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2020
Volume: 39 Issue 2
18 Article(s)

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Can foreign theories be used in China? Reflections and references on the development of Western political geography and geopolitics
HU Zhiding, WANG Fenglong, AN Ning, WANG Yu, SONG Tao, PENG Fei, HE Guangqiang, MA Teng, QIN Qi, and XIONG Chenran
The Western-oriented foreign political geography and geopolitics theories provide a good reference and basis for the development of Chinese political geography and geopolitics. In this sense, it is a very vital issue related to the direction-guiding for the disciplines of Chinese political geography and geopolitics, in
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 217 (2020)
Constructing the theoretical model of "tri-space" interaction in the tourism context
ZHANG Chen, and HUANG Zhenfang
In the information era, both the tourists and destinations are greatly affected by the information over the internet. Referring to tourists, they usually record their needs, hobbies, experiences as well as social relationships through internet; besides, a tourist would make a decision to travel to a particular place la
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 232 (2020)
The definition of urban fringe based on multi-source data and deep learning
LIU Xingnan, WU Zhifeng, LUO Renbo, and WU Yanyan
With the development of the economy, most cities will expand continuously to the surrounding areas, thus leading to the emergence of urban fringe areas with both urban and rural characteristics. The urban fringe area, located between urban and rural areas, is the most intense area of urban land use change and one of th
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 243 (2020)
Evaluation, influencing factors and spatial spillover of innovation efficiency in five major urban agglomerations in coastal China
SHENG Yanwen, LUO Huasong, SONG Jinping, ZHAO Jinli, and ZAHNG Xuebo
As the strategic core regions of national economic development, the urban agglomerations in the eastern coastal area of China has played a critical role in the implementation of innovation-driven development strategy and construction of the innovative country. Based on the dataset of innovation input and output spannin
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 257 (2020)
Spatial-temporal characteristics and influencing factors of coordination between economic and environmental development of three major urban agglomerations in China
ZHANG Guojun, WANG Juehan, WU Kunjin, and XU Zhihua
This paper analyzed the spatial-temporal pattern of the degree of coordination between economic and environmental development in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, Yangtze River Delta and Pearl River Delta from 2006 to 2016 by means of entropy method, Theil index, Markov chain and spatial autocorrelation, and then explored
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 272 (2020)
Temporal and spatial characteristics and interaction process of urbanization coordination in the Yangtze River Delta region from the perspective of coupling
FAN Qingyu, YANG Shan, and HU Xin
With the transformation of China's urbanization, how to measure the coupling and coordination relationship between population, land and economy in the process of urbanization, and explore the temporal and spatial dynamics of its evolution process, has become an important scientific issue in the study of new urbaniz
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 289 (2020)
Coupling process and mechanism of urbanization and innovation in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Urban Agglomeration
MA Haitao, LU Shuo, and ZHANG Wenzhong
Urban agglomeration is not only the main form of new urbanization, but also the incubator of innovation. Theoretically, there is a complex interaction between urbanization subsystem and innovation subsystem in urban agglomeration. The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei urban agglomeration is a national-level urban agglomeration des
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 303 (2020)
Spatial distribution and driving factors of small towns in China
WANG Xueqin, QI Wei, and LIU Shenghe
Small towns are regarded as an important carrier to promote China's new urbanization. Understanding the spatial characteristics of small towns in China has become an important issue. This paper explored spatial distribution pattern of small towns in China using the nearest neighbor distance, point density and other
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 319 (2020)
Recognition of the spatial characteristics and influencing factors of leading industries in China's national level ETDZs
HE Ze, YANG Yu, LIU Yi, and JIN Fengjun
Under the new normal of China's economy development, it is necessary to recognize the leading industries in China's special development zones for promoting economic transformation and industrial upgrading. In this paper, spatial characteristics and influencing factors of leading industries in China's nation
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 337 (2020)
Hotspot discovery and its spatial pattern analysis for catering service in cities based on field model in GIS
ZHANG Haiping, ZHOU Xingxing, TANG Guoan, ZHOU Lei, and YE Xinyue
Catering service is an important part of urban life. Extracting urban hotspots for catering services and identifying their spatial distribution patterns is important for our understanding urban space and urban structures. In view of the shortcomings of quantitative analysis of urban morphological features based on POI
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 354 (2020)
The characteristics of China's urban network based on the supply chain system of automobile industry
CHEN Xiaofei, YANG Jiehui, WANG Enru, and MIAO Changhong
Structural characteristics and power hierarchy are important elements of urban networks. This paper studied the selection of China's automobile industry supply chain system in 2012 by using "China automobile industry enterprise information Daquan", "China industrial enterprise database" and &quo
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 370 (2020)
The spatial evolution mechanism of banks' sub-branches in China
YAO Xiaoming, and ZHU Shengjun
Under the background that the market-oriented reform of China's banking industry, business restrictions and geographical restrictions of some banks are gradually lifted, and competition among banks is becoming increasingly fierce, re-adjusting the spatial distribution of bank sub-branches has become one of the esse
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 384 (2020)
The evaluation and spatial differentiation characteristics of reasonable level for cost expenditure in China's grid corporation
XIE Li, ZHOU Zhichao, YOU Peipei, and SUN Yingkai
The asymmetry of grid corporations' cost information caused by their monopolistic characteristics, not only restricts the effectiveness of government supervision, but also leaves consumers with little trust in electricity pricing. Therefore, it is of great theoretical and practical significance to evaluate the reas
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 399 (2020)
The regional differences of land border tourism development in China and influencing factors
ZHANG Shengrui, WANG Yingjie, JU Hongrun, and ZHONG Linsheng
The land border tourism in China serves as a pillar industry in the local economic development and is becoming an important sector for international cooperation. Based on literature review and field surveys, this paper investigated the quantity, types and quality of land border tourism resources of prefectural-level ci
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 414 (2020)
Spatial evolution of land use production function in the basin of Guizhou province under the background of rural transformation
LIU Yaxiang, and LI Yangbing
Based on the hypothesis analysis of the land use function evolution of the basin in Guizhou province, this paper quantitatively explores the characteristics and rules of the spatial-temporal evolution of the land use production function under the background of rural transformation and development. The Lianjiang basin,
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 430 (2020)
Reconstruction of provincial cropland area and its spatial-temporal characteristics in the Ming Dynasty
LI Meijiao, HE Fanneng, YANG Fan, and ZHAO Liang
Based on the historical registered data on taxes-cropland and military-oriented cropland, population data, and the historical records on taxation system and land system in the Ming Dynasty, this paper analyzed the reliability of these data, and identified the main impact factors which may lead to the difference between
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 447 (2020)
The effect of urbanization on extreme climate events in Beijing
JIAO Yimeng, ZHAO Na, YUE Tianxiang, and DENG Jiayin
It had been proved that the process of urbanization had an effect on extreme weather events under the global warming. This study analyzed the urbanization effects on extreme climate events for the period 1980-2014 by classifying 20 meteorological stations into urban, suburban, and rural categories, based on the daily p
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 461 (2020)
The characteristics of nitrogen output during the paddy field drainage period
LU Lu, DAI Erfu, CHENG Qianding, and WU Zhenzhen
Identifying the characteristics of nitrogen output during the paddy field drainage period was critical to control of nitrogen pollution output in the reclamation paddy area. In this study, a paddy field and ditch system in Abujiao basin was selected as the study area. Combined with isotope tracer technique, the charact
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Feb. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 2 473 (2020)