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2020
Volume: 39 Issue 8
17 Article(s)

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Human-land coupling and sustainable human settlements in the Yellow River Basin
WANG Fang, AN Lizhe, DANG Anrong, HAN Jianye, MIAO Changhong, WANG Jing, ZHANG Guanghan, and ZHAO Yong
The Yellow River Basin is one of the regions with the most complex human-land relationship in China, and takes responsibility for the construction of ecological security and economic and social development. Since ancient times, human beings and the Yellow River has been in the process of coevolution. In recent years, t
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1707 (2020)
The evolution of urban landscape pattern and its driving forces of Shenzhen from 1996 to 2015
WU Jiansheng, LUO Keyu, and ZHAO Yuhao
Since China's reform and opening up, Shenzhen has experienced rapid urbanization and dramatic changes in landscape patterns. On the basis of the land use dataset of Shenzhen city from 1996 to 2015, this study utilized landscape metrics, transition matrix and, expansion index to detect the spatiotemporal changes of
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1725 (2020)
The pattern characteristics and influencing factors of urban space fragmentation in Changsha
ZHU Peijuan, LANG Zehui, HE Qingyun, ZHANG Meifang, and WU Guoquan
Space fragmentation is an important issue to be deepened in the study of urban spatial structure. The measurement index of urban space fragmentation is constructed from three dimensions of form, connection and function, and its pattern characteristics and influencing factors in Changsha are discussed by using geographi
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1739 (2020)
Relocation willingness and influencing factors of wholesale market merchants in the background of non-capital function dispersion: A case study of the Zoo Wholesale Market in Beijing
YANG Chengfeng, HAN Huiran, and SONG Jinping
In the background of transformation and development of China's cities, controlling the excessive growth of city size by means of relocating the non-core function from megacity behemoth has become an important research topic in urban geography. As the capital, Beijing bears not only the general function of city, but
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1755 (2020)
The impact of NIMBY facilities on housing prices in Beijing: A case study of large waste disposal facilities
DANG Yi, YU Jianhui, and ZHANG Wenzhong
In recent years, with the expansion of cities, the distribution range of garbage disposal stations has gradually overlapped with urban living spaces, and affected the quality of residents' lives. In the past, people's perception of the problem of garbage sewers in Beijing came only from sensory impressions. In
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1769 (2020)
Spatio-temporal characteristics and influencing factors of container terminals efficiency in the Yangtze River Delta
YE Shilin, JIANG Ziran, and QI Xinhua
With the continuous development of the global port and shipping market, inter-port competition is increasingly manifesting as competition at the terminal level. The efficiency of container terminals will significantly affect the efficiency and competitiveness of the whole port supply chain, and then have an important i
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1782 (2020)
Activation path of human settlement environment of traditional villages from the perspective of “double repair”: A case study of Zhang-Guying village in Hunan province
LI Bohua, LI Zhen, LIU Peilin, and DOU Yindi
As an important carrier of farming civilization, traditional villages are extremely important to maintaining their effective renewal of human settlement environment. Taking Zhangguying, a traditional Chinese village, as an example, this paper analyzed the genetic characteristics of dominant material culture landscape a
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1794 (2020)
The spatial influence of geography on the inheritance of traditional intangible culture: A case study of intangible cultural heritage in Shanxi province
WANG Ping, and LIU Min
Geographical environment exerts profound influence on the location of traditional intangible culture. Based on 1519 intangible cultural heritages (ICHs) and geographical environment information such as DEM, meteorology, rivers, population, economic level, ancient road and others of Shanxi province, the distribution pat
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1807 (2020)
“Wheel hub” model: The tourism space structure of urban self-driving tourists: Taking Beijing, Xi'an and Wuhan cities as examples
ZHANG Tiange, WU Jinfeng, SHI Xiaoteng, WU Baoqing, DENG Chunchun, and WU Shanshan
Self-driving tour market has become an important part of China's domestic tourism market. It is of great theoretical significance to study the spatial extent and structure of urban self-driving tourists' tourism space for enriching and deepening the research on the spatial structure of self-driving tourism. Bes
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1822 (2020)
Review of urban-rural multi-dimensional integration and influencing factors in China based on the concept of equivalence
ZHOU Jianing, ZOU Wei, and QIN Fucang
Based on the urban-rural equivalence, the Global Principal Component Analysis (GPCA) method is used to measure the China's urban-rural multi-dimensional integration levels, and the Global and Local Moran Index, Local Getis-Ord Gi* Index are performed to reveal the spatial distribution of urban-rural multi-dimension
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1836 (2020)
The spatial difference and determinants of the entrepreneurial intention of residents between urban and rural areas of China
SHI Fan, ZHANG Jia, and WANG Chen
Regional environment has been recognized as a crucial factor in explaining entrepreneurial intention of individuals. Using the Chinese Family Database and the China Household Finance Survey, this paper extends a multilevel mixed-effects logistic regression model to understand the differences between urban and rural ent
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  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1852 (2020)
Evaluation on the effectiveness of provincial emission reduction in the process of carbon emission intensity decline in China's energy industry
CUI Panpan, ZHAO Yuan, HAO Lisha, XIA Siyou, XU Xin, and TANG Wenmin
In this paper, the correction coefficient was applied to measure energy industry efficiency of emission reduction in each province. According to the energy industry carbon emission intensity and output value share of each province, the identity of national carbon emission intensity in China's energy industry was es
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1864 (2020)
Spatio-temporal variations of the matching patterns of agricultural land and water resources in typical mountainous areas of China
WANG Jiayue, XIN Liangjie, and DAI Erfu
To understand the matching degree and pattern change of agricultural soil and water resources in three typical mountainous areas of China, the matching coefficient of agricultural soil and water resources was introduced to describe the spatial and temporal matching patterns of land and water resources in the study regi
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1879 (2020)
Flood risk assessment in Bangladesh, India and Myanmar based on the AHP weight method and entropy weight method
LIU Yuanyuan, WANG Shaoqiang, WANG Xiaobo, JIANG Dong, N H Ravindranath, Atiq Rahman, Nyo Mar Htwe, and Tartirose Vijitpan
The Bangladesh, India and Myanmar (BIM) region has subtropical and tropical monsoon climates. Floods frequently occur around here. Assessing the flood risk in BIM region is important for the safety construction of the BCIM-EC. Based on datasets of precipitation from 1980 to 2016, river network, elevation, land use and
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1892 (2020)
Climatological characteristics of fog and its influencing factors in Xishuangbanna
PENG Haiying, SHI Zhengtao, and TONG Shaoyu
This paper analyzed climatological characteristics of fog and its interaction with temperature and precipitation by methods of Man-Kendell trend analysis, abrupt change analysis and grey correlation analysis based on meteorological observations of fog, temperature, and precipitation from 1961 to 2016 in Xishaungbanna,
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1907 (2020)
Geomorphological classification and evolution of plateau-beam-loess hills in Heshui county of the east Gansu province
YUAN Shuang, XU Qiang, ZHAO Kuanyao, WANG Xuan, and WANG Cuilin
Loess landforms refer to the complex, diverse and orderly differentiated landform morphological combinations that are formed with unique evolution patterns. Based on analysis of mathematical morphology, this study classifies the loess landforms in Heshui county into loess plateaus, beams and loess hills, and develops c
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1920 (2020)
Review on the resilience of farmers' livelihoods to climate change
XIONG Sihong, YAN Jianzhong, and WU Ya
With the awareness of climate change and its possible consequences to natural environment and human society, livelihood resilience has gradually become a new and key concept in our efforts to cope with the risks induced by climate change. On the basis of combing the concept of resilience in different fields, the scient
Geographical Research
  • Publication Date: Aug. 20, 2020
  • Vol.39 Issue, 8 1934 (2020)