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Let’s go to the moon - The introduction of Kaohsiung Mudstone Badland Geopark

Let’s go to the moon - The introduction of Kaohsiung Mudstone Badland Geopark

  • 統一編號GPN:1011001178
  • 出版日期:2021/08
  • 作/編/譯者:Shew-Jiuan SuChing Shao
  • 語言:英文
  • 頁數:80
  • 裝訂:平裝
  • ISBN/ISSN:9789865453671
  • 出版單位:國立臺灣師範大學
  • 開數:21*14.8
  • 版次:初版
  • 價格:定價$250


書籍介紹

Geoparks are an initiative launched by UNESCO in 1999, aimed at raising awareness of the connection between foundational geology and human life, society, as well as civilization, in which the concept of “Earth Science for Society” was highlighted. Geoparks represent four core values - landscape conservation, landscape environmental education, geo-ecotourism (geological and ecological tourism), and social engagement. These values are intimately connected and are based on the conservation of local geological environments, along with the involvement and guardianship of local communities, while creating bottom-up social agency that benefit sustainability. The development of geoparks in Taiwan was facilitated by the policies of landscape inventory by the Forestry Bureau and of community building by the Ministry of Culture. The policies enhanced the processes for recognizing landscapes and the mobilization of social forces.
Following the spirit of the UNESCO global geoparks, this handbook offers background knowledge on mudstone badlands, their terrain and ecology, economic landscape, and the cultural treasures surrounding life on the Kaohsiung Mudstone Badlands. We hope for readers to not only become familiar with the features of mudstone badlands but also appreciate the concept of “pursuing good fortune and avoiding disaster” by implementing the ideas of geopark.

目次

Preface
The value of Geoparks 01
01. What are Badlands: Have a quick fix of background knowledge
(i)、 What makes them “bad” 03
(ii)、 Background on Kaohsiung Badlands 05
(iii)、 Who to water a drying heart 07
(iv)、 Why get to know the badland landscape 09
02. Terrain and Ecology: Life of Abundance
(i)、 Nature’s artist on the badlands 11
(ii)、 An amazing adventure begins 13
(iii)、 The beating, boiling heart 15
(iv)、 Telling Chicken Comb and Kylin apart 19
03. Economic Landscape: Little protagonists of life on the badlands
(i)、 Hardy plants 23
(ii)、 Tying the badlands together 25
(iii)、 Thorny but gentle 27
(iv)、 Party of the badland sweethearts 29
(v)、 One bite gives you superpowers 33
(vi)、 The former badland happy farm 35
(vii)、 Flamingo flowers 37
04. Gathering of Talents: Cultural treasures on the badlands
(i)、 Gods of cooking on the badlands 39
(ii)、 Agents of justice are here 41
(iii)、 The Duck King 43
(iv)、 Skyward Ang-á 45
(v)、 Sandstone amid mudstone 47
(vi)、 Culture and belief 49
(vii)、 A splash of color 51
(viii)、 Moment is eternity 53
05. Satoyama Ecology: Ecological discovery on the badlands
(i)、 Secrets of beauty 61
(ii)、 Act now to guard our home 63
(iii)、 Night hunter: The grass-owls 65
(iv)、 Nocturnal black-clad fairy 67
(v)、 Life of the land – lover’s tears 69

編/著/譯者簡介

Shew-Jiuan Su
Department of Geography, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Republic of China
Ching Shao
Department of Graphic Arts and Communications, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan, Republic of China

序言/導讀

Geopark is an initiative launched by UNESCO in 1999, aimed at raising awareness of the connection between foundational geology and human life, society, as well as civilization, in which the concept of “Earth Science for Society” was highlighted. Geoparks represent the core values of landscape conservation, landscape environmental education, geo-ecotourism (both geological and ecological tourism), and social engagement. These values are intimately connected and are based on the conservation of geological environments, along with the involvement and stewardship of local communities, while creating bottom-up social agency to benefit sustainable development. The development of geoparks in Taiwan was facilitated by the policies of inventorying landscape by the Forestry Bureau and of community building by the Ministry of Culture. The policies enhanced the processes for recognizing landscapes and the mobilizing societal forces. Following the spirit of the UNESCO global geoparks, this handbook offers background knowledge on mudstone badlands, their terrain and ecology, economic landscape, and cultural treasures surrounding life on the Kaohsiung Mudstone Badlands. We hope for readers to not only become familiar with the unique features of mudstone badlands, but also appreciate the idea of “pursuing good fortunes and avoiding disasters” by implementing the concept of geopark.

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其他詳細資訊

  • 英文題名:Let’s go to the moon - The introduction of Kaohsiung Mudstone Badland Geopark
  • 適用對象:成人(業務參考),成人(學術性),成人(休閒娛樂)
  • 關鍵詞:自然地理,人文地理,地質公園,環境教育,社會行動
  • 附件:其他:
  • 頁/張/片數:80

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