해안가 주변부에 서식하는 멸종위기종 맹꽁이(Kaloulaborealis)서식지 분석 연구

안치경 1
Chi-Kyung AN 1
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1서울여자대학교 대학원 생물학과
1Department of Biology, Seoul Women's University, Seoul 139-774, Korea

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Published Online: Dec 31, 2012


Narrow mouthed Toad (Kaloula borealis) population live in Getgol ecology park and Getgol ecology park on the fringe, Siheung investigated that physical environment from July 2011 to October 2011. The methods that water temperature, pH, salinity measured on water environment around spawning grounds and habitats. Also, the data arranged and recorded. Supplementally, Incheon meteorological data were obtained to the temperature. The result of measurement to average value of water quality were similar DO with pH. But salinity of Getgol ecology park researched to 1.06‰ higher than inside of research site. also water temperature of inside of research site researched to 5.1℃ higher than average value. As a result, when we compare with inland regions, In the inland regions confirmed similar before surveyed data value on reference and book of Korean flora. But water temperature found temporarily sudden increase because lack of water quantity to part of time on July survey. In addition salinity investigation found sudden increase after september on habitats in Getgol ecology park. But we found that Kaloula borealis had strong tolerance due to the bottom of the stone in research site. The effect of this research considered that restoration area and replacement area where newly creative area should be apply to subject species that Kaloula borealis when it live around coastal area that can be possible to apply about restoration and replacement area or wetland creative area for conservation through physical environment survey of Kaloula borealis of spawning grounds and habitats.

Keywords: Kaloulaborealis; watertemperature; pH; salinity; DO; restoration