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Habitat Use Pattern of Korean Waterdeer based on the Land Coverage Map
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 15, Issue 4,  2013, pp.567-572
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2013.15.4.567
 Title & Authors
Habitat Use Pattern of Korean Waterdeer based on the Land Coverage Map
Park, Hyomin; Lee, Sangdon;
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 Abstract
Mammals act as an important role in maintaining ecosystem, but direct observation is very difficult. Nevertheless, in order to understand the impact of various changes about a sudden environment, long-term monitoring through direct investigation is essential. This study investigated home range analysis using GPS tracking device and behavioral ecology of Korean waterdeer (Hydropotes inermis), indigenous and native species in Korea. Studies on ecological characteristics and home range of Korean waterdeer are insufficient. Therefore, we studied home range using the GPS technique for critical point of existing research. Data showed the active movement in daytime () than night () and large area of activity in winter () and spring () than summer() and autumn (). The most used area of Korean waterdeer was forested area and wetland, agricultural area, waters in order of frequency based on the land coverage map. Our research represents overall characteristics of Korean water deer due to measurement of area of activity. However, this research signified behavioral ecology for Korean waterdeer, and further investigation in necessary.
 Keywords
Endemic species;Home range;Land Coverage Map;Waterdeer;Wetlands;
 Language
Korean
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