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List of Korean Names for the Vascular Plants in Spitsbergen Island, in the Arctic Region
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  • Journal title : Ocean and Polar Research
  • Volume 34, Issue 1,  2012, pp.101-110
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Ocean Science & Technology
  • DOI : 10.4217/OPR.2012.34.1.101
 Title & Authors
List of Korean Names for the Vascular Plants in Spitsbergen Island, in the Arctic Region
Lee, Kyoo; Han, Dong-Uk; Hyun, Jin-Oh; Hwang, Young-Sim; Lee, Yoo-Kyung; Lee, Eun-Ju;
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 Abstract
In this study, we attempted to provide Korean names to the arctic vascular plants observed around the Dasan Korean Arctic Station and Longyearbyen in Spitsbergen Island, in the Arctic region. To obtain recognizable results, plants were named according to the following naming rules. (1) When Korean names already existed, those names were used. (2) When there was no Korean name for a plant species, a scientific name for the plant was translated into a Korean name. (3) If the meaning of the scientific name was unclear, an English common name was translated into Korean name. (4) If the scientific names had meaning to the Arctic inhabitation, the Korean names included the word 'Buk-geuk'. (5) If the distribution of the plant was limited to the Arctic area or the original species lived in the polar region, the Korean name included the word 'Buk-geuk'. (6) If the plant had no Korean generic name, a particular suffix '~a-jae-bi' was added to the closely related genus name of the plant species, or a new Korean genus name was used by translating a common English name. (7) If the same generic name had two or more Korean names, a generic name that better reflected the characteristics of the plant was selected. In this paper, we reported Korean names for 46 plants species belonging to 15 families and 28 genera. Eight plants had an existing Korean name and the other species were given new Korean names based on the criteria outlined above. We also made new Korean generic names for three genera, Braya, Micranthes and Cassiope.
 Keywords
Dasan Korean Arctic Station;Spitsbergen Island;Arctic plant;Korean name;
 Language
Korean
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