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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Sep 1996
Volume 2, Issue 1 - Mar 1996
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농어촌정주생활권 개발사업 추진체계 및 추진현황
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 5~14
농어촌 정주 생활권 개발 사업 관련 법령
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 15~36
A Study on the Improvement of Common Facilities in the Rural Village
Jo, Sun-Jae ; Im, Seung-Bin ; O, Hwi-Yeong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 37~44
The main aim of this study is to propose the improvement guidelines for the rural communit;- facilities(short as RCFs) in the village level. 28 villages were selected in consideration of the travelling distance to the nearest city, farming types and percentage of farm to total land. Through the analyses of the physical conditions and utilizing practices of RCFs in case villages, the tentative improvement guidelines were finally formulated. The major results of the study were summarized as follows ' 1. Most villagers thought the village hall and Jungjamok(Korean-style outdoor rest point) being centrally located, which was reflected in their high satisfaction with the accessibility to RCFs.However, they evaluated that above two places were too small and old for normal use, so set forth their views of high dissatisfaction on the scale of RCFs, 2. Analyses results of the survey in the study showed the ranking order of service level of RCFs as following; the village hall l rest building for the aged 1 rural-pocket park 1 village store / playground.And the need for cultural function was much more highly expressed than merely meeting function. 3. Considering together with the analysis results of this study and the related referencing guidelines, it is proposed to introduce the village hall, shop, and village store as basic ones of RCFs in the village level, which should form a single complex connected mutually and functionally each other.
Review of Land Suitability Classification in Japan and Its Application to Korea
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 45~56
Land suitability classification(LSC) is an appraisal and grouping(or the process of appraisal anti grouping) of specific tracts(of land) in terms of their relative land suitability for a definEd use, and is one of the land use planning techniques. This paper reviews the selected studies on LSC whose purposes are to especially contribute land use planning in case of Japan, So, this study examines the LSC's application to Korea based on Japanes LSC studies with a view to development of the methods on LSC for rational land use planning in our rural area. The result resolves itself into Table 2. However, it is undesirable to borrow from Japanes LSC studies like that, because of the difference of administrative,geographical,traditional,social and economical conditions. Therefore, it is necessary that the many case studies and examinations should be carried out in order to develop the methods on LSC suitable to Korean actual circumstances.
A Study on the Application and Formation of the Rural Village Model for the Rural Village (Re)development
Im, Seung-Bin ; Jo, Sun-Jae ; Park, Chang-Seok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 57~66
The purpose of this study is to suggest the rural village model which is able to be applied to the rural village (re)development. The rural village model consists of five sector models land use model, residential unit model, public facilities allocation model, productive space arrangement model, road & green system model. The village model as a spatial structure needs modification/revision through the its application to various sites. The following are suggestions developed in the process of preparing a model for the Korean rural village. First, some indices presented in the land use model need to be further studied as the planning indices before implementing the rural village projects. Second, it is recomended that the image of a rural village needs to be created by developing the residential unit(6 households) as a planning development unit, And various residential unit models need to be suggested. Third, it is desirable to develop the double circulation system and green edge(1 m), and to introduce pedestrian road as much as possible for the amenity of the residential environment, Fourth, being located within walking distance from the existing village, new-introduced site should be developed as a interlinked and opened structure. The rural village model is useful in preparing the spatial structure for the village (re)development, and in finding the best design solution responsive to the conditions of a project site.
Community Design Model for Remote Rural Settlements - Focused on the Mountain Community in Less Favored Area -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 67~80
Less Favored Area(LFA) is a newly shaped regional concept and just appearing as a new community design target, where the topogeographical, industry-locational condition and the daily living environment have been outstandingly inferior to any other regions. Community Design(CD) principles that cover a spatial order of settlements are introduced in this study when the CD concept is applied to the LFA. The study puts a great stress on the horizontal and vertical order of communal spatial units and living activities oriented to residents'socio-economic activities, on which a CD district and an inner spatial organization of community is based. Therefore the various relationships between residents' activities and particular places, such as that between agricultural production and land, access to living services and community-outer settlements, is analysed through the field study. The emphatic point is that the spatial unit and organization of community, namely settlement order is casted not only by the horizontal coverage but also by the vertical hierarchy forming a cubic-like spatial order. Applying the CD idea to LFA has limit because the CD has been oriented on urban architectural style and community participation process. Nevertheless, that has a new possibility to understand the fundamental and archetypical change of a spatial pattern of community uncovering the accumulated layer of settlement order especially in the drastically changed mountain community from past to now.
Consolidation of Agricultural Institutions and Its Efficient Management Schemes for the 21 st Century-oriented Agricultural Development - Case Study for Land Choongcheongnam-Do -
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 81~90
In this paper, the basic planning for the creation of consolidated agricultural institutions of Choongcheongnam -Do and its management schemes were established. These institutions, including rural development office, farmers'training institution, original seeding field of farm crops, agriculturial information center, packing design center, agricultural machinery repair center, agricultural scientific conference hall, agricultural museum, agricultural park, farmers'hall and event plaza, are planned to be created. The required area for the site is 1,246,781 m2. 281-22 Jongkyung-Ri, Sinam-Myun, Yesan-Gun, Choongcheongnam-Do and its surroundings is a proper site for the creation of'consolidated agricultural institution because the actual conditions of the soil, traffic network, irrigation and drainage, tourist routes and human resources are very good. The layout of the facilities that would comprise an agricultural institution was organized in consideration of the functions and roles of each facility and the relationships among facilities in this consolidated agricultural institution. It is desirable that the headquaters of consolidated agricultural institution oversees the management department, the planning
information department, the rural development office, the farmers'training institution, the original seeding field of farm crops and the agricultural park.
Monitoring of Agro-Ecological Environments at Small Watershed
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 91~102
Monitoring techniques for afro-ecological environments were studied, Hydrologic and ecological components in conjunction with water quality were monitored in the Balkan watershed. The hydrologic monitoring program consists of four water level gauging stations along creeks and stream at the watershed having 26.5 km2. Stage - storage relationship of reservoir, rainfall amount of the watershed, and rating curve of the stream gauging stations were established. Soil type, land use, hydrologic soil group, population and economic activities within the watershed were surveyed. Water quality data from the streams were sampled weekly and chemical analysis was conducted. Temporal variations of water quality were investigated and water quality map of each reach of stream was made to identify spatial variations. Seasonal and spatial variations of vegetation densities along stream in the watershed were investigated using grid, Density variations of insect species such as arthropod, flying insect, spider spices, rice insects were also monitored to determine seansonal surveying density. These monitored data will be used to develop monitoring techi%ues and afro - ecological environment models.
Development of Cost Estimation Method using Multiple-Regression Analysis for Rural Planning -Case Study for Land Consolidation -
Yun, Seong-Su ; Lee, Jeong-Jae ; Jo, Rae-Cheong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 103~108
In rural planning, the cost estimation of project is a key factor for planning. Therefore, development of reliable cost estimation method is essential. Recently, new techniques are suggested for determination of project cost using historical cost data. In this study, a multiple-regression analysis was used to determine the cost of the farm land consolidation. The results demonstrated that multiple regression analysis using historical cost data can be applicable to project cost estimation.
Water Quality Management System for a Farm Village Stream -watershed monitoring and the system design-
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 2, issue 2, 1996, Pages 109~117
The purpose of this study Is to develop water quality management system fort a farm village stream. The framework design of the system and the ecological monitoring of a test watershed were carried out, The system consists of GIS(Geographic Information System ), database, pollution source management, water quality and hydrologic analysis. Suri watershed located on Idong, Yongin city, Kyunggi Province, was selected as the test watershed for the application of the system. The fifteen's monitoring stations were chooses at up- and down-stream of the watershed. The results of an aquatic ecological monitoring were analyzed by the GPI(Group Pollution Index) method. The GPI revealed that water quality was varied within the stream. GPI and DO map for the watershed stream were developed, These maps facilitated to analyze the spatial distribution of the water quality.