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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 16, Issue 2 - Nov 1988
Volume 16, Issue 1 - Jul 1988
Volume 15, Issue 3 - Feb 1988
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A Study on the Estimation of User′s Psychological Carrying Capacity in Mt. Chi-ak National Park Campsite
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 1, 1988, Pages 1~12
^x This study was executed to measure the user's psychological carrying capacity in the National Park Campsite in the district of Temple Ku- Ryong as a model of analysis, which is made socio - psychological approach. The results are as follows ; 1. Since this Place hart a beautiful scenery and some cultural assets prosperties and lies near the metroplitan area, 67.5% of the user come from the district, such as Seoul, Inchon, Kyong - Ki Do, and the purpose of camping is to appease their stress and to promote friendly relationship one another. 2. Since most of the campers(86%) didn't recognize the injury of the natural environment, the enlightment movement and the public information for the protection of natural environment are urgent. And they thought that the good campsite is located near the stream(43.6%) or a quiet place(33.4%). 3. As the space per a man increase, the degree of their satisfactions showed the tendency to increase. The user's satisfaction were analyzed by three statistic methods, correlation, multiple regression and factor analysis. Affecting factors to the user's psychology by the varimax varimax rotated factor analysis were classified physical arts ecological satisfaction. 4. The carrying capacity of the campsite by the degree of psychological satisfaction of the user was measured. The result was that the proper space for one user campsite was 35m
5. The 58% of the informants said that they root disturbed by the overcrowding in the campsite. But most of the users thought that it was not good to control the number of the users. And the 67.3% of the respondents answered that the best method was that we control the number of the users by order of arrival if we have to control it.
Studies on the Vegetational Landscape Structure and Administration Planning of the Royal Tomb(I) - Successional Trends of Plant Community of Donggu Royal Tomb -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 1, 1988, Pages 13~26
^x This study was executed to analyze the vegetational landscape structure of Donggu Royal Tomb forest by four kinds of ordination techniques(polar, principal component analysis, reciprocal averaging, and detrended correspondence analysis) and comparison of the couple photographs between 1920s and 1987. Thirteen sites were sampled with clumped sampling method in June of 1987 and five quadrats were examined in each site. The result of this study can be summarized as follows. 1. Environmental impact grade 3,4 and 5 area covered 16.11ha and these area should be restored by the input of human energy because self - refair seemed to be impossible. 2. Pinus densiflora community of actual vegetation covered 8.2%, Alnus japonica community 5.7% and quercus aliena community 15.8% of the surveyed area(73.3ha). And afforested vegetation including Pinus koraiensis, Pinus rigida, Alnus hirsuta and Robinia pseudoacacia covered 27.0%. 3. Donggu Royal Tomb forest was divided by Pinus densiflora, P. densiflora-Quercus aliena, Alnus japonia - Q. aliena and A. japonica community. DCA was the most effective method of this study. 4. DCA ordination were showed that succesional trends of tree species seem to be from Pinus densiflora through Prunus sargentii, Quercus serrata, Quercus aliena to Carpinus laxiflora in P. densiflora community and from Alnus japonica through Acer ginnala to Q. aliena in A. japonica community of the upper layer and from Rosa multiflora, Symplocos chinensis for. pilosa, Zanthoxylum schiniflolium through Rhus trichocarpa, Styrax japonica, Rhododendron scilippenbachii to Viburum erosum, Lindera obtusiloba in the middle layer. 5. By the comparsion of the couple photographs beween 1920s and 1987, we can recognize the change of historical landscape composed by P. densiflora and A. japonica community and those community is succeed to Q. aliena.
Study on the Treesize Prediction Model : A case study of Zelkova serrata, Pinus strobus and Magnolia denudata
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 1, 1988, Pages 27~35
Size characteristics of three widely used landscape trees were analized to establish a methodology of size prediction as time Passes. Tree height, tree width, stem diameter(breast or surface), canopy length and tree age were measured directly and indirectly(by using photograph), and the data were analized by using regression analysis through PC-SAS. The results are summarized as follows : 1. Zelkova serrata MAKINO showed relatively slow growth rate and the tree form was changed as aged. Size predictions were available by using the regression equations listed below : Surface diameter = 0.8293 x AGE Tree height = 0.4109(0.8293 x AGE) - 0.0039(0.7273 x AGE)
Tree width = 0.3240(0.8293 x AGE) - 0.0024(0.1293 x AGE)
Canopy length = 0.1337(0.8293 x AGE) - 0.0020(0.7293 x AGE)
2. Pinus strobus L. showed relatively fast growth rate and the tree form did not change much as aged. Size predictions were available by using the regression equations listed below. Breast diameter = 0.756 x AGE Tree height = 0.7695(0.756 x AGE) - 0.0164(0.75\ulcorner x AGE)
Tree width = 0.4331(0.756 x AGE) - 0.0079(0.75\ulcorner x AGE)
Canopy length = 0.1365(0.756 x AGE) - 0.0032(0.75f x AGE)
3. In case of Magnolia denudata DESROUX, tree form was determined relatively earlier than the other two species. Si2e predictions were available by using the regression equations listed below : Surface diameter = 0.88 x AGE Tree height = 0.5412(0.88 x AGE) - 0.0110(0.88 x AGE)
Tree width = 0.3752(0.88 x AGE) - 7.0061(0.88 x AGE)
Canopy length = 0.1110(0.88 x AGE) - 0.0022(0.88 x AGE)
This study aimed to find a way to predict size change of landscaping plants. This methodology will be applied to a wide range of landscape plants to provide practical data to landscape designers.
A Study on the Growth Analysis of Landscape Trees with an Artificial Culture Soil
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 1, 1988, Pages 37~42
For the purpose of cultivating landscape plants, the culture soil of briquet ashes and sludge cakes from urban drainages was used as a bed soil. And Taxus cuspidata, syringa vulgaris, Ligstrum obtusifolia and Buxus microphylla were selected as experimental materials on this soil. The comparison of their growth showed the following results. Each plant showed a slight difference in primary growth and two months after planting, there were notable differences between treated and control plots respectively. Syringa vulgaris shoved the highest growth and the next were Ligstrum obtusifolia and Taxus cuspidata in series. Especially Taxus cuspidata showed the lowest quantity of dry weight compared with other plants, and influenced a little by mean temperature and solar radiation. It is expected to get a high effect in landscape planting by using briquet ashes and sludge cakes.
A Study on the Landscape Analysis and Evaluation Method : A Phenomenological Approach
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 16, issue 1, 1988, Pages 43~51
Phenomenological approach suggests a new dimension in landscape evaluation, which is a contrast to the existing scientific evaluation methods. The characteristics of the phenomenological approach is qualitative, holistic, open, and experiential, whereas that of the scientific approach is quantitative, reductive, closed, and experimental. In phenomenological approach, the average response of a group is not considered as meaningful in landscape evaluation. Instead, the individual response, experience, and feeling are considered as important. In phenomenological approach, people try to see the real world as it is, while scientists tend to simplify the real world in order to handle the complex Phenomena easily. Due to its holistic and qualitative nature, the phenomenological approach has limitations to be a practical landscape evaluation technique. However, recent research demonstrate the possibility of practical phenomenological landscape evaluation technique which is able to satisfy the criteria scientific methods should meet.