Publisher : The Korean Environmental Sciences Society
DOI : 10.5322/JES.2003.12.2.151
Title & Authors
Comparison Between Conservation System of a Coastal Type of National Park of Korea and Japan - Focused on Taean-Haean National Park - Jo, Tae-Dong; Okano, Takahiro;
The resources conservation system is comprehended, making Taean-haean National Park a research material by applying the fact of landowning, designating an LOP and Korea and Japan's Natural Park Act. Following conclusions were obtained in this study; Most of land areas of the National Park are privately owned; Only a few have been designated as Natural Reservation, a core reserved area on LOP, and a sandy beach, a sand dune, a sand spit, a tidal flat, a wetland, etc are distributed in the natural environment area so they were exposed to development; As seen in most of coastal type of National Parks, 13 commercial beaches are established. The annual rush to the beaches appears in July and August; Sand dune areas that have to be managed in terms of conservation, are turned into beaches. Moreover, the collective facilities areas are randomly developed. So they fail to function originally; The current Natural Park Act has no systematic devices for conservation of the natural resources on the seashore or offshore.
Taean-haean National Park;Conservation system;Land on purpose;Natural reservation;
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