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Research report > Biodiversity bullet 1 documents out of 57
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284     Management System of Root Environment for Closed Cu.. 2015-10-06
Category Research report > Biodiversity Hits 1036
Contents Development of a Management System of Root Environment for Closed Cultivation of Crops in Plant Factories 1. Summary Purpose of Research * The physico-chemical properties of root media seriously influence the growth and development of crops in a plant factory * The physico-chemical properties of root media vary depending on the type o..
283     Development of ecological restoration technologies u.. 2015-09-22
Category Research report > Biodiversity Hits 1133
Contents Development of ecological restoration technologies using soil seed bank, top-soil and wood waste biomass on construction sites 1. Summary Purpose of Research * Its country as of now is in the state that natural environments are damaged rapidly due to many kinds of constructions in the process of industrialization and useful natural resour..
282     Construction of Nature-friendly Energy Self-suffici.. 2015-09-22
Category Research report > Biodiversity Hits 1014
Contents Construction of Nature-friendly Energy Self-sufficiency System in Mountain Villages through the Efficient Use of Wood Resources 1. Summary Purpose of Research * The oil shock in the 1970s brought forth the issue of finding a new energy source to replace fossil fuels. * When Tokyo Protocol took effect in 2005, it brought the world’s att..
281     Development of Environmentally-friendly Control of .. 2015-09-18
Category Research report > Biodiversity Hits 1035
Contents Development of Environmentally-friendly Control of Burcucumber 1. Summary Purpose of and Need for Research Burcucumbers, which have been introduced into Korea since 1970, is an major invasive plant, decreasing native biodiversity and destroying landscape. There were very few reports in terms of physiological and ecological studies ab..
280     Development and Analysis of a Business Model for Sm.. 2015-09-17
Category Research report > Biodiversity Hits 1007
Contents Summary One of the various new renewable energy sources, woody biomass, can be procured and used almost anywhere in South Korea. However, it would be fair to conclude that this resource has yet to be used to its full potential. For South Korea, where forests cover 65% of the country’s surface, the use of woody biomass as a new renewabl..

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