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A Study on Forest Conservation Charge Applying the Concept of Complete Restoration

SONG Ha Seung 1 이길용 1 전은선 1

1국토연구원

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ABSTRACT

The importance of forest functions has been increasing due to climate change, but current forest management system is limited to reflect it. Particularly, identical amounts of ‘Expenses Incurred in Creating Forest Replacement Resources’ are charged to every single forests regardless of its forest functions. This study suggests ‘Forest Conservation Charge’ applying a concept of ‘complete restoration’ of forest functions. The charge is calculated by using ‘public benefit magnification table’ and ‘location coefficient’ which are derived from characteristics of forest physiognomy and location. A case study shows that different amounts of the charge are imposed on every single forests according to its characteristics. For instance, the charge for complete restoration would be incurred in a forest with the highest public function three times more than with the lowest.

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