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2020
Volume: 42 Issue 4
13 Article(s)

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Quantitative analysis of knowledge maps of natural resources accounting and assessment research in China based on CiteSpace
LAN Man, LIN Aiwen, JIN Tian, and LUO Liting
Using the literature from the Web of Science (WOS) and the China National Knowledge Infrastructure (CNKI) databases and the CiteSpace software as an analytical tool, this study analyzed the national distribution and hotspots of the publications from international natural resources accounting and assessment research, an
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 621 (2020)
Actor-Centred Power Theory in forest governance
ZHAO Jiacheng, ZHANG Pei, BA Feng, MAX Krott, and LIU Jinlong
The rapid development of the world economy and society, the reduction of forest area, forest degradation, and other ecological and environmental issues have become significantly prominent. The forest has become an important stage for the game of different actors. In order to analyze the social network relationship in t
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 636 (2020)
Regional governance of targeted poverty alleviation in China
DU Guoming, LI Chun, and HE Renwei
The great practice of China’s targeted poverty alleviation and reduction strategy has promoted the continuous improvement of regional poverty governance ideas. On the basis of summarizing the dialectical relationship between individual poverty alleviation and regional poverty alleviation, poverty-stricken areas and reg
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 649 (2020)
Research progress on the evaluation of post-disaster recovery and reconstruction plan implementation
ZHAO Liang, and HE Fanneng
With intensified human activities, natural disasters have become more frequent, and post-disaster recovery and reconstruction have received widespread attention. Recovery and reconstruction planning is an essential public policy to guide post-disaster recovery and reconstruction, and the evaluation of its implementatio
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 661 (2020)
Spatiotemporal characteristics and formation mechanism of rural residential land transition from the perspective of human-land relationship
SHANG Ran, QU Yanbo, and JIANG Huailong
Land use transition (LUT) provides theoretical and practical guidance for the regulation of the conflicts in human-land relationship in the process of social and economic development. As an important part of rural land use, rural residential areas are closely related to the migration and movement of rural population. S
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 672 (2020)
Farmers’ homestead exit behavior based on perceived value theory:A case of Jinzhai County in Anhui Province
HU Yingen, YANG Chunmei, DONG Wenjing, QI Qi, ZHANG Ye, and LIN Shuda
In the context of urban and rural construction land expansion, the paid withdrawal of homestead is important to improve the efficiency of rural construction land use, and the decision-making behavior of farmers is the key to the policy implementation of paid withdrawal of homestead. Based on the perspective of farmers
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 685 (2020)
Influencing factors and spatial differentiation of cultivated land abandonment at the household scale
GUO Beibei, FANG Yelin, and ZHOU Yinkang
At present, China’s food security situation is grim because cultivated land is the basis of food security, but abandoned cultivated land has become a common phenomenon of land use change. This study used the panel data of household survey in China to analyze the change of cultivated land use behavior and influencing fa
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 696 (2020)
Vitality assessment of mountainous cities based on multi-source data: A case of Chongqing Municipality, China
MING Yujia, LIU Yong, and ZHOU Jiasong
With the rapid urbanization in China, the emergence of urban diseases has led to the decline of urban quality and urban vitality. Urban vitality provides a new perspective for the study of urban issues. The use of big data provides an accurate and efficient means for the study of urban vitality. Based on the dimensions
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 710 (2020)
Spatiotemporal differentiation and influencing mechanism of urban land development intensity in the Yangtze River Delta
YANG Qingke, DUAN Xuejun, JIN Zhifeng, WANG Lei, and WANG Yazhu
Urban land development intensity is a comprehensive reflection of the present situation of land use and the starting point of sustainable utilization in the future. It is also a comprehensive index reflecting the breadth of urban land development and carrying capacity of population and social and economic development.
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 723 (2020)
Research on the promotion of poverty alleviation resources input to the distribution justice of poverty-stricken areas
GUAN Rui, WANG Qian, and YU Jin
Precision poverty alleviation policy, as a special public policy benefiting some poor people, is essentially fair. Under the background of the widening income gaps in rural areas, the positive role of precise poverty alleviation policy in promoting distribution equity urgently needs to be tested. Using the sample data
Resources Science
  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 735 (2020)
An empirical analysis on the development status and influencing factors of facility agriculture of large-scale farmers
HAN Xudong, WANG Ruonan, CUI Mengyi, and ZHENG Fengtian
Facility agriculture is a symbol of agricultural modernization and an important way to improve the quality and efficiency of agricultural products and production. As the leader and innovator of modern agriculture, large-scale farmers can greatly promote the development of facility agriculture. Using Probit and Tobit mo
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 749 (2020)
Influence of technology cognition and risk perception on the willingness to adopt soil and water conservation tillage technologies and its intergenerational differences
LIU Li, CHU Liqi, and JIANG Zhide
Farmers’ cognition and risk perception of soil and water loss are the key factors influencing adoption willingness for soil and water conservation tillage technology in the Loess Plateau. Exploring the effects of the two factors is conducive to improve technology adoption, control of soil and water loss, reduce sedimen
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 763 (2020)
The impact of urban sprawl on green total factor productivity in China
SHAO Hanhua, and XIA Haibo
: Improving the quality of urban development is the essence of high-quality economic development at the present stage. Urban sprawl in the process of urbanization in China has become an important factor that affects the quality of urban development. Using panel data of 285 cities in China from 2004 to 2017, this study
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  • Publication Date: Apr. 25, 2020
  • Vol.42 Issue, 4 790 (2020)