Analysis of Factors which Determine Atmosphere and Scenic Desirability in Forests for College Students
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- ダイガクセイ オ タイショウ ト シタ シンショウ ヒョウカ ニ ヨル シンリン ナイ ノ フンイキ ト ケイカン ノ コノマシサ オ ケッテイ スル インシ ノ カイセキ
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The factors which determined the atmosphere and the scenic desirability in the forest were studied by image evaluation method for university students. The objects were 300, 120 and 15-years old deciduous broad-leaved forests and a 90-years old coniferous forest in the Gifu University Forest, in central Japan. The questionnaire survey with "like and dislike" scale was carried out to investigate the scenic desirability. As a result, a partial correlation analysis for the questionnaire of desirability showed that the scenic desirability was determined by shape of trees, in deciduous broad-leaved forests.
- Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture
Journal of The Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture 67 (5), 611-614, 2004
Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture