In addition, when discussing the issue of algal reefs, various parties often confuse landscape conservation with ecological conservation. With a history of 7,000 years, it is a geological landscape formed by algae reefs. In terms of landscape conservation, the discussion is about the actual development area and the proportion of reef body loss that may be caused by engineering accidents, whether it is acceptable or not; whether the engineering causes silting is not the point at all.
And if you are concerned about the algal popular database reef ecosystem, then you need to consider whether the species or cluster is unique? Is it possible to reply quickly after being interrupted? As for the so-called "7000-year algal reef ecology", that is to confuse geological algal reefs with ecological algal reefs. To crown the preciousness of the algal reef ecosystem with a history of 7,000 years does not help the discussion. Conservation must
continue before the referendum and after the referendum The essence of conservation is to discuss how to rationally utilize natural resources, and the process is full of compromises and compromises. It cannot be replaced by a referendum. But the referendum on the algae reef issue is still a case, so how should we choose?