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Theoretical Consideration of the Plan for Environmental-Friendly Applications of Flood Plain around Dam
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 Title & Authors
Theoretical Consideration of the Plan for Environmental-Friendly Applications of Flood Plain around Dam
Shin, Byung-Chuel; Lee, Eun-Yeob;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was attempted to establish concepts of environmental-friendly applications of flood plain and to suggest the application plans. The results of this study can be summarized as follows; 1. Roles of flood plain as biotop (restoration, preservation, and creation of stream corridor ecosystem) should be considered. 2. Application methods considering environmental and scenic values should be reviewed. 3. Application methods reflecting values as regional ecological resources should be planned. 4. Preservation and application should be considered together, and obtaining a means of living for regional residents and creation of economic profits should be considered together. 5. Land application and approach method by usages (integrated management model) should be applied to utilize and manage flood plain efficiently. 6. Flood plain application programs should be designed reflecting opinions of regional residents. 7. With respect to space planning of flood plain, introduction of facilities focused on ecosystem preservation/ecosystem restoration/experiences/observation/learning/culture/ recreation/water purification could be reviewed positively.
 Keywords
Flood plain;Environmental friendly application;Ecological function;
 Language
English
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