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제주도 지역의 기후특성을 고려한 해양레포츠 활성화방안

Title
제주도 지역의 기후특성을 고려한 해양레포츠 활성화방안
Author(s)
양영철
Publication Year
2005
Publisher
한국해양대학교 대학원
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http://kmou.dcollection.net/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000002175802
http://repository.kmou.ac.kr/handle/2014.oak/10116
Abstract
To draw the revitalization plans of ocean leisure sports of Jei-ju which fit to it's geographical conditions and climatic characteristics, this study has compared five other regions' climatic conditions and suggests followings divided into northern Jei-ju and southern Jei-ju according to their characteristics.



1) The climatic difference of northern Jei-ju and southern Jei-ju from Busan, Tongyeong and Wando

The average temperatures of Northern and southern Jei-ju are higher than Busan, Tongyeong and Wando. This means that Jei-ju is the best place for ocean leisure sports in climatic respect.

Jei-ju, which belongs to a semitropical climate and is surrounded by the sea, is affected by Kurosia warm current flowing from southwest all the year - round and the change of temperature between day and night is less than the land because of the influence of oceanic climate. It is considered Jei-ju has good conditions to enjoy ocean leisure sports.



2) The suitable ocean leisure sports in northern Jei-ju and southern Jei-ju climate characteristics

The ocean leisure sports in northern Jei-ju is considered 'yacht', 'windsurfing' and so on which use the wind and in southern Jei-ju is 'scuba-diving' and 'snorkeling' because of it's warm temperature, also 'water-skiing' and 'personal watercraft‘ which gives the pleasure of the speed on the water surface.



3) The revitalization plan of ocean leisure sports of Jei-ju

To develop ocean leisure sports of Jei-ju, It is needed to diversify ocean leisure sports items like Busan, Tongyeong and Wando, similar to the climate of Jei-ju, and establish sports facilities considering each area's climatic conditions.
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