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Chung Cheong (Korea) Sea Grant

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Sea Grant Week 2010 International Symposium; Chung Cheong Action Plan and 2010 Activities

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Chung Cheong (Korea) Sea Grant

  1. 1. 2010 계획 ChungCheong SeaGrant Action Plan & 2010 Activities
  2. 2. Ⅳ. Coastal environment & ecosystem Ⅲ. ChungChung Coast Ⅱ. ChungChung SeaGrant Program Ⅰ. Korea SeaGrant Program Contents V. Coastal hazard and safety VI. Marine eco-tourism & Sports VII. Outreach & Education VIII. Future
  3. 3. I. Korea SeaGrant Program “Korea SGP” ‘2000 KSGP MOMAF ‘2005 YoungNam SG ‘2006 HoNam SG ‘2007 GyeongGi SG ‘2009 ChungChung SG JeJu SG GyeongBuk SG Contract : 2009.07.01 - 2013.12.31 GG CC HN JJ YN GB
  4. 4. EducationEducationResearchResearch OutreachOutreach - Current issues - State-in-art Science & Technology - Natural marine resources - Current issues - State-in-art Science & Technology - Natural marine resources - Networks communities & programs - Research through feedbacks - Transfer & education - Systematic management of data - Networks communities & programs - Research through feedbacks - Transfer & education - Systematic management of data - Marine Literacy : residents, K-12 : teachers & leaders - Future experts : (under)graduate - Publication series - Marine Literacy : residents, K-12 : teachers & leaders - Future experts : (under)graduate - Publication series Integrated Systematic Research, Outreach and EducationIntegrated Systematic Research, Outreach and Education Role of consultant for the preservation and sustainable development of coastal resources in the CC area Role of consultant for the preservation and sustainableRole of consultant for the preservation and sustainable development ofdevelopment of coastal resources in the CC area CommComm unitiesunities CCSGPCCSGP ResearResear --cherschers Vision & Mission
  5. 5. Program Strategy Education Local govern. officials Local entity Residents Marine Socio- economy Industry Research Policy • Teachers • Residents K-12 InternationalInternational Advice Extension Education Result Publications Open hearing Researcher MLTM KIMST MLTM KIMST Commu nication CCSG ResearchResearch • Undergraduate •Graduate Senior Advisory Council Program Steering Committee External panel Education Symposium Web-site Stakeholders -Residents -Graduate
  6. 6. CNU KJU KNU SCHUHSU KIG AM KIG AM CN FI CN FI KNPKNP DRMA PO DRMA PO CNDCND ASAS SSSS TATA HSHS BRBR SCSC HSHS HSHS HSHS University Institute L. Gov. SGSG GeoGeo Participitation & Collaborator Org. ion
  7. 7. Coastline 1,225 km (10% of South Korea) Macro tidal area (4~6m) Tidal flat 304 km2 (13%) Beaches (50), Bays, Tidal flat, Estuary, Islands (259) Submerged sand banks Tourism and recreational area (Scenic views and Pensions) Close to capital Seoul Center of seedings: fish, shrimp etc. (70%) Bank Nursery grounds : juvenile prawn, gizzard shad and black rockfish Shellfish production (30%)  Population : ~ 1million (220/km2)  GNP : ~15,000 US$ (2007)  Industrial Complexes : 16  Trading post & port : 7  Thermal Power plant : 5 III. Chungcheong Coast (Regional)
  8. 8. A B E C D III. Chungcheong Coast (Local)
  9. 9. A: Taean Coastal National Park : 34 beaches, Sand dunes, islands - Open coast to the Yellow Sea - Tourism and recreational area -Oil pollution sites (2007): nearly recovered now but we can find some oils in the sediments
  10. 10. Oct. 2009Sinduri beach Dec. 2007 Hebei spirit Crude oil 12,547 ㎘
  11. 11. Seawater in the intertidal zone From KORDI (2010)
  12. 12. Temporal and spatial variation of porewater TPH in the Mallipo beach From KORDI (2010)
  13. 13. B: Chunsu Bay : Nursery of shells, shrimp, fish etc. - Artificial dams for reclamation - Restricted circulation & occasional hypoxic due to large freshwater input
  14. 14. C: Asan Bay : Trading post, Thermal power plant, Industrial complex, Several artificial dams, Oil refineries - Severe ecosystem damage due to pollutants, industrial activities etc. - Ship passage & safety
  15. 15. D: Garolim Bay : Aquaculture at tidal flat and bay, Migratory birds -Expected site for the construction of tidal power plant
  16. 16. E : Seochun & Geum estuary : Wide tidal flat and sand beaches & estuarine area, ------ -Aquaculture at tidal flat, Trading post, Industrial complexes, -Thermal power plant, Geum River dyke  restricted circulation, high sedimentation at aquaculture area, Pollutants & Waste from land
  17. 17. Current Issues
  18. 18. IV. Coastal environment & Ecosystem Education Productivity In aquaculture Sediments Q. Fisheries Chunsu Bay 2009.7-2011 1. Environment & Ecosystem effects by the discharge of eutrophicated freshwaters from artificial dams 2. Policy for sustainable use of aquacultural area Freshwater Submarine geomorphology Plankton Benthic org Hypoxic Hydrodynamic LocalLocal GovernmentsGovernments Outreach Water quality CCSGCCSG <Estimation of environmental & ecosystem change & Sustainable use of aquacultural area in the Chunsu Bay>
  19. 19. Out & Edu Sediment Q. Phyto & Zoo ADCP IGBEM 2011-2013 1. Hypoxic alarm system 2. Management plans for hypoxic in the Chunsu Bay Eutrophication Water Q. Nutrients Hydrodynamic KOEMKOEM CCSGCCSG <Management plans with ecosystem modeling for hypoxic and eutrophication in the Chunsu Bay> Plankton Sediments In-situ monitoring
  20. 20. Occasional discharge of eutrophicated freshwaters from artificial lakes in summer Water quality data Chunsu Bay Possibilities 1. Red tide 2. Hypoxia by input of freshwater 3. High organic matter sediments
  21. 21. Effects on the water quality by freshwater discharge in Chunsu Bay (July 2010) 1. Method: water quality investigation before and after the discharge ADCP mooring for one-month 2. Content : CTD measurements & Modelling 3. Results : Salinity, DO, Chlorophyll before & after the discharge Chlorophyll Salinity D.O. Min : 25.9 Max : 31.3 Max : 7.2 ppm Min : 3.8 ppm Max : 8.1 μg/L Salinity D.O. Chlorophyll Min : 13.9 Max : 30.7 Max : 13.8 ppm Min : 2.9 ppm Max : 57.6 μg/L Before (2010. 7. 13) After (2010. 7. 26)
  22. 22. Plankton 1. Method : Seasonal and summer investigation 2. Parameters : Water quality, Chlorophyll, Zooplankton 3. Results : Seasonal variation of zooplankton abundance Year / Month Abundance (indiv./m3) 09/11 1,065 ~ 4,156 10/2 826 ~ 1,244 10/5 5,911 ~ 8,440 10/6 837 ~ 4,644 10/7 21,731 ~ 53,891 Abundance
  23. 23. Effects on the sediment quality (AVS) by freshwater discharge in Chunsu Bay (June, Aug 2010) Before (2010. 6. 20-24) After (2010. 8. 5-10)
  24. 24. V. Coastal hazard & safety 1. Contents Regional & long-term observation and monitoring & model An example area : Asan Bay that has long history of coastal development & Taean Changri sand dune
  25. 25. Mechanistic analysis through systematic & long-term observation in Asan Bay Identify the cause of beach erosion and damage reduction plan in Taean sand dune Wave, TideCCSG & KCNP 2010-2012Numerical modeling Sediment T. Modelling ADCP Asan BayAsan Bay TaeanTaean Plankton
  26. 26. VI. Marine tourism 1. Improvement of several eco-tourism experience programs (Gatbul, Doksal, etc.) 2. Yacht school operation with local government & analysis for public needs and cognition
  27. 27. VII. Outreach & Education  Graduate - Involved in the CCSG supported research projects  Undergraduate - On-site research-education connection program - Research experience program (summer camp) - SeaGrant circle activities for marine literacy and licenses, and their job catching - Cleaning beach, Experiences in a sea village, Investigation of natural resources  K-12 - Summer camp and marine activities - Development and publication of marine education program for K-12 & public - Laboratory experience program for middle & high school students (mentoring and communication with Seagrant group)
  28. 28. VII. Outreach & Education  Teachers and resource managers - Training for marine sciences, environmental literacy and policy - Inspection and explanatory meeting for current issues  Web-site (WWW.ccseagrant.org) - Information - On-line submission and learning materials - Research products  Publication - Guide book series for natural resources of CCSG area - Audio/video production - Biennial research reports
  29. 29. VIII. Future
  30. 30. Keep the coastal resources by science Thank you for your attention Man Sik, Choi Director Mun Jin, Park Education Manager Soo Cheol, Park Research Manager Tae Won, Lee Outreach Manager Hyun Hee, Park Education Ah Mi, Woo Finantial

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