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2020
Volume: 39 Issue 5
15 Article(s)

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Advance of geographic sciences and new technology applications
LIAO Xiaohan
Modern technologies develop rapidly in the areas of computers, Internet, aerospace and aeronautics, automation and sensor network, environmental remediation and ecological restoration, and so on, which overlap with a large number of basic and applied basic research disciplines. With the application of new technologies,
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 709 (2020)
Characteristics of change of the China-Europe port shipping network under the Belt and Road Initiative
GUO Jianke, HOU Yajie, and HE Yao
China and Europe are located at the east and west ends of Eurasia. The smooth flow of trade between China and Europe is an important part of the development of the Belt and Road region. At present, China-Europe economic and trade ties are still mainly maintained by sea. The connection between Chinese and European ports
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 716 (2020)
Network structure and evolution characteristics of cities in China based on high-speed railway transport flow
SUN Na, and ZHANG Meiqing
In recent years, with the gradual implementation of the Medium and Long-term Railway Network Plan, China has entered the era of high-speed railway (HSR) network, and the impact of HSR on urban and regional spatial structure has become a hot topic of human geography research. In this study, the network structure and evo
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 727 (2020)
Distribution characteristics and influencing factors of commercial center and hotspots based on big data: A case of the main urban area of Urumqi City
CHEN Hongxing, YANG Degang, LI Jiangyue, WU Rongwei, and HUO Jinwei
The structure of commercial space is vital to the vitality of cities, therefore it is essential to quantitatively identify and analyze the distribution of different types of commercial sites so as to optimize the configuration of commercial resources and facilitate the orderly development of cities. Taking the main urb
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 738 (2020)
Rural social space production mechanism in a Great Relics Area from the perspective of capital circulation theory of Harvey:A case of Qin Shihuang Mausoleum
WU Chong, ZHU Haixia, and PENG Bangwen
As more than 80% of the sites in the list of China's Great Relics Sites are located in suburban or rural areas, relics protection and tourism development will inevitably affect the rural social space around the heritage areas. Analysis of the patterns of social and economic development is the key to achieving the r
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 751 (2020)
Spatial relationship of country allocation of aid to Africa between China and OECD
SHAO Jing, and WANG Maojun
China's aid to Africa (Aid) has received increasing attention from the international community as this aid is breaking the original aid pattern in this continent, but existing literatures paid little attention to the spatial relationship of aid to Africa between China and the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-oper
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 766 (2020)
Impact of greenspace exposure on residents’ mental health: A case study of Nanjing City
LI Zhixuan, HE Zhongyu, ZHANG Yiming, JIN Shuangshuang, WANG Xuemei, ZHU Jie, and LIU Shicen
The impact of greenspace exposure on mental health has long been the focus of scholars in different fields in China and internationally. Most studies are based on a single individual perspective, such as activity time, range of activities, and so on, or a single environmental perspective, such as the number of green sp
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 779 (2020)
Spatial evolution and influencing factors of criminals’ cross-area co-offending network: An example of fraud in Beijing
ZHU Guanyu, and CHEN Peng
A series of studies have been conducted on the phenomenon of co-offending from the aspects of relationship and relationship structure of offenders, but there is a lack of stability analysis on the regional relationship between offenders. Based on the data of the street fraud cases in Beijing in 2005, 2010, and 2014, th
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 792 (2020)
Formation and feature analyses of crime hotspots using near repeat principle: A case study of robbery in Beijing
GUO Yaqi, and CHEN Peng
As a significant spatiotemporal characteristic of crimes, repeat and near repeat pattern has received much interest in criminology research. The purpose of this study was to explore the formation process and features of crime hotspots by using near repeat principle. Robbery cases in six districts of Beijing inner city
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 804 (2020)
Impact of prior crime experiences of street robbers on subsequent crime location choices
LONG Dongping, LIU Lin, CHEN Jianguo, XIAO Luzi, SONG Guangwen, and XU Chong
Explaining the choice of crime location is one of the central themes of crime geography. The existing research on the choice of the location where street robbers commit crimes mainly focuses on the following two aspects: analyzing the spatial pattern and influencing factors from a comprehensive perspective, and analyzi
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 815 (2020)
Relationship between the built environment and theft cases in star hotels in ZG central city
ZHANG Chunxia, ZHOU Suhong, LIU Lin, and XIAO Luzi
As a ticklish social problem, crime committed in hotels has been concerned by both Chinese and Western scholars. Theft is one of the most frequent crime types occurred in hotels, especially in star hotels. Previous studies on influencing factors of hotel theft cases mainly focused on star hotel and personal attributes
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 829 (2020)
Spatiotemporal distribution of drug crimes at micro-scale: Taking NH and DM residential communities in SZ City as an example
LIU Yimeng, LI Weihong, and WANG Xin
Drug crime is a criminal act of common concern in many places of the world. Many scholars have carried out research from different professional fields. The causes of drug-related crimes have been analyzed in the existing literature. Because of the limitations of data, there is little research on the spatial and tempora
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 841 (2020)
Spatiotemporal change and influencing factors of child trafficking crime in Sichuan Province
LIU ling, LI Gang, XUE Shuyan, MA Xueyao, ZHOU Junjun, XU Tingting, and WANG Jiaobei
Child trafficking crime causes physical and psychological trauma to the victims and great grief and long-term trouble to the families of the victims. Therefore, it has attracted the attention of the society and the academic community. Research from the perspective of criminal geography in this field started relatively
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 853 (2020)
Progress and prospect of research on spatial reconstruction of rural settlements in mountainous areas of China
FENG Yingbin, and LONG Hualou
China has large mountain areas with low level of economic and social development. Promoting the sustainable development of mountain areas is the key to the process of modernization in China. As the core spatial unit of the regional system of human-land relationship, rural settlements in mountainous areas are the resear
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 866 (2020)
Development and prospect of the land-sparing versus land-sharing framework
HU Tian, WU Jiansheng, PENG Jian, and LI Weifeng
Land sparing and land sharing are two alternative land-use strategies, which was framed by Green in 2005. The land-sparing versus land-sharing framework was initially designed to explore trade-offs between food production and biodiversity conservation by means of the density-yield curve. A debate on whether the land-sp
Progress in Geography
  • Publication Date: May. 28, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 5 880 (2020)