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A Study on Exploring Purification Management Indicators of Depositied Waste in Coastal Waters
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A Study on Exploring Purification Management Indicators of Depositied Waste in Coastal Waters
Kim, Sang-Goo; Moon, Yu-Seok;
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 Abstract
This study aims to explore a set of indicators to be used for purification management. by estimating the total quantity of depositied waste in coastal waters, Through 3 rounds of Delphi technique, this study sorts out the following 5 variables to be used as major indicators determining priorities for purification in coastal areas: the ratio of re-deposition after collection, the area where fishing gear are lost, the total quantity of depositied waste of each coastal water, the total quantity of deposited waste in the past, and the quantity of depositied waste by unit area. Although the fact that the delphi surveys were done only on 27 specialists limits its external validity, this study will serve as a base for in-depth studies with more expanded panels that will provide better indicators for purification management in coastal waters of Korea.
 Keywords
depositied waste;purification management indicators;Delphi technique;unit area;quantity of depositied waste;
 Language
Korean
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