생물환경조절학회지(구 시설원예ㆍ식물공장) Vol.31 No.2 (p.114-124)

새만금 내 동계 사료작물 재배에 따른 미세먼지 농도 변화 모니터링

Monitoring of Particulate Matter Concentration for Forage Crop Cultivation during Winter Season in Saemangeum
키워드 :
crop cultivation,field monitoring,particle matter,Saemangeum,winter forage crop

목차

Abstract
서 론
재료 및 방법
   1. 연구 대상지
   2. 연구방법
결과 및 고찰
   1. 풍환경 분석 결과
   2. 농작업 및 작물 생육 시기에 따른 미세먼지 농도 변화
결 론
적 요
사 사
Literature Cited

초록

The Saemangeum has a dry surface characteristic with a low moisture content ratio due to the saline and silt soil, so the vegetation cover is low compared to other areas. In areas with low vegetation cover, wind erosion has a high probability of scattering dust. If the vegetation cover is increased by cultivating crops that can withstand the Saemangeum reclaimed environment, scattering dust can be reduced by reducing the flow rate at the bottom. Thus, the purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of suppressing the generation of fine dust and scattering dust by cultivating winter forage crops on the Saemangeum reclaimed land. While growing 0.5 ha of barley and 0.5 ha of triticale in Saemangeum reclaimed land, the concentration of fine dust was monitored according to agricultural work and growth stage. Changes in the concentrations of PM-10, PM-2.5, and PM-1.0 were monitored on the leeward, the windward and centering on the crop field. As a result of monitoring, PM-1.0 had little effect on crop cultivation. the concentration of PM-10 and PM-2.5 increased according to tillage and harvesting, and tillage had a higher increasing the concentration of PM-10 and PM-2.5 than that of harvesting. According to the growth stage of crops, the effect of suppressing scattering dust was shown, and the effect of suppressing scattering dust was higher in the heading stage than in the seedling stage. So, it was found that there was an effect of suppressing scattering dust other than the effect of land covering. Through this study, it was possible to know about the generation and suppression effect of scattering dust according to crop cultivation.