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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 21, Issue 3 - Oct 1993
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Jul 1993
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Apr 1993
Volume 20, Issue 4 - Jan 1993
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Studyies on the Shade Adsptation of Native Ground Cover Plants, Disporum spp. and Sedum sarmentosum.
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 1~12
This studies were conducted to investigate on the shade adaptation of native Sedum kamchaticum and Disporum smilacinum. All plants were grow under the controlled light intensity conditions, which controlled by two shading materials, white and/or black shading net. The results obtained were as follow. 1. Daily changes of the shading area around of the building were various by building height, width and direction. 2. Upper canopy was composed to Pinus densiflora as dominant species in native sites of Disporum species. 3. Many branches of Disporum smilacinum were sprouted after pinching. However their growth were less elongated shorter than those of Disporum viridescens. 4. Sedum sarmentosum was poor growth under the low relative light intensity as 50%, however, the growth of this species closely was similiar as under the full sun condition.
Analysis on Visual Preference of Golf Course -The case of Tae-gu Country Club-
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 13~30
The purpose of this study was to present data to the landscape planning and design through analyzing correlation between visual preference of users and nonusers and the landscape of hole in golf couses. Stimulus objects were selected from the 18 holes in Tae-gu Country Club. Preference value was judged through photo simulation by 35 subjects photographed at Tee and Interpoint (IPI, IP2), and classified into three landscape types and nine landscape components from photo analysis by researcher. For test of difference between groups toward each stimulus, t-test was used, and Duncantest, Correlation analysis for finding out correlation between preference degree and the landscape of each hole. The results of this study were as follows: As a result of analysis of preference value between groups for each hole, it has been shown that there was scarcely difference with each other. Form the relation between preference degree and spacial structure of hole, the holes making up a superior preference group have been shown that the greater part of the holes had a downward slope or a gentle slope mostly and then a visible ratio of fairway was high, and had diversified scenery by a lotus pond, a solitary planting tree, the roll of a fairway, facilities for convenience, etc. The holes making up a low-ranking preference group have been shown that the greater part of the holes had upward slope or a similar slope to it and had characteries of the bad condition of lawn, the nearby factories and odors, the monotonous scenery of a fairway, an unreasonable mixing of holes, etc. From the relation between preference degree and landscape components forming hole, it has been shown that the preference degree between users and nonusers had positive correlation to the occupied ratio of space of landscape components at Tee and Approach. At Tee, it has been shown that the preference degree of two groups were related with a lawn surface of fairway negatively, a lotus pond, a sky positively, and the preference degree of nonusers was related with iron-top for electric transmission positively. At Approach, it has been shown that the preference degree of two groups were related with iron-top for electric transmission negatively, and the preference degree of nonusers was related with a building positively. From the relation between preference degree group to each hole and the occupied ratio of space of landscape types, it has been shown that the constituent ratio of a high-ranking group was 1:2.4:2.2 and a low-ranking group was 1:4.1:5.1 among vertical type, horizontal type and background at Tee, but the constituent ratio of space of a high-ranking group was similar to a low-ranking group at Approach.
A Study on the Use and Extention of Native Species of Trees through the Field Survey of Present Status of Landscape -The Case Study on 38 Elementary, Middle and Schools in Iri city-
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 31~50
This study was conducted to investigate the plants status of the woody landscape plants species of 38 elementary, middle, and high school in Iri city, and to obtain some fundamental information for development and use of native species of trees. The results are summarized as follows: 1. Landscape plants species of 38 elementary, middle and high school in Iri city was 55 families, 164 species, and 85, 045 trees and the average of landscape plants species of 17 elementary schools was 50.5 families, 3, 010 trees, on the other hand, middle and high school was 42.4 families, 1, 609 trees. 2. Plants species by type was Deciduous Broadleaved Tree 32.9%, Deciduous Broadleaved Shrub 25.6%, Evergreen Coniferous Tree 14.6%, Evergreen Broadleaved Shrub 9.7%, Vine 4.8%. Evergreen Trees on the other hand, according to the utilization rate 'others' was 32.2%. 3. The rate of plants species of the Evergreen Trees to the Deciduous (except Vine and 'others') was 34:66. on the other hand, rate of quantity was 50.5:49.5 and the rate of the trees to the shrubs(except Vine and 'others') was 58:42. to the plants species and to the quantity of the number of trees was 25.9:74.1. 4. Plants species of fruit plants of 38 elementary, middle and high school in Iri city was 31 species to the 164 species. The rate of frequency was Poncirus trifoliata 27.8%, Lycium chinense 25.1%, Ginkgo biloba 16.7%, to the quantity of the number of trees, fruit plants was 2, 605 trees to the 85, 045 trees and the frequency was 3%. 5. School trees and flowers of 38 elementary, middle and high school in Iri city were appointed 17 elementary school, on the other hand, middle and high schools were only 4 middle and high schools. Plants species of the best of frequency school tree was Zelkova serrata and school flower was Rosa spp.. 6. The rate of the native species to the introduced species was 73.8:26.2. on the other hand, the rate of quantity by the number of trees was 84.7:15.3 to the type, the rate of frequency of plants of native species Evergreen trees was Thuja orientalis, deciduous was Ginkgo biloba, Vine was Wisteria floribunda and 'others' was Sasa borealis. on the other hand, to the introduced species, Evergreen Trees was Juniperus chinensis. Deciduous Trees was Metasequoia glyptostroboides, and Vine was Vitis labrusca and 'others' was Phyllostachys pubescens. 7. As the fundament of the results of above the optimum selecting of woody landscape plants according to native species of trees was 29 families, 58 species. on the basis of 30 points, 28 points was 8 species Ginkgo biloba, Ulmus davidiana var. japonica, Parthenocissus tricuspidata, Elaeagnus umbellata, Fraxinus rhynchophylla, Weigela subsessilis, Koelreuteria paniculata, Lonicera japonica, 26 points was 27 species Thuja orientalis, Zelk ova serrata, Euonymus japonica etc., and 24 points was 23 species Populus tomen tiglandulosa, Juglans sinensis, Sophora japonica etc..
Studies on Restoraation of Forest-Floor Vegetation Devastated by Recreational Trampling(II) -A Comparison of Growth for Selection of Native Tree Species-
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 51~61
Seeding treatment was used for 2 years at an artificial bare ground for selecting tree species suitable for forest-floor revegetation. 2
2 factorial experiment was used with a randomized complete block design for 19 native tree species and results were summarized as follows; 1. Native species suitable for restoration of bareland under 75% shading in central part of Korea were Styrax japonica, Styrax obassia, Smilax china, Callicarpa japonica, Stephanandra incisa, Viburnum dilatatum for. pilosulm, Magnolia sieboldii, Cornus kousa, Celastrus orbiculata, etc.. Especially, Magnolia sieboldii, Stephanandra incisa and Stryrax obassia were tolerant for forest-floor with hardened woil surface and Callicarpa japonica, Viburnum dilatatum for. pilosulum, Euonymus sieboldianus and Philadelphus schrenkii were suitable for softened soil surface with straw-mat mulching. 2. It is necessary to break seed dormancy to accelerate germination in case of Styrax obassia, Styrax japonica, Viburnum dilatatum for. pilosulum, Smilax china and Stephanandra incisa.
Studies on Development of Native Landscape Plants for Middle Area of Korea
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 63~82
In the middle areas of South Korea, we collected 308 wild herbaceous species for studying the possibility of landscaping and, growing them at West in Yongin country of Kyunggi province. We observed their vegetative and flowering characteristic. And the result is as follow: 1. 76 species(24.7%) such as Hosta capitata, etc. of them are thought useful for flower-bedding or landscaping for park and ground-covering, while 94 species(30.6%) are regarded useful for ground-covering, potting and indoor-planting. They are Nepatica maxima and Thaliticum minus var. hypoleucum, etc. 46 species(15%) seems to be useful for flower-bedding, ground-covering and potting. 2. 264(85.7%) of all the observed species are for the enjoyment of their flowers, while 36 species(11.4%) for the enjoyment of their leaves, and 9 species(2.9%) for their fruit. They are Viburnum dilatatum, etc. 3. As for the relation of their habits to light conditions, 148 species(48%) grow int he full sun of more than 50,000Lux, 138 species(44.8%) usually in in the half shade of 20,000 to 30,000Lux, 15 species(4.9%) in the shade of some 10,000Lux, and 7 speciese grow either in the full sun or in the shde. 4. some species such as Wasabia koreansa, Allium succuliferum, Asterglehni, Ligulariafisheri, Ligularia stenocephala Epimedium koreanum are considered available as edible plants as well as ornamentals plants, and Houttuynia cordata. Saururus chinensis, Epimedium koreanum need to be further developed not only as ornamental plants but also medicinal plants.
A Study on the Micro-Propagation of Landscape-Plants
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 83~94
After coming this century, as the propagative method of plants on a scientific foundation has been accompanied systematically, it has played an important part in the improvement of cultivar. But an existing propagative technique is not a few defects in our tasks and industrial structure which changes every hour and envirnment which undergoes a sudden change. To use developed biological knowledge recently, and existing propagative method which is main axis in sexual reproductive crossing, is increased much in the inside of internal organs by asexual reproductive means which is on a different level, and by, introducing a new character, it improves an inherited character etc. We have observed methods which supplement or replace a defect. These methods are not yet ripe for putting to practical use in the present research phase but convinced that they will offer an epoch-marking turning point.
A Study on the Planning Characteristics of the Dosanseodang through the Review of
The Writings of Toegye
Kim, Yeong Mo ; Choe, Gi Su ;
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 95~95
A Study on the Planning Characteristics of the Dosanseodang through the Review of "The Writings of Toegye"
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 98~106
As a faithful study about the intended plan of builder, this article studied the Dosanseodang(陶山書堂) which is located in the Dosanseodang(陶山書堂). The Dosanseowon is one of the representative Yi-Dynasty' Seowons. Through the review of
The Writings of Toegye
. It is found several intended plan of the Dosanseodang(陶山書 堂) as follows. 1. When Toegye located the site of the Dosanseodang in the Dosan, using four criteria such as 1) geographical characteristics(地 理), 2) hills and waters(山水) 3) form and orientation of valley, 4) so-cial characteristics. 2. In the Dosan area, the location of Seodang was determined by the physical characteristics of the valley(orientation and entrance), not by the concept of Fung-sui(風水). 3. The whole spatial structure of Seodang area formed triangle, and the Dosanseodang was located at the angular point of the triangle. 4. The landscape elements of the Dosanseodang falled into the three landscape hierarchy such as a front view, a middle view, and a distance view. Besides the three views, there was a borrowed view which Toegye defined in terms of ownership.
An Exploration of Postmodernism in Contemporary Western Landscape Architecture
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 107~124
Studies on Urban Green Open Space Establishment and Management of Ecological Approach -A case study of Ansan urban nature park in Seoul-
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 125~137
Ansan urban nature park is 197.8ha and located in Seodeamun-Gu of Seoul. Flora of Ansan consisted of 141 species, 76 genera, 40 families in woody plants. This study was conducted to analyze the natural environment and establish the park management plan with ecological approach. The result of this study is summarized as follows. 1. The short term plan shall be performed in six vegetation management zones; Robinia pseudoacacia community zone, Sorbus alnifolia community zone, Quercus acutissima community zone, Populus
albagrandulosa community zone, Pinus densiflora community zone, and landscape planting zone. Pinus densiflora and landscape planting zones shall be managed artificially, the others managed with ecological approach. 2. The long term plan shall be performed in four vegetation management zones; Robinia pseudoacacia community zone, Quercus spp. community zone, Pinus densiflora community zone, and landscape planting zone. Pinus densiflora and landscape planting zones shall be managed artificially, the others managed with ecological approach. 3. Because soil of Ansan is acidified and the soil disturbed growth of plants, the improvement of soil is necessary. The fertilization shall be performed in three zones; evergreen confierous tree zone(ex. P. densiflora), Quercus spp. zone, and the other deciduous tree zone(ex. R. pseudoacacia).
Studies on the Sambucus silliamsii var. coreana Nakai for Landscape use
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 21, issue 1, 1993, Pages 139~148
The present experiments have been conducted to find out the plant's growth environments habitate, mode of life, characteristic of photosynthesis, habit of growth and propagation. The results of this study are as follows: 1. Sambucus williamsii var. Coreana distributes around all sides of native site without having any relation to altitude, inclination and direction. 2. In the native site, Robinia pseudo - acacia and its neighboring species were Prunus yedoensis, Acer pseudo-sieboldianum, Lindera obtusiloba and Staphylea bumalda. From 21 to 41 types of species were located in the vegetation of the quadrat area. 3. According to the variation of leaf temperature with the result of the change of net photosynthetic rate, the optimum temperature for growth is
. 4. The rooted rate of vegetative propagation was the highest at 100ppm IBA plot and the lowest at 200ppm BA plot. 5. The rooted rates of Sambucus williamsii var. coreana in perlite 50% bed, vermiculite bed and peatmoss 50%+sand 50% bed are higher than others.