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《Chinese Journal of Zoology》 2003-03
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Summer and Winter Avian Communities in Shanghai Suburban Area

LUAN Xiao-Feng① LIU Jun-Feng① HU Zhong-Jun① XU Hong-Fa① XIE Yi-Min② DU De-Chang②(① School of Life Science, East China Normal University, Shanghai 200062; ② Department of Wildlife Protection, Agro-forest Bureau, Shanghai 200023,China)  
During the winter of 2000 and the summer of 2001,we studied three typical avian communities the subtropical cultivated land, wetland and forestland communities within suburban area of Shanghai. A total of 96 species belonging to 14 orders and 29 families were recorded in the three habitats. Based on the principles of community ecology,we evaluate and discuss structural characteristics, such as the Shannon-wiener index (H′), species evenness (J), superiority (C), biomass (E B), important index (IV), and diet, in summer and winter bird community. The results show that the species, density, diversity and biomass of the winter avian community are obviously higher than in the summer community. In winter, the avian density in wetland was larger than that of the other two habitats, but in summer cultivated land had the highest density. Diversity and density will be enhanced by improving habitat quality, increasing spatial heterogeneity, enlarging the area of conservation and reducing the disturbance of human beings.
【Fund】: 上海市农林局资助项目
【CateGory Index】: Q958
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