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Yunnan UNESCO

November 17, 2012 by  

Yunnan UNESCO, Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas, Consisting of eight geographical clusters of protected areas within the boundaries of the Three Parallel Rivers National Park, in the mountainous north-west of Yunnan Province, the 1.7 million hectare site features sections of the upper reaches of three of the great rivers of Asia: the Yangtze (Jinsha), Mekong and Salween run roughly parallel, north to south, through steep gorges which, in places, are 3,000 m deep and are bordered by glaciated peaks more than 6,000 m high.

The site is an epicentre of Chinese biodiversity. It is also one of the richest temperate regions of the world in terms of biodiversity.

Consisting of eight geographical clusters of protected areas within the boundaries of the Three Parallel Rivers National Park, in the mountainous north-west of Yunnan Province, the 1.7 million hectare site features sections of the upper reaches of three of the great rivers of Asia: the Yangtze (Jinsha), Mekong and Salween run roughly parallel, north to south, through steep gorges which, in places, are 3,000 m deep and are bordered by glaciated peaks more than 6,000 m high. The site is an epicentre of Chinese biodiversity. It is also one of the richest temperate regions of the world in terms of biodiversity.

Aires protégées des trois fleuves parallèles au Yunnan

Composé de huit groupes d’aires protégées contenues dans le Parc national des trois fleuves parallèles, dans le nord-ouest montagneux de la province du Yunnan, ce site de 1,7 million d’hectares comprend des secteurs du cours supérieur de trois des grands fleuves d’Asie : le Yangtze, le Mékong et le Salouen. Ces fleuves coulent pratiquement en parallèle, du nord vers le sud, à travers des gorges vertigineuses qui peuvent atteindre 3 000 mètres de profondeur et sont bordés de hauts sommets dont les pics glacés dépassent 6 000 mètres. Cette région tempérée est la plus riche du monde en diversité biologique, et elle est également un épicentre de la biodiversité en Chine.

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Source: UNESCO/BPI
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Source: UNESCO/ERI
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Source: UNESCO/ERI
Zonas protegidas del Parque de los Tres R?os Paralelos de Yunnan

Situado en la parte monta?osa del noroeste de la provincia de Yunnan, este sitio est? compuesto por ocho grupos de zonas protegidas que se hallan dentro del Parque Nacional de los Tres R?os Paralelos. Tiene una superficie de 1.700.000 hect?reas y abarca tramos del curso superior de tres grandes r?os de Asia: el Yangtsé, el Mekong y el Salwin, que discurren por gargantas de hasta 3.000 metros de profundidad y est?n flanqueados por picos de m?s de 6.000 metros de altura, coronados por nieves perpetuas. Adem?s, este sitio constituye un epicentro excepcional de la biodiversidad en China y es una de las regiones templadas del mundo con mayor diversidad biol?gica.

Source: UNESCO/ERI
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Located in the mountainous north-west of Yunnan Province in China, the Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas is a natural serial property consisting of 15 protected areas, grouped into eight clusters. The Property contains an outstanding diversity of landscapes, such as deep-incised river gorges, luxuriant forests, towering snow-clad mountains, glaciers, and alpine karst, reddish sandstone landforms (Danxia), lakes and meadows over vast vistas. The 1.7 million hectare site features sections of the upper reaches of three of the great rivers of Asia: the Yangtze (Jinsha), Mekong and Salween which run approximately parallel, north to south, through steep gorges which, in places, are 3,000 m deep and are bordered by glaciated peaks more than 6,000 m high. The property spans a large portion of the Hengduan Mountains, which is the major arc curving into Indochina from the eastern end of the Himalayas. Being located in the convergent regions of the three world’s major biogeographic realms, the property is in an epicentre of Chinese biodiversity. It may also harbour the richest biodiversity among the temperate areas of the world.

Criterion (vii): The deep, parallel gorges of the Jinsha, Lancang and Nu Jiang are the outstanding natural feature of the property; while large sections of the three rivers lie just outside the property boundaries, the river gorges are nevertheless the dominant scenic element in the area. High mountains are everywhere, with the glaciated peaks of the Meili, Baima and Haba Snow Mountains providing a spectacular scenic skyline. The Mingyongqia Glacier is a notable natural phenomenon, descending to 2700 m altitude from Mt Kawagebo (6740 m), and is claimed to be the glacier descending to the lowest altitude for such a low latitude (28° N) in the northern hemisphere. Other outstanding scenic landforms are the alpine karst (especially the ‘stone moon’ in the Moon Mountain Scenic Area above the Nu Jiang Gorge) and the ‘tortoise shell’ weathering of the alpine Danxia.

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