Prof. Zhigang Jiang

Prof. Zhigang Jiang

  • Keynote Speaker
  • Speaker

Prof. Jiang’s research focuses on the endangered species of wild fauna, particularly the ecology, diversity, behaviour and conservation of mammals. He has authored more than 300 scientific publications and 20 books on those subjects, including Principles of Conservation Biology, Field Methods for Nature Conservation, Principles of Animal Behavior and Methods of Species Conservation and Mammalian Diversity and Geographic Distribution in China. He is affiliated with commissions and institutes working on red lists, wildlife and endangered species conservation and national parks. His keynote talk will focus on the wild ungulates of the grasslands in China, their status and their conservation. China is the country with the most diverse ungulate species in the world (71 species, 21% endemic), of which more than one third (25 species) inhabit various grassland habitats. Moreover, several are endangered and flagship species. He will explore the diversity, distribution and conservation of wild ungulates and ask the question of how to achieve conservation goals on grasslands that are increasingly used for production purposes. http://english.klaecb.ioz.cas.cn/research/groups/jiangzhigang/PI/ https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=1J3cc6oAAAAJ&hl=ja https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zhigang-Jiang

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