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The Plants for Phenology of the Mt. JuWang National Park
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The Plants for Phenology of the Mt. JuWang National Park
Kang, Shin-Koo; Kim, Byung-Do; Shin, Hyun-Tak; Park, Ki-Hwan; Yi, Myung-Hoon; Yoon, Jung-Won; Sung, Jung-Won; Kim, Gi-Song;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to conduct phenology monitoring of forest plant species in Mt. JuWang National Park, thereby establish long-term prediction and management system for species susceptible to climate change, and utilize the result as basic materials necessary for conservation of plant genetic resources in accordance with changes in their growth environment. Global Positioning System coordinates were marked on each indicator species and a specific number ticket was provided to each plant. Changes in their blooming time, time of blossoms falling, time of leaves bursting into life, and time of leaves turning, and time of leaves falling were recorded. Investigation was made once per week from April 10 in 2010 to November 30 in 2011 except for the time period between July and August when investigation was made biweekly. The investigated plants concerned 12 kinds-nine species of trees and three kinds of herbs. According to the result of the penology monitoring of Mt. JuWang National Park, their time of leaves bursting into life, time of leaves turning, and time of leaves falling were largely earlier in 2011 than in 2010. However, it is hard to say that it is due to the factor of climate change. Long-term collection of climate data and continuous monitoring of plant phenology are considered necessary in order to examine correlation between climate change and seasonal change patterns of plants.
 Keywords
climate change;endemic plants;rare plants;Mt. Juwang;
 Language
Korean
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