Checklist of vascular plant on Algific talus slopes in South Korea
Latest version published by Biodiversity Data Journal on 18 April 2024 Biodiversity Data Journal

This is a list of plants in South Korea

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The data in this checklist resource has been published as a Darwin Core Archive (DwC-A), which is a standardized format for sharing biodiversity data as a set of one or more data tables. The core data table contains 1,052 records.

1 extension data tables also exist. An extension record supplies extra information about a core record. The number of records in each extension data table is illustrated below.

  • Taxon (core)
    1052
  • Occurrence 
    4433

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Keywords

Checklist; Inventoryregional

Contacts

Who created the resource:

Jong-Won Lee
Post-Doctor
Korea National Arboretum
916-70 Punchbowl-ro, Haean-myeon
24564 Yanggu-gun
Gangwon-do
KR
+821048957323

Who can answer questions about the resource:

Jong-Bin An
Researsher
Korea National Arboretum
916-70 Punchbowl-ro, Haean-myeon
24564 Yanggu-gun
Gangwon-do
KR
+821036188688

Who filled in the metadata:

Jong-Won Lee
Post-Doctor
Korea National Arboretum
916-70 Punchbowl-ro, Haean-myeon
24564 Yanggu-gun
Gangwon-do
KR
+821048957323

Who else was associated with the resource:

User
Jong-Won Lee
Post-Doctor
Korea National Arboretum
Geographic Coverage

South Korea

Bounding Coordinates South West [32.99, 124.541], North East [38.531, 130.1]
Project Data

In order to start the OECMs (Other Effective Area-based Conservation Measures) recommended by IUCN, the Korea National Arboretum Forest Genetic Resources Protected Area team includes a plant distribution resource survey as a target designated as a wind hole that has been studied as suitable for OECMs.

Title The research of biodiversity conservation and management for forest genetic resources protected area of Korea
Identifier Jong Bin An
Funding Korea Forest Service
Study Area Description The wind cave has a steep slope, and old bedrock such as the Cretaceous layer of the Mesozoic Era is exposed behind it, and it is widely developed at the end of the mountain foot, which is the point where the mountain and the flat land meet. Also, wind holes appear mainly in northwest and northern slopes in terms of direction, where insolation is low and there is little variation in temperature. In particular, it develops in scree, rock formations, and rock formations created by the deposition of debris on slopes through the topographical development process in the glacier environment during the Pleistocene glacial period. In addition, wind holes are wind holes, rock crevices, or natural caves where cold air comes out or ice freezes in summer and warm wind blows in winter. The phenomenon appears locally.
Design Description A wind hole is an island refuge where northern plants, polar and alpine plants, etc., which moved south to avoid the cold of the north during the last glacial epoch, are adapted to and isolated from the cold and dry local climatic environment of the wind hole during the process of vegetation transition and migration during the interglacial period. (insular refugia). Many northern plants, which are vulnerable to climate warming, grow naturally in these wind holes, and in particular, Vaccinium vitis-idaea, which is found mainly in the subalpine zone in South Korea, grows in wind holes with relatively low altitudes on the vertical distribution of plants in the Korean Peninsula.

The personnel involved in the project:

Sampling Methods

Over several years, we collected plants that could be sampled by season.

Study Extent Plant distribution characteristics can be identified according to the type and region of air hole.

Method step description:

  1. Increased the taxonomic scope to listen to taxon experts.
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