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標題: The+Cognitions+of+People+on+Policy+of+Reforestation+in+Slope+Land+and+Afforestation+in+Lowland-A+Case+Study+on+Taichung+City
作者: Chen, Sing-Jyum
Yen, Tian-Ming
關鍵字: cognition;森林功能;forest function;reforestation in slope land;afforestation in lowland;山坡地造林;平地造林;造林獎勵政策
出版社: 臺中市: 國立中興大學農學院實驗林管理處
Project: 林業研究季刊, Volume 35, Issue 2, Page(s) 103-112.
The purposes of this study was to understand the cognitions of people on policy of reforestation in slope land and afforestation in lowland. The forest functions and policy issues were designed by questionnaire and were surveyed in Taichung city. A total of 399 valid questionnaires were obtained. The sort of importance of forest functions between slope land and lowland were examined by the Friedman method and Hollander-Wolfe test and the results appeared inconsistent between these two areas. The forest functions of 'conservation of soil' and 'conservation of water' showed most important in slope land; whereas, 'carbon sequestration' and 'conservation of water' revealed most important in lowland. However, we also found that most people can not understand the detail items of policy concerning reforestation and afforestation. The important and urgent degrees were measured and compared for reforestation in slope land and afforestation in lowland and showed reforestation in slope land had a high fraction in importance and urgency. Moreover, this study provided three alternatives for selecting as forest planting 20 years later. We found most people supported that 'government continues to reward but to avoid cutting' for slope land (69.8%); 'government continues to reward and to allow cutting' for lowland (44.1%).

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