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Examining Visitation to the Gyeryongsan National Park

  • Sim, Kyu-Won;Choe, Yun-Seon;Kim, Tae-Geun
    • Journal of Forest and Environmental Science
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    • v.34 no.3
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    • pp.242-245
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    • 2018
  • Understanding visit motivation to parks is important when attempting to improve visitor satisfaction and their intentions to revisit and recommend. The objective of this study is to not only examine the impact of visitors' motivations on their satisfaction, but also study the effect of their satisfaction on their behavioral intentions. This objective will be fulfilled using regression models populated with data from the Gyeryongsan National Park (GNP). Onsite surveys were collected during April and May 2017 at the Donghaksa, Gapsa, Cheonjeong, Sinwonsa, Sangsin, and Sutonggol information centers of the GNP (N=224). The results of this study indicate that the visitors' motivations influenced their visit satisfaction, which, in turn, impacted their behavioral intentions. The study's findings will help park managers and policy-makers establish effective park management strategies and enhance visitors' experiences.

Vascular Plants in the Gyeryongsan National Park (계룡산국립공원의 관속식물상)

  • Oh, Hyun-Kyung;Beon, Mu-Sup
    • Journal of Environmental Science International
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    • v.18 no.6
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    • pp.633-644
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    • 2009
  • The vascular plants in the Gyeryongsan National Park were listed 227 taxa; 71 families, 148 genera, 196 species, 1 subspecies, 26 varieties and 4 forms, Among them, trees and herbs were 103 taxa (45.4%), 124 taxa (54.6%), respectively. The rare plants were identified 6 taxa such as Paeonia obovata (Legal protection species), Viola albida, Acanthopanax chiisanensis, Lilium distichum, Lilium callosum and Goodyera schlechtendaliana by the Korea Forest Service. Based on the list of Korean endemic plants, 8 taxa were recorded; Cephalotaxus koreana, Pseudostellaria multiflora, Thalictrum uchiyamai, Indigofera koreana, Acanthopanax chiisanensis, Asperula lasiantha, Weigela subsessilis and Carex okamotoi. Based on the list of approved for delivering overseas of plants, 6 taxa were recorded; Viola albida, Acanthopanax chiisanensis, Asperula lasiantha, Carex okamotoi, Lilium distichum and Lilium callosum. Specific plant species by floral region were total 21 taxa (9.3%); Paeonia obovata in class V, 5 taxa (Betula davurica, Acer palmatum, Asperula lasiantha, Lonicera subhispida, Phaenosperma globosa) in class III, 4 taxa (Viola orientalis, Acanthopanax chiisanensis, Ostericum melanotilingia, Lilium distichum) in class II and 11 taxa (Cephalotaxus koreana, Betula schmidtii, Quercus variabilis, Aphananthe aspera, Ilex macropoda, Meliosma oldhamii, Tilia amurensis, Lilium callosum, Erythronium japonicum, Polygonatum inflatum, Hosta capitata) in class I. It is important that relationship between national and local government will be needed for preservation of natural environment of Gyeryongsan National Park. As well, a long time of monitering and systematical management counterplan will be required.

The Effect of Gyeryongsan National Park Visitors' Tourism Motivation on Satisfaction and Behavior Intention: Moderation Effect of Tourism Purpose (계룡산 국립공원 방문객의 관광동기가 만족도 및 행동의도에 미치는 영향 - 관광 목적을 조절효과로 -)

  • Kim, Hyo-Jung;Kim, Si-Joong
    • Journal of the Economic Geographical Society of Korea
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.314-331
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    • 2012
  • This study aims at examining the effect of Gyeryongsan national park visitors' tourism motivation on satisfaction and behavior intention based on conducted questionnaires. According to the empirical analyses, two effects were drawn. The results are as follows: First, the effect of tourism motivation on satisfaction and behaviour intention: Second, the moderation effect of tourism purpose on tourism motivation, satisfaction, and behavior intention. According to hypothesis testing for this study, physical motivation and personal motivation influenced satisfaction in terms of tourism motivation and satisfaction for the national park destinations. In addition, physical motivation and personal motivation affected behaviour intention in terms of tourism motivation and behaviour intention for the tourism destinations. Tourist satisfaction, besides, had a significant effect on revisit and word-of-mouth intention. Finally, moderate variables of tourism purpose had a significant influence on tourism motivation, satisfaction, and behaviour intention.

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A Study of Estimation of Forest Ecosystem Carbon Storage in Gyeryongsan National Park, Korea (계룡산 국립공원 산림생태계의 탄소축적량 산정에 관한 연구)

  • Jang, Ji-Hye;Yi, Joon-Seok;Jeong, Ji-Sun;Song, Tae-Young;Lee, Kyengjae;Suh, Sang-Uk;Lee, Jaeseok
    • Korean Journal of Ecology and Environment
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    • v.47 no.4
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    • pp.319-327
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    • 2014
  • Understanding and quantifying of carbon storage in ecosystem is very important factor for predicting change of global carbon cycle under the global climate change. We estimated total ecosystem carbon in Gyeryongsan National Park with naturally well preserved ecosystem in Korea. Vegetation of Gyeryongsan National Park was classified with mainly four communities with Quercus mongolica (1,743.5 ha, 38.0%), Quercus variabilis (1,174.0 ha, 25.6%), Quercus serrata (971.9 ha, 21.2%), Pinus densiflora (695.2 ha, 15.2%). Biomass and soil carbons were calculated from biomass allometric equations based on the DBH and carbon contents of soil and litter collected in quadrat in each community. The tree biomass carbon was in Quercus variabilis ($130.1tCha^{-1}$), Pinus densiflora ($111.1tCha^{-1}$), Quercus mongolica ($76.2tCha^{-1}$), Quercus serrata ($39.0tCha^{-1}$). Soil carbon storage was in Quercus mongolica ($159.7tCha^{-1}$), Quercus serrata ($121.0tCha^{-1}$), Pinus densiflora ($110.5tCha^{-1}$), Quercus variabilis ($90.8tCha^{-1}$). Ecosystem carbon storage was Pinus densiflora ($239.9tCha^{-1}$), Quercus mongolica ($235.9tCha^{-1}$), Quercus variabilis ($226.0tCha^{-1}$), Quercus serrata ($165.9tCha^{-1}$), total amount was $867.7tCha^{-1}$. The area of each vegetation carbon storage was Quercus mongolica ($411,200tCha^{-1}$), Quercus variabilis ($265,300tCha^{-1}$), Pinus densiflora ($166,800tCha^{-1}$), Quercus serrata ($161,200tCha^{-1}$) and the total ecosystem carbon amount estimated $1,045,400tCha^{-1}$ at Gyeryongsan National Park. Theses results indicate that different in naturally well preserved ecosystem.

Temple Forest Vegetation Structure of Cultural Heritage Site in Mt. Gyeryongsan National Park - Focused on Donghaksa, Gapsa and Sinwonsa - (계룡산국립공원 공원문화유산지구 사찰림의 식생구조)

  • Song, Ju-Hyeon;Kwon, Soon-Sun;Kim, Ho-Jin;Lee, Jeong-Eun;Yun, I-Seul;Siswo, Siswo;Kim, Hyun-Seop;Yun, Chung-Weon
    • Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology
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    • v.33 no.6
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    • pp.722-733
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    • 2019
  • This study was carried out to provide basic information for the ecological preservation management of temple forest (Donghaksa, Gapsa, Sinwonsa) by investigating the ecological characteristics of vegetation structure of the Cultural Heritage Site in Mt. Gyeryongsan National Park based on the Braun-Blanquet vegetation survey method from September 2018 to May 2019. As a result of hierarchical cluster analysis, the forest vegetation was classified into 3 vegetation units (Zelkova serrata - Akebia quinata - Kerria japonica community, VU1; Quercus serrata - Callicarpa japonica - Carpinus cordata community, VU2; and Pinus densiflora - Prunus sargentii - Fraxinus sieboldiana community, VU3). The indicator species of each vegetation unit were 12 taxa, 8 taxa, and 6 taxa, respectively. The result of the importance value analysis showed that Z. serrata had the highest importance value in all vegetation units, and the result of the species diversity analysis showed that the species diversity of VU3 was 0.939, which was relatively higher than other vegetation units. The result of the CCA of correlation between vegetation units and abiotic environmental factors showed that VU2 had a negative correlation with altitude, and biotic environmental factors had no significant correlation with vegetation units.

Forest Vegetation of Upper Zone in Gyeryongsan National Park (계룡산 상부 지역의 산림식생)

  • 김효정;이미정;이규석;박관수;송호경
    • Korean Journal of Environmental Biology
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    • v.22 no.1
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    • pp.127-132
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    • 2004
  • The purpose of this study was to understand plant community structure in upper zone of Gyeryongsan National Payk. Total 51 plots were set up and surveyed toy this study. The fifty one plots were classified into four communities such as Quereus mongolica community, Carpinus laxiflora community, Pinus densiflora community, and Quercus variabizis community. The Quercus mongotica community were found in 29 plots of the 51 plots and the differential species in the community weve Quercus mongolica, Acer pseudosieboldianum var. koreanum, Arisaema amurense var. serratum, Diarrhena japonica, and Saussurea gyacilis. The Carpinus laxiflora community were found in 10 plots of the 51 plots and the differential species in the community were Carpinus laxiflora, Carpinus cordata, Cornus eontroversa, Carex siderosticta, and Hydrangea serrata for. acuminata. The Pinus densiflora community were found in 7 plots of the 51 plots and the differential species in the community were Pinus densiflora, Lespedeza maximowiczii, Rubus crataegifotius, Miseanthus sinensis, Persicaria filiforme, Artemisia keiskeana, and spodiopogon sibiricus. the Quereus vuriabilis community were found in 5 plots of the 51 plots and the differential species in the community were Quercus variabilis.

A study on the flora of Gyeryongsan (계룡산의 자원식물상 연구)

  • Tho Jae-Hwa;Kim Dong-Kap;Tae Kyoung-Hwan;Kim Joo-Hwan
    • Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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    • v.18 no.1
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    • pp.85-116
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    • 2005
  • Gyeryongsan(845m) is located at $36^{\circ}\;18'\;02'\;-36^{\circ}\;23'\;38'$ in latitude, at $127^{\circ}\;11'\;60'-127^{\circ}\;17'\;86'$ in longitude and on Nonsan City and Gongju City in Chungnam Province. Gyeryongsan shows the typical vegetation patterns including the middle area of temperate region represented by the secondary forests of Quercus mongotica and Q. serrata. And we tried to discuss on the distribution and availability of vascular plants including economical plants. The results of plant collection and their investigation from April in 1998 to October in 2002 are as follows : The vascular plants consist of total 684 taxa; 3 hybrids, 12 forms, 84 varieties, 1 subspecies, 584 species, 357 genera, 100 families, 34 orders, 4 classes, 3 subphyla. In this area useful resources plants were 277 taxa$(40.5\%)$ forage source, 261 taxa$(38.2\%)$ edible source, 204 taxa$(29.8\%)$ medicinal source, 80 taxa$(11.7\%)$ ornamental source, 20 taxa$(2.9\%)$ timber source, 3 taxa$(0.4\%)$ industrial raw material source respectively. Also, the Korean endemic plants are 29 taxa($4.2\%$ among total 684 taxa); 5 varieties, 24 species, 27 genera, 20 families. And rare and endangered plants are 2 taxa; Paeonia obovate, Gastrodia elata. Also, the naturalized plants are 31 taxa($4.5\%$ among total 684 taxa and $13.7\%$ among the total naturalized plants in Korea).

A Study on Development of Medical Wild Plant Resources in the Southern Area of Korea 1. Investigation of the Herb Plant Resources around Mountain of south Korea (남한지역 한약자원식물의 수집분류와 이용체계에 관한 연구 1. 남한지역 한약자원 식물의 수집분류)

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    • Korean Journal of Plant Resources
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    • v.5 no.2
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    • pp.113-127
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    • 1992
  • The plants medicinal resources of southern area(Soraksan, Bughansan, Odesan, Gwanagsan, Sollaegsan, Gyeryongsan, Sogrisan, Deogyusan, Chinsan, Jogyesan, Mudeungsan, Hallasan) ofkorea were investigated 10 times from May 1,1992 to November 30,1992In order to analyze the vegetation of southem area, medical wild plants structure and distr:~bution.Medical wild plants of southern area consisted of 94 familis,284 specis in all. The resources of impor-tant herb drugs were Polypodiaceae, Graminea, Liliaceae, polygonaceae, Ranunculaceae,Brassicaceae, Rosaceae, Favaceae, Apiaceae, Ldbiatae, Solanaceae, Companulaceae, Compositae.The herb drygs were comparatively more thanin other mounteins in our country.

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