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Environmetal Characteristics of Reed Habitat in Nakdong Estuary Saltmarsh
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Environmetal Characteristics of Reed Habitat in Nakdong Estuary Saltmarsh
Ryu, Sung-Hoon; Kim, Kyung-Hoi; Lee, In-Cheol;
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 Abstract
In this paper, as a basic research for the restoration and construction of easuary saltmarsh, To observe the habitat environment for reed, we observed sediment environment (Particle size, water content, pH, nutrient analysis (, )), ground water level, ground level, individual numbers of reed, maximum reed height. As a result of this study, sediment particle size and moisture content of soil on the study area not effected reed habitat, pH showed no difference in each site. and concentration also no difference in each site. Ground level of reed habitat area is more higher than none reed habitat. However Ground water level of reed habitat area is more lower than none reed habitat. As a results of analyzing the influence factors for reed habitat in Nakdong estuary saltmarsh, ground water level and ground level is most influenced factor for reed habitat.
 Keywords
Estuary saltmarsh;Environmental for reed habitat;Nakdong estuary;Ground level;Ground water level;
 Language
Korean
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