The wetland ecosystem is called “the kidney of the earth” and “the source of life.” Wetlands play an extremely important role in conserving water sources, maintaining water circulation
, purifying water quality, preventing wind and embankment, degrading pollution
, protecting biodiversity, storing floods and preventing drought, improving agricultural and animal husbandry production conditions, maintaining regional ecological balance
, and providing tourism resources.
At the same time, research on the interaction between strengthening climate change and the wetland ecosystem, as well as the establishment of more comprehensive climate change impact models and research on the effects of climate change on wetland biodiversity are of great significance.