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The Vision and Tasks of Area Coast Guard (지방해양경찰청 시대의 비전과 과제)

  • Lee, Eun-Bang
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.225-230
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    • 2006
  • On the analysis of the regional organizations of coast guards in USA, Japan and BK, the ideal organization of area coast guard of Korea is proposed. It is composed of three area coast guards in West, South and East sea and special units in order to carry out missions and to response requirements and needs in the maritime fields in object oriented way. The proposed regional organization can be actualized as the model of development by improving the listed tasks.

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Study of an analytical method for determining organotin compounds in anti-fouling paints (방오페인트에 함유된 유기주석물질 분석방법 연구)

  • Kim, C.S.;Lee, S.E.;Yoon, J.Y.;Park, I.N.;Kim, M.J.;Kim, I.K.;Oh, H.J.
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.35-41
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    • 2007
  • An International Convention on the control of harmful anti-fouling system on ships(AFS Convention) was adopted on 5 October 2001 at Diplomatic Conference in London, and is expected to be presently effectuated with ratification of more than 25-member nations possessing about 25% of total world tonnage. This convention regulates the operation of harmful anti-fouling system and especially prohibits the use of organotin compounds contained in anti-fouling paint. Organotin compounds have a tendency to be easily extracted by specific solvents and have high polarity and low volatility as specific characteristics. This drives us to attempt of going through the process named derivatization that is required in analysis using a gas chromatography(GC). This study was conducted to determine the proper pre-treatment method, ethylation in comparison with hydridization on the analysis of tributyltin in organotin compounds and to verify the application of the method through the experimental analysis practically used anti-fouling paint and painted layer sample of the served ship.

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A Study on the Legislation Directions of FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD(tentative name) ((가칭) 해양경찰기본법 입법방향에 관한 연구)

  • Son, Yeongtae
    • Journal of the Society of Disaster Information
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    • v.10 no.3
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    • pp.396-407
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    • 2014
  • In 19th May 2014, the government announced that KCG(Korea Coast Guard) is dissolved regarding responsibility for recently accident which is Sewol ferry disaster. But KCG, a central administrative agency is responsible for protecting maritime sovereignty of South Korea; the most basic and indispensable organization. Furthermore, The purpose of KCG is to provide the safety of the public and keeping of public order by prescribing matters necessary for the securement of maritime security, maintenance of public order and protection of marine resources & facilities. Therefore, In this article, I would like to suggest tentatively named FRAMEWORK ACT ON KOREA COAST GUARD's management plan which could reflect the scope of functions. It means we examine the current state of KCG, and would like to signpost for the most ideal way of legal system in Korea Coast Guard. Finally, this treatise is expected that this research can be a guideline contribute to improving Korea Coast Guard relevant laws even a little.

Study on Efficient Response Skill in the Yellow Sea Coast of Korea under Bad Weather (기상악화시 우리나라 서해안의 효율적인 방제방법 고찰)

  • Yun, Jong-Hwui;Gug, Seung-Gi;Moon, Jung-Hwan;Jang, Ha-Yong;Kuk, Eun-Mi;Ha, Min-Jae
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Navigation and Port Research Conference
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    • pp.402-403
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    • 2010
  • Hebei Spirit Oil Spill in the West Coast in 2007 happened catastrophic environment and economy damage. Refer to the limitation of current oil spill response methods. and oil spill response in the Yellow sea coast of korea, effective measures are considered.

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China's Reorganization of Maritime Law Enforcement Administrations and ROK-China Maritime Cooperation (중국 해상법집행기관조직 개편과 한·중 해양협력)

  • Kim, Seok-kyun
    • Strategy21
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    • pp.178-201
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    • 2014
  • China National People's Congress has passed the bill to combine the Marine Law Enforcement into "State Oceanic Administration People's Republic of China". This bill was intended to resolve the overlapping jurisdiction and disputes caused in ocean territory in nearby countries. The purpose of reorganizing the administration was to combine the dispersed organization into one group. This new big administration was basically organized to increase the power of China marine state on the long-term. The reorganization plan is to group General Administration of Customs, China Marine Surveillance, Fisheries Law Enforcement Command, and Border Control Department into one State Oceanic Administration. The new state Oceanic Administration carries the authority to protect rights and enforce the marine law supported by Public Security Bureau. Korea Coast Guard has been cooperating with China Marine Surveillance since 1998 when the first pact was made. The next step expanded to General Administration of Customs. Currently working with Regional Maritime Law Enforcement organizations dealing mostly with illegal Chinese fishing boats and IEODO conflict. In order to solve the problems we face today is to observe the process of the New China Coast Guard administration, analysing the effects that could be caused by the change and to keep close cooperation between the new administrations.

A Study on the Civil Maritime Guarder to Enhance the Service of Coast Guard (해양경비 서비스 개선을 위한 경비지도사 제도에 관한 연구)

  • Jin, Sung-Yong;Park, Sung-Yong;Ju, Jong-Kwang;Lee, Eun-Bang
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.115-119
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    • 2007
  • The system of civil security service is analyzed and reviewed in order to induce it to maritime security domain. A system of civil maritime guarder who provides security service and cooperates with coast guard at sea is proposed. It is expected not only that some expecters on the field of maritime security service are built up but that the Qualities of security services are improved in considering characteristics of sea control and coast guard.

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Marine Pollution Response for Oil-Spill Accident of a Sunken Vessel (침몰선의 기름유출사고에 대한 해양오염사고 대응)

  • Yoon, Joo-Yong;Kim, Yong-Kwan;Park, Jang-Bun;Tho, Jae-Man
    • Proceedings of KOSOMES biannual meeting
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    • pp.77-82
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    • 2007
  • 선박의 해난에 의한 해양오염사고 발생시, 해양경찰은 민관 방제세력의 동원 및 방제조치, 방제지원시스템을 운용 등을 통하여 신속하고 체계적인 방제전략을 수립 시행함으로써, 사고로 인한 해양환경 피해를 최소화하고 있다. 본 연구에서는 2006년 7월 전북 군산시 새만금방조제 인근 해상에서 침몰한 700톤급 준설선 GA-P1 호에 대한 선체인양 및 해양오염사고 처리 과정에서 방제지원시스템을 이용한 대응 사례이다.

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Collision Risk Analysis in Busan Harbour

  • Gug, Seung-Gi;Fukuda, Gen;Cho, A-Ra;Park, Hye-Ri
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.38 no.1
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    • pp.53-57
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    • 2014
  • This thesis, concentrates on marine collision risks of the area divided by cells. Using a gas molecular collision calculation model, a collision risk model is proposed. Collision risk is estimated by relative angle, relative speed, and ship's density in the cell. For one week, Automatic Identification System (AIS) data was collected and analyzed on the Busan North Port area. The results indicate a high-risk area at the sea route connection point in Busan North Port. It also shows that twilight is the time of day when most collisions occur. This means that the area is high risk due to the number of collisions and other dangerous factors related to twilight. Although there is still need to consider other risks such as grounding risks, the results of this study are useful to for plotting a risk map for the port.

A Study on Korea Coast Guard Intelligence Centered on legal and Institutional comparison to other organizations, domestic and international (해양경비안전본부 정보활동의 법적·제도적 측면의 문제점 분석 및 개선방안 연구)

  • Soon, Gil-Tae
    • Korean Security Journal
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    • no.44
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    • pp.85-116
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    • 2015
  • Found in 23 Dec 1953 to cope with illegal fishing of foreign ships and coastal guard duty, Korea Coast Guard was re-organized as an office under Ministry of Public Safety since the outbreak of sinking of passenger ship "Sewolho". In the course of re-organization, intelligence and investigation duty were transferred to Police Department except "Cases happened on the sea". But the definition of intelligence duty is vague and there are lots of disputes over the jurisdiction and range of activities. With this situation in consideration, the object of this study is to analyse legal and institutional characteristic of KCG Intelligence, to compare them to that of Police Department, foreign agencies like Japan Coast Guard and US Coast Guard, to expose the limit and to suggest solution. To summarize the conclusion, firstly, in the legal side, there is no legal basis on intelligence in [The Government Organization Act], no regulation for mission, weak basis in application act. Secondly, in the institutional side, stated in the minor chapter of [The Government Organization Act], 'the cases happened on sea' is a quite vague definition, while guard, safety, maritime pollution duty falls under 'on the sea' category, intelligence fell to 'Cases happened on the sea' causing coast guard duty and intelligence have different range. In addition, reduced organization and it's manpower led to ineffective intelligence activities. In the case of Police Department, there is definite lines on 'administration concerning public security' in [The Government Organization Act], specified the range of intelligence activities as 'collect, make and distribute information concerning public security' which made the range of main duty and intelligence identical. Japanese and US coast guards also have intelligence branch and performing activities appropriate for the main missions of the organizations. To have superiority in the regional sea, neighboring countries Japan and China are strengthening on maritime power, China has launched new coast guard bureau, Japan has given the coast guard officers to have police authority in the regional islands, and to support the objectives, specialized intelligence is organized and under development. To secure maritime sovereignty and enhance mission capability in maritime safety duty, it is strongly recommended that the KCG intelligence should have concrete legal basis, strengthen the organization and mission, reinforce manpower, and ensure specialized training administrative system.

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