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How to Keep the Sustainability of the Landscape Resources of the East Coast in South Korea
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 Title & Authors
How to Keep the Sustainability of the Landscape Resources of the East Coast in South Korea
Shin, Seung-Choon; Park, Yong-Gil;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to present the conditions and methods for keeping the sustainability of the landscape resources of the East Coast of Gangwon province, the Republic of Korea by investigating the landscape resources management in the area and pointing out its problems. The unit of analysis in this study is four cities and two counties located along the national road route seven in Gangwon province. The classification and characteristics of the landscape resources in this area was analyzed by a literature review, and we surveyed the tourists visiting the area and statistically analyzed the data in order to examine their satisfaction with the landscape resources management and make recommendations. The problems of the landscape resources management are: 1) the disturbance of the persistence of life by reclamation, the population reduction in the ecosystem due to the overload in environmental capacity, and the severance of space between land and water. 2) the reduction of the benefits from indirect experience by interfering with the conservation of fluxes --- the manipulation of horizontal arrangement of the landscape resource, the visual disturbance by the construction of high-storied buildings, and the disharmony between the color/image and the environment. The means for keeping sustainability of the landscape resources include the regulations of development and use, the change in the recognition of the value of landscape resources and the moral system, and the improvement of resource management skills.
 Keywords
Coastal Landscape Resources;Sustainability;Persistence of the Life;Preservation of the Fluxes;Landscape Resources Management;Non-material Factors;
 Language
English
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