Siberian Cranes And How They Are Impacted By Human Activity.

According to comprehensive research at Poyang Lake, there is a strong relationship between crane distribution, water depth, and turbidity, with the production of plants on which Siberian cranes depend. Human activities, including disturbance factors such as proximity to villages, roads, and ships, have a significant impact on the crane population and distribution patterns. Additionally, climate change has also played a role in the variability of the Siberian crane habitat, with severe droughts in recent years. A study aimed at predicting the effects of climate change suggests that the species could lose breeding marshes in Asia, posing a significant threat to the critically endangered cranes. Ultimately, the most favorable habitats for Siberian cranes in the MLYRB are found in the Poyang Lake and Dongting Basin areas.

Based on available information, I wasn't able to retrieve specific citations from the research of Smith et al, Green et al, and Johnson et al on the impact of human activity on Siberian cranes. However, I found some insights from a broader search on the topic.

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