Dissertation > Agricultural Sciences > Forestry > Forest management,forest measurement science, forest management > Nature Reserve

The Protection Planning of Zhengzhou Forest Park Based on the Public Participation and Ecological Suitability Assessment

Author JiaRuo
Tutor ZhouZhiXiang
School Huazhong Agricultural University
Course Ornamental Plants and Horticulture
Keywords Public Participation Ecological adaptability Conservation planning Forest Park
CLC S759.9
Type Master's thesis
Year 2011
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Urban Forest Park because of its unique natural landscape, excellent ecological environment and rich cultural resources and has a high tourism value, is an important eco-tourism zone type. But in recent years, over-development of tourism, many eco-tourism from the \Protection of tourism resources development planning for many forest parks are an important part of the planning, development and construction of forest parks play a guiding role. In this paper, public surveys and ecological suitability assessment method, the transformation of Zhengzhou City, Forest Park conservation planning has been studied in order to provide for the construction of the park's renovation basis. The results are as follows: (1) Landscape Status Zhengzhou Forest Park Zhengzhou Yellow River Forest Park District is, Present vegetation landscape is poor, with artificial mixed forest and pure forest, landscape resources is relatively good fifties Yellow River the locust control dune forest. Simple and boring overall landscape park status, the layout is unreasonable, a single forest, sparse ground cover plants, forest landscape ecology poor results. (2) Forest Park, Zhengzhou City, the transformation of public participation in conservation planning survey based Zhengzhou Forest Park Landscape situation and summarize the literature on the basis of selected indicators of this survey is divided into three parts: the basic information of respondents, the park landscape status evaluation, planning and construction of the transformation proposal. Through statistical analysis of survey results The main results are: 1. This survey with universal representation; 2. Respondents status evaluation of the park landscape is generally low; 3. Respondents generally agreed that the park renovation, Yellow River style of governance should be strengthened, with the status quo good landscape resources to protect and enhance eco-efficiency, reduce the development of commercial activities. 4 In addition to planning proposals, visitors also generally agreed that the park should strengthen management, service attitude is better and so on. (3) Forest Park Zhengzhou suitability assessment using GIS technology and mathematics combination method combines, for the actual situation of Zhengzhou City, Forest Park, evaluation factors selected to build evaluation index system. Application of multi-factor and single-factor weights superimposed combination of methods to get an evaluation unit for each ecological suitability evaluation value. In accordance with state regulations ecological suitability four classification criteria, using natural taxonomy generation in GIS ecological suitability classification map. Where an area of ??175345.1 m2, total area of ??5.8%; two area 2048769.4 m2, 68.3% of the total area; three 408020.4 m2, the total area of ??13.6%; four 368018.4 m2, 12.3% of the total area . (4) Forest Park, Zhengzhou City, the transformation of public opinion surveys Comprehensive Conservation Plan and Zhengzhou Forest Park suitability analysis results, combined with the park landscape resources present situation of Zhengzhou City, the transformation of forest park landscape conservation planning. Planning principles: protection and features native plants protection principles, principles of ecology and sustainable development priorities, people-oriented principle, the principle of harmonization; landscape structure: one, a ring, two belts, seven districts; planning points: focus on protecting existing Yellow OXBOW style, protection, strengthening the existing forest landscape, construction should pay attention to native species of forest landscape planning, protection and development of the waters.

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