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Evaluation of regional ecosystem by landscape ecological measure - Case study in Yongin City - (경관지수를 이용한 지역생태계 평가 - 용인시를 대상으로 -)

  • Cho, Yong-Hyeon
    • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
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    • v.9 no.4
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    • pp.349-362
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    • 2000
  • In the study, the feasibility of landscape ecological measures as indices system for interpretation and evaluation of regional ecosystem was investigated through the application to Yongin City. Each patch metrics well showed the class structure and supplemented the class metrics, and class metrics also showed well the landscape structure and supplemented the landscape metrics. And the change analysis through subtraction of two set of landscape ecological measurement in two point of time showed the dynamic trends very well. One of the dynamic trends in Yongin City was the rapid fragmentation. While there was no landcover data on Yongin City, using Landsat data and remote sensing techniques were proved to be efficient and effective to produce the digital landcover data.

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A Study of Waterfront Use in Urban Rivers (도시하천의 수변공간 이용에 대한 연구)

  • Kim, Byeong-Chan;Kim, Man-Sik;Oh, Ji-Eun
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.467-468
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    • 2011
  • 하천에서의 친수활동은 하천의 경관, 생태계, 물 등을 이용하여 이루어지는 인간활동과 심리적 만족감으로 하천어메니티의 한 요소로서 매우 중요하다. 그중 도시하천은 이용에 대한 요구와 자연환경보전이란 관심이 고조되고 있어 본 연구에서는 설문지 조사를 통한 전문가 의견을 토대로 다기준의사결정 기법을 이용하여 하천이용지수를 개발하였다.

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Development for Wetland Network Model in Nakdong Basin using a Graph Theory (그래프이론을 이용한 낙동강 유역의 습지네트워크 구축모델 개발)

  • Rho, Paikho
    • Journal of Wetlands Research
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    • v.15 no.3
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    • pp.397-406
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    • 2013
  • Wetland conservation plan has been established to protect ecologically important wetlands based on vegetation integrity, spatial distribution of endangered species, but recently more demands are concentrated on the landscape ecological approaches such as topological relationship, neighboring area, spatial arrangements between wetlands at the broad scale. Landscape ecological analysis and graph theory are conducted to identify spatial characteristics related to core nodes and weak links of wetland networks in Nakdong basin. Regular planar model, which is selected for wetland networks, is applied in the Nakdong basin. The analysis indicates that 5 regional groups and 4 core wetlands are extracted with 15km threshold distance. The IIC and PC values based on the binary and probability models suggest that the wetland group C composed of main stream of Nakdong river and Geumho river is the most important area for wetland network. Wetland conservation plan, restoration projected of damaged and weak links between wetlands should be proposed through evaluating the node, links, and networks from wetlands at the local to the regional scale in Nakdong basin.

Spatial Characteristic Analysis for the Main Production Areas of Vegetables based on Landscape Indices (경관지수를 활용한 채소 주산지 공간적 분포 특성 분석)

  • Bae, Seung-jong;Kim, Dae-Sik;Kim, Soo-Jin;Oh, Yun-Gyeong
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.23 no.1
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    • pp.135-146
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    • 2017
  • The objective of this study is to accurately understand the spatial distribution characteristics of the main production area for the three vegetable crops such as Chinese cabbage, radish, and hot pepper. We applied the 8 landscape indices such as TA, NP, PD, LPI, LSI, PLADJ, COHESION, and CONNECT to 35 cities and counties using FRAGSTATS. In the case of main production area for Chinese cabbage, six cities and counties in Gangwon province were revealed as a relatively high degree of aggregation by cultivation parcels than other area. In addition, Gangneung city and Hongcheon county have been analyzed to be the most aggregated area in the case of radish and hot pepper, respectively. In the future, the spatial analysis method used in this study would be helpful to develop an effective regional plan of the main production area.

A Spatio-temporal Change Analysis of Rural Landscape Patterns using Landscape Ecology Indices : Focused on a Part of Gyeonggi-do (경관생태지수를 활용한 농촌경관의 시계열적 변화 분석 - 경기도 일부 시.군을 대상으로 -)

  • Oh, Yun-Gyeong;Choi, Jin-Yong;Bae, Seung-Jong;Jang, Min-Won
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.49 no.6
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    • pp.65-76
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    • 2007
  • Studies in landscape ecology have emphasized on the relationship between landscape patterns and shapes. A variety of landscape metrics has been developed so far to quantify landscape structures. Therefore, their developments and widespread applications become possible with the advent of spatial information systems including geographic information systems(GIS) and remote sensing. This study is to grasp the change of land use and landscape ecology indices, and to analyze the change of landscape structure in a part of Gyeonggi-do during 15 years from 1985 to 2000. Green-area distribution maps and agricultural-area distribution maps for the analysis were reconstructed from land cover maps constructed by WAMIS(Water Management Information System). And then, 4 landscape ecology indices(TA, LPI, SHAPE_AM, CAI_MN) for the green-area and 5 landscape ecology indices(TA, PD, LPI, LSI, CAI_MN) for the agricultural-area were selected by using pearson correlation analysis. According to the spatio-temporal change analysis using landscape ecology indices, the green-area fragmentation of Yongin was the most severe of the study area and the agricultural-area fragmentation of Gwangju and Namyangju was more severe than any other regions.

The Effect of The Special Law on the Waterfront-Space Use on Space and Landscape Change of Four Major Rivers - Focused on the EcoDeltaCity Project of Nakdong River - (4대강 친수구역 활용에 관한 제도가 하천 유역의 공간 변화에 미치는 영향 분석 - 낙동강 유역 에코델타시티 지역을 대상으로 -)

  • Kim, Jong Gu;Kim, Yu Jun;Kang, Youn Won;Hong, Ji Su
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Civil Engineers
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.699-710
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    • 2014
  • Government enacted "The special Law on the waterfront-space" to conduct four-river refurbishment project and to construct systematically regions around national rivers from 2009. This law allows public apartments and recreational facilities etc. to be located around four-river, then the law may give rise to serious space change and landscape damage. So we draw some problems of the established development project about the riverside area, and expected a space and landscape change of waterfront-space with a 3D simulation. The result, it is important to adjust the development density of site and apply various contents with take the regional characteristics into consideration for sustainable development.

Perspectives on the Landscape Ecological Function of Dangsan Forests and Rural Community Forests as a Stream Landscape (하천경관으로서 당산숲.마을숲의 경관생태학적 기능 고찰)

  • Choi, Jai-Ung;Kim, Dong-Yeob
    • Journal of Environmental Policy
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.31-55
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    • 2005
  • Dangsan forests and Rural Community Forests(RCF) have been historical assets for the rural communities of more than 40,000 in Korea and they have provided an identity through the cultural heritage. The Dangsan forests and the RCF are parts of a unique cultural landscape in the rural areas as components of stream landscape. In many cases, the Dangsan forests and the RCF are located close to stream corridors. The objective of this study was to understand the function of the Dangsan forests and the RCF on stream water quality and to evaluate its ecological landscape values. Through the consideration of international concensus and domestic government policy for close-to-nature stream, we could find out that Dangsan forests and RCF's have close relationship with the close-to-nature streams. The water quality of the streams close to the Dangsan forests and the RCF are maintained with local culture. It is also compared to the streams located where Dangsan forests and the RCF are absent. Eight study sites were selected. Water samples were collected at three different locations at each study site. Water samples were analyzed for temperature, pH, total P, total N, dissolved oxygen, EC, BOD, COD and SS. Aquatic invertebrates were observed as water quality indicator species. The results showed that the number of aquatic invertebrate species, GPI, DO, EC, BOD, and SS were significantly improved in stream water due to the presence of the Dangsan forests and the RCF. The role of Dangsan forests and the RCF was evident in the conservation of stream landscape and rural culture as well as in maintaining stream water quality. The management schemes of the streams with Dangsan forests and the RCF's are also suggested.

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A Study on Characteristics of the Vegetation Structures and Vegetation Landscape Management in the Cultural Landscape Forest of Unmun Temple, Cheongdo-gun, Korea (청도군 운문사 문화경관림 식생구조 특성과 식생경관 관리방안 연구)

  • Lee, Do-I;Han, Bong-Ho;Kwak, Jeong-In
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.47 no.3
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    • pp.81-92
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    • 2019
  • This study was conducted to establish vegetation structure characteristics and vegetation management plan of the cultural landscape forests located around Unmun Temple in Cheongdo-gun and to provide the basic data needed to manage the cultural landscape forests. The landscape characteristics are analyzed in two perspectives including the landscape as viewed from inside and outside of Unmun Temple and eight landscape views are selected. Main views are Pinus densiflora forest and Abies holophylla forest around Unmun Temple. As a result of the survey of existing vegetation around Cheongdo-gun Unmun Temple, P. densiflora forests and P. densiflora-A. holophylla forests are widely distributed, occupying 79.2% of the forest. The plant community structure was classified into seven types according to the three topographic characteristics, flat forests, slope forests, and lower forests, Which were divided into a total of 30 survey plots and the average relative importance percentage was determined. The P. densiflora community on the flat are dominated by Carpinus tschonoskii in Under-canopy. The P. densiflora-A. holophylla community on the flat had a relatively high rate of domination in the shrubs. There were no competing species for the A. holophylla community on the plat. The large standard P. densiflora and the small standard P. densiflora were expected to be confined by P. serrulata var. pubescens and the Quercus variabilis on the slopes. The managed P. densiflora community had a relatively high rate of P. densiflora domination in the shrubs. The P. densiflora community on the lowland was dominated by Styrax japonicus and P. serrulata var. pubescens. The Shannon species diversity index was 0.2360 to 1.4088. The results of the correlation analysis with P. densiflora, A. holophylla and other species were P. densiflora had negative correlation with Acer mono, Corylus heterophylla var. heterophylla, Zelkova serrata and A. holophylla, and A. holophylla have negative correlation with S. japonicus and P. densiflora. Landscape characteristics and plant community structures are analyzed to propose management methods of maintaining and restoring The P. densiflora and A. holophylla cultural forest landscapes around Unmun Temple.

A Study on Causal Relationship About the Reparations Range (손해배상범위에 관한 인과관계의 연구)

  • Choi Hwan-Seok;Park Jong-Ryeol
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.6 no.4
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    • pp.146-157
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    • 2006
  • Causal relationship means what relations the result occurred have with a fact as a reason. In general, a formular that no result exists without reasons is used for the method to confirm existence and inexistence of causal relationship. Problematic causal relationships in Private Law are reparations (Article No. 393 of Private Law) due to debt nonfulfillment and reparation due to tort (Application of Article No. 393 by Article No. 750, and No. 763 of Private Law). The purpose pursued by reparation system in private law is to promote equal burden of damages, and the range of reparation at this time is decided by the range of damage and the range of damage is decided by the principle of causal relationship. That the causal relationship theory fairly causes confusion by treating one problem and the other problem as the same thing, instead of dividing them according to the purpose of protection presented by the law is a reason of the criticism from different views.

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A Habitat Characteristic of Population of Khingan Fir(Abies Nephrolepis) in Seoraksan National Park Using Landscape Indices (경관지수를 활용한 설악산국립공원 아고산대 분비나무개체군의 서식지 특성)

  • Lee, Ho-young;Park, Hong-chul;Lee, Na-yeon;Lee, Ho
    • Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology
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    • v.34 no.2
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    • pp.170-178
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    • 2020
  • There are few landscape ecological analyses of Khingan fir (Abies nephrolepis) and other habitats of the sub-alpine zone in South Korea. In this study, we tried to quantitatively interpret and assess the habitat characteristics by analyzing 15 landscape indices according to the differences in tree layer coverage, in the Khingan fir habitat growing naturally in the sub-alpine zone of Seoraksan National Park. It was difficult to identify the tendency of landscape ecology to increase and decrease the tree layer coverage in the study site, which was the entire Khingan fir habitat in Seoraksan National Park. However, the Khingan fir habitat was found to be generally low in coverage, and population density as the tree layer coverage of less than 50 percent accounts for 85 percent of the total habitat. Moreover, the Khingan fir habitat in the 10 to 50 percent range was fragmented into a total of 286 patches, making it relatively less connected to the habitat. The total edge length and edge density, which could determine the edge effect of the main part according to the physical form, were the highest in the habitat of 26 to 50 percent coverage, indicating a relatively high impact from outside than habitats of other coverages. The shape with the tree layer coverage of between 10 and 50 percent was more complex even with patches of the same size, and it is believed that these characteristics make it more susceptible to habitat fragmentation and external confounding. We expect that the results of this study can be useful for time series analysis of spatial expansion or reduction of the Khingan fir habitat in Seoraksan National Park and provide the reference data for the morphological change and movement of patches and the connectivity and break-off between forests.