NCKU supports aquatic ecosystems through actions and works directly to maintain existing ecosystems and their biodiversity
NCKU supports aquatic ecosystems through actions and works directly to maintain existing ecosystems and their biodiversity, including plants and animals, especially ecosystems under threat.
NCKU has been leading a long term research to monitor the ecosystems in wetlands and Chijiawan Creek. Both projects successfully protect species habitats and biodiversity in Taiwan. NCKU preserves a critical habitat for migration birds by modeling, physical experimentation, and real time implementation of flood management practices. Furthermore, NCKU monitors hydrology for many years and attends the dam removal project. With the understanding of the river bed evolution and the impact, NCKU successfully provides a migratory route for the Formosan landlocked salmon.
Link1:NCKU cooperated with Taijiang National Park, forming electric boat monitoring system for wetland inspection, ecological conservation investigation in Taijiang wetland
Link2:The Biology and Cetacean Research Center of NCKU rescued stranded cetacean in Tainan
Link3:Students of The Certificate Program in Sustainable Development (CPSD), comes from different countries, pay attention to rehabilitation of salt pans