한강 수계 청평호의 저서성 대형무척추동물 군집 구조 모니터링 및 수환경 평가

천승필1, 전영철2, 권순직2, 김명철3, 박혜경4, 공동수4, 원두희2
Seung-Phil CHUN1, Yung-Chul JUN2, Soon-Jik KWON2, Myoung-Chul KIM3, Hye-Kyeong PARK4, Dong-Soo KONG4, Doo-Hee WON2
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1고려대학교 환경생태공학과
2(주)생태조사단 부설 두회자연환경연구소
4국립환경과학원 한강물환경연구소
1Department of Environmental Science and Ecological Engineering, Korea University
2Doohee Institute of Ecological Research, Korea Ecosystem Service Inc.
3Institute of Nature and Environment Conservation, SOKN
4Han River Environment Research Center,National Institute of Environmental Research

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Published Online: Sep 30, 2009


A series of ecological monitoring surveys was conducted to examine the characteristics of benthic macroinvertebrate community and evaluate the water conditions for lake Chung-Pyoung from August 2008 to April 2009. The benthic macroinvertebrate taxa represented total 84 species belonging to 52 families, 18 orders, 7 classes, 4 phyla from the qualitative and quantitative sampling. Among these, a total of 67 aquatic insect species(about 82%) were comprised of the major groups in all communities. The relative abundance of Ephemeroptera, Trichoptera, Odonata and Mollusca was 20%, 16%, 16% and 13%, respectively. According to the results, Chironomids were major dominant taxa. The primary dominant species was Chironomidae sp.1(92.18~23.28%) followed by Chironomidae sp.6 (65.52~46.69%), Parafossarulus manchouricus(61.29%), Limnodrilus gotoi(47.83%), Ecdyonurus levis(47.27%), Tanypodinae sp.(45.51%). The average values of dominant index(DI), diversity index(H'), evenness index(J'), and species richness index(R1) were 0.78(±0.13), 1.63(±0.62), 0.64 (±0.20), and 1.35(±0.52), respectively. The water quality of all the sites was oligosaprobic in average.

Keywords: ecological monitoring; benthic macroinvertebrates; lake Chung-Pyoung; evenness