SEOUL, March 7 (Xinhuanet) – The National Biology Resource Center of the Ministry of Environment announced on July 7 that it began using drones to conduct research on endangered wild plants that researchers could not observe easily.
The research team of the National Biological Resources Center of the National Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology examined the distribution patterns of three endangered wildlife such as barnyardgrass, blackbird and bracken black star at the mouth of the Nakdong river, East coast lakes and Jeju island beaches from 8 to 10 years . .
Because this plant is inhabited by swamps, lakes and coastal areas, it is difficult to obtain accurate information such as distribution areas.
Although the drone has been used to observe dead trees, this is the first time to use endangered species.
The National Biology Resource Center plans to shoot the coastal cliffs of Jeju Island's Seogwipo Beach with a record of first class wind distribution and grade 2 rocks endangered wildlife in May ~ June next year.
Drone[연합뉴스 자료 사진]
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