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Functions of Nature Trails in Mt. Seorak National Park Focused on Environmental Educational Aspects

환경교육적 측면에서 본 설악산 국립공원의 자연관찰로 기능에 관하여

  • 조태동 (강릉대학교 환경조경학과)
  • Published : 2004.07.01

Abstract

Having the Seorak mountain National Park as an object of study, this research grasps the problems of the present environmental observatories through the awareness investigations of visitors towards the function of environmental observatories made by the evironmental education. In order to achieve this, a questionaire has been conducted for 26 days, starting from the 25th October 2002, directed towards 100 visitors to the Seorak mountain National Park about the maps and degree of satisfaction of the usage ofthe environment observatory and explanation program. The results of the analysis show that general satisfaction on the environmental observatories are valued very negatively. This informs us that the present environmental observatories under the environment education are not fullfilling entirely their functions. Supporting itself upon the basis of the visitors' questionaire, this research has attempted the resolution of the present problems having as an object of study the scenery and cultural resources present in the Seorak mountain National Park, and proposing an entertaining environmental education of the environment observatory's constitution.

Keywords

Environmental education;Nature trails;Seorak national park

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