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Experience Studying Activation Plan and Preservation Management of Cave Resources (동굴자원의 체험학습과 보존관리에 관한 방안)

  • Yoon, Jung-Mo
    • Journal of the Speleological Society of Korea
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    • no.75
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    • pp.55-64
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    • 2006
  • The extension of development and originality of the ability which is various leads and studying voluntary character and the ability back the education which it considers actively it raises and the infield it does. With activation plan of cave resources home page of Speleological Society of Korean like home page of Speleological Society of Japan cave crane information, caving information, cave Q/A, cave publication, the relation site back the possibility of seeing information regarding the cave which is various in order to be, it reorganizes. The possibility of coming in contact in order to be, various branch information also the general rain specialist regarding the cave resources. Currently the Possibility of seeing the various branch data for the application of the cave resources at any time it is, home page of Speleological Society of Korean the possibility of doing to lead in order to be, it proposes the plan. From one person it will be able to study the data regarding the cave of various field in order, all curricular materials regarding the cave resources the educational program which leads a home page about under developing it proposes the activation plan of the cave resources.

A Study on the Principle of Rural Village Planning Process Based on Rural Resources - Focused on Case Study of Two Rural Traditional Theme Villages - (농촌자원활용 마을계획개발과정에 관한 기초연구 -농촌전통테마마을사업 대상마을을 중심으로-)

  • Kim, Jin-Kyung;Kim, Hye-Min;Cho, Soon-Jae
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.10 no.4
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    • pp.29-37
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study is to propose the principle of rural village planning process based on rural resources, differently space planning process(regional planning, village planning, urban planning etc). The importance of this planning process is resources planning, facility planning, program planning. So we planed rural villages - two rural traditional theme villages. The major findings of this planning were as follows; First, we have to consider economic value of rural resources. Second, resources were used differently, according to village conditions, though same it. It is important to apply value-added it. Third, in future we have to additional studies; environment planning factor, community participation, resources evaluation in this planning.

A Study on Activating Blue Tourism by Value Chain Model (가치사슬 모형을 이용한 자원별 어촌관광 활성화 방안에 관한 연구)

  • 김진백
    • The Journal of Fisheries Business Administration
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.87-115
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    • 2003
  • Korean fisheries societies have had many difficulties for economic, social, and living circumstances. The government has tried many projects to improve these circumstances. But the results of the projects did not come up to his expectation. Recently, blue tourism is emerging as an alternative for improving these circumstances. So we applied a tourism value chain model for identifying what value activities and resources needed. According to the tourism value chain model, it was identified that there were six different value activities, i. e. advertising, reserving, moving, experiencing, returning, and after services of blue tourism. To identify which of the resources are sufficient or not in Korean blue tourism, we compared the required resources with actual ones. It was identified that Korean fisheries societies have so sufficient H/W related resources, but not IT related S/W resources, humanware-based resources, some industrial H/W resources and sociocultural resources. Therefore, Korean blue tourism will be activated, we have to concentrate our efforts on supplementing some scant blue tourism resources, i.e. S/W and humanware related resources and developing a variety of tourism programs to H/W resources. Generally, sustainable tourism needs all of S/W, H/W, and humanware resources. So we suggest several policies for the aspects of S/W, H/W, and humanware resources to activate blue tourism. But before carrying these policies out, they should be tested by field studies. And tourism motivations will be also studied because effective tourism marketing is impossible without an understanding of consumers' motivations.

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An Empirical Research on How IT Environment Resources Affect IT Performance and Sustainable Competitive Advantages (IT환경자원이 IT성과와 지속적인 경쟁우위에 미치는 영향에 관한 실증연구)

  • Kim, Hyo-Gun;Seo, Jee-Hyun;Suh, Hyun-Ju
    • Asia pacific journal of information systems
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    • v.10 no.1
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    • pp.107-122
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    • 2000
  • The resource-based theory addresses a new way of competition and the sustainability of advantages from competition, Moreover, Information Technology(IT) has interacted with other resources and gained the strategic importance. The central research task is to identify three relationships; (1) between organizational resources surrounding IT and IT performances, (2) between organizational resources surrounding IT and sustainable competitive advantages(SCA), and (3) between IT performances and the SCA. Results of the LISREL analysis show that firms must integrate IT into the other related resources of the organization and the management should consider comprehensive change management efforts rather than mere investments in technology to gain sustainable competitive advantages.

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A Study of Digitalization Performance of Sinological Resource in Korea (고문헌의 디지털화 성과 연구)

  • Cho Hyung-Jin
    • Journal of the Korean Society for Library and Information Science
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    • v.40 no.3
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    • pp.391-413
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    • 2006
  • This study analyzed the procedures and contents of digitalization of sinological resources owned by major sinological resource institutes in Korea. It investigated the united organizations that use such sinological resources It also assessed governmental policies and future Plans for digitalization of sinological resources. Finally, it proposed steps and conditions necessary for successful digitalization of sinological resources. (1) The level of digitalization of library management, searching, and usage system of national library, university library, and research library that has been applied since 1980s has already been highly advanced. The amount of sinological resources collected is significant and its substance value is very high. The digitalized resources are already distributed on internet partially. However, the level of digitalization of sinological resources still lacks some aspects and requires further effort. (2) The data base for digitalized sinological resources already available can be grouped into bibliographic information, contents and annotation, and full text. and it includes both domestic and foreign resources. The quantities of resources are as described in the body (3) The types of digital sinological resources include antient books. archives, micro, and book blocks. (4) The encoding DB methods of digital sinological resources include text. image, PDF. and etc. (5) The united organizations of sinological resources enable us to avoid duplicated investigation and enhance service efficiency. Here are some factors to consider in order to accomplish ideal digitalization of sinological resources. (1) First of all, it is necessary to organize a control center for digitalization procedures of old materials, and allow it a certain degree of authority to develop and Proceed a comprehensive Plan. (2) Both short- and long-term plans need to be developed in order to analyze various aspects of digitalization process. and their steps need to be taken gradually (3) It is necessary to train experts for old materials and let them construct and manage DB.

Experience studying activation plan of cave resources (동굴자원의 체험학습 활성화 방안)

  • Yoon, Jung-Mo
    • Journal of the Speleological Society of Korea
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    • no.70
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    • pp.29-35
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    • 2006
  • 21 century as the knowledge base society which demands an originality and a variety the updated technology and knowledge creation ability quality and national power of life of the citizen were under controlling. Consequently, the extension of development and originality of the ability which is various leads and studying voluntary character and the ability back the education which it considers actively it raises and the infield it does. With activation plan of cave resources home page of Speleological Society of Korean like home page of Speleological Society of Japan cave crane information, caving information, cave Q/A, cave publication, the relation site back the possibility of seeing information regarding the cave which is various in order to be, it reorganizes. The possibility of coming in contact in order to be, various branch information also the general rain specialist regarding the cave resources. Currently the possibility of seeing the various branch data for the application of the cave resources at any time it is, home page of Speleological Society of Korean the possibility of doing to lead in order to be, it proposes the plan. From one person it will be able to study the data regarding the cave of various field in order, all curricular materials regarding the cave resources the educational program which leads a home page about under developing it proposes the activation plan of the cave resources.

Groundwater Movement Analysis according to Groundwater-Surface Water Interaction (지표수-지하수 상호관계에 따른 지하수 유동분석)

  • Ahn, Seung-Seop;Park, Dong-Il;Jung, Do-Joon;Seok, Dong-Ki
    • Proceedings of the Korea Water Resources Association Conference
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    • pp.1945-1949
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    • 2009
  • It is fact that many research is advanced about management and security of water resources according to serious problem which is raising its head that conservancy and management of water resources development of population and industry. Ground water of water resources is the source of water resources security with surface water, so it have to be continuous exploitation and research however, until now it researched in separate way from surface water, and it become connect each other for the research in actual condition in recent times. The research analyzed the recharge at the SWAT model, interpreted by used GMS/MODFLOW model for ground water flow change.

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A Study on the Cognition of Elementary School Students of Biological Resources (생물자원에 대한 초등학생의 인식 조사 연구)

  • Choi, Hyeh-Sook;Yeau, Sung-Hee;Kil, Ji-Hyon
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.26-39
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    • 2009
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate cognitions of elementary school students of the biological resources. Subjects were 252 elementary school students in Seoul and Busan. An instrument that measures cognitions consists of 3 components: kinds of biological and non-biological resources, values of biological resources and interest of using biological resources. The three components were composed of 46 items. They had less cognition of living things than non-biological resources as resources. But, most of them conceived ecological environment to be resources. Almost 80% elementary school students thought that biological resources had values contributing to the existence and health of human beings, but less economic values except ecological values. They had cognition of biological resources which we should manage and research in. It is time to need the educational approach to integrate nature, economy and environment in environmental education. As concrete cases of biological resources are proposed, it activate elementary school students to get cognition of biological resources. In conclusion, values of biological resources will be materials for environmental education.

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Importance of taxonomic research for biodiversity of Korea

  • Hur, Wee-Haeng;Park, Chan-Ho;Min, Gi-Sik;Hyun, Chang-Woo;Bae, Eun Hee;Lee, Jeong Hyun;Jung, Eun-Hee;Yoo, Jung-Sun;Suh, Min Hwan
    • Journal of Species Research
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    • v.5 no.3
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    • pp.261-263
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    • 2016
  • In 2012, the NIBR started publishing the Journal of Species Research (JSR) as an international specialized journal of biological taxonomy focusing on taxonomic research. JSR Volume 5 Number 3, to be published in October 2016, has been planned as a 'Special Edition on New and Unrecorded Species of Invertebrates in Korea', and so it consists of the reports of 149 new and unrecorded invertebrate species (including protozoa) discovered in Korea. In future, the JSR should further accelerate the use of such methods to generate valid data for new species and effectively support the compilation of 'National List of Species of Korea'. In this way, it will contribute significantly to enrich for biodiversity in Korea.

DISTRIBUTION OF ORGANIC MATTERS AND RELEASE CHARACTERISTICS IN DAM RESERVOIR

  • Lee, Yo-Sang;Kim, Woo-Gu;Koh, Deuk-Koo;Yang, Jae-Rheen
    • Water for future
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    • v.35 no.5
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    • pp.21-30
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    • 2002
  • The inflow into a multi-purpose dam reservoir contains many suspended solids from the upper stream during the rainy season. Concentrations of SS increased to 73.3 mg/l and the TP measurement increased to 0.09 mg/l during the rainy season in 1999. It was discovered that particles less than $10\;\mu\textrm{m}$ in size composed about 50% of the total amount. Some of these particles reduce the reservoir capacity and have an impact on water. In this study, the sediment depth at Daecheong multi-purpose dam was examined. Piston coring was performed at 9 locations At Hoenam 1 out of 9 locations examined showed maximum depth, which was 90 cm and at Muneui 3 showed the minimum depth, which was 35 cm. At Hoenam, the release rate of TN was found to be $62.14~84.72\;mg/\textrm{m}^2{\cdot}day$ in 1998. However, it was found to considerably reduced to $23.20\;mg/\textrm{m}^2{\cdot}day$ in 2001. The release rate of TP was measured at $13.02~14.38\;mg/\textrm{m}^2$.day at 1998, and it was reduced to $6.93mg/\;mg/\textrm{m}^2{\cdot}day$ in 2001.

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