Kim Yong-Shik

Kim Yong-Shik
Yeungnam University · Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD

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Introduction
Kim Yong-Shik currently works at the Department of Landscape Architecture, Yeungnam University. Kim does research in Ethnobotany and Ecology. Their current project is 'Conservation'.

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The history of the first «Korean Garden» design, development and establishment within the Irkutsk State University Botanic Garden in the harsh climatic conditions of Baikalian Siberia is described. The peculiarities of the selection of plants and landscape arrangements represent this garden as a unique ethnobotanical object – the cultural and natur...
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Описана история разработки и создания первого в России «Корейского сада» на базе университетского Иркутского ботанического сада в суровых климатических условиях Байкальской Сибири. Особенности выбора растений и ландшафтной специфики представляют этот сад как уникальный этноботанический объект - культурное и природное наследие Кореи, экологический и...
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The history of the first «Korean Garden» design, development and establishment within the Irkutsk State University Botanic Garden in the harsh climatic conditions of Baikalian Siberia is described. The peculiarities of the selection of plants and landscape arrangements represent this garden as a unique ethnobotanical object - the cultural and natur...
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The report provides a graphical analysis of the growth trends of the world botanic gardens number, their historical development as multi-purpose and interdisciplinary ecological resources linking botanical, general biological and sociocultural aspects of their ongoing transformation. The authors, based on their own experience and examples of best p...
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Kuzevanov V.Y., Ponomarev A.V., Kalyuzhny S.S., Kim Yong-Shik. Ethnobotanic gardens and zoobotanical collections as global world trends. The report provides a graphical analysis of the growth trends of the world botanic gardens number, their historical development as multipurpose and interdisciplinary ecological resources linking botanical, general...
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This paper investigates public preferences for biodiversity conservation in Vietnam’s Tam Dao National Park by emphasizing the conservation of ecosystems and the protection of the endemic species Opisthotropis tamdaoensis (Tam Dao stream snake). A contingent valuation survey was conducted using face-to-face interviews with 250 residents in Hanoi. A...
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Reforestation programs should be supported by adequate forest nursery techniques. Seedlings used for reforestation programs in Indonesia were based on the height of seedlings ready to be planted in the field without basic knowledge of seedling morphology. White jabon (Anthocephalus cadamba [Roxb.] Miq.), a potentially fast-growing multipurpose tree...
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The present study was to survey the site environment, vegetation structure and soil characteristics in the wild habitats of Wikstroemia ganpi in Goheung, Busan and Ulsan, and offers basic information for habitat conservation and restoration. Most of the wild habitats were located at altitudes between 28~242m with inclinations ranged as 0~40°. The c...
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The populations of Pinus densiflora in South Korea were grouped into 4 types; Community of Pinus densiflora-Quercus serrata, Community of Pinus densiflora-Quercus mongolica, Community of Pinus densiflora-Fraxinus sieboldiana & Rhus javanica & Quercus mongolica and Community of Pinus densiflora-Prunus sargentii & Rhododendron mucronulatum. The Shann...
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This study was carried out to investigate the soil characteristics and propose the management for the Monument Beobsoo Marsh, Korea. The soil properties of O.M, , and CEC were higher and the soil properties of and were lower the studied sites than other marsh sites in Korea. Although the Heavy metals such as Pb, Hg, Cd, Cu, Zn, Cr and As were lower...
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The present study is to phytosociologically compare two swamps of Daepyeongnup Swamp (DPS) where designated as Natural Monument No 346 in 1984 and Jilnalnup Swamp (JNS), where out of legal protection at present, in Haman-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do Province, a home of the swamp in the Korean peninsula. The obtained results are summarized in the follows....
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The purpose of this study is to present rare and endangered plant species exterminated by thoughtless development and gathering after investigating the flora of vascular plants in Hyangro-Bong and Mt. Gyeonbong-San designated as the natural protection zone, and to suggest the basic data for plant resources and trees conservation. The results of the...
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The endangered herb Kirengeshoma palmata, from eastern Asia, has had its population severely reduced in number through habitat loss and fragmentation. All of the individuals within five subgroups at Mt. Baek-un-san, in the southern part of Korea, were genetically surveyed by allozyme analysis. Genetic diversity levels within subgroups were relative...
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The flora was summarized as 195 taxa; 73 families, 138 genera, 168 species, 23 varieties and 4 forms in Jangsoo-ri windbreak forest and 151 taxa; 63 families, 118 genera, 131 species, 18 varieties and 2 forms in Pyeongsa-ri windbreak forest. Based on the list of the rare plants by the Forest Research Institute, 3 taxa and based on the list of Korea...
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Korea is a land of contrasts. The mountainous Korean peninsula arches north and northwest towards the Russian and Chinese borders, where the last areas of old growth coniferous forest and the land formed five forest types. Plant and habitat diversity in Korea has been largely damaged by various kinds of human activities. The plant diversity of Kore...
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, was assessed using starch gel electrophoresis. Although A. distichum maintained relatively high genetic diversity probably due to floral heteromorphism and preferred outcrossing, their genetic variation, where small effective size of population and genetic drift are of utmost importance, was lower than the other outbreeding plants. The calculated...
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The conservation status of Abeliophyllum distichum Nakai (Oleaceae) is reviewed.
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Many wild Korean plant species have become endangered mainly due to human activities, and particularly the Korean war in the early 1950's, as well as by the rapid industralization in the 1960's. Other major threats come as a result of human impacts, such as the mass illegal collections in the wild for medicinal or ornamental purposes and habitat di...

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