting and visualizing data seems like QGIS and Google Earth by which researcher can classify and code the sort of habitat to analysis the migration route of the bird. With these popular instruments, people in TEEF can precisely put their effort in the hot spots. 

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Construction and Planning Agency, "Migratory birds hot spots", contributed by , Disaster STS Network, Platform for Experimental Collaborative Ethnography, last modified 13 May 2022, accessed 17 May 2022. https://disaster-sts-network.org/content/migratory-birds-hot-spots