Journal of the Korea Society of Environmental Restoration Technology | VOL. 16
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국립공원 구역 조정에 따른 환경·경제·사회적 파급효과 분석

Publication Date Dec 31, 2013

Abstract

As ten years have passed since national parks were adjusted and released inceptively, it is the time for evaluating the effectiveness of the national park policy and improving it on the basis of the evaluation result. In this study, the method of appraising the environmental and socio-economical ripple effect on the implementation of national park regulation were provided, based on the institutional consideration, the environment analysis, the survey of residents consciousness, the statistical analysis and so on. It is applied to target sites where were released from national parks, and the policy direction was suggested for sustainable use and management of national parks. National parks, that exhibit various characteristics depending on geographical and local conditions, were categorized through the statistical approach. Released sites from Seoraksan National park, where was categorized as the core national park for sustainable use and management, were evaluated environmentally based on the time-series analysis of environmental thematic maps and socio-economically based on the survey on residents perceptions. As a result of this study, the 50 홍현정.최현아.변병설.박용하  environmental effect of released sites has been declined or threatened, and the residents' economic, social and living condition in these areas are still not improved(p<0.05) since the adjustment of national parks. Based on the policy approach reflecting regio...

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Management Of National Parks National Park Seoraksan National Park Sustainable Use National Park Policy Use Of Parks Management Of Parks Institutional Consideration Sustainable Management Residents Perceptions

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