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산림 입지토양 환경요인에 의한 상수리나무와 신갈나무의 적지추정
Estimation of Forest Productive Area of Quercus acutissima and Quercus mongolica Using Site Environmental Variables

이승우   (국립산림과학원CC0187392  ); 원형규   (국립산림과학원CC0187392  ); 신만용   (국민대학교UU0000250  ); 손영모   (국립산림과학원CC0187392  ); 이윤영   (국립산림과학원CC0187392  );
  • 초록

    This study was conducted to estimate site productivity of Quercus acutissima and Quercus mongolica by four forest climatic zones. We used site environmental variables (28 geographical and pedological factors) and site index as a site productivity indicator from nation-wide 23,315 stands. Based on multiple regression analysis between site index and major environmental variables, the best-fit multivaliate models were made by each species and forest climatic zone. Most of site index prediction models by species were regressed with seven to eight factors, including altitude, relief, soil depth, and soil moisture etc. For those models, three evaluation statistics such as mean difference, standard deviation of difference, and standard error of difference were applied to the test data set for the validation of the results. According to the evaluation statistics, it was found that the models by climatic zones and species fitted well to the test data set with relatively low bias and variation. Also having above middle of site index range, total area of productive sites for the two Quercus spp. estimated by those models would be about 6% of total forest area. Northern temperate forest zone and central temperate forest zone had more productive area than southern temperate forest zone and warm temperate forest zone. As a result, it was concluded that the regressive prediction with site environmental variables by climatic zones and species had enough estimation capability of forest site productivity.


  • 주제어

    Site productivity .   Quercus spp.   Prediction model .   Site index .   Forest soil factors.  

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  • 이 논문을 인용한 문헌 (1)

    1. Moon, Ga Hyun ; Kim, Yong Suk ; Lim, Joo Hoon ; Shin, Man Yong 2015. "Mapping Species-Specific Optimal Plantation Sites Based on Environmental Variables in Namwon City, Korea" 한국농림기상학회지 = Korean Journal of Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 17(2): 126~135     

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