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Volume 5, Issue 2 - Aug 1999
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The Comparative Study of Packing House System for Apple Industry between Kyungpook Province and New York State
Lee, Ho-Chol ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 1~13
Packing house is the regional center in which packing, sorting, storage, and selling of harvested fruits are taken care of all together. It is located at the producing centers, and commercializes their apples. Apple grading policies of chief producing centers should concentrate on enhancing functions and roles of its local packing house. Consequently new packing house policies for enacting individual grading standards at national and local levels should be developed. This study is to develop Korea packing house on the basis of field survey in New York State. Increasing the utilization of packing house is the main key to the success of apple grading project. Therefore, effective arrangement and utilization of sorting facilities should be evaluated and new system which enables apple farms, local cooperatives, and corporations to joint-utilize packing house must to be established.
A Study on the Problematic Issues and Residents Preference of Administrative Boundary Integration for Rurban Development : A Case Study on the WanJu County
Chung, Cheol-Mo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 14~23
This studys concerns with a critical issues of urban and rural integration for rurban development. Todays, many of urban-rural integrated cities are confronted with the negative effects of administrative boundary integration. The first problem is induced from the developmental gaps and different residential demands between the core-city and peripheral-county. The second problem is social-economic and administrative unification costs neglected. The third problem is the environmental pollutions and degradations in peripheral-county by rapid urbanization. The forth problem is the inequality of the public services and regional investments in the urban-rural Integrated cities. The fifth problem is the administrative relation and financial distribution between core-city and residual province when the urban-rural integrated core-city becomes large urban city. The results of the questionnaire analysis as follows. The first point, the preference of administrative boundary integration is different in intra-areas of urban-rural integrated county by it's location. The second point, the diversity of preference of residents depends on theirs job, age, resdential period, education and income level. So, administrative boundary integration must consider the many important factors which affect the socio-economic situations between the core-city and peripheral-county. In conclusion, residents' preference for the admistrative boundary integration depends on their situation without rational approach for macro regional development. In this contexts, comprehensive approach for the urban-rural administrative boundary integration is needed in consistent with rapid change of local government's functions.
A Study on the Physical and Chemical Characteristics of the Constructed Wetland Soil for Sewage Treatment
Yoon, Chun-Gyeong ; Kwun, Tae-Young ; Woo, Sun-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 24~29
The soil from constructed wetland system for sewage treatment was analyzed to examine physical and chemical characteristics. Clogging and lowered permeability were the physical matters of concern, and nutrient and salt accumulation were the chemical matters of concern. However, the soil properties of the constructed wetland system after 3 year operation demonstrated no degradation and still the soil works almost same as the initial stage. Encouragingly, no sludge accumulation was observed inside the system. Therefore, it implies that the wetland sewage treatment system can work continuously as long as it is operated and managed properly not to cause excessive pollutant loading.
Development of the Evaluation Model of Location Suitability for Protected Horticulture - Comparative Study on Significance Determination Techniques -
Hwang, Han-Cheol ; Lee, Nam-Ho ; Jeon, Woo-Jeong ; Nam, Sang-Woon ; Hong, Seong-Gu ; Kim, Jeong-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 30~37
It is necessary to evaluate the location suitability for protected horticulture to plan new protected horticultural facilities in rural areas. For objective and systematic evaluation of location suitability for protected horticulture, three different evaluation models were constructed based on grading, proportion, and analytic hierarchy process(AHP). The three methods were tested to evaluate the location suitability for protected horticulture in three selected regions; suburban, plain, mountainous. The results indicated that the grading method underestimated the difference of importance among grouping categories, compared to the proportion and AHP methods. Based on the results, the AHP method was founded to be better than the other two methods in terms of evaluation process, reproductivity and reliability of the results.
A Study on the Improvement Directions and Characteristics of Facilities in Recreational Forests
Im, Seung-Bin ; Park, Chang-Sug ; Kim, Sung-Keun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 38~45
The purpose of this study is to investigate the characteristics and suggest the Improvement directions of the facilities in Recreational Forests. This study adopted such various analysis methods as reviewing related documents, surveying the existing sites, and using questionnaire to visitors and managers. The result of this study can be summarized as follows ; 1) The major facilities of Recreational Forests are the lodging, recreation, and sports ones. 2) The primary factor for the visitor's satisfaction is the quality of natural environment, but that for their dissatisfaction is the lack of variety of the available facility. 3) The major problems of facilities in Recreational Forests are their number and design. This study suggests the improvement of accessibility and design of the facilities in the Recreational Forests.
The Pastoral Ideal and its Legacy to Landscape Design
Pae, Jeong-Hann ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 46~55
This paper examines the pastoral ideal and its legacy to landscape design. We have had the routine convention of experiencing natural beauty from the picture-like nature. We, who would liken a scenic view to a picture, often equate natural beauty with superficial representations of nature shown in pastoral literature and traditional landscape paintings: the lush of towering trees, the field of endless green, the soft babbling flow of the river and the crisp clear sky. It is not a portrayal of nature as it is, but in fact a conceptual expression of its ideal form. The ideological root of that natural beauty can be retraced to the pastoral ideal, so eagerly longed for by people of the western world. A pastoral landscape graciously marked with leisurely peace and subtle harmony is what we identify as beautiful nature. In fact, however, it is no more than an artificial refuge in contextual isolation from its surrounding, and a by-stander's nature seen purely through the eyes of the outsider. The tradition of pastoralism, reaching its peak in the 18th century with its English Landscape Garden style, was transplanted into the real world through the practice of landscape architecture. Landscape design in such a form is just a static means of decoration devoid of meaning and process. And we simply identify the green ornamentation with nature.
Evaluation Model for Environmentally Friendliness of Tourism Farms by LISREL Structural Equation Model
Eom, Boong-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 56~65
Recently, new concept and paradigm of 'Environmentally-Friendliness' is taking a growing interest in environmental planning and design. This study is to establish the evaluation model for environmentally-friendliness of 'Tourism Farms' in rural areas by LISREL structural equation model. A questionnaire survey was conducted for deputy manager group and expert group. As the Result of LISREL structural equation model, the environmentally-friendliness of tourism farms is composed of three categories. First, conservation of global environment (Low Impact), second, friendliness to surrounding nature(High Contact), and third, environmental health and amenities (Health & Amenity). Five indicators, such as (1)saving of energy and water resource, (2)reduction and reuse of garbage, (3)natural purification of sewage disposal, (4)utilization of natural energy, (5)campaign and education programs of environmentally-friendliness, were affecting the first category, i.e., conservation of global environment(Low Impact). Friendliness to surrounding nature (High Contact) is affected by 3 indicators, (1)contact to nature and diverse green areas, (2)water intimate & contact areas, (3)natural ecology observation by biotope. Finally, the dimension of environmental health and amenity is affected by 3 indicators, (1)nature affinity by farming experience, (2)environmental-friendliness of soil & crops by organic farming, (3) campaign and education programs of environmentally-friendliness. Total coefficient of determination of the structural equation model by LISREL was 0.897, which showed high explanatory power.
Upper-Level Expectation in Random Coefficient Logit Model
Lee, Seong-Woo ; Ryu, Sung-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 5, issue 2, 1999, Pages 66~72