1.Yunnan University of Finance and Economics;2.Wildlife Management and Ecosystem Health center，Yunnan University of Finance and Economics，
National Natural Science Foundation of China（31100351）
Improvement of villages" economies in and around the Yunnan Snub-nosed monkey"s habitats continues to come at the cost of decreasing ecological quality of the habitats. These areas are rich in natural resources and contain biodiversity that is among the richest in China. This paper uses the Principal component analysis and InVEST model of GIS spatial analysis to study the impact of villages" economic growth on the quality of the habitat of the Yunnan Snub-nosed monkey. Our analysis included 2,575 villages and 344 sample plots in the monkey’s Northwest Yunnan habitat. There were 12 groups of monkeys in this study. The results are as follows:1) The villages were separated into seven grades（Grades I, II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII）. Grade I represented the lowest economic development; Grade VII represented the highest. The economic development of villages in the south is better than that in the north. 2）The habitat quality in the northern region is higher than that in the southern part. The impact of villages in the north of the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey"s habitat quality is smaller than that in the south of the region. The north part"s habitat rarity is higher than that in the south, necessitating priority protection strategies due to the ecological stability weakening. 3）There are 12 villages in the monkey habitats. Three groups (Groups 3, 6, and 12) had low habitat quality, which affected the development of the villages. Three other groups (Groups 1, 12, and 13) had scarce (fragile bio-diversity) habitats, which need to be prioritized for protection and repair. Over half the habitat area (52.71%) is low-quality, about one-quarter (20.44%) is medium quality, only about one-quarter (26.85%) is high quality.
朱淑娴,李丽,邢 璐,吴巩胜,国洪艳,王 翔,包广静.滇西北地区自然村对滇金丝猴生境质量的影响.生态学报,,(). http://dx. doi. org/10.5846/stxb202102100427复制