Reef metropolis. Geopolitics of Korean subaquatic urbanism
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- ARQ, 2018, 2018 (99), pp. 60 - 69
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© Incheon Metropolitan City, 2013. When it comes to defending national territories, there are operations less obvious than building a wall. For example, South Korea develops artificial reefs to delimit its territory and protect its marine resources. But these underwater infrastructures take the idea of frontier one step further: they end up zoning the seabed and, thus, they reconstruct biodiversity according to the commercial and geopolitical interests.
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