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Title: 封溪護漁河段管理之研究-以雙溪河為例
A Study on Dispark and Management of Stream Closing and Fish Protection Area-Case of Shuangsi River
Authors: 許齡文;莊慶達
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Marine Affairs and Resource Managemen
Keywords: 封溪護漁;永續發展;參與式管理;雙溪河
Stream Closing and Fish Protection、Sustainable Development;Participatory Management;Shuangsi River
Date: 2008-01
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:21:32Z
Publisher: 2008年動物行為暨生態學術聯合年會-摘要
Abstract: 近幾十年來台灣在經濟發展的過程中,大幅提高對於自然資源的利用,造成生態環境在過度開發行為下受到某種程度的衝擊,溪流環境亦受破壞。而封溪護漁是具有兼顧地區經濟發展、生態保育及社會分配正義等概念的永續發展行動。封溪護漁措施近年來在台灣蔚為風潮,但雖然目前多數實施封溪護漁的河川資源已有恢復的跡象,但在河川資源的管理上卻面臨不知如何合理開放的瓶頸。有鑑於此,探討如何建立有效的封溪護漁河段之經營管理模式,進而落實資源的永續利用也就格外顯得重要。因封溪護漁河段開放垂釣相關制度及問題探討之研究較少,本文針對封溪護漁河段開放垂釣之管理制度進行討論,並兼論進行流域管理的可能性。
For the past decades, Taiwan in her economic development, widely use the natural resources and overexploitation behavior have caused the ecological environment deteriating to a certain degree, and stream environment experienced the same situation. Concept of “Stream Closing and Fish Protection” provide the sustainable development action, which consider the regional economic development, ecological conservation and social distribution justice etc. “Stream Closing and Fish Protection” have implemented in Taiwan in recent years, and most stream resource already have phenomenon of recovering, but how to reopen is still a bottleneck and deserved to study. At present, research on opening fishing system for the stream of “Stream Closing and Fish Protection”is few, and this study examine the opening fishing system management and the possibility to implement management of basin.
This study selected one area which have compatibility and demonstrative destination, and dicuss the problems of the opening fishing system management for the stream of “Stream Closing and Fish Protection”. Shuangsi River which located in Taipei County has a good natural environment of Stream fishing. In recent years, Shuangsi and Gungliau Township have implemented “Stream Closing and Fish Protection”, and in 2006, Shuangsi Township reopen part of Shuangsi River for fishing, thus it was chosen as case discussion. Literature review, questionnaire surveys and on-site observation methods, respondents views and opinions were studied.
Empirical results show “Stream Closing and Fish Protection” is essencial on conservation and promot the local economic development. Most angler agreed that fishing can be charged, and looking for a fishing permit system. In addition, results found most successful “Stream Closing and Fish Protection”region have good use of resources to develop the eco-tourism and recreational fishing mainly, but some areas that develop recreational fishing fail because of imperfect management and need to take care before reopen system. We suggest areas of the fishing ban focus on important habitat, that can reduce the cost of scope for ranger guard. In addition, through environmental education and economic incentives promote public participate in utilization and conservation.
Finally, due to diversion river management administrationit, it is important to establish an integrated linkages for effective management and enforcement power. Because Shuangsi and Gungliau Township are equal units, we suggest consider the Shuangsi River as a unit to organize a committee or co-managed institutions to proceed the river management.
Relation: pp.37
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/25196
Appears in Collections:[海洋事務與資源管理研究所] 演講及研討會

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