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A Study on the Mountainous Landscape Impact Review-System by the Importance-Performance Analysis
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A Study on the Mountainous Landscape Impact Review-System by the Importance-Performance Analysis
Min, Su Hui; Jeung, Yoon Hee; Joo, Woo Yeong; Jang, Hyo Jin;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to suggest the improvement of the Mountainous Landscape Impact Review(MLIR) system for the conservation and eco-friendly use of mountain scenery. In order to understand the status of the MLIR system, a comparative analysis was conducted of the MLIR official guidelines and the 100 MLIR reports submitted to the Korea Forest Service from 2011 to 2013. In addition, an Importance-Performance Analysis(IPA) was conducted to take into account stakeholder opinions and to determine the first priorities to be improved upon in operation and functions of the MLIR system. The results of the IPA in evaluating the MLIR system showed that the components in the MLIR system that should be primarily improved are mountainous landscape resource inventory, objective and quantitative selection of viewpoints, and a checklist for examining the damage expected in mountainous lands. To Revitalize the Mountainous Landscape Impact Review system, the professional knowledge and experience of the stakeholders should be enhanced by education and training in the MLIR system over the short-term, while the effective functioning of the MLIR system should be reinforced by differentiation and connectivity of the MLIR system with similar institutions, and by emphasizing the uniqueness and properties of mountainous landscapes over the long-term.
 Keywords
Landscape Impact Assessment;Nature Landscape Rating System;Feasibility of Forest Land Conversion to Other Use;
 Language
Korean
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