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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2005
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2005
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2005
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2005
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Development of a Web-based Integrated System for Flow of Agricultural Products
Suh, Kyo ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ; Kim, Tae-Gon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 1~8
This study is to develop a web-based integrated system for flow of agricultural products based on recent researches with engineering approach. The system stands on the basis of web for accessibility and usability. Three parts of the system consist of analysis of regional shipping characteristics using tank model, estimation of pallet load efficiency with Monte Carlo Simulation, a long term prediction of market price with reliability analysis. Besides a decision support module for selecting optimal shipping market is added through synthesizing techniques and spatial analysis using GIS and applied to Chinese cabbage of Pyeongchang in 2004.
Potential Soil Loss Prediction for Land Resource Management in the Nakdong River Basin
Oh, Jeong-Hak ; Jung, Sung-Gwan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 9~19
The purpose of this study is to analyze the potential soil loss and hazard zone by the Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation(RUSLE) for preservation and management of land resources which is the base of ecosystem, and to grasp the relationship between RUSLE factors in the Nakdong River Basin. All thematic maps used in RUSLE are constructed through GIS and spatial analysis method derived from digital topographic maps, detailed soil maps, land-cover maps, and mean annual precipitation of 30 years collected respectively from National Geographic Information Institute, National Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology, and Ministry of Environment. The slope length of LS-factor that takes much times by the study area's wideness was calculated automatically through AML(Arc Macro Language) program developed by Van Remortel et al.(2001, 2003). The results are as follows; First, according to the soil loss estimation by the RUSLE, it shows that approximately 82% of the study area have relatively lower possibility of soil loss which is the 1 ton/ha in annual soil loss. While, 9.4% (
) needed intensive and continuous management for soil loss. Because the amount of their annual soil loss was greater than 10 ton/ha that is optimum level suggested by Morgan(1995). For these areas, the author believe that a new approach which can minimize environmental impacts from soil loss through improvement of cultivation process and buffer forest zone should be applied. Second, according to the relationship between the RUSLE factors, topographical(LS-factor) and cover management(C-factor) conditions have a lot of influence on soil loss in case of the Nakdong River Basin. However, because of RUSLE factor's influence that affect to soil loss might be different based on the variety of spatial hierarchy and extent, it is necessary to analyze and evaluate factor's relationship in terms of spatial hierarchy and extent through field observations and further studies.
A Study on Assessment and Classification about Rural Landscape Resources - Centered on Comprehensive Development Project of Rural Village -
Lee, Dong-Kun ; Ok, Ju-Hee ; Hong, Chnn-Sun ; Youn, So-Won ; Park, Chang-Sug ; Yoo, Heon-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 21~34
The objective of this study is to suggest a planning direction for the management and conservation of a rural landscape. For suggesting the planning direction, this study was classified rural landscape resources based on spatial type to understand the assessment of rural landscape. This study examined literature reviews and site investigations for collecting the data on the resources of a rural landscape to maintain rurality. First above all, it was classified into physical and non-physical resources. Non-Physical resources include elements such as inhabitants' will, leaders' will and the software. It is also to reflect all these factors on the planning. Next, this study classified the resources of a landscape into artificial and natural resources and applied these resources to rural areas which were divided into five types: industry area, life area, natural landscape area, program area and human behavior area. The pictures obtained from this field survey were used for a questionnaire survey to understand the value of a rural landscape. The contents of questionnaire survey were divided into two parts: the presentation condition of a rural land-scape and assessment of a rural landscape. Especially, the value of a rural landscape was divided into the ecological value, socio-cultural value and holistic value.
A Classification of Regional Pattern Analysis for the Planning in Chungbuk using Multivariate Analysis
Yoon, Seong-Soo ; Joo, Ho-Gil ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 35~41
It is necessary that the basic concept of rural planning update from economics based on the production and sale into experience of natural resources and traditional culture. For the purpose of set up development direction for rural district, it is requisite to the multivariate analysis. In this study, the methods of the classification of rural village with existing data are studied, the results looking for applying to the making of principal viewpoint of the development. The analysis methods of classification are used the PCA, CA and combination of these, and making the revised method for localization of the rural district. In this study, we implement classification of regional pattern analysis for the planning of rural district in Chungbuk province.
Design of Integrated Database Schema for Improving Usability of Rural Information
Lee, Ji-Min ; Kyo, Suh ; Kim, Han-Joong ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 43~49
As information has been brought to public attention, information storage as well as information usability has been important. Rural information is produced in many areas and institutions. However, it is difficult to use rural information comprehensively. Since formats for management are various, it is difficult to have unified frame. In this research, a schema of database fer integrating rural data is designed to improve usability using dimensional modeling. First of all, rural data are analyzed for designing integrated rural database schema. Rural data used are 'National Agricultural Statistics' and 'Gun annual statistical report'. Analysis shows that there are three considerations; administrative district, time-dependency and classification of data. Considering these three requisite, we designed database schema using dimensional modeling. The reason of using dimensional modeling is to improve usability and effectiveness. If the database was designed using ER modeling, many tables have to be joined every searching time. Separately from integrated rural database schema, user's database schema is designed considering usability. Through user's database, users can modify data or generate new data and save these processes. These make it possible to use generated data repeatedly. We evaluate usability, contribution, and effectiveness of data manipulation on the integrated rural database. We propose an integrated rural database structure improving the accessibility and usability of rural data and information and verified the data model based on a practical example.
Analysis of Soil Erosion Vulnerability at Alpine Agricultural Fields of HongCheon County
Kim, Ki-Sung ; Heo, Sung-Gu ; Jung, Yeoug-Sang ; Kim, Ji-Man ; Lim, Kyoung-Jae ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 51~57
It has been well known that soil erosion and sediments from alpine agricultural fields are causing severe water quality and turbidity problems in receiving waters. Also these result in the loss of money because farmers have to buy top soils to provide enough root zone in the following year. Thus, there have been needs to reduce soil erosion and sediment discharge into the stream networks. To accomplish this end, an effective erosion control plans should be developed based on scientific research, not by rule of thumb. The Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) has been widely used to estimate the soil erosion in many countries over the years. In this study, the USLE was used to estimate soil erosion potential under different cropping scenarios in HongCheon County, Kangwon. The soil erosion potential for continuous corn cropping was the highest compared with those from continuous potato find average cropping scenarios. This indicates the soil erosion plans need to be established considering cropping system in the field. The Unit Stream Power Erosion-Deposition (USPED) was applied for HongCheon County to estimate soil erosion and deposition areas. The USPED estimated results can be used to complement USLE results in developing effective erosion control plans.
Model Development and Appraisal by Visual Simulation about Soundproof Grove Types of Street Side
Kim, Sung-Kyun ; Jeong, Tae-Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 11, issue 2, 2005, Pages 59~69
Because of increasing numbers of cars many highways are being constructed lively, and the noise of passing cars has influenced surrounding areas. In consideration of this, some alternatives and researches for soundproof facilities are proceeding, but aesthetic approach hasn't been considered. Therefore, this research is focused on soundproof effects for each types, effectual simulation methods, visual assessment and estimation between the landscape before simulation and the landscape after. Soundproof facilities are divided largely by the soundproof barrier, the soundproof mounding, the soundproof grove. The soundproof grove has three main function. First, leaves and branches absorbs sound vibrations. Second, leaves absorbs sound, and branches obstruct sounds. Third, by means of sounds of shaking leaves, forest can offset noises. This research was proceeded by means of classification of soundproof grove types and investigation of visual simulation methods. We made visual simulation for each types, and estimated the landscape for each types.