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The Spatial and Environmental Characteristics Analysis of Wild Animals Using GIS: a Case Study of Baekdudaegan Region, Gangwon-do
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The Spatial and Environmental Characteristics Analysis of Wild Animals Using GIS: a Case Study of Baekdudaegan Region, Gangwon-do
Park, Jeongmook; Lee, Jungsoo;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was to understand the geographical and environmental distribution of wild animals in Baekdudaegan region using field survey and GIS data. Crucial factors were selected and analyzed to understand the distributional characteristics of wild animals (7 species in 6 families) and rare endemic plants (14 species in 11 families). These crucial factors include stand factors (forest type, DBH class, and crown density), soil factors (bed rock, soil texture, and organic matter), geographical factors (elevation, slope, aspect) and climatic factors (temperature, rain fall, humidity). Finally, 10 factors were selected by statistical analysis and categorized for analyzing geographical and environmental features. Four families such as Muridae, Sciuridae, Suidae and Talpidea in wild animal showed the similar habitat characteristics with the 10 factors.
 Keywords
Baekdudaegan;characteristics analysis;wild animals;
 Language
Korean
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