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Impacts of temperature on giant panda habitat in the north Minshan Mountains
Abstract Understanding the impacts of meteorological factors on giant pandas is necessary for future conservation measures in response to global climate change. We integrated temperature data withExpand
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Habitat conservation redlines for the giant pandas in China
Abstract Considering the impossibility to cover the entire population of an endangered species in protected areas, a new approach (species conservation redlines) was recently been proposed in China.Expand
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Important population viability analysis parameters for giant pandas (Aliuropoda melanoleuca).
Population viability analysis (PVA) is a tool to evaluate the risk of extinction for endangered species and aid conservation decision-making. The quality of PVA output is dependent on parametersExpand
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Genetic structure and population history of wintering Asian Great Bustard (Otis tarda dybowskii) in China: implications for conservation
AbstractWintering areas affect population processes and genetic structuring of many bird species. The Asian Great Bustard (Otis tarda dybowskii) is declining across its range as its breeding andExpand
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Role of New Nature Reserve in Assisting Endangered Species Conservation - Case Study of Giant Pandas in the Northern Qionglai Mountains, China
The creation of nature reserves is the most direct way to save endangered species populations and their habitat. Development of the giant panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) nature reserve network inExpand
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Measuring the effectiveness of protected area management by comparing habitat utilization and threat dynamics
The conservation outcomes of a protected area depend on management actions. The effectiveness of protected area management remains a concern for donors and policy-makers. However, very few feasibleExpand
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Meta‐barcoding insights into the spatial and temporal dietary patterns of the threatened Asian Great Bustard (Otis tarda dybowskii) with potential implications for diverging migratory strategies
Abstract Food resources are often not sufficient to satisfy the nutritional and energetic requirements during winter conditions at high latitudes. Dietary analysis is a prerequisite to fullyExpand
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The next widespread bamboo flowering poses a massive risk to the giant panda
The IUCN Red List has downgraded several species from “endangered” to “vulnerable” that still have largely unknown extinction risks. We consider one of those downgraded species, the giant panda, aExpand
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A comparison of next-generation sequencing with clone sequencing in the diet analysis of Asian great bustard
Comparative studies of next-generation sequencing (NGS) and clone sequencing in diet analysis have not been conducted. This study compares the performance of NGS and clone sequencing to analyze theExpand
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Delineating the ecological conservation redline based on the persistence of key species: Giant pandas (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) inhabiting the Qinling Mountains
To effectively resolve conflicts between natural resources and environmental protection and guarantee ecological safety, the Chinese government has proposed a national strategy to delineateExpand
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