Year 2020, Volume 13 , Issue 4, Pages 736 - 750 2020-12-31

Kentsel Ekosistemleri Destekleyen Bir Yeşilyol Önerisi: Arhavi Örneğİ
A Greenway Proposal that Supporting Urban Ecosystems: Case of Arhavi

Banu KARAŞAH [1]


Kentleşme sonucu nitelikli yeşil-mavi alanlar azalmakta ve beraberinde doğal peyzajlarda parçalanmalar meydana gelmektedir. Yeşilyollar, sürdürülebilir ve yaşanabilir kentler oluşturmada ve peyzajlardaki parçalanmaları engellemede stratejik bir çözümdür. Bu noktadan hareketle bu çalışmada; doğal ve kültürel kaynak değerlerine sahip olan bir güzergâhın yeşilyol olarak planlanarak hem kentin yeşil alan sistemine katkıda bulunması, kent sakinlerine rekreasyonel açıdan aktivite alanı sunması hem de tarihi-kültürel değerlerin korunması amaçlanmıştır. Çalışma alanı olarak Artvin kentinin Arhavi ilçesinde yer alan yaklaşık 17 km’lik su kenarı koridoru seçilmiştir. Çalışmada, mavi bir alanın yeşil bir alanla bütünleştirilerek yeşilyol olarak planlanması sonucu hem kullanıcılarına hem de kente farklı ekosistem servisleri sunarak mevcut kent ekosistemini desteklemesi hedeflenmiştir. Çalışma 4 aşamalı olarak yürütülmüştür. Birinci aşamada arazi çalışmaları yapılmış, 2. aşamada GZFT analizi yapılmış ve 3. aşamada koridorlar tanımlanmış ve son aşamada ise bu koridorlarda gerçekleştirilebilecek etkinlikler belirlenerek önerilerde bulunulmuştur. Ayrıca çalışmada önerilen yeşilyol sayesinde sağlanacak ekosistem servisleri de belirtilmiştir. Yeşilyollar nitelikli yeşil-mavi alanlar kazandırarak rekreasyon alanları sağlayan, peyzaj değerlerini koruyan ve turizm sayesinde yerel ekonomiye katkı sunan koridorlardır. Bu nedenle yeşilyolların doğru bir şekilde planlanması önem arz etmektedir
As a result of urbanization, qualified green-blue spaces are decreasing, and fragmentations occur in natural landscapes. Greenways are a strategic solution in creating sustainable and liveable cities and conserving fragmentation in landscapes. From this point on, in this study; it is aimed to planning a route that has natural and cultural resource values as a greenway that contribute to the green area system of the city, offer recreational activity areas to city residents, and protect historical-cultural values. An approximately 17 km waterfront corridor located in Arhavi district of Artvin city has chosen as the study area. Goal of the study is to support the existing urban ecosystem by offering different ecosystem services to both its users and the city because of planning a greenway by integrating a blue area with a green area. The study was carried out in 4 stages. In the first stage, field studies were carried out, SWOT analysis was made in the second stage, and in the third stage, corridors were defined and in the last stage, activities that could be performed in these corridors were determined and some suggestions were proposed. In addition, the ecosystem services that will be provided by the proposed greenway are stated in the study. Greenways are corridors that provide qualified green-blue spaces, provide recreation areas, protect landscape values, and contribute to the local economy through tourism. For this reason, it is vital to plan the greenways correctly.
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Primary Language tr
Subjects Architecture
Published Date Winter
Journal Section Research Article
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0001-5079-5313
Author: Banu KARAŞAH (Primary Author)
Institution: ARTVİN ÇORUH ÜNİVERSİTESİ, SANAT VE TASARIM FAKÜLTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : December 31, 2020

APA Karaşah, B . (2020). Kentsel Ekosistemleri Destekleyen Bir Yeşilyol Önerisi: Arhavi Örneğİ . Kent Akademisi , 13 (4) , 736-750 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/kent/issue/57293/804186