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Evaluation of Non-Timber Forest Functions in the Research Forest of Kangwon National University Using GIS and Questionnaire Analysis
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Evaluation of Non-Timber Forest Functions in the Research Forest of Kangwon National University Using GIS and Questionnaire Analysis
Choi, Sang Hyun; Kim, Jin Kug; Woo, Jong Choon;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to evaluate the non-timber forest functions of the Research Forest area of Kangwon National University. In this study, forest recreation function was investigated through survey method answered by forest management experts. The evaluation factors for forest recreation function were separated into external and internal factors. Each factor was classified into intermediate element and detailed element. Therefore in this study, the evaluation factors of forest recreation function were divided into two groups which are the potential of external factors and the suitability of internal factors. Potential of the external factors were divided into accessibility, location, landscape and induction factors while the suitability of internal factor was divided into stand structure, forest structure and human impact. The priority of the potential of external factors was in order that location, accessibility, induction factors and landscape. The most important factors for the location, accessibility, induction and landscape factors are based on regional characteristics.
 Keywords
non-timber forest function;recreational forest;GIS;questionnaire analysis;internal and external factors;
 Language
Korean
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