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dc.contributor.author黃隆明zh_TW
dc.contributor.author林朝陽zh_TW
dc.contributor.author徐森彥zh_TW
dc.contributor.author陳文欣zh_TW
dc.contributor.authorLong-Ming Huangen_US
dc.contributor.authorChao-Yang Linen_US
dc.contributor.authorSen-Yen Hsuen_US
dc.contributor.authorWen-Hsin Chenen_US
dc.date2015-3zh_TW
dc.date.accessioned2015-11-10T06:36:11Z-
dc.date.available2015-11-10T06:36:11Z-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11455/88374-
dc.description.abstractRecently here in Taiwan, it is evident that the rural tribe development and regeneration have become the focal point of our government policies and implementations whereas the fact that disaster management strategy inevitably turns out to be another pressing issue especially for establishing rural tribe safety measure. In the past we all know management strategy for rural tribes is mostly following the footstep of management strategy dedicated to the planned units of the watershed by Soil and Water Conservation Bureau; nonetheless the issue concerning the management strategy of how to concurrently taking care of both the tribe safety as well as sustainable development has really developed into the most important topic confronting Taiwan rural tribes. Hence this thesis adopts the five indigenous tribes along Da An Creek in Ho Ping district, Taichung City as the subjects under survey. In addition, this thesis also establishes assessment models for rural tribe management strategy as result. And through 3S(Remote Sensing, Geographic Information System, Global Positioning System) technologies, this thesis manages to work in conjunction with the findings from onsite surveys in addition to abiding by the requirements from water and soil conservation as well as with rural regeneration development in mind, and proceeds to a comprehensive exploration. Thereby the assessment matrix for corresponding management strategy can be constructed which would match to the requirement of the assessment model dedicated to characteristics of each individual regional rural tribe. From the findings manifested by composite assessment efforts, one can be aware that within these 5 indigenous tribes, beside the management strategy for Shuan Chi tribe, they all need to be maintained and conserved. As for the rest tribes like Tao Shang, Da Guan, Shian Chuan and Chu Lin, they also require further enhancements and restorations. Findings in this research are expected not only to serve as the foundation for rural tribe operation and enhancement but also as future references for the architectural planning in the security networks of potential debris flow torrent.en_US
dc.description.abstract近年來台灣地區農村聚落發展與再生為政府施政之重點,而防災治理策略更是建立農村聚落安全,刻不容緩的工作;以往農村聚落之治理策略,多參照水土保持局以集水區為規劃單元之治理策略進行評估,然而,如何兼顧農村聚落安全及永續發展之治理策略,實為台灣農村聚落所面臨之重要課題。 本文以臺中市和平區大安溪沿岸5個原住民部落為調查對象,研提建立農村聚落治理策略之評估模式,研究中藉由3S(Remote Sensing、Geographic Information System、Global Positioning System)技術,配合現場實際調查,結合水土保持需求性與農村再生發展性綜合探討,擬定其治理策略之評估矩陣,建立符合個別區域農村聚落環境特性所需的評估模式。 經由綜合評估結果得知,5個原住民部落中除了雙崎部落之治理策略,需要維護保存外,其餘桃山、達觀、香川及竹林部落,則是需要改善修復;本研究所得成果,不但可提供農村聚落經營改善之依據,後續亦可作為土石流潛勢溪流安全防護網架構規劃之參考。zh_TW
dc.language.isozh_TWzh_TW
dc.relation水土保持學報, Volume 47, Issue 1, Page(s) 1273-1286.zh_TW
dc.subject3S技術zh_TW
dc.subject農村聚落zh_TW
dc.subject安全防護網zh_TW
dc.subject3S (Remote Sensing, Geographic Information System, Global Positioning System) technologiesen_US
dc.subjectRural Tribeen_US
dc.subjectSecurity Networksen_US
dc.titleExploration on the management strategy dedicated to rural tribesen_US
dc.title農村聚落治理策略之探討zh_TW
dc.typeJournal Articlezh_TW
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