Biodiversity Science ›› 1999, Vol. 07 ›› Issue (3): 250-254.doi: 10.17520/biods.1999039
• 论文 •
WEI Ping, WEN Da-Zhi
According to the historical records and some inscriptions on the steles found in Dinghu Mountain
Biosphere Reserve , the rise and decline of the religious temples of Dinghu Mountain in different historical periodsand the protection and management measures of the forest adopted by monks , and the effects of the religious culture on the forest community and biodiversity conservation are presented. From the recorded writings ,
the protection and management of the representative vegetation in Dinghu Mountain —South Asian subtropical
monsoon evergreen broad2leafed forest was initiated in 1633. Thus this vegetation has been protected and managed for 366 years , of which , 319 years was done by the monks in Qingyun Temple. Religious culture is one
of the important reasons why the forest community and biodiversity have been protected well.
WEI Ping, WEN Da-Zhi. (1999) Effects of religious culture on forest resource conservation in Dinghu mountain, Guangdong. Biodiversity Science, 07(3), 250-254.
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