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[Editorial]Labeling Trees in Campus
제 140 호    발행일 : 2013.05.06 
   Chungbuk National University is probably one of the universities having the most beautiful campus in South Korea. Its beautiful aspect is not only the neat arrangement of many dark-red brick buildings with over 60 years old surrounded by clusters of trees, but also the existence of a romantic fishpond in the campus center, and of various flowered plants. A large campus with park benches placed around the pond, and other shady-fresh areas is really a good environment for the unwinding of students and staffs, especially in the summer and autumn seasons.
   In spring, if going around the university campus, one can see many plants (including trees, bushes, lianas, and grasses) in blossom. Very early blooming flowers in March are white magnolias and prunus, purple-red azaleas, while/pale-pink apricots, and yellow forsythia and winter jasmine, which are prominent on the bright-grey background because no leave has been born. With warmer weather, after the middle of April, shoots and leaves of plants start developing. The campus landscape thus becomes more verdant. This is probably considered as a golden period that many plants in the campus will blossom. Other colorful flowers coming from trees and bushes (such as azaleas, prunus, magnolia, peach, cherry, lilac, honeysuckle, blackthorn, hawthorn, rose, tulipifera, dogwood, snowball, myrtle, and so forth) can be met anywhere. For some trees (such as pine, maple, willow, oak, mulberry, etc.), their hidden yellow-green color does not usually attract our attention. If more attention is given to grasses, it will also be seen a marvelous picture related to the variety of wild flowers, which have different sizes, shapes, and colors.
   With the above description, it can be seen the variety of plants present in the university. This is completely understood because our university was founded and developed from an agricultural school. Collecting and growing such plants are helpful for research works. For specific researchers and students, the name identification of plants can be very easy. For other ones, meanwhile, who want to know plant names can have a look at their name panels (combined with scientific, English, and Korean names) put in front of plants (particularly for trees, bushes, and lianas). Traveling around the campus, however, it appears that very few name panels are placed. This makes difficult for those, who want to know the name of a tree or bush. Clearly, the arrangement of name panels in the front of trees, brushes as well as lianas is a necessary work. With these, our students will know plant names, and somehow their knowledge of botany is improved. Furthermore, there are many visitors and children coming to the university campus for relaxation at weekend. The presence of these name panels might attract their attention and interest, letting them have a better impression to our university.
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