JOURNAL BROWSE
Search
Advanced SearchSearch Tips
The Analysis of Vegetation Clustering and Stand Structure for Thuja orientalis Forest in Dodong, Daegu
facebook(new window)  Pirnt(new window) E-mail(new window) Excel Download
  • Journal title : Journal of Korean Forest Society
  • Volume 104, Issue 4,  2015, pp.519-526
  • Publisher : Korean Forest Society
  • DOI : 10.14578/jkfs.2015.104.4.519
 Title & Authors
The Analysis of Vegetation Clustering and Stand Structure for Thuja orientalis Forest in Dodong, Daegu
Park, Byeong-Joo; Kim, Jae-Jin; Lee, Dong-Jin; Joo, Sung-Hyun;
  PDF(new window)
 Abstract
This study was investigated to analyze stand structure in Daegu Dodong T.orientalis Forest for conservation Thuja orientalis forest. Results of cluster analysis, it was classified to Quercus variabilis group(A), Quercus variabilis-Quercus mongolica group(B), Pinus densiflora group(C), Thuja orientalis group(D). Charaters of location environments for D group were analyzed that altitude 99.3 m, slope , rock exposure 68.3%, BHA and North West aspects. The MRPP-test, It classified groups, appropriately. Importance value of D group was T. orientalis 85.42, Q. variabilis 1.28, P.densiflora 1.30, Fraxinus rhynchophylla 3.56 etc. DBH classes of D group were expressed inverted-J-shaped curve. H' was resulted in 0.600~0.834, H'max 1.317~1.466, J' 0.456~0.594, D' 0.405~0.544. Indecator species Analysis were conducted that woody plants were 4 taxa, Herbal plants 9 taxa.
 Keywords
stand structure;cluster analysis;Thuja orientalis;indicator species analysis;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
 References
1.
Ahn, J.S. 1989. An Ecological Study on Structure and Dynamics of Thuja orientalis Forest in Danyang, Chungbuk Unuversity the Graduate school of Education, Master's thesis.

2.
Barbour, M.G., Burk, J.H. and Pitts, W.D. 1987. Terrestrial plant ecology 2nd ed. The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Co., Menlo Park. pp. 155-229.

3.
Braun-Blanquet, J. 1964. Pflanzensoziologie, Grundzfige der Vegetationskunde, 3rd ed. Springer, Wien-New York. pp.865.

4.
Brewer, R. and McCann, M.T. 1982. Laboratory and field manual of ecology. Saunders College Pub. New York pp. 269.

5.
Cultural Heritage Administration. 2014. Searching for Cultural Heritage. http://www.cha.go.kr/ (2014. 12).

6.
Curtis, J.T. and McIntosh, R.P. 1951. An Upland Forest Continuumin the Prairie-Forest Border Region of Wisconsin. Ecology 32(3): 476-496. crossref(new window)

7.
Dufrene, M. and Legendre, P. 1997. Species assemblages and indicator species:the need for a flexible asymmetrical approach. Ecological Monographs 67: 345-366.

8.
Ford, E.D. 1975. Competition and stand structure in some even-aged plant monocultures. Journal of Ecology 63: 311-333. crossref(new window)

9.
Hong, S.C. 2003. The Analysis and Conservation of Dalseong Thuja orientalis forest. Daegu Donggu. Daegu. pp. 193.

10.
Jang, K.K. and Song, H.K. 1997. Study on the DBH Analysis and Forest Succession of Pinus densiflora and Quercus mongolica Forests. Korean Forest Society 86(2): 223-232.

11.
Kim, J.S. and Kim, T.Y. 2012. Woody plants of Korean peninsula. Dolbaegae. Paju. pp. 688.

12.
Korea Fern Society. 2005. Ferns and Fern Allies of Korea. Geobook, Seoul. pp. 399.

13.
Korea Meteorological Administration. 2014. Climatological data. http://www.kma.go.kr (2014. 12.).

14.
Korea National Arboretum and The Plant Taxonomic Society of Korea. 2010. The list of National standard plant. http:// www.nature.go.kr/kpni (2014.12).

15.
Krebs, C.J. 1985. Ecology : The Experimental Analysis of Distribution and Abundance. 3rd ed. Harper and Row, New York. pp. 800.

16.
Larson, D.W. and Kelly, P.E. 1991. The extent of old-growth Thuja occidentalis on cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment. Canadian Journal of Botany 69(7): 1628-1636. crossref(new window)

17.
Lee, C.S. and Cho, H.J. 1993. Structure and Dynamics of Abies koreana Wilson Community in Mt. Gaya. Journal of Ecology and Environment 16(1): 75-91.

18.
Lee, S.H., Lee, H.S., Kim, H., Choi, S.I., Cho, Y.J. and Lim, H.S. 2007. Estimation of Diameter and Basal Area Growth Pattern for Thuja orientalis Stand Grown in Yeongcheon . Korean Forest Society 96(1): 29-33.

19.
Lee, T.B. 2003a. Coloured flora of Korea 1 Volimes. Hyangmunsa, Seoul. pp. 914.

20.
Lee, T.B. 2003b. Coloured flora of Korea 2 Volimes. Hyangmunsa, Seoul. pp. 910.

21.
Lee, Y.M. 2002. statistical ecology. Chonnam National University Press. pp. 262.

22.
McCune, B. and Grace, J.B. 2002. Analysis of Ecological Communites. MjM Software Design, Gleneden Beach, Oregon, USA. pp. 300.

23.
McCune, B. and Mefford, M.J. 2006. PC-ORD. Multivariate Analysis of Ecological Data, Version 5. 17. MJM Software Design, Gleneden Beach, Oregon. U.S.A, pp. 162.

24.
Mohler, C.L., Marks, P.L., and Sprugel, D.G. 1978. Stand structure and allometry of trees during self-thinning of pure stands. Journal of Ecology 66: 599-614. crossref(new window)

25.
Newton, A.C. 2007. Forest Ecology and Conservation. Oxford University Press Inc. Newyork, USA, pp. 454.

26.
Oh, H.K. 2013. Conservation Methods and Vascular Plants of Thuja orientalis Community in Seokmun-bong, Danyang, The Korea Society For Environmental Restoration And Revegetation Technology 16(2): 75-92. crossref(new window)

27.
Park, I.H. and Moon, G.S. 1999. Species Competetion and Productivity in a Natural Mixed Forest of Pinus densiflora and Quercus variabilis at Mt. Mohu Area. Korean Forest Society 88(4): 462-468.

28.
Park, J.O. 1993. Community structure, Litterfall, Decomposition, and N and P dynamics Of the Decomposing Thuja litter in the Thuja stand in the Limestone area, Gongju University master's degree thesis.

29.
Shannon, C.E. and Weaver, W. 1949. the mathematical theory of communication. University of Illinois Press, Illinois, U.S.A. pp. 125.

30.
Wang J.X., Wang, D.H., and Liu, G.Q. 2004. Distribution characteristics of effective root density in the planted Robinia pseudoacacia and Platycladus orientalis forest site. Acta Botanica Breali-Occidentalia Sinica 24(12): 2208-2214.

31.
Wilson, E.P. 1992. The Diversity of life. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. pp. 424.

32.
Yang, H.M. and Kim, J.H. 2002. Analysis and Comparison of Community Structural Attributes by Topographic Positions and Aspects in the Natural Deciduous Forest. Journal of Forest Science 18: 73-86.

33.
Yoo, S.T. 2003. Vegetational Analysis and Conservation Measures of forest of Thuja orientalis in Dal-Sung, Kyungpook National University master's degree thesis.

34.
Yun, C.W. and Moon, H.S. 2009. Classification of Forest Vegetation Type and Environmental Properties in Limestone Area of Korea. Journal of Agriculture & Life Science 43: 1-8.