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2020
Volume: 42 Issue 2
17 Article(s)

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Rural development types of counties in China and historical change
ZHANG Zhengfeng, and ZHANG Aman
In the new era of socioeconomic development in China, examining the types of rural development is an important task in implementing the strategy of rural revitalization. The purpose of this study was to trace the temporal and spatial changes of rural development types at the county level in China in order to identify t
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 207 (2020)
Effects of farmers’ credit demand rationing on the adoption of agricultural technologies that improve cultivated land quality:An analysis based on the moderating effect of farmer differentiation
WEI Hao, XIA Ying, LI Yun, LV Kaiyu, and WANG Haiying
Promoting farmers’ adoption of agricultural technologies that can improve the quality of cultivated land is important for the construction of high standard farmland. At present, credit demand rationing may cause the lack of capital investment of farming households in China. This study used the survey data of 957 grain
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 217 (2020)
National park ticket pricing based on double-bounded dichotomous contingent valuation method for the Jiaozhou Bay National Marine Park
LI Jingmei, DING Zhongxian, XU Wanting, XU Zhihua, and SHAN Jingzhu
The construction of national parks is an important part of building an ecological civilization. Ticket pricing is a hot topic in the pilot and construction of the national park system. We chose the Jiaozhou Bay National Marine Park, located in Shandong Province, China, as the research area, and used double-bounded dich
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 232 (2020)
A model of shared responsibility of watershed ecological compensation: A case study of the Jiuzhoujiang River Basin
WANG Xiqin, GAO Jia, MA Shuqin, and LIU Zigang
Determining the proportion of shared responsibility is the most significant issue in the practice of watershed ecological compensation. According to the stages of river pollution control and ecological restoration, a model of three stages watershed ecological compensation responsibility sharing is proposed, which invol
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 242 (2020)
Corruption in the exploitation of natural resources and effect of institution
ZHAO Weiwei, and BAI Yongxiu
In this study, the relationship between natural resources and corruption is theoretically deduced and tested empirically with provincial data in China. Theoretical analysis shows that the particularities of natural resources and the inevitable resource benefits are the starting point of corruption in resource-rich regi
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 251 (2020)
Delimiting urban development boundaries in metropolitan fringe with economic and ecological perspectives:A case study of Panyu District, Guangzhou City
CAO Jing, ZHANG Wenzhong, and LIU Junjie
Delimiting the boundary of urban development can help to protect important ecological areas and natural resources, guide the efficient and orderly construction, prevent inefficient spread, optimize the spatial pattern of urban construction, and improve the level of land resource conservation and intensive use. This stu
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 262 (2020)
Effects of agricultural land transfer on rural poverty reduction from the perspective of poverty vulnerability
ZUO Xiaofan, and LU Jixia
Based on the 2016 China Family Panel Studies (CFPS) data, this study measured the poverty vulnerability of Chinese rural residents by constructing a feasible least squares (FGLS) model, using farmers’ risk of poverty in the future as a measure of poverty, and using propensity score matching (PSM) method to study the po
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 274 (2020)
Decision-making mechanism simulation of farmers’ land investment behavior in suburbs based on structural equation modeling-system dynamics
REN Li, WU Meng, GAN Chenlin, and CHEN Yinrong
Under the background of rural land institution reform and labor force transfer into cities, farmers are undergoing the transformation from the traditional role of agricultural production labor force to the new role of agricultural management decision makers. Given the characteristics of high cost, high labor input, and
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Farmers’ recessive land occupation behavior and homestead reform path
HUANG Li
In the vast rural areas of China, there exists famers’ recessive land occupation behavior against relevant laws and regulations, such as one household having several residences, one person having one house, building new houses without relocating from existing ones, and occupation exceeding approved amount of land, whic
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Methane fugitive emissions from coal mining and post-mining activities in China
MA Cuimei, DAI Erfu, LIU Yichen, WANG Yahui, and WANG Fang
Methane (CH4) is a major greenhouse gas (GHG) after carbon dioxide (CO2), and coal mining and post-mining activities are the largest sources of CH4 fugitive emissions in China. It is of great significance for China to prepare high-quality national GHG inventory and formulate targeted GHG emission control measures throu
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Spatiotemporal changes of carbon emissions in high-carbon manufacturing industry in China and driving factors
WANG Xia, ZHANG Lijun, QIN Yaochen, and ZHANG Jingfei
Studying the carbon emissions of high-carbon manufacturing industry is helpful for promoting the sustainable development of China’s industries. Using the energy consumption data of China’s provincial manufacturing industry, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) carbon emission coefficient method, spatial aut
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Research on the “congestion effect” in China’s water resources input
SUN Caizhi, and WANG Chen
Under the framework of total factor production, this study defined the concept of water resources input congestion. Based on the FGL (F?re, Grosskopf, and Lovell) model, this study identified the “congestion” of water resources input in 31 provinces of China’s mainland from 2000 to 2016, separated the inefficiency caus
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Surface runoff changes and their causes in the Russian pan-Arctic Region
WANG Guan, CHEN Hanru, WANG Ping, WANG Tianye, YU Jingjie, LIU Changming, and YANG Linsheng
Using the surface runoff data from the Global Runoff Data Base (GRDB) and the Arctic Great Rivers Observatory (ArcticGRO), this study analyzed the surface runoff variation characteristics of the six major river basins in the pan-Arctic region of Russia since 1930, and summarized the impacts of climate change and human
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Evaluation of water resources carrying capacity in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region based on quantity-quality-water bodies-flow
YU Haozhe, LI Lijuan, and LI Jiuyi
The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region has low per capita water resources, high water use pressure, and prominent water resources problems. Therefore, it is urgent to carry out a comprehensive evaluation of water resources carrying capacity in this area in order to provide some theoretical basis and practical experience for
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 2 358 (2020)
Plastic resources metabolism in China based on material flow analysis
LUAN Xiaoyu, LIU Wei, CUI Zhaojie, LIU Yeye, CHEN Yuedong, LU Sheng, and WANG Yubiao
With the rapid growth of the production and consumption of plastics, the waste and pollution of plastics become increasingly more serious. It is important to study the metabolic process of plastic resources to save the resources and protect the environment. Based on the material flow analysis method, a material flow an
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Spatiotemporal differentiation of green economic efficiency of resource-based cities in arid area
HU Bowei, ZHOU Liang, WANG Zhonghui, CHE Lei, and ZHANG Mengyao
The evaluation of green economic efficiency is of great significance for evaluating the green development quality and economic transformation effect of resource-based cities in arid regions. This study built an input-output index system based on green development level and used the SBM-Undesirable and Malmquist-Luenber
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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Evaluation of human settlement environmental suitability in Tibet based on gridded data
YOU Zhen, FENG Zhiming, YANG Yanzhao, SHI Hui, and LI Peng
The natural environment of human settlements is the basis of human development, while the scientific evaluation of human settlement natural environment is not only the premise to improve the carrying capacity of resources and environment but also the basic work to achieve sustainable development. Based on previous rese
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  • Publication Date: Feb. 25, 2020
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