Table 2: Current and predicted suitable habitat for giant panda based on the Canadian Centre for Climate Modeling Analysis (CGCM3) and Hadley Center for Climate Modeling (HadCM3)1.

RangeRemaining habitat in km2 (%)Lost habitat in km2 (%)Protected habitat in km2 (%) Number of patches (>200 km2)
CurrentCGCM3HadCM3CGCM3HadCM3CurrentCGCM3HadCM3CurrentCGCM3HadCM3

Qinling4,0684,063 (99)3,387 (83)5 (<1)681 (17) 2,919 (72) 2,917 (72) 2,517 (62)222
Minshan12,0762,694 (22)4,866 (40)9,383 (77)7,210 (60) 8,144 (67) 1,989 (16) 3,395 (28)547
Qionlai6,5514,089 (62)2,218 (34)2,462 (38)4,333 (66) 2,461 (38) 1,869 (28) 1,265 (19)442
Xiaoxiangling173148 (3)136 (8)1,683 (97)1,596 (92) 531 (31) 20 (<1) 27 (<1)300
Daxiangling36537 (10)39 (11)328 (90)326 (89) 123 (34) 22 (6) 20 (5)100
Liangshan3,481590 (171,369 (40)2,891 (83)2,112 (61) 885 (25) 136 (4) 292 (8)313

Total28,27311,520 (41)12,015 (43)16,753 (59)16,258 (58)15,0626,950 (25)7,516 (27)181114

1Remaining habitat are the areas of the current range predicted to remain suitable and lost habitat are areas not predicted to remain suitable in 2080. Protected habitat estimates are based on the current protected area system and percentages were calculated against the current distribution.