경상남도 농경지에서 멧돼지에 의한 피해 경향 분석

Title
경상남도 농경지에서 멧돼지에 의한 피해 경향 분석
Other Titles
An Analysis on Aspects of Farm Lands Damaged by the Wild Boar (Sus scrofa) in Gyeongnam Province, Korea
Author(s)
장갑수김슬옹권관익김태수고현서
Keywords
Wild boar; Farm land damage; Spatial analysis; Wildlife management.
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
한국환경복원기술학회
Citation
한국환경복원기술학회지, v.17, no.6, pp.17 - 27
Abstract
Wild boars are one of the major wild life animals of which the number has increased a lot because there has been any predator and/or competitor in the Korean ecosystem. The increase of their number was a cause damaging crops in farm lands during the growing season in South Korea. This study was done to recognize the spatial pattern of farm lands damaged by wild boars. Totally 2,342 farms were known damaged by wild boars in 2012, and used to statistically analyze the perspectives of the farm land damages by wild boars in ArcMap v. 9.3. Damages by wild boars frequently happened in the western part of Gyeongnam Province including Jinju city, Tongyoung city and Namhae county. Most farm lands damaged were located nearby large mountains in this area. It might cause the number of wild boars increased in this area, which could finally stimulate the increase of farm land damaged by the species. Farm land damages by wild boars were also coincident with the preference of wild boars on their food. They preferred crops (e.g., sweet potato and corn) in uplands and rice paddies and orchards. The reason of their preference on rice, upland crops and fruits was related to the efficiency of their getting much more energy in a unit area. Another reason for the species to come into a rice paddy would be that they enjoy mud bath in there for scraping off parasites such as ticks and lice. Wild boars were seemed much overcrowded during the period from July to October when most of crops and fruits get ripen. About three-quarters of total farm land damages happened in this period. This analysis also said that 1,915 fields (81.8% of total targets) appeared within the 100-meter buffer from boundaries of mountain areas. This meant that wild boars were more sensitive to the anthropogenic land uses than we expected. They seemed to conservatively try their feeding activities in farm lands with paying attention to the human activity.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30240http://dx.doi.org/10.13087/kosert.2014.17.6.17
ISSN
1229-3032
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