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Analysis on the Type of Damaged Land in DeMilitarized Zone(DMZ) Area and Restoration Direction
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Analysis on the Type of Damaged Land in DeMilitarized Zone(DMZ) Area and Restoration Direction
Sung, Hyun-Chan; Kim, Su-Ryeon; Kang, Da-In; Seo, Joung-Young; Lee, Sang-Mi;
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 Abstract
Purpose of this study is to classify damaged lands according to the cause of the damage and their influences based on characteristic of the damaged lands in DeMilitarized Zone(DMZ) area, and utilize this study as a fundamental study for establishment of ecosystem restoration system. Literature review and field survey have been conducted to review the damage status of DMZ area. For field survey, first year and second year have been conducted, in which type of the damage has been reviewed in this study. In the result, types of damage have been classified into 6 categories: `alteration of initial landform`, `loss of surface layer`, `land pollution`, `alteration of soil chemical property`, `decline of vegetation`, and `invasion of foreign species`. Restoration for each damage type is as following. First, for alteration of initial landform, the land is restored to the original landform prior to the damage and connection to surrounding ecosystem is considered. Second, for loss of surface layer, lost surface layer is restored or further loss is prevented with stabilization. Third, for land pollution, source of the pollution is eradicated or self-circulation with purification of polluted land is encouraged. Fourth, for alteration of soil chemical property, soil is restored of its original property with eradication of the pollution source and improvement of soil. Fifth, for decline of vegetation, current vegetation and anticipated alteration in future are considered and number of wild species is to be increased based on structure and characteristic of nearby vegetation. Sixth, for invasion of foreign species, prevention of dominance by risky species and facilitation ecological stability with ecological management are to be considered. Influence according to the cause of damage has occurred in secondary(indirect) influence or simultaneous occurrence of several damage types. Considering all these aspects, when type of the damage is complex, restoration process for each of former mentioned 6 damage types with solitary influence should be considered in unison.
 Keywords
DMZ;Damage effect;Landscape ecology;Development;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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주왕산국립공원 내 훼손지의 5년간(2010~2014년) 식물상 변화,유주한;김미진;

환경영향평가, 2016. vol.25. 4, pp.233-247 crossref(new window)
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