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漢拏山 植物의 垂直分布

The vertical distribution of the vegetation on Mt. Hanla

한국식물학회지 1969년 12권 4호 p.19 ~ 29
차종환,
소속 상세정보
차종환 (  ) - 동국대학교

Abstract


This study investigated the vertical distribution of the vegetation in Mt. Hanla of Quelpart Island from 1967 to 1969.
According to the physiognomy and life form of plants, the following plant communities are observed and arranged tentatively from the foot to the top.
A. North-facing slope.
(1) Grass land(0∼600m) (2)Deciduous broad-leaved forest(600∼1200m) (3) Mixed forest(broad and needle leaved forest :1200∼1300m) (4) Evergreen coniferous forest(1300∼1700m) (5) Scrub communities(1700∼1950m)
B. South-facing slope.
(1) Grass land(0~700) (2) Deciduous broad-leaved forest(700~1300m) (3) Mixed forest(1300~1500m) (4) Eyergreen coniferous forest(1500~1800m) (5) Scrub communities(1800∼1950m)
C. East-facing slope.
(1) Grass land(0∼650m) (2) Deciduous broad-leaved forest(650∼1300m) (3) Mixed forest(1300∼1550m) (4) Evergreen coniferous forest(1550∼1850m) (5) Scrub communities(1850∼1950m)
D. West-facing slope.
(1) Grass land(0∼650) (2) Deciduous broad-leaved forest(650∼1400m) (3) Mixed forest(1400∼1500m) (4) Eergreen coniferous forest(1500∼1750m) (5) Scrub communities(1750∼1950m)
The relation of the geological map and vegetation are as follows:
(1) In the region of lava of Mt. Hanla are mainly distributed deciduous broadleaved forest.
(2) In the region of Mt. Hanla are mainly distributed scrub.
(3) In the region of lava of Gogun-san are involved deciduous broad-leaved forest, scrub and grass land of Gaimi-Dung.

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