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Research on the Urban Green Space Connection Paths forthe Enhancement of Ecological Function – Focused on Suwon –

  • Journal of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Abbr : J EIA
  • 2022, 31(4), pp.201-213
  • Publisher : Korean Society Of Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Research Area : Engineering > Environmental Engineering
  • Received : March 25, 2022
  • Accepted : June 23, 2022
  • Published : August 28, 2022

jaeyeon choi 1 KIM SU RYEON 1 Park Chan 1 Song, Wonkyong 2 Jung, Kyung-Min 3 Kim, Eun-Young 3

1서울시립대학교
2단국대학교
3수원시정연구원

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ABSTRACT

Creation and administration of green space are emphasized to solve the environmental problem and the management of green space in urban area. Urban area with high development pressure faces green space fragmentation, so the planned approach is needed to improve the continuity of green space. However, the current institutional green axis, used to enhance continuity of urban space is merely an abstract concept under the master plan so that is not a consistent framework for urban green continuity providing no detailed information such as position and path. Therefore, in order to consistently manage green space in continuous point of view, it is insufficient not being connected to each individual green space development projects. This study proposes a method for finding the connection path to enhance urban green space continuity. This proposed method consists of two phases. First phase is finding nodes to connect current green space and second is to calculate the least cost path. We calculate connection cost using NDMI (Normalized Difference Moisture Index), impervious ratio and official land cost, applying to Suwon city and potential greening site that was planned in official master plan. According to the results, we confirm a possibility of finding a cost-effective connection path with detailed spatial information instead of unrealistic abstract concepts and discuss worth applying to a legally plan and policy.

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