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2020
Volume: 11 Issue 6
11 Article(s)

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Resource Economy
Economic Development Status of the Countries along the Belt and Road and Their Correlations with Population and Carbon Emissions
ZHONG Yang, LIN Aiwen, ZHOU Zhigao, HE Lijie, and YUAN Moxi
The construction of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road are important measures for allowing China to expand its opening up to the outside world under the background of economic globalization. Based on this consideration, and from the perspective of geo-economics, this study uses a variet
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 539 (2020)
Measurement and Comparison of Urban Haze Governance Level and Efficiency based on the DPSIR Model: A Case Study of 31 Cities in North China
XIAO Qinlin, TIAN Chao, WANG Yanjun, LI Xiuqing, and XIAO Liming
In the decisive stage of developing of a moderately prosperous society in all aspects, hazy weather has become a major obstacle to the further advancement of China. Therefore, improving the level and efficiency of haze governance has become essential. Based on the DPSIR model, this paper builds a haze governance level
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 549 (2020)
A Study of Food Waste in the Catering Industry in Beijing
CAO Xiaochang, LIU Xiaojie, CHENG Shengkui, LIU Yao, and ZHANG Panpan
Currently, the topic of food waste and its environmental impacts is attracting increasing attention among academic researchers. Based on an investigation of restaurants in Beijing, this study analyzes the quantities, structures, characteristics and costs of the agricultural resources related to food waste in the cateri
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 562 (2020)
Evaluation and Driving Force Analysis of Marine Sustainable Development based on the Grey Relational Model and Path Analysis
GAO Sheng, ZHAO Lin, SUN Huihui, CAO Guangxi, and LIU Wei
With the rapid development of the marine economy, the demand for marine resources development and the pressure on marine environmental protection are gradually increasing. It is critical to evaluate and analyze the driving forces of marine sustainable development in order to promote the coordinated development of the m
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 570 (2020)
Impacts of Land Fragmentation and Cropping System on the Productivity and Efficiency of Grain Producers in the North China Plain: Taking Cangxian County of Hebei Province as an Example
WANG Xue, and LI Xiubin
Land fragmentation is widely known to have an impact on farm performance. However, previous studies investigating this impact mainly focused on a single crop, and only limited data from China are available. This study considers multiple crops to identify the impact of land fragmentation (LF), as well as cropping system
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 580 (2020)
Impact of Wheat Price Changes on Farmers’ Willingness to Participate in Fallow
CHENG Hao, and XIE Hualin
After operating for four years, the fallow project in the groundwater funnel area of the North China Plain has produced an initial water-saving effect. However, groundwater funnel remediation is a long-term process, and grain price changes over time may affect farmers’ willingness to participate in fallow. Based on the
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 589 (2020)
Temporal and Spatial Characteristics and Optimization of the Intensive Use of Cultivated Land in Maoming City
CHEN Shiyin, and MA Zhiyu
Improving the level of intensive cultivated land use is an important measure to ensure food security and promote the sustainable development of the regional society and economy. Based on data from the statistical yearbook of Maoming City and its counties and districts from 2005 to 2018 and the land use change database
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 598 (2020)
Effect of Land Use and Land Cover Change on the Changes in Net Primary Productivity in Karst Areas of Southwest China: A Case Study of Huanjiang Maonan Autonomous County
ZHANG Mengyu, ZHANG Li, REN Xiaoli, HE Honglin, LV Yan, WANG Junbang, and YAN Huimin
Karst areas in southwest China have experienced significant land cover and land use change (LUCC) due to utilization for human activity and a comprehensive rocky desertification control project (RDCP) since 2008. It is important to quantify the effect of LUCC on ecosystem productivity in this region for assessing the o
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 606 (2020)
Functional Zoning Mode and Management Measures of Qianjiangyuan National Park based on Ecological Sensitivity Evaluation
LIU Qingqing, and YU Hu
Functional zoning is an important guarantee for regulating the land use intensity of national parks and maintaining the integrity and stability of natural ecosystem. In this paper, we tease out of the functional zoning models and methods based on the empirical analysis of the world national parks, and then take the Qia
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 617 (2020)
Supporting the Development of Homestay Tourism in the Yangtze River Delta: A Study based on Tourists’ Perceived Value
LONG Fei, and ZHU He
Homestay tourism has begun to flourish throughout the country, becoming a model of tourism innovation and upgrading, and attracting increasing amounts of capital. Through the collection and analysis of tourist questionnaire data for key cities in the Yangtze River Delta, and based on the theory of tourists' perceiv
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 624 (2020)
Space Changes in the Rural Tourism Area of Mufu Town, Hubei Province, China
TAO Hui, GAO Jing, and CHEN Kaiqiang
In a society dominated by tourism consumption, space changes occurring in rural areas can generally reflect their social changes. On the theoretical basis of flow, regeneration and adaptation of rural tourism space, this paper originally and creatively proposes that the spatial elements in a rural tourist area can be c
Journal of Resources and Ecology
  • Publication Date: Nov. 30, 2020
  • Vol.11 Issue, 6 633 (2020)