Volume: 22 Issue 5
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A Review of Spatially Integrated Humanities and Social Sciences
Kun QIN, Hui LIN, Di HU, Gang XU, Xiaoxiang ZHANG, Binbin LU, and Xinyue YE
Humanities and social sciences are undergoing the transformation of quantification and spatialization. The Geographical Information Science (GIS), with powerful functions of spatial data management, spatial analysis and geo-visualization, has been widely used in humanities and social sciences in the era of big data, re
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 912 (2020)
A Review of Historical GIS and Its Trend
Yaolong ZHAO, and Zihao CHAO
Historical Geographical Information System and Science (HGIS) is a new interdiscipline subject between Geographical Information System (GIS) and History. The geographical process in historical period has been studied quantitatively and the geographical process model is built accordingly through HGIS to provide research
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 929 (2020)
Transitions of Culture-center City in Tang and Song Dynasties based on the Aggregation of Literati's Footprints
Shen YING, Jingyang HOU, Yudi ZHOU, Xiaoying DOU, Zhaopeng WANG, and Dawei SHAO
Chinese historical culture has always been a hot topic in Chinese literature research. Most researches are based on the literary works themselves or individual litterateur' characteristics, which are lack of the support of big data about ancient litterateurs' behaviors. The historical development is created by
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 945 (2020)
Organization and Visualization for MinGuo QingLiu Celebrity Cultural Theme Data
Juan HUANG, Chongcheng CHEN, Xiaoyan YE, and Teng MA
Historical celebrities are the creators and inheritors of outstanding Chinese culture in thousands of years. The spread of historical celebrity culture is of great educational value. The “MinGuo QingLiu” is an outstanding part of celebrity culture. However, most of the descriptions about it exist in literary works, suc
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 954 (2020)
Digital Model of Spatio-temporal Narratives of Chinese Classical Narrative Literature: A Case Study on The Tale of Li Wa
Zhaoyi MA, Jie HE, and Shuaishuai LIU
Literary cartography enables the representation of literary space and the mapping between diachronic text and synchronic space. It serves as an 'ancillary science' in literary geography methodologies. Previous cartographic practices usually focus on either of these two items rather than considering text and spa
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 967 (2020)
Spatial Visualization and Analysis of Trajectories of Historical Celebrities
Niman WANG, Kun QIN, Jun LUO, Kun CHEN, and Sheng HU
The trajectory of historical celebrities reflects the historical and cultural background at their time. Through the spatial visualization and analysis of the trajectory of historical celebrities, the historical and social status can be explored and analyzed. The visualization and analysis of the social network of histo
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 978 (2020)
Reconstruction of the Cropland Area and Its Spatial Distribution Pattern at Dongting Lake District of Hunan Province in the Middle of the Republic of China
Licong LIAN, Zhiwei WAN, Min JU, Yulian JIA, Yijun HONG, Meixin JIANG, and Fenghai ZENG
Land cover change is an important factor affecting the climate system and has important research significance in global climate change researches. Gridded historical land use data have been widely used in various global change models. This study used the military topographic map of the Republic of China as the basic da
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 989 (2020)
The Assessment and Analysis of the Phenomenon of Vacancy within Wuhan City Using Multi-Source Datasets
Jiansi YANG, Shuai LIU, Yandong WANG, and Mingsheng LIAO
With the rapid construction of urban areas, it is necessary to make assessment of the built-up areas. As the city develops and expands, many of the build-up areas may show the phenomenon of vacancy with a small population, few businesses, and seriously low productivity.It is a serious obstacle to urban development and
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 997 (2020)
A Multidimensional Analysis of Economic Spatial Pattern of Pearl River Delta Urban Agglomeration under the Influence of High-Speed Railway
Jieer RUAN, Yingbiao CHEN, Qinglan QIAN, and Zhiwei YANG
High-speed rail has strong impact on the spatial pattern of regional economy in the Pearl River Delta urban agglomeration. Exploring the coupling of high-speed rail and regional economy is thus of great scientific value. In this paper, we comprehensively quantified the impact of high-speed rail on the spatial pattern o
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1023 (2020)
The Calculation and Visual Optimization Method of Spatial Dynamic Agglomeration Evolution of Urban Creative Industries
Qi ZHOU, and Changchun GAO
Analysis of the urban creative industry' s image visualization based on the perspective of human geography is of great significance for the integration between urban deep space and regional innovation development. However, the intelligent dynamic spatiotemporal modeling of Swarm groups is insufficient in meeting th
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1033 (2020)
Analytical Method for Man-Land Coupling Allometric Growth under the Background of New-type Urbanization
Jianzhi HONG, Biyun GUO, Yingchun FU, and Huan NIE
With the rapid development of urbanization in China, the complicated growth between population and land use in urban areas has attracted increasing attention. Under the background of new urbanization, studying the relative growth relationship between the urbanization levels of these two elements of different dimension
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1049 (2020)
Computation of Carbon Emissions of Residential Buildings in Wuhan and Its Spatiotemporal Analysis
Tao JIA, Shihao YANG, Xin LI, Penggao YAN, Xuesong YU, Xi LUO, and Kai CHEN
Carbon emissions of residential buildings have an important impact on energy conservation policies, emission reduction strategies, and sustainable urban development. However, current studies mainly focus on carbon emission estimation for an entire city or a large region. There is a lack of consistent methods of carbon
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1063 (2020)
Spatiotemporal Variability of Urban Management Events based on the Bayesian Spatiotemporal Model
Wenqian DONG, Liang DONG, Lin XIANG, Haijun TAO, Chuanhu ZHAO, and Hanbing QU
Urban management events are regional and periodic. The spatiotemporal laws and potential impact factors implied in urban management events are vital for improving urban management. However, research on the temporal and spatial changes of urban management events and influencing factors are rare. In this paper, by using
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1073 (2020)
A Research on the Geographical Information Features of Traditional Settlement Landscape Gene and the Related Understanding Approaches
Zui HU
A large number of traditional settlements are considered as a major part of China's excellent cultural heritages. These traditional settlements have been receiving increasing attention since the end of last century because they play an important role in promoting social and cultural constructions and can support so
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1083 (2020)
Research on Population Spatialization Method in Township Scale based on Census and Mobile Location Data
Xiaojie WANG, Juanle WANG, and Runsheng XUE
Quantifying the spatial distribution of population is a basis and hot issue in population geography researches. At present, there are large differences between different scales of spatialized population data in the world, because of various production methods, data sources, etc. This leads to the inconsistency of popul
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1095 (2020)
Using Participatory Mapping to Assess Landscape Services in Jiuzhaigou National Reserve
Yaru ZHU, Jun GAO, Zhenhua BING, Zhonghao ZHANG, and Jing FU
Landscape ecology is the scientific basis of sustainable landscape development. Participatory mapping based on stakeholders is effective to establish the landscape service category system and quantitative indicators. The evaluation of landscape services primarily focused on the complex and dynamic relationships between
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1106 (2020)
Optimization of Rural Primary and Secondary School Location based on Traffic Network
Yulong CHEN, Zhizhu LAI, and Zheng WANG
The rational planning of school location is an important way to optimize the allocation of educational resources, improve the efficiency of school running and realize the balanced development of education. The accessibility must be considered in optimizing the location of rural schools, which is an important difference
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1120 (2020)
Spatio-temporal Statistical Analysis of Health Status of the Residents of the Belt and Road Member Countries
Wenjie GUO, Kun QIN, Zongfu MAO, Yizhe WANG, Yao WANG, Gang XU, and Lu MA
Health is a key factor that affects the development of different countries and regions. It is very important to understand the health status of the residents in the Belt and Road countries to further explore the health cooperation along the Belt and Road. This paper selected four representative health indicators, inclu
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1133 (2020)
Spatiotemporal Variations and Influencing Factors of Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome in Shaanxi Province
Lingli ZHU, Hongyan REN, Feng DING, Liang LU, Sijia WU, and Cheng CUI
Hemorrhagic Fever with Renal Syndrome (HFRS) is a rodent-borne endemic disease caused by Hantavirus, which poses an increasingly serious threat to public health, especially in China. In this country, Shaanxi Province is one of the top regions with the highest HFRS incidence in the past years. It is of great importance
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1142 (2020)
Preliminary Application of Night Light Remote Sensing based on Passenger Aircraft in Hong Kong Economic Activity Zone Changes Identification
Yongquan WANG, Chisheng WANG, Lehan WANG, Jiani SHE, and Qingquan LI
Large-scale sustained demonstrations will seriously affect the stability of social order. Since June 2019, Hong Kong's economy has been affected to some extent by the impact of continuous demonstrations on various industries. Rapid and accurate identification of areas affected by demonstrations plays a very importa
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1153 (2020)
Study on Urban Spatiotemporal Expansion Pattern of Three First-class Urban Agglomerations in China Derived from Integrated DMSP-OLS and NPP-VIIRS Nighttime Light Data
Hesong DONG, Renjie LI, Jianming LI, and Shuai LI
This study took Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, the Yangtze River Delta, and the Pearl River Delta as study areas. Based on correlation analysis of overlapping years in 2012 and 2013, a power function model was used to transform NPP-VIIRS NTL data(2012—2017) to simulate DMSP-OLS NTL data. We generated a temporally consistent NT
  • Publication Date: May. 25, 2020
  • Vol. 22 Issue 5 1161 (2020)