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Terrain Proxy-Based Site Classification for Seismic Zonation in North Korea within a Geospatial Data-Driven Workflow

Countless seismic tasks take place in North Korea. It is difficult to execute seismic danger assessment and get zonal data in the Korean Peninsula, consisting of North Korea, when applying parametric or nonparametric methods. Furthermore, geospatial grid information having terrain attributes and the average shear wave velocity in the top 30 m of the subsurface are employed utilizing geostatistical interpolation techniques; machine learning -based regression versions were maximized and VS ₃₀-based seismic zonation in the examination areas in North Korea were anticipated. The affiliations in between VS ₃₀ and surface proxy in the training location in South Korea were confirmed to define the input layer in regression designs. After that, DTM and its terrain features were constructed together with VS ₃₀ maps for three major cities in North Korea. A similar circulation of the VS ₃₀ grid acquired using SGS was displayed in the multilayer perceptron-based VS ₃₀ map.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7371359


Testing and Validating the Suitability of Geospatially Informed Proxies on Land Tenure in North Korea for Korean (Re-)Unification

When it comes to clarifying unknown land tenure connections and land administration setups, the main difficulty is the lack of adequate and full details. Deriving useful land period connections from geospatial information in accordance with socio-economic land features is presently one of the most cutting-edge strategy. We disclosed differences in the distributions of contracts associating with land possession and land transfer rights identification amongst researchers, politicians, and stakeholders. Moreover, we had the ability to determine innate, contextual, representational, and ease of access qualities of information high quality concerning the organizations between earth observation information and land period relations in North Korea from a variety of various viewpoints. This paper uses valuable understandings into new methods for validating viability of EO data proxies in the land administration domain name off the dependence on traditional techniques formed and tailored to the specific artefacts and guidelines of the remote sensing community.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7336436


South Koreans’ perspective on assisting the power supply to North Korea: Evidence from a contingent valuation

Korea is the only divided nation worldwide. While power is stably and reliably supplied in South Korea, North Korea is enduring from a severe power lack. To enhance power supply problems in NK and ultimately contribute to building peace on the Korean Peninsula, the South Korean Government is thinking about aiding the construction of nuclear power plant and power grids in NK. The Government needs information about households' willingness to pay for assisting the power supply to NK. This article intends to take a look at the WTP making use of a contingent assessment based on an across the country survey of 1000 homes.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6835748


Energy Cooperation With North Korea: Conditions Making Renewable Energy Appropriate

This research thus pays certain attention to the development and diffusion of renewable resource under the Kim Jong-un administration, from which it draws a policy-oriented suggestion that the renewable resource area could provide a course to future global energy collaboration with North Korea.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7187164


Change in Extreme Precipitation over North Korea Using Multiple Climate Change Scenarios

The magnitude and regularity of severe events on the global scale are expected to alter because of changes in the hydrological cycle under environment adjustment, little measurable analysis of future extreme rainfall in North Korea has been attempted. As a result, this research study projected the modifications in extreme rainfall in North Korea by using downscaling to GCMs compelled by Representative Concentration Pathway Scenarios 4. 5 and 8. 5, preserving the long-lasting trend of environment adjustment estimate.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6535059


The geology of North Korea: An overview

The Korean Peninsula inhabits a junction location of 3 big structural domains that are the Paleo-Central Asian Orogenic Belt, Paleo-Tethyan Orogenic Belt and the Western Pacific Orogenic Belt. In terms of geological unit division, the KP has long been thought to be closely tied with the landmass of China, with using cumulative term the Sino-Korea Craton for the North China Craton. To link this understanding gap, our team accomplishes a long-lasting joint research in between the two-sides of the KP and China , and arranged united field investigation in the North Korea, South Korea and China as possible. This paper introduces general geology in the North Korea , and just make contrast with the NCC and South Korea. The Rangnim and Gyeonggi massifs are separated by the Imjingang Structural Belt, while the Gyeonggi and Yeongnam massifs are divided by the Ogcheon Structural Belt. The characteristic metamorphic rocks of high- temperature/high-pressure granulite facies including meta- sedimentary rocks with ~ 1. 9-- 1. 8 Ga metamorphic ages take place in the three massifs, comparable to the NCC. The Proterozoic rift sedimentary sequences are developed in the NCC and North Korea, yet Lower Paleoproterozoic strata are unusual, and Neoproterozoic strata are more created in North Korea about the NCC. 2 primary Paleozoic containers within the Rangnim massif and within the Gyeonggi and Yeongnam massifs are the Phyongnam basin and Taebaeksan Basin. The eclogite-bearing Hongseong Complex is located in the southwestern part of the Gyeonggi Massif in South Korea, but no comparable rock unit has been found in North Korea.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6392440


Potato Yield Gaps in North Korea and Strategies to Close the Gaps

Potato has turned into one of the staple plants to boost food security in North Korea since the late 1990s. Nonetheless, the potato return has been gone stale around 11-- 12 t ha ⁻¹ for a number of years, and a food scarcity is still a main problem in North Korea. Yield space evaluations were lugged out making use of the SUBSTOR-potato design to quantify the potato yield gaps and explore the possible methods to shut the yield voids in two various chopping seasons in North Korea. Additional leading dressing at 50 days after planting with the existing amount of nitrogen fertilizer was anticipated to raise the main-season potato return by 42. 0 t ha ⁻¹. Consequently, our findings suggest that different agronomic methods should be obtained various cropping seasons to improve potato production in North Korea, where agronomic resources are limited.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7151853


Configuring land tenure caused by fixed residence according to the societal control system of North Korea: Focus on forestry carbon trading

The failing in dealing with period legal rights in North Korea might be a severe obstacle to introducing forestry carbon trading since it becomes tough for the land passenger to act as an advocate to keep the carbon pool. North Korean citizens utilize lands designated by the State for their entire life since they are not free to move their homes. This post established a solid telltale foundation to present land tenure in North Korea.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6949069


Rare observation of atmospheric 65Zn, 134Cs and 137Cs with possible relation to the 12 February 2013 test announced by North Korea

Uncommon particle radionuclides were identified at the CTBTO RN58 terminal which is located near North Korea between 12 and March 14, 2016. Discovery proportion for caesium shows that the item origin was nuclear surge and dilution aspects at RN58, launched from DPRK test site, reveal clear relationship with radioactivity focus of 2 examples. Thinking about ⁶⁵ Zn task ratio to ¹³⁷ Cs which is greater than historic proportions at Brunswick in 1968, there is an opportunity that the third DPRK nuclear test was a "salted" nuclear bomb examination using zinc as jacket as opposed to fissionable ²³⁸ U around the second phase blend fuel.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6851743


Estimation of the contribution of biomass fuel burning activities in North Korea to the air quality in Seoul, South Korea: Application of the 3D-PSCF method

Because of proximity and the features of energy usage and resultant emissions of air contaminants, it has been speculated that biomass fuel burning tasks in North Korea would influence the air high quality in Seoul considerably. Based on the determined levels of levoglucosan and natural carbon in Seoul, the three-dimensional possible source contribution function method was applied to estimate the degree of contribution of biomass gas burning tasks in North Korea to the air quality in Seoul.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6543994

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