By Dbang 'dus sgrol ma, Dkon mchog dge legs, Mgon po tshe ring, and Dpal ldan chos dbyings (CK Stuart and G Roche eds; William Bleisch, Preface)
3 Tibetan groups in Yushu Tibetan independent Prefecture, and Rtswa chog group in Hainan Tibetan independent Prefecture, Qinghai Province, PR China are studied when it comes to China's pastoral improvement rules and their impression on neighborhood Tibetans.
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Monica Garry and The Bridge Fund; Mr. Ravi Lakshmikanthan, Professor Ricardo Godoy, and Professor Kelly Ready at Heller School, Brandeis University, for their advice and suggestions; the Highland Assistance Service Group and Dr. Camille Richard for the use of materials; and Dr. CK Stuart and Dr. Gerald Roche for suggestions, comments, and editing. •37• INTRODUCTION Tens of thousands of yaks and sheep were killed in a blizzard in Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai Province, PR China in 1997.
Potentilla anserina was the third dominant species in the area with 2,439 individuals. Vegetation on the two sites was compared. Results indicated that the dominant species in both sites were Kobresia spp. and Anaphalis spp. These findings suggest that the dominant species coverage in Rtswa chog and Yul gyi nyi ma was similar. Vegetation Density. The general composition of grass species on the two sites was very similar (Figure 8). Kobresia spp. had the highest density in both Rtswa chog and Yul gyi nyi ma and was the main pasture species.
To measure the correlation between amount of fenced pasture and animal productivity, butter productivity (kg/ year) was used to measure animal productivity. The amount of kilograms of butter produced annually is commonly accepted as a measure of animal productivity. The amount of butter should increase as the fenced area expands. If the fence serves its purpose, APC #1 should have the highest butter production and APC #7 should have the lowest. However, the butter production of APC #1 and APC #7 are almost identical, as shown in Figure 9.
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