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The Korean Journal of Ecology
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Aug 1988
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Jun 1988
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Apr 1988
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Feb 1988
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Classification and Pattern Analysis of the Forest Vegetation in Daedunsan Provincial Park, Korea
Kim, Jeong-Un ; Yim, Yang-Jai ; Kil, Bong-Seop ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 109~122
The foret vegetations of Daedunsan provincial park area in Korea were classified into eight communities of Acer mono-Zelkova serrata, Lindera erythrocarpa-Cornus controversa, Carpinus tschonoskii, Quercus variabilis, Quercus serrata, Carpinus laxiflora, Rhododendron schlippenbachii-Quercus mongolica and Rhododendron mucronu-latum-Pinus densiflora by the Z-M method. By two dimensional analysis of temperature, moisture gradients, the eight communities were grouped into four vegetation types: cove forest dominated with Zelkova serrata and Cornus controversa, hornbeam forest with Carpinus tschonoskii and Carpinus laxiflora, oak forest with Quercus variabilis, Quercus mongolica, Carpinus laxiflora, Carpinus tschonoskii, Zelkova serrta and Pinus densiflora community was made from the analysis of actual vegetation map by the phytosociological classification, environmental conditions and human interferences.
Variation of Deposition Time and Amount of Airborne pollens in Mt. Kwan-ak
Chang, Nam-Kee ; Nam-Il Kim ; Jae-Geun Kim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 123~130
The airborne pollens were studied by Durhan's pollen trap in Mt. Kwan-ak from March 1, 1984 to October 15, 1986. Most airborne pollens were found from late-March to late-September and few of them from early-November to late-February. Peak times of airborne pollens were found for one year as follows; First, from late-March to early-April, Second, middle-May, third, from late-August to middle-September. Peak day of airborne pollens of each species was related with cumulative temperature. The total amount of airborne pollen during one year had fluctuation in each year. Year by year, the amount of airborne pollens from tree was increaed, but airborne pollens of grasses was decreased. Among tree airborne pollens, the deposition rate of pinus pollen was steady, bur Quercus was relatively increased.
Indirect Ordination of the Forest Communities of Mt. Naejang, Southwestern Korea
Kim, Jeong-Un ; Yang-Jai Yim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 131~136
The continuum analyses and polar ordinations were applied for the ordination of forest vegetation in Mt. Naejang, national park in Korea. In the continuum analyses the sequence of Pinus densiflora, Quercus mongolica, Quercus variabilis, Carpinus laxiflora, Carpinus tschonoskii, Lindera erythrocapa and Zelkova serrata community was arranged along the continuum gradient as in moisture gradient analyses. The positive correlation of r=0.83 between continuum index and soil moisture content was observed. In the polar ordinations ten communities of Pinus densiflora, Quercus monogolica, Quercus variabilis, Carpinus laxiflora, Daphniphyllum macropodum, carpinus tschonoskii, Quercus aliena-Carpinus tschonoskii, Torreya nucifera, Cornus controversa-Lindera erythrocarpa and Zelkova serrata were identified. However, continuous distribution pattern of ten communities mentioned above could be regarded as a vegetational continuum. The results of these ordinations also were corresponded to those of phytosociological classification.
Analyses of Fossil Pollen of Tetiary Miocene in the Yeonil Area, Korea
Chang, Nam-Kee ; Ki-Wan Kim ; Jae-Geun Kim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 137~144
The use of modern pollen spectra for comparative interpretation of fossil pollen sequence requires the ability to distinguish different vegetation types by their pollen spectra, which may show similarities to fossil assemblages. Tertiary marine and non-marine sediments, the Yeonil Group, of the Yeonil area, Korea, was found thirty-two palynomorphic genera. One of the characteristic features of Yeonil geo-flora is predominance of coniferous trees over shrubs, herbs, and ferns. Miocene deposits of Yeonl area, Korea, ae differentiated with five zones. According to the pollen diagram it can be inferred the climate of the Tertiary Miocene of the Yeonil area, Korea.
Actual Vegetation and Potential Natural Vegetation of Naejangsan National Park, Southwestern Korea
Kim, Jeong-Un ; Yang-Jai Yim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 145~152
The potential natural vegetation of Naejangsan national park area, southwestern Korea, was inferred from the actual vegetation. With the phytosociological classification, ordinatins and field surveys, the actual vegetation map of the area was made in scale 1:25, 000, including ten communities of Pinus densiflora, quercus mongolica, Quercus variabilis, Carpinus laxiflora, Daphnipyllum macropodum, Carpinus tschonoskii, Quercus aliena-Carpinus tschonoskii, Cornus controversa-Lindera erythrocarpa, Torreya mucifera-Zelkova serrate and Acer mono-Zelkova serrata community. The analyses of species richness, age structure and various informations on vegetation changes suggest the three pathways of late stage succession from P. densiflora forest to climatic climax. The first of them is through Q. variabilis forest to Q. monogolica forest in the upper parts of the mountain, the second through Q. variabilis and Q. serrata forest to C. laxiflora forest in the middle parts and the third through Q. aliena forest to C. tschonoskii forest in lower parts. Considering the actual vegetation and informations on the vegetation changes including human activities, the potential natural vegetation of the mountain mainly composed of Q. monogolica, C. laxiflora, C. tschonoskii, P. densiflora and Z. serrata forest as climatic climax and/or edaphic climax was inferred. The present situration of nature conservation in the area was estimated by the examination on the actual vegetation and potential natural vegetation map.
On Vegetation of Mt. Cheomchal in Jindo Island
Chang, Seok-Mo ; Han-Sung Chang ; Jong-Hong Kim ;
The Korean Journal of Ecology, volume 11, issue 3, 1988, Pages 153~173
The structure of vegetation of Mt. Cheomchal, Jindo-gun, Chollanamdo were surveyed from 1985 to 1987. The vascular plants was listed 785 taxa classified into 680 speciesm 1 subspecies, 95 varieties, 9 forma, 484 genera, 139 families, and 42 orders. The floral data showed the ecological characteristics such as the value 1.71 in Pte-Q and N-
e in biological type. Vegetation of Mt. Cheomchal is classified into 8 communities: Quercus salicina community, Castanopsis cuspidata var. sieboldii community, Quercus acuta community, and Camellia japonica community as evergreen broad-leaved forest, Quercus variabilis Pinus densiflora community, Carpinus coreana community and Carpinus tschonoskii-quercus variabilis community as deciduous broad-leaved forest, and Pinus densiflora community as pine forest.