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A Study on the Low Impact Development Infiltration Treebox for Environment Friendiy pedestrian
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A Study on the Low Impact Development Infiltration Treebox for Environment Friendiy pedestrian
Yeom, Sung-Jin;
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 Abstract
Soil is the most important factor in natural environment for bio-diversity. Urbanization and development of city devastate urban soil by the fraternization of green network and run off pollution. In these facts, preservation of soil is the main issue in maintain of quality urban environment. In order to handle this issue, the gold network that link fragment soil patches is considered in maintain quality soil. This study researched the infiltration Treebox design technique based on the Low Impact Development. This technique suggest reduction of impervious area of the soil due to urbanization. The main concept of this study is encourage more permeable surfaces in urban area by using a infiltration planter. The function of the planter is hold run off as much as possible from intensive rainfall, and utilizes it in drought season. Also, this planter provides fertile soil for organism habitat by keeping appropriate moisture supplying.
 Keywords
Gold Network;Low Impact Development;Infiltration;Pedestrian;Treebox;
 Language
Korean
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