한국환경과학회지 제31권 제7호 (p.579-592)

생태복원 사업에서의 식재 설계에 관한 인식 조사

Ecological Restoration Planting Design Awareness Survey
키워드 :
Planting density,Sapling,Tree size,Native species,Plant selection,Weed control

목차

Abstract
1. 서 론
2. 연구 도구 및 방법
   2.1. 설문지 개발
   2.2. 연구 내용 및 방법
3. 연구 결과 및 고찰
   3.1. 생태복원과 공원.녹지의 식재 설계에 관한인식
   3.2. 식재 설계 시 식재 수종 선정 방법
   3.3. 식재 설계 시 식물의 적정 규격
   3.4. 식재 밀도 적용 방법
   3.5. 자생수종 사용
   3.6. 기후대 및 토양 환경 고려 방법
   3.7. 잡초 발생 제어 방법
   3.8. 논의
4. 결 론
감사의 글
REFERENCES

초록

Much controversy has been generated over whether the ecological restoration project in Korea is faithful to the basic approach of ecological restoration compared to projects aimed at creating parks or green spaces. This study was aimed at understanding the level of awareness of practitioners in the planting design method, which is recognized as relatively important in landscape architecture and ecological restoration. The proficiency of practitioners in planting design techniques for ecological restoration projects was investigated and analyzed in seven areas: overall planting design awareness, plant species selection method, planting tree sizes, planting density, use of native species, vegetation climatic zone, soil environment, and weed control. There was no statistically significant difference between the group who thought they were experts in the field of ecological restoration and the group who thought they were experts in the field of parks and green spaces. Moreover, there was no statistically significant difference between the degree of work performance, that is, the group whose main industry was ecological restoration, the group that performed relatively more ecological restoration work, and the group that rarely performed it. Therefore, to apply desirable ecological restoration techniques in the future and to clearly differentiate between the approach in the field of parks and green spaces, the appropriate tree size or planting density selected in the ecological restoration planting design stage must be chosen. To this end, the awareness of expert groups must be improved and related laws, systems, and guidelines must be revised.