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Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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Volume 25, Issue 3 - Oct 1997
Volume 25, Issue 2 - Jul 1997
Volume 25, Issue 1 - Apr 1997
Volume 24, Issue 4 - Jan 1997
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Study on Developing Program for Efficient Landscape Woody Plants Management - Mainly Focused on the Development of a Tree Inventory System -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 1~22
This paper was focused on the efficient management of landscape woody plants, and concerned itself with their important role in the urban environment. Based on the philosophy that there is nothing that can be done without an inventory, the purpose of this study was to develop an inventory system and iris proper application to a site for establishing a management plan Two different approaches were used, The first was to make a newly structured inventory system through collecting, analyzing, and evaluating various types of inventories used in Korea, the U. S. A., and Japan. The second approach was to apply a newly designed inventory system to the case study area. using GIS 'as a tool of spacial analysis and statistics for making decisions. The results could be summarized as follows; 1. In Korea, most of the Landscape Woozy Plants Inventories had datas which represented possession of trees, and only the work which they had done according to their traditional ways, There was no data related to the conditions, management needs, and site conditions of individual trees, This is essential information for organizing an inventory system . 2. There needs to be data which is balanced, containing tree characteristics and site characteristics. Through such information the management needs could be adjusted properly. The inventory list described in this paper was determined by botanical identity, placement condition, condition of tree, and types of work for maintaining as well as improving the condition of each tree One of the most important things was to determine the location data of each tree so as to compare data with other trees. The data gained from the field survey still had some problems because of lack of scientific method for supporting objective views, and because of actual situations, especially in the field of evaluating site conditions and management needs. All data should be revised to fit a computer data management system , if possible 3. The GIS(Geographic Information System) application showed good performance in handling inventory data for decision making. All the data used for the GIS application was divided into location and non-spatial data. Using the location data, it was easy to find the exact location of each tree on the monitor and on the maps generated by the computer even in the actual managed trite, along with various attribute data. Therefore it could be said that the entire management plan should start from data of individual trees with their exact locations, for making concrete management goals through actual budget planning.
A Study on the Development of Environmental Indicators and the Evaluation of Environmental Amenity
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 23~38
In this Study, indicators for the evaluation of environmental amenity were determined through the investigation of the resident's consciousness in all thirty one cities and counties of Kyonggi. Also, environmental amenity that the resident feel in terms of recognition level was evaluated and based on the determined environmental indicators, environmental amenity for the physical environmental situation was evaluated. By analyzing the results, basic data for the planning of the future environmental management were prepared. The results of this study can be summarized as follows First, the developed indicators for the evaluation of environmental amenity consist of four intermediate evaluation items and fifteen individual evaluation items, and fifty four evaluation standards in total . Two to five evaluation standards were determined for the respective individual evaluation items. Second, using the developed indicators, the evaluation of environmental amenity were implemented based on both resident's consciousness and statistical data. Third, by analyzing the difference between two evaluation results, future research plan was proposed.
Differences between Design Guidelines and Use Behavior abort Play Facilities of Children\\` Playguound in Multi-Family Housing Site
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 39~58
This study aims to find out differences between designer's design guidelines and user's actual behavior about play facilities of children playground in multifamily housing site by using the method of Post-Occupancy Evaluation. Korea National Housing Cooperation developed the 18 play facilities and constructed them into children' playground of Bun-dong and Junggae-dong housing site in Seoul. The results are as follows: First, user's behaviors which differed from designer's guidelines were influenced by mechanical and technical problems rather than design. Second, users adjusted their brahvior to play facilities which have a little operational problems. Third. users tried to make dangrous activity instead of designer's guidelines based on the safety. It infers that users want to make creative activities from play facilities. Fourth. designers should have developed play facilities for infants and youth. Fifth. users liked to play more complicated play facilities rather than single facility.
The effect of landscape meaning on landscape assessment focused on the interaction with scenic beauty, people\\`s purpose and socio-cultural experience
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 59~73
Past research suggests that a landscape has a specific situational meaning that is comprized of physical, social, and functional dimensions. and that the meaning: influences person/landscape interactions. In this study. the effect of landscape meaning on three landscape assessment(scenic beauty assessment, picnic preference, living preference) was tested by manipulating landscape meaning in three ways: Korean-positive, Korean-neutral, American-positive The results showed that landscape ,meaning played an important role in determining cognitive interactions and affective experiences of landscapes. However, it should be notch that the beneficial effect of positive meaning on landscape experiences depended on people's tasks and levels of oflandscape beauty. The effect was larger for both picnic preference (than scenic beauty and living preference) and low-beauty landscape (than the high-beauty) . The results also showed that the beneficial effect of positive meaning depended on the relationship between talc nature of positive meaning and measurement context.
A STUDY ON THE SOIL HARDNESS FLUCTUATION OF GREEN SPACE
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 74~84
A Study on the Function of "Chang-Won-Seo" as a Government Organization in charge of Landscape Architecture during Chosun-Dynasty
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 85~95
The purpose of this study is to investigate the function of "Chang-Won-Seo" which is one of government organizations in charge of landscape architecture during Chosun-Dynasty This study is based on the analysis of historic documents published by the government offices during Chosen-dynasty. The landscape architectural administration during Chosun-Dynasty was mainly undertaken by the Ministry of Industry in both central and local government. Especially, the government office titled "Seon-Gong-Gam" under the Ministry of Industry was in charge of landscape construction. There were seven divisions under the "Chang-Won-Seo" and three divisions such as "Kwa-Won-Saek" , "Saeng-Gwa-Saek" and "Keon-Gwa-Saek" took charge of main part of the work. "Kwa-Won-Saek" was In charge of the management of public fruit gardens and lotus ponds constructed in Han-Yang(Seoul) in order to harvest fruit and edible lotus seeds. "Saeng-Gwa-Saek" was responsible for the supply of fresh fruits to the royal family and the government offices while "Keon-Gwa-Saek" took charge of supplying them with dried fruits. In view of the responsibilities of three divisions, it is concluded that the function of "Chang-Won-Seo" was not to construct and manage the pleasure gardens controlled by the government. but to manage the public fruit gardens and to supply the royal family and the government offices with fresh and dried fruits.
A Study on Choice Behavior of Theme Park Visitors - Application of Nested Logit Model -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 96~111
This study was carried out to identify users' choice behavior of theme parks. overland. Lotte World, Seoul Land, Dreamland and Children's Grand Park were selected as study areas. Both multinomial logic model(MNL), nested logic model(NMNL) and joint logit model wet
e test using a choice-based sample collected on study areas. Hausman-McFadden test showed that the MNL is not appropriate because the IIA assumption is violated. To avoid the problematic IIA assumption, the NMNL was tested. It splits similar alternatives into groups and nests separate decisions into hierarchical order to avoid the IIA assumption. Cluster analysis and discriminant analysis were conducted to find applicable nest structures. The inclusive value coefficient was 0.7788. It meant that sufficient condition of this model is met and users' choice behavior can be better understood by NMNL than MNL. The
2 value and accuracy of prediction of this model were 0.402 and 46.33% , respectively. Several comments were suggested to make the NMNL to be more reliable for future research on users' choice behavior of theme park.
Case Study on the presumed Landscape Architectural Vestige of Baek Je in Aska Region, Japan
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 112~122
There is not enough excavation examples and bibliographies to study the garden of Baek Je as the ancient landscape architecture style This study was to seek the ancient Japanese gardens which had a great concern with Baek Je in order to surmount the limitation in the study on Baek Je's Gardens . As the result, there were founded the three ponds and one garden facility in ancient Japanese gardens focused on Aska region. The traces of the landscape architecture of Baek Je style were founded in the pond form and rubble masonry and such like. This study was the first trial to the study on the garden of Baek Je style in Japan And excavation examples which had a concern with Baek Je will be more in Japan. So more study is needed.
The Relationship between circulation of precipitation and urbanization
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, volume 24, issue 4, 1997, Pages 123~131
Since the industrial revolution. the growth of cities has been especially apid and the rate of ulbanization has been high. This urban development is encroaching on the natural environment because the cities are developed with not only residential estates, industrial area and buildings but also with infrastructure. The surface area of the city is sealed ,with pavement whereas nature is disturbed and modified. The hydrological cycle in the city is inf1uenced by the change of land use I. e., from forest to agricultural land, talc draining of wetlands and above all the increase of built-up areas. The surface retention and interception of precipitation in the city is reduced. because the surface area is now smooth and solid. The characteristics of the hydrological cycle in the city are increased runoff, reduced evapotranspiration and infiltraction . We have too much faith in technology although it may cause more unforseen problems. We build more river banks and 'emulation dams and straighten rivers and streams in order to protect ourselves from disasters.. However. the results of hose developments are often higher
water levels, the disturbance of aquatic ecosystems and the reduction of biodiversity. Therefore, we should examine problems from the hydrological cycle in cities and study a natural system as close cities to nature as possible. This paper shows the problems caused by the hydrological cycle in the city. The ecology-oriented method and design must be used in order to protect our environment from dicturbance.