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This study, which was conducted from Apr. 2013 to Jan. 2014, was carried out as part of a project
of making a more detailed ecological zoning map with 1/5,000 scale. The necessity of electronic vegetation map
with large scale has arisen in order to make the best use of basic research findings on resource monitoring of
National Parks and to enhance efficiency in National Park management. In order to improve accuracy and
speed of vegetation research process, the data base for vegetation research was categorized into five groups,
namely broad-leaved forest, coniferous forest, mixed forest, rock vegetation and miscellaneous one. And then
a vegetation map for vegetation research was created for the research on the site.
What is in the database for vegetation research and the vegetation map reflecting findings from vegetation
research showed similar distribution rate for broad-leaved forest with 71.965% and 71.184%, respectively.
The distribution rate of coniferous forest (16.010%, 15.747%), mixed forest (10.619%, 12.085%), and rock
vegetation (0.015%, 0.002%) did not have much difference. In a detailed vegetation map reflecting vegetation
research findings, the broad-leaved mountain forest was the most widely distributed with 60.096% based on
the physiognomy classification. It was followed by mountain coniferous forest (16.332%), mountain valley
forest (15.887%), and plantation forest (3.558%)
As for vegetation conservation classification evaluated in the national park, grade I and grade II areas took
up 200.44 km2, 61.80% and 108.80 km2, 33.55% respectively. The combined area of these two amounts to
95.35%, making this area the first grade area in ecological nature status. This means that this area is highly
worth preserving its vegetation.
The high rate of gradeⅠarea such as climax forests, unique vegetation, and subalpine vegetation seems to
be attributable to diverse innate characteristics of Odaesan National Park, high altitude, low level of artificial
disturbance, the subalpine zone formed on the ridge of the mountain top, and their vegetation formation, which
reflects climatic and geological characteristics, despite continuous disturbance by mountain climbing.