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Planning of Neighborhood Parks for the Disaster Prevention in Jecheon City
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  • Journal title : Ecology and Resilient Infrastructure
  • Volume 2, Issue 4,  2015, pp.296-304
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Ecology and Infrastructure Engineering
  • DOI : 10.17820/eri.2015.2.4.296
 Title & Authors
Planning of Neighborhood Parks for the Disaster Prevention in Jecheon City
Lee, Ai-Ran;
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 Abstract
The rapid increase in the number of climate disasters combined with the scale of change and the diversification of natural disasters require a radical solution. In particular, the urban space is more complex, therefore we need to establish measures for disaster response and how to react to damaged infrastructure based on the phenomenon of an increase in the urban population and the impermeable layer being extended. The social problems related to the economic burden of land purchase and the securing of a disaster prevention system can be solved simultaneously by introducing the park system for disaster reduction into the public land of the green space in the city. The local government has recently adapted diverse systems of disaster mitigation and carried out pioneer projects according to the guidelines for the construction of the urban park for disaster prevention published by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport. The purpose of this study is to propose a composition model for neighborhood parks to prevent disaster through urban green spaces which has the functions of water management and biotope conservation. The result of this study will contribute to utilize the climate change adaptation model for living area neighborhood parks in the existing urban structure.
 Keywords
Climate change;Disaster prevention system;Neighborhood park;Urban space;
 Language
Korean
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