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Subject   [자료] 토지이용 유형에 따른 포유류 로드킬 발생 특성
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한국조경학회지 34(5): 52~58, 2006. 12
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture

토지이용 유형에 따른 포유류 로드킬 발생 특성

최태영*, 박종화**

*서울대학교 환경계획연구소, **서울대학교 환경대학원


Wildlife roadkill is a serious problem for road planners and biologists concerned with traffic safety, species conservation, and animal welfare. The objective of this paper was to analyse the effect of land use on the frequency of mammal roadkills. This study took part in three steps. First, data for 1,279 road kills of nine species were collected by survey over 26 months on 107 km of roads near the Mt. Jirisan area. Second, the type of land use near the raodkill points was analyzed, and the area of each land use within 300m of the road was calculated using GIS. Finally, the question of whether the land use affects the frequency of mammal roadkills was analyzed by determiing the density of roadkill occurrences for each land-use type. The results of the study were as follows. First, the roadkill density of all species was highest near grasslands, especially natural grasslands. Second, when comparing forests and rice fields, roadkill densities of the Eurasian red squirrel, Siberian chipmunk and Korean hare were higher near the forests, while the densities of the raccoon dog, water deer and leopard cat were higher near rice fields. The results of this study could be an essential information source for mitigating the roadkill problem in Korea.
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