Health Circle: Strategies for Habitat Restoration and Landscape Planning of Beihai Wetland Nature Reserve

Beihai Wetland Nature Reserve has a planned area of 4,300,000 m2 and a wetland area of 460,000 m2. Two-thirds of the water area is covered by a rare “floating mat”, which is formed by the interweaving of grass roots and sediments in the water. This 2-meter-thick peat swamp forms a magnificent blue-purple flower sea represented by iris laevigata cluster. It is a transitional habitat from a terrestrial plant system to an aquatic plant system and has become a rich habitat for wildlife. Moreover, it is also a place where migratory birds must pass by when migrating.

The landscape planning team and ecological research team adopted various methods including

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