National Park Quarterly 2024.06 (summer):Collaboration in Conservation

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其他題名:國家公園 2024.06 夏季號

作者:內政部國家公園署編著

出版年:2024.06

出版社:內政部國家公園署

出版地:臺北市

最新發刊 : 2024-05-25

雜誌類型 : 季刊



雜誌簡介: National Park Quarterly is an important media for 8 national parks in Taiwan to promote the achievement of wildlife conservation, environmental education and eco-tourism. Throughout the versatile contents in depth, readers around the world are more than welcome to enjoy the beauty of national parks with handpicked photographs and artistic layout.

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The Boundless Treasures of the Mountains and the Seas

People often use the term "treasures" to describe the lives and resources existing in the mountains and the seas; however, they do not keep or care for the treasures carefully like they treat precious gemstones. Overconsumption is what humans do to the treasures. With the aim of preventing the treasures from being completely depleted in the near future, the Summer Edition's cover stories will continue the spirit of this year's theme "Grand Perspectives with no Boundaries" by sharing stories about a group of people who are committed to protecting the boundless treasures of the mountains and the seas through transnational, interagency, and intersectoral exchange and collaboration for the concept of conservation to prevail in different corners of the world. 

Cover Story I took the "2023 International Conservation Symposium" as a starting point to explore how international exchanges can create more opportunities for conservation practices, and share information about the world's largest online collaborative ecological database platform "iNaturalist", and "eBird", an online bird database with 300,000 users worldwide. Through experiences shared by national park staff and volunteers in using the online resources, we can understand how citizen scientist platforms have helped national parks more comprehensively grasp the increase/decrease and distribution changes of species. When entering Cover Story II, we will follow researchers' footsteps to witness how digital monitoring facilitates the development of ecological, coastal, and geological conservation research through stories related to the monitoring of Formosan black bear, coasts in Kinmen, Datun volcano group, and other research fields.
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National Park Quarterly is an important media for 8 national parks in Taiwan to promote the achievement of wildlife conservation, environmental education and eco-tourism. Throughout the versatile contents in depth, readers around the world are more than welcome to enjoy the beauty of national parks with handpicked photographs and artistic layout.
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