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2016 the Tenth International Wetland conference successfully concluded in the afternoon of September 24th, and the 2016 Tenth International Wetland conference was successfully concluded this afternoon. The meeting was attended by about 800 participants, including experts and scholars, engineers, wetland managers, young students and business representatives at home and abroad, showing rich experience and cutting-edge ideas in the field of wetlands. During the meeting, 71 branches were held, including special reports, special seminars, paper seminars and other forms. The wetland exhibition was also held in various forms and rich in content. The conference participants diversified, including all kinds of scholars, government administrators, students and other youth; participate in national diversification, there are more than 70 countries from Asia, Europe and the United States and other international organizations to participate in the meeting; diversification, more than 10 international organizations participated in the event. Professor, Professor of ecology at University of Minnesota, Steve Polasky, and Professor Max Finlayson of the University of Charles Stewart, Australia, what is the value of wetlands? Addressing the What a wetland worth to valuing Approaches ecosystem services from wetlands, is addresses the nature of providing ecosystem services for mankind. Wetlands for nutrient cycling and water purification, flood control, groundwater recharge and base flow, provide maintenance of species habitat is very important, in this report, Steve professor Polasky provides help for ecosystem services, cutting-edge knowledge clues for the audience, as well as examples of wetland evaluation can be controversial. Max wetland ecologist Finlayson report theme is "rational use of wetlands and sustained global loss of wetland degradation" (Wise use and the ongoing global loss and degradation of wetlands), with Ramsa describes the rational use of modern convention on wetland and to protect its ecological character. The wonderful report of two professors gave the ten special report for the wetland conference. Today, Jiangsu held a meeting entitled "wetland protection and sustainable development of Jiangsu’s economy and society."". Experts from China Science Institute Nanjing branch, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing University, the World Wildlife Fund, Jiangsu province forestry bureau of the speech, according to the coastal wetland and human activities, the riparian ecological processes and wetland ecological protection, Jiangsu wetland and international migratory bird protection, construction and management of Wetland Park, Jiangsu coastal wetland protection the important value, challenges and thinking, Suzhou wetland protection, wetland protection and development practice of Jiangsu development strategy, introduced the Suzhou wetland management work, exploration and practice of wetland protection and future prospects. Jiangsu province is located in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and Huaihe river. It is close to the Yellow Sea. The rivers are densely covered, the ditches are vertical and horizontal, the lakes are numerous, and the coastal beaches are numerous.

2016第十届国际湿地大会9月24日下午圆满结束 2016第十届国际湿地大会今天下午圆满结束。此次会议正式参会人员约800人,参会人员多样化,包括国内外的专家学者、工程师、湿地管理人员、青年学生、企业代表,展示了湿地领域丰富的经验和前沿的思想。会议期间举行了71场分会场,其中包括专题报告会、专项研讨会、论文讨论会等多种形式,还举办了湿地成就展,形式多样,内容丰富。本届大会参与者多样化,其中包括各类学者、政府管理者、青年学生等;参与国家多样化,共有来自亚非欧美等地的七十余个国家参与会议;国际组织多样化,10余个国际机构参与了此次盛会。来自美国明尼苏达大学的教授、生态经济学家Steve Polasky和澳大利亚查尔斯斯图尔特大学Max Finlayson教授作了什么是湿地的价值?着眼湿地生态系统服务价值”(What is a wetland worth? Approaches to valuing ecosystem services from wetlands)的演说,演说中提及自然为人类提供了生态系统服务。湿地对养分循环和净化水质,防洪,地下水补给和维护基流、提供物种栖息地很重要,在这次报告中,Steve Polasky教授为听众提供了有助于生态系统服务的线索、前沿的知识,以及湿地的价值评估方面具有争议性的例子。湿地生态学家Max Finlayson报告的主题是“合理利用湿地和持续的全球湿地损失退化”(Wise use and the ongoing global loss and degradation of wetlands),结合拉姆萨公约阐述了当代对湿地的合理利用及对其生态性格的维护。两位教授精彩的报告,为本次湿地大会的十场特邀报告奉上了压轴之作。今天,江苏省在会上举办了题为“湿地保护与江苏经济社会可持续发展”。 来自中国科学院南京分院、南京林业大学、南京师范大学、南京大学、世界自然基金会、江苏省林业局的专家进行了发言,分别针对滨海湿地与人为活动、水岸带生态过程与湿地生态保护、江苏湿地与国际迁徙候鸟保护、湿地公园建设与管理、江苏滨海湿地保护的重要价值、面临的挑战及思考、苏州湿地保护发展实践、江苏湿地保护与发展战略,介绍了苏州湿地保护管理工作开展情况,对湿地保护的探索实践及未来展望。江苏省位于长江、淮河流域下游,濒临黄海,江河密布,沟渠纵横,湖泊众多,滨海滩涂辽阔,湿地类型齐全多样,是全国湿地资源最丰富的省份之一。江苏湿地生态地位重要,东部滨海潮间带滩涂湿地是亚洲保存的最大规模同类型湿地,是东亚-澳大利亚候鸟迁徙通道。盐城湿地珍禽、大丰麋鹿国家级自然保护区被列为国际重要湿地,太湖、洪泽湖名列全国5大淡水湖第三、四位,并与石臼湖、高邮湖、盐城沿海湿地列为国家重要湿地。江苏丰富的湿地资源为区域社会经济发展提供了大量资源,对维护全省水文水质、蓄洪防旱、调节气候等发挥了不可替代的巨大生态功能,孕育了江苏悠久独特的湿地文化,“鱼米之乡”、“江南水乡”名扬海内外。生态文明是江苏“迈上新台阶、建设新江苏”的重要标杆,湿地保护作为江苏生态文明建设的重要内容之一,加强湿地保护与建设,对改善江苏生态环境质量,加强生态资源储备具有重要意义。本分会场的设置,旨在通过探讨湿地资源价值、湿地保护措施、湿地与经济社会发展的关系等,促进湿地保护与江苏经济社会可持续发展。今天上午还进行了2016第十届湿地大会口头汇报和海报展的评审,分别评审选出了6名口头汇报和9名展报优秀者予以奖励,以鼓励青年学者的创新思维和扎实研究。本次大会吸引了来自72个国家的约800名专家和学者的参与。闭幕式由南京大学生态研究院院长、南大生态学教授安树青主持,闭幕式上,本届大会联合秘书长南京大学校长助理李成教授、国际生态学协会湿地工作委员会联合主席Jenny Davis教授分别向青年学者颁发优秀汇报奖和优秀展报奖。闭幕式上,国际生态学协会湿地工作委员会联合主席Eugene Turner教授宣布《湿地常熟宣言》并简要介绍了下届大会的议题与提名,举行了简单的报名仪式,收集了举办意向。常熟宣言阐述了湿地的全球性意义、湿地与城市的关系、湿地对于人类发展的重大意义以及湿地评估、湿地与互联网的联系。呼吁政府和广大人民爱护湿地、保护家园。并宣布了本届湿地大会的成功举办。湿地国际首席执行官Jane Madgwick女士和湿地工作组联合主席Jos Verhoeven对本届大会进行总结。国际生态学协会向2016第十届国际湿地大会组委会颁发感谢状。2016第十届湿地大会的成功举办,得益于诸多专家学者和组委会的努力和协作。大会也具有很多亮点,如10余个国际重要组织、300余位国外嘉宾参与。大会得到了国际湿地公约秘书处(Ramsar)、湿地国际(WI)、湿地科学家学会(SWS)、世界自然基金会(WWF)、联合国教科文组织人与生物圈计划(UNESCO-MAB)、联合国环境规划署国际生态系统管理伙伴计划(UNEP-IEMP)等国际组织的支持;与会专家涵盖了全球湿地领域的重要专家,如Eugene Turner(国际生态学协会湿地工作委员会联合主席)、Jos Verhoeven (国际生态学协会湿地工作组联合主席)、Jennifer Ann Davis(国际生态学协会湿地工作组联合主席)、Ania Grobicki (国际湿地公约秘书处副秘书长)、Kimberli Ponzio (湿地科学家学会会长)、Jane Madgwick (湿地国际CEO)、William Mitsch教授(原国际生态工程协会主席)、Guther Geller (德国生态工程协会会长)等。他们为大会的开展提供了强有力的学术支持。本届湿地大会以多种形式展示我国湿地保护及建设状况,会议期间举办的湿地成就展。湿地成就展吸引了xx多人前往参观。其中包括世界各地生态湿地各个领域专家和学者等与会人员和嘉宾。记者随机采访了几位参观人员,他们均表示此次湿地成就展内容丰富、形式新颖,为他们带来了耳目一新的感觉。参展素材多样,范围涉及国家、省市多个层面,令人收获颇丰。本次大会得到政府部门的高度重视和大力支持;会上以多种形式展示我国湿地保护及建设状况,在会议期间举办湿地成就展;开展多种形式的分会场如湿地与生态文明实践分会场;国际生态学协会、中国生态学学会分别授予常熟湿地建设最佳典范奖、最佳生态建设奖以表彰常熟在湿地建设及生态文明实践中取得的成就。通过主办方和各协办单位的通力合作、各个领域学者和专家、与会人员的积极参与,2016第十届湿地大会作为一次成功的盛会,终于圆满落下了帷幕。相关的主题文章: