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Accessibility Analysis in Mapping Cultural Ecosystem Service of Namyangju-si

  • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Abbr : J EIA
  • 2018, 27(4), pp.367-377
  • Publisher : Korean Society Of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Research Area : Engineering > Environmental Engineering

전배석 1 WANMO KANG 2 Lee Jae-hyuck 1 김성훈 1 Kim, Byeori 3 Ilkwon Kim 1 이주은 1 Hyuksoo Kwon 1

1국립생태원
2청주대학교
3국립생태원 생태연구본부융합연구실

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ABSTRACT

A cultural ecosystem service(CES), which is non-material benefit that human gains from ecosystem, has been recently further recognized as gross national income increases. Previous researches proposed to quantify the value of CES, which still remains as a challenging issue today due to its social and cultural subjectivity. This study proposes new way of assessing CES which is called Cultural Service Opportunity Spectrum(CSOS). CSOS is accessibility based CES assessment methodology for regional scale and it is designed to be applicable for any regions in Korea for supporting decision making process. CSOS employed public spatial data which are road network and population density map. In addition, the results of ‘Rapid Assessment of Natural Assets’ implemented by National Institute of Ecology, Korea were used as a complementary data. CSOS was applied to Namyangju-si and the methodology resulted in revealing specific areas with great accessibility to ‘Natural Assets’ in the region. Based on the results, the advantages and limitations of the methodology were discussed with regard to weighting three main factors and in contrast to Scenic Quality model and Recreation model of InVEST which have been commonly used for assessing CES today due to its convenience today.

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