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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Aug 1999
Volume 5, Issue 1 - Feb 1999
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환경친화적 산지개발 추진방안
Choe, Yeong-Guk ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 3~11
A study on local economy activation of Japan by herv -A case of herb festival in Kawaguchikocho Japan-
Hong, Young-Rok ; Cho, Tae-Dong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 12~19
This study proposes the following directions on the basis of results gained from a survey in Yamanasihyun Kawaguchikocho, where the herb festival is successfully held, in order to activate the local economy by herb. 1) The herb education for person in charge in the local authorities, the promoter of herb festival, has to be preceded and the local residents should try to understand what the herb is. 2) For a successful herb festival in the aspect of local economy and environmental conservation, detailed basic study and publicity including human -, natural environment, ecological conditions for herb should be peformed. 3) Herb event should have various programs and formats to arouse the user's interest and should be a place for environmental education.
The Efficient Computation Method of Two-commodity Network Flow Problem Using TSP
Hwang, In-Keuk ; Park, Dong-Jin ; Yoon, Kwang-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 20~25
Our interest in this paper is in the efficient computation of a good low bound for the traveling salesman problem and is in the application of a network problem in agriculture. We base our approach on a relatively new formulation of the TSP as a two-commodity network flow problem. By assigning Lagrangian multipliers to certain constraints and relaxing them, the problem separates into two single-commodity network flow problems and an assignment problem, for which efficient algorithms are available.
Resources Evaluation System for Rural Planning Purposes(IV) - Application Study to the Case Areas -
Choi, Soo-Myung ; Han, Kyung-Soo ; Hwang, Han-Cheol ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 26~34
This study, a sub-one of comprehensive research works titled under "Rural Resources Evaluation System", tried to verify utility/applicability of the developed model system through the case study works on 3 sample villages, Backya, Uyan and Suyu, representing the lowland, upland and seashore villages respectively. From the various surveying and collecting works including the official/statistical data collection, map analysis, in-situ investigation, field survey and written material review, the original data set were obtained and manipulated into final input data for resources grading. After then, by the automatized calculation procedure of "Rural Resources Evaluation System", score results for resources evaluation were finally produced with the total maximum score being 1,000. Through comparing works among score results of 3 case villages and between score results and areal characteristics of each case village, the applicability of the system developed in this study was well confirmed.
Landscape Evaluation of Rural Stream based on the Factor Analysis of Visual Preference
Kim, Sung-Keun ; Cho, Woo-Hyun ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 35~44
The purpose of this study is to find the bi-polar adjectives for rural stream landscape evaluation by the semantic differential scale and to suggest the major determinants of visual preference in rural stream landscapes. For this, the bi-polar adjectives for rural stream landscape evaluation was found by the method of the reliability test, and the spatial image was analyzed by the factor analysis. The level of visual preference was measured by slide simulation test, and these data were analyzed by the multiple regression. The major findings of this study can be summarized as follows : 1) Of the bi-polar adjectives expressing psychological and physical characteristics, the hi-polar adjectives which demonstrated reliability and consistency run as follows : Bi-polar adjectives expressing psychological characteristics : 'calm-bustling', 'unfamiliar-familiar', 'still-active','depressing-brisk', 'discomfortable-comfortable', 'suppressed-free', 'lifeless-living', 'quiet-noisy', 'unpleasant-pleasant'. Bi-polar adjectives expressing physical characteristics : 'artificial-natural', 'narrow-wide', 'rocky-not rocky', 'desolate-fertile', 'dirty-clean', 'enclosed-open', 'flat-steep', 'not gravelly-gravelly', 'thicketed-not thicketed', 'not weedy-weedy'. 2) Two factors, the harmony and the movement, were derived from the factor analysis for the psychological variables. Three factors, the naturalness, the rock, and the vegetation, were derived from the factor analysis for the physical variables. 3) Rural stream landscape types were classified into four types by the multi-dimensional scaling method. Type III, IV obtained higher rank of visual preference and type I, II obtained lower. 4) For all types, the factors determining the level of visual preference were found to be the harmony, the naturalness, and the vegetation. The visual preference determinants of rural stream landscape need to be considered in improving or restoring the rural stream landscapes.
A Study on the Applicability of Resistivity Cone for Contaminant Investigation in Farm Land
Yu, Chan ; Yoon, Chun-Gyeong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 45~55
The applicability of resistivity cone for contaminant investigation in farm land was examined in laboratory and in-situ. To verify the resistivity variations in sand with contaminants, laboratory experiment used soil resistivity test box was performed. Heavy metal and others ions were appeared steep variations in low concentration. Pilot test results were the same as laboratory test results. In the in-situ test used resistivity cone, resistivities of waste landfill layer were low than the common soil layers and resistivities had been difference with concentration of contaminant components. Therefore contaminant investigation in farm land using resistivity cone was expected very effective.
A Study on the Village Groves in Chinan-Gun Region, Korea
Park, Jae-Chul ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 56~65
The purpose of this study was to identify remained real state of the village groves in human settlement circle. That was practiced in case of Chinan-Gun region which traditional elements had well been conserved. 33 village groves were found by site survey, reference and interview in Chinan-Gun region. 31 of 51 village groves were clarified as complementing village grove by classification of grove character. It was identified through survey that many were partially destructed by development and human overuse. The results of this study showed general, socio-behavioral characteristics, characteristics of forest state and vegetation structure of village groves in Chinan-Gun region. Length, area, form, type, motive, location, relationship of those were analyzed to identify general characteristics. Facilities, human behavior and ownership of those were analyzed to identify socio-behavioral characteristics. Principal dominant species and appearing rate, height, width, density of those, species diversity of groves were analyzed to identify forest state and vegetation structure. Interrelation between each factor were analyzed and comparative review with previous studies was achieved.
Rural Development Projects and their Impacts on Built Environment; Case of Ucheon Myon-center Village
Jang, Seong-Jun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 66~75
The study intends to find out contents and impacts of rural development projects implemented by government in Ucheon myon-center village (Hoingseong-county) between 1989-1995. The projects in concern are Rural Industrial Estate Project(1989-90) and Rural Collective Village Project(1992-93), The restructuring of village plan introduced new construction and renewal of buildings that are required for a myon-center in general has to be. The study reveals some morphological patterns the village has and needs to be adjusted. As a conclusion, it proposes a conception of self-containment for a myon-center development. It is necessary that a project plan strategy should be based upon harmonious exploitation between old and new, flexible planning, and sense of technological alternatives.
Social Dimensions of Pragmatism and Planning Theory: An Application of John Dewey's Symbiotic Rationality
Lee, Seong-Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 76~86
Finding an Archetypal Landscape of Yongdam Village Conformity with Traditional Region Theories
Huh, Joon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 87~94
The purpose of this study is to find through the algorithm of traditional region theory how nature has been recognized and occupied and harmoniously used by human beings. As seen Korean traditional villages, the natural elements such as mountains and streams in Yongdam are more remarkable than the artificial elements. The people in the village regards a radius of 4-12 km as their territory and an ideal space harmonized with natural landscape. The landscape structure of Yongdam shows traditional fengshui form and has a all the characteristics that Korean rural villages have. The landscape elements, such as mountains, rivers, plains, trees, soil color, etc. characterize Yongdam village and make the landscape of Yongdam a unique place. Traditional region theory is to study an emotional reaction to the quality of life, and landscape of a settlement. And it should be a basic theory to understand the whole landscape.
A Study on the Distribution of Underground Plant Biomass and its Effect on the Stream Bank Stability
Lee, Chun-Seok ; Kim, Jung-Uk ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 1, 1999, Pages 95~103
The purpose of this study is to find out the distribution of underground biomass and its soil stabilizing effects. Bamboo and grass were examined and compared. 1. Thirty 'soil & root' samples were collected to the depth of 30cm with Impact-corer, and then divided into three sections(0-10cm, 10-20cm, 20-30cm). Each piece had a volume of
and the underground biomass was separated from the soil particles by washing with flowing water. The average underground biomass rates of bamboo and grass were 10.8% and 4% of each sample, respectively. The rate of grass root biomass declined with depth, but the bamboo root biomass was at peak at around 20cm depth. 2. The shear strength was measured with con-penetration tester at each sample collecting site. Three measurements were made at each depth(0-10cm, 10-20cm, 20-30cm) and were compared with the impact counts needed to insert the corer to the depth of 30cm. The shear strength has clear correlations with underground biomass. The more underground biomass, the higher shear strength. The shear strength of bamboo was about three times larger than the grass.