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Research on the Construction of Rural Landscape Ecological Security Pattern for Biodiversity Conservation—Taking Yuecheng District, Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province as an Example

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Jing Li*, Yueqi Zhang, Yixin Jin

School of Architectural Arts, North China University of Technology, Beijing, China.

*Corresponding author: Jing Li

Abstract

China’s countryside covers half of the country and plays an important role in maintaining the stability and security of the ecosystem. Ecological diversity is one of the important manifestations of ecosystem stability and security. Land-scape security pattern is one of the landscape pattern optimization models for biodiversity conservation planning proposed by scholars at home and abroad. This paper selects Yuecheng District, Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province as the research object, and establishes a comprehensive habitat suitability evaluation of representative species by selecting representative species of Yuecheng District—egret and black muntjac. In this paper, ecological source sites are selected in conjunction with superior planning. We use the MCR model to construct representative species movement resistance surfaces and use cost distance and retrospective cost grids to discriminate ecological corridors. The article combines the analysis of the ecological resistance model and the construction land resistance model, and proposes ecological construction strategies and recommendations for the bottom line control zone, ecological buffer zone and core construction zone.

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Research on the Construction of Rural Landscape Ecological Security Pattern for Biodiversity Conservation—Taking Yuecheng District, Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province as an Example

How to cite this paper: Jing Li, Yueqi Zhang, Yixin Jin. (2022). Research on the Construction of Rural Landscape Ecological Security Pattern for Biodiversity Conservation—Taking Yuecheng District, Shaoxing City, Zhejiang Province as an Example. Engineering Advances2(1), 101-115.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2022.06.009

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