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Infrastructure objects of AHEC

Type: web
Authors: Amur WWF
Abstract: The map is available on-line, as a tool to identify all possible threats for major nature and valuable objects (such as HCVF, PAs, cedar-broad-leafed forests, and others) in Amur ecoregion. Geoinformation database on the possible large infrastructure projects has the detailed description of each object, including information on potential harmful impact on the precious natural assets. Thus, having developed this instrument, we can offer a complex assessment of the schemes for possible economic development in Amur-Heilong ecoregion while avoiding the significant damage of the nature. All the available data is being posted for public access together with adjustment of the analysis tools, to provide the verified information about the most valuable naturals assets in Amur-Heilong ecoregion for the attention of the potential investors and decision-makers.

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Biomes of AHEC

Type: Web Map
Authors: Biatov A., WWF Russia
Abstract: Biome is a spectrum of ecosystems of specific natural and climatic zone. Basic approaches to create a system of protected areas is ecological and biogeographic, it means creation of a protected areas in all major biomes, i.e. its formation on the basis of zonal representation. Therefore, one of the most important indicators of the formation (representativeness) of the network of protected areas is the share of protected areas from the area of the corresponding biome.
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Tags: AHEC, Biomes, Amur, Heilong
Modified: 10/23/2017
Created: 03/14/2017
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Model areas for public monitoring of salmon

Type: raster
Authors: Amur WWF
Abstract: In order to achieve sustainable fisheries in the Amur, public monitoring of the filling of chum salmon spawning grounds on model rivers has been carried out on the Amur River since 2018 in support of official fisheries science, which uses data on past catches to determine the volume of permitted catches, which leads to overfishing and empty spawning grounds.

In 2018-2019, with the support of WWF Russia, teams of volunteers of the Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Khabarovsk province collected data on the filling of spawning grounds of autumn chum salmon. The average filling of the spawning grounds of the Amgun produced in 2018 was 0.12 specimens. per 100 m2 of the length of the river, per Anyui - 0.076 copies. per 100 m2, on Tunguska - 0.025 copies. per 100 m2 (the norm is 50 copies. per 100 m2). In 2019, several more fish were found: on Amguni - 0.24, on Anyui - 2.5, on Tunguska – 0.06 individuals per 100 m2. The spawning grounds are still empty.

The obtained data monitoring and control are presented annually to the Commission on the regulation of production of anadromous fish in Khabarovsk province, the Fisheries Institute (Moscow, Khabarovsk), the Department of fisheries and aquaculture of the Ministry of agriculture of the Khabarovsk province, the Federal Agency for fishery of the Amur basin nature protection Prosecutor's office and other stakeholders. Many of the recommendations proposed by WWF based on the results of public monitoring and control were taken into account in the formation of the Pacific salmon fishing strategy in 2019.
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