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A Study on Damage Factors and Causes of Natural Forest in Regional Ecological Network at Chungnam Province
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Damage Factors and Causes of Natural Forest in Regional Ecological Network at Chungnam Province
Lee, Jong-Mun; Cho, Yong-Hyeon; Kim, Kwang Dong; Lee, Minwoo; Kim, Jinki; Choi, Jung-Kwon; Kim, Won-Tae; Yun, Chung-Weon; Kang, Hee-Kyoung;
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 Abstract
This study aimed to classify damaged lands, to find what are the damage factors affecting the studied area, and to present a prescription in order to provide some benefit for the restoration of Regional Ecological Network at Chungnam province. Finally we classified damaged lands from 1st to 4th damaged lands according to relative intensity of damage. The main damage factors for the First Damage Lands were humus horizon, soil hardness and plant species richness. In the Second Damage Lands, those were soil hardness, plant species richness, number of plants and dominant plant species. In the Third Damage Lands, those were humus horizon, soil hardness, plant species richness, number of plants and dominant plant species. In the Fourth Damage Lands, those were humus horizon, organic matter, soil hardness, EC, T-N content, plant species richness, number of plants and dominant plant species. In every cases, the damage of soil and vegetation was originated due to development carried out by human being. The changes in soil condition were not big enough for it to affect plant growth, however, degradation of vegetation was still severe.
 Keywords
Damaged lands;Damage types;Ecosystem networks;Soil degradation;Vegetation degradation;
 Language
Korean
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