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韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society 11건

  1. [국내논문]   Interpretive Planning Which Is "In Tune" With Visitors Expectations in Nature Park: Case Study in Jogyesan Provincial Park, Jeonnam, Korea  

    Cho, Kye-Joong (Department of Forest Resources, Sunchon National University ) , Ann, Jong-Man (Department of Forest Resources, Sunchon National University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 61 - 66 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This research is based on a visitor survey at Jogyesan Provincial Park in Jeonnam, and its implications for interpretive planning. The research population was the set of weekend and holiday visitors, 20 years of age and older, to Jogyesan Provincial Park in Jeonnam, during the summer of 2003. A questionnaire was offered to every tenth person entering the park on every other weekend day and both holidays (June 1 and September 30). It was obvious that the interpretive program at Jogyesan Provincial Park, to meet the expectations of its visitors, should provide: (1) visitors with opportunities to experience the out-of-doors and learn about the cultural, historical and natural surroundings; (2) opportunities for the visitors to relax and escape from the normal and work environment; and (3) opportunities for the visitors to experience an atmosphere which enables them to achieve and self-actualize. In the area of interpretive programs, expectations are usually priorities, except for mountain climbing and exercise. Enhancing achievement and self-actualization is rarely a consideration and needs more emphasis in the future interpretive programs and plans.

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  2. [국내논문]   Identification of Initiation Period and Subsequent Development of Floral Primordia in Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.)   피인용횟수: 1

    Lee, Kyung Joon (Department of Forest Resources, Seoul National University ) , Hong, Bongghi (College of Environmental Science and Forestry, State University of New York)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 67 - 72 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    The objectives of this study were to identify the period of initiation of floral primordia in black locust (Robinia pseudoacacia L.) and subsequent development of floral buds until following spring. Four mature trees of black locust located in Suwon, Korea were selected. Bud samples were collected from the current-year shoots, starting from mid June to July every week, from August to October and from February to April every month. The buds were fixed in FAA solution, dehydrated, and imbedded in paraffin for microscopic observation. Buds collected on June 16, and 23, 1997, contained primitive primordia that might be interpreted as early floral primordia. By June 30, a bud showed a positive indication of inflorescence primordium with a well-formed shoot apex. All the inflorescence primordia observed throughout the collection periods were always associated with unique hairy appendages around the primordium and enclosed within a sclerenchymatous chamber. By July 7 and 15, a floral apex had early bud scales. By July 22, primitive inflorescence developed into visible arrangement of individual floral primordial By July 29, the inflorescence developed into whirl arrangement of individual floral primordia in a transverse section, but showed little further development until October 15. The inflorescence primordia seemed to over-winter at this stage. Buds collected from February 15 and March 24 the following year also showed no further development of inflorescence primordia. By April 7 the inflorescence started to show further development with elongated axis. At this time individual flowers were easily recognized.

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  3. [국내논문]   Geographic Variation in Survival Rate and Height Growth of Pinus densiflora S. et Z. in Korea   피인용횟수: 1

    Kim, In-Sik (Department of Forest Genetic Resources, Korea Forest Research Institute ) , Ryu, Keun-Ok (Department of Forest Genetic Resources, Korea Forest Research Institute ) , Song, Jeong-Ho (Department of Forest Genetic Resources, Korea Forest Research Institute ) , Kim, Tae-Su (Department of Forest Genetic Resources, Korea Forest Research Institute)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 73 - 81 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This study was conducted to examine the geographic variation among provenances of Pinus densiflora in survival rate and height growth at four test plantations (Jungsun, Chungju, Naju, and Jeju). The plantations were parts of the eleven provenance trials of Pinus densiflora established by Korea Forest Research Institute in 1996. The survival rate and height growth were significantly different among test plantations at $p{\leq}0.01$ . Latitude and longitude of test plantation were negatively correlated with survival rate and height growth. On the other hand, annual mean temperature, mean temperature (Nov.~Feb.), extremely low temperature (Dec.~Feb.), and annual mean growing days of test plantation were positively correlated with these two. The relationships between growth variables and geographic variables were analysed with canonical correlation analysis. A considerable amount of variation in survival rate and height growth was explained by latitude, annual mean growing days, extremely low temperature (Dec.~Feb.) and extremely high temperature (Nov.~Feb.) of provenances. It is estimated that up to 47.1% and 67.4% of the genetic variability in survival rate and height growth was attributable to the environmental variability of the provenances, respectively. The response surface curve of survival rate and height growth was plotted against latitude and longitude to examine growth performance of provenances for each test site. Generally, the local provenances showed better survival rate and height growth.

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  4. [국내논문]   Comparisons of Index Numbers: An Application to Sawmills and Planing Mills Industry of U.S.  

    Ahn, SoEun (Korea Environment Institute)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 82 - 89 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    The purpose of this paper is to investigate index numbers by conducting various comparisons among the widely used index formulas. The comparison is considered in three ways; 1) divergences in the magnitudes of index numbers due to the use of different formulas (Laspeyres, Paasche, Fisher, and Tornqvist); 2) the effect of selection of base year (fixed-year base vs. chain-type); 3) the degree of approximation of indirect to direct quantity index. The empirical application is to sawmills and planing mills industry of U.S. using a national time series data covering years of 1948-2000. The results show that the differences between Laspeyres and Paasche index can be substantial in some cases while the difference between Fisher and Tornqvist index is minimal. We also confirm that the selection of base year can cause significant divergences, especially when the variables undergo rapid price or quantity changes over time. We find that indirect quantity index approximates direct quantity index reasonably well in U.S. sawmill industry.

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  5. [국내논문]   Campers' Place Bonding: a Case Study in Worak-san National Park  

    Shin, Won Sop (School of Forest Resources, Chungbuk National University ) , Kim, Bum Soo (Department of Forest Science, Konkuk University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 90 - 95 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    Place bonding, defined as the extent to which a person values or identifies with a particular environment, has focused as a research topic recently. This paper investigates the dimensions of place bonding for Worak-san National Park campers to enhance managers' ability to address deeper landscape meanings. Worak-san National Park campers (n=416) were surveyed during summer and fall of 2004 to collect the data. Confirmatory factor analysis of the data demonstrated that place bonding was composed of four dimensions such as place identity, familiarity, place dependence and place belongingness. The results of this study can provide valuation information for developing management actions to enhance park visitors' quality of recreational experiences.

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  6. [국내논문]   Chemical Characteristics of Rainfall and Throughfall in Pinus koraiensis and Larix leptolepis Forests in Korea   피인용횟수: 1

    Kim, Min-Sik (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University ) , Takenaka, Chisato (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University ) , Park, Ho-Taek (Graduate School of Bioagricultural Sciences, Nagoya University ) , Chun, Kun-Woo (Department of Forestry, College of Forest Sciences, Kangwon National University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 96 - 102 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This study evaluated the chemical characteristics of rainfall and throughfall in Pinus koraiensis and Larix leptolepis forests. We analyzed pH, EC, and concentrations of cations and anions in rainfall, throughfall and stemflow collected from both forest types in the experimental forests of the central Korea. The concentrations of chemical elements were much higher in throughfall and stemflow than in rainfall for both forest types, and were significantly different among the seasons. Comparing the chemical elements between the P. koraiensis and L. leptolepis plantations, there were not significantly differences in throughfall, but the concentrations of almost elements of stemflow in P. koraiensis were almost lower than those in L. leptolepis. For seasonal inputs to the forest floor, more than half of the total input of $Ca^{2+}$ , ${NO_3}^-$ and ${SO_4}^{2-}$ was observed in spring. This suggests that air pollutants such as NOx and SOx accompanying calcium-rich aeolian Yellow Sand (Asian dust) from China could have an important influence on nutrient cycles in Korean forests.

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  7. [국내논문]   Association of Aster Yellow Phytoplasma with Witches' Broom Disease of Ash (Fraxinus rhynchophylla Hence) in Korea  

    Han, Sang Sub (Division of Forest Science, College of Agriculture & Life Science, Chonbuk National University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 103 - 107 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    Typical phytoplasma whiches' broom symptoms were observed in Ash (Fraxinus rhynchophylla Hence) in Korea. The symptoms of the disease were showing abnormally small leaves, shorted internodes and proliferation of shoots. Examination of fluorescent and electron microscopy of leaf midribs revealed numerous phytoplasma bodies localized in the phloem tube cells. The phytoplasmas were detected in all the symptomatic samples by the amplification with phytoplasma specific primer pair P1/P7 consistently, and the expected size was 1.8 kb. However, the phytoplasma DNA was not detected in healthy seedlings. Based on sequence analysis of amplified region, this phytoplasma has close homologies with eqilodium phyllody, mulberry dwarf, and aster yellow phytoplasmas, 99.95%, 99.79% and 99.78%, respectively, This phylogetic analysis indicates that ash witches' broom phytoplasma should be classified in the aster yellow group 16SrVI and clearly distinct from the ash yellow group 16SrVII.

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  8. [국내논문]   Differences in Density and Body Condition of Small Rodent Populations on Different Distance from Road   피인용횟수: 2

    Hur, Wee-Haeng (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Woo-Shin (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Choi, Chang-Yong (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Park, Young-Su (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Chang-Bae (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Rhim, Shin-Jae (Department of Animal Science and Technology & BET Research Institute, Chung-Ang University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 108 - 111 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This study was conducted to identify the road effect on small rodent populations within fragmented forest areas around the road from June to September 2002, in 9 study sites of Baekdugdaegan mountains, Korea. Two species of small rodents, Korean field mouse Apodemus peninsulae and striped field mouse Apodemus agrarius, were captured in this study. Korean field mouse preferred forest area, and striped field mouse generally has been found edge area around road. Mean body weight of Korean field mouse was significantly different, but that of striped field mouse was not between both distance from road. Korean field mouse is forest-dwelling species and their distribution is limited in forest area. In contrast, striped field mouse has wide distributional range around road. The effects of road is different in each small rodent species and their habitat preferences.

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  9. [국내논문]   Differences in Field Sign Abundance of Mammal Species Around the Roads in Baekdudaegan Mountains   피인용횟수: 1

    Hur, Wee-Haeng (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Woo-Shin (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Choi, Chang-Yong (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Park, Young-Su (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Chang-Bae (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Rhim, Shin-Jae (Department of Animal Science and Technology & BET Research Institute, Chung-Ang University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 112 - 116 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This study was conducted to obtain the information of distribution, protection and management for mammal species in fragmented forest areas around the road from June 2002 to May 2003 in 9 study sites of Baekdugdaegan mountains, Korea. Field signs of twelve mammals, moles Molera robusta, Korean hares Lepus coreanus, Manchurian chipmunk Tamias sibiricus, red squirrels Sciurus vulgaris, Korean racoon dogs Nyctereutes procyonoides, Siberian weasels Mustela sibirica, badgers Meles meles, otters Lutra lutra, Bengal cats Felis bengalensis, wild boars Sus scrofa, water deer Hydropotes inermis and roe deer Capreolus pygargus were recorded in this study. There were no differences in total number of species between 50 m areas and 50-100 m areas from road in snow and non-snow season. Number of mammals' field signs were different in non-snow season between both areas. Red squirrels and Siberian weasels were more abundant in 50 m areas, and Korean hares and Manchurian chipmunks were in 50-100 m areas. Habitat using pattern of mammal species may be affected by the road. Reasonable road construction and maintenance would be needed for protection and management of wildlife and their habitats.

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  10. [국내논문]   Preliminary Study of Population Size and Habitat Characteristics for Amur Goral in the DMZ of Gangwon Province in South Korea  

    Hur, Wee-Haeng (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Park, Young-Su (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Woo-Shin (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Choi, Chang-Yong (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Lee, Eun-Jae (Department of Forest Science, Seoul National University ) , Rhim, Shin-Jae (Department of Animal Science and Technology & BET Research Institute, Chung-Ang University)
    韓國林學會誌 = Journal of Korean Forest Society v.94 no.2 = no.159 ,pp. 117 - 120 , 2005 , 0445-4650 ,

    초록

    This study was conducted to estimate population size and investigate habitat characteristics for the conservation and management of Amur goral Nemorhaedus caudatus raddeanus in DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) of Gangwon Province in South Korea from November 2003 to May 2004. The Amur gorals counting were carried out by assistance of military soldiers who guards the southern boundary of DMZ. Four hundred sixty individuals were estimated as total population size in DMZ of Gangwon Province. Deciduous forest, rocky area and coniferous forest were dominant land cover types in habitat of Amur goral. DMZ and its vicinity of Gangwon Province are very important areas for the conservation of this species. It is needed to establish management plan for the conservation of Amur goral and their habitats in DMZ.

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