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Species Composition of Forest Vegetation in the Mt. Geumwon Recreational Forest
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Species Composition of Forest Vegetation in the Mt. Geumwon Recreational Forest
Park, Jun-Ho; Im, Jong-Taek; Gu, Gwan-Hyo; Cho, Min-Ki; Jung, Hye-Ran; Lee, Jung-Hwan; Moon, Hyun-Shik;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study were to offer a basis data for application of management of forest resources through grasping of species composition by layer of forest vegetation in the Mt. Geumwon recreational forest. The tree and subtree layer consisted of 27 and 44 species in Mt. Geumwon recreational forest respectively. The importance value of Quercus mongolica (57.1) and Q. serrata (40.4) were highest in the tree layer and that of Acer pseudo-sieboldianum (43.4) was highest in the subtree layer, respectively. The shrub and herb layer was composed of 71 and 69 species, respectively. The value of species diversity ranged from 1.0391 to 1.5403. Evenness ranged from 0.7259 to 0.8320. Dominance was 0.2741 at tree layer, 0.2440 at subtree layer, 0.1680 at shrub layer, and 0.1702 at herb layer, which showed that Mt. Geumwon recreational forest is dominated by a large number of species at all layer. The result of forest vegetation in Mt. Geumwon recreational forest may be utilized as a basic data for application of reasonable ecological management of forest resources.
 Keywords
Mt. Geumwon;Recreational forest;Species diversity;Species composition;Forest vegetation;
 Language
Korean
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