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Alternative TitleThe Animal Resources in the Longmen Moutainous Region
Corresponding Author郑远昌
Source Publication大自然探索
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Other AbstractThe Longmen Moutainous region is locted on the transition belt from the Sichuan Basin to Qinghai-Xizang Plateau, being the high-moutain and gorge region. In the region, there are the complicated natural conditions, a great vaiety of eclogic tyes and abundant animal resorces. The vertebrate is up 679 species (including subspecies) and is 52.5% of animal species of Sichuan Province, in which precious animals are 41 species and make up 69.5%. In natural conservation regions, precious animals amount to 38 species and 92.7%. The economic animals are 318 species. The distribution of the animal is of the vertical zonality. From top to bottom, there are four animal belt: 1. valley and loe-moutain animal belt (below alt. 2100m); 2. middle-mountain animal belt (alt. 2100-2700m); 3. subalpine animal belt (atl. 2700-3900m); 4. alpine animal belt (above alt. 3900m).
Keyword自然环境 生态类型 动物资源 龙门山地区 四川
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Corresponding Author郑远昌
First Author Affilication中国科学院水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
Corresponding Author Affilication中国科学院水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
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郑远昌. 龙门山地区的动物资源[J]. 大自然探索,1985(2):165-169.
APA 郑远昌.(1985).龙门山地区的动物资源.大自然探索(2),165-169.
MLA 郑远昌."龙门山地区的动物资源".大自然探索 .2(1985):165-169.
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