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The Assessment and Restoration Plan for Fragmented Points of Mountain Range in Daejeon
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  • Journal title : Journal of Korean Forest Society
  • Volume 104, Issue 4,  2015, pp.622-631
  • Publisher : Korean Forest Society
  • DOI : 10.14578/jkfs.2015.104.4.622
 Title & Authors
The Assessment and Restoration Plan for Fragmented Points of Mountain Range in Daejeon
Cho, Hyun-Ju; Lee, Eun-Jae;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to clarify the distribution and fragmented points of mountain range and to select priority points for restoration by assessment in Daejeon. There were ten Semaek of mountain extended from three Jimaek in Daejeon. As a result of overlapping the main mountain ridge with a network of roads, twelve points out of total thirty-one fragmented points were chosen as practical points for restoration. We developed index and model to assess twelve practical points for restoration. All points were classified into three grades, four points of grade I, five points of grade II and three points of grade III. From this study, we proposed differentiated restoration plan for each grade. Further studies on development of more objective assessment and detailed methodology should be needed to prepare effective restoration plan.
 Keywords
fragmented points;mountain range;practical points for restoration;restoration plan;
 Language
Korean
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