Anthropogenic disturbance found to be main factor affecting habitat quality of Great Bustards in Western China

A joint study by researchers from the Xinjiang Institute of Ecology and Geography (XIEG) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Eurasian Bustard Alliance has found that anthropogenic disturbance is the main factor affecting the habitat quality of the great bustard population in Western China.

The results were published in Global Ecology and Conservation on Nov. 16.”

Authors of this publication include Dr Wang Muyang, and Dr Mimi Kessler

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