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A Study for the Foot-and-mouth Disease Burial Site Monitoring Well Installation Guideline

  • Crisisonomy
  • Abbr : KRCEM
  • 2013, 9(11), pp.221-238
  • Publisher : Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Praxis
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Policy > Public Policy in general

전상미 1 Park,Jae-Hyeon 1 Park, Chang-kun 2

1인제대학교
2관동대학교

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ABSTRACT

Between January 2010 and March 2011, Foot-and-mouth disease was occurred in the whole country; about 3.5 million livestock were destroyed which the burial site reaches more than 4,600 places. In this study the present state of burial site(locaional characteristics of burial site, vulnerability, existence of mositoring well etc.) by types was analyzed and establish the GIS Database was established so as to solve the livestock burial site problem accurs on a large scale. 143 burial sites were selected as a sample surbey and performed a field inestigation. As well as to prevent secondary environmental pollution(groundwater pollution and river pollution etc.) by leachate, the monitoring well installation guideline was proposed and apply to sample survey sites. The results show that 11% of the whloe burial sites(based on 4216 sited locations) are installed on the mountain, 17% are beside the river and 72% are on the plain site. Only 32.7% of the survey sites have a monitering well. As the results of applying such the monitoring well installation guideline to the sample surbey 143 sites, more than 39 sites were installed without relating with groundwater flow or lacked of monitering well number and only 27 sites are appropriate for the monitoring well installation guideline(monitering well location , numbers etc.).

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