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Taiwan's Wetlands of Importance

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Wetlands of Regional Importance

Jiading Wetland

In 1991, Jhuhu Salt Pan ceased salt production due to the establishment of Hsinda High Sea Fishery Harbor. In Sep. 2011, Ministry of the Interior approved the establishment of Jiading Wetland Nature Park

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Yongan Salt Pan Wetland

During 1908-1910, the Japanese established Yongan Salt Pan (Wusulin Salt Pan). In 1984, Tai-power bought the salt pan to establish Hsinda Thermal Power Plant, and in 1987, Tai-power bought 40 ha of salt beach from Taiyen Company for coal ash landfills. The wetland contains a Baroque building, constructed during the Japanese colonial era.

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Dashu Manmade Wetland

Located underneath the Old Steel Bridge at the right bank of Kaoping River, the wetland includes a parking lot, a water park and a water purification zone.

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Niaosong Wetland

The wetland is located beside the main entrance of Cheng Ching Lake and was originally used for sedimentation by Water Company's Cheng Ching Lake Water Purification Plant. After filling Shiaobei Lake (little Cheng Ching Lake) with soils, the authorities established Labor Park and Chang Gung Hospital on the new land. Thus, the wetland plays an important role for water detention and flood prevention.

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Linyuan Manmade Wetland

The wetland is adjacent to Yuanlin Petro-chemical Industrial Park at the west bank of Gaoping Estuary, which is one of the pioneer areas for mangrove restoration in Taiwan.

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Yuanjhong Harbor Wetland

The wetland is divided by the Nanzhi Sewage Treatment Plant into eastern and western zones. The western zone is designated as salt and semi-salt mixed wetland, a more natural area with Black Mangrove trees; the eastern zone is designated as shallow marsh and deep water reservoir. Presently, the wetland is managed by Wetlands Taiwan.

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