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Multifunctional land-use value mapping and space type classification: A case study of Puge County China
Peng Li1; Wang Xuxi2; Chen Tiantian1
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AbstractLand exhibits diverse functions under the combined influence of natural and human forces. A production-living-ecology functional classification system was constructed by integrating land ecosystem and landscape functions. The land functional value was calculated by systematically integrating ecosystem service value assessments. The primary and secondary functions as well as combinations of different land-use types were determined using vertical and horizontal comparison methods. The production-living-ecology ranges were then delineated in Puge County which is a typical mountain county in China. The production-living-ecology functions identified were well connected with the current land-use types. The "production-living-ecology" space in Puge County showed obvious multifunctionality and agglomeration. The function identification system proposed in this paper integrated multiple methods overcame the difficulty of direct quantitative identification of land functions. The methods used to map and quantify land function will enhance our ability to understand and model land system changes and adequately inform policies and planning. Summary for Managers The function valuation method constructed in this paper could be used to reflect the multifunctionality and importance of land use and provide guidance and a quantitative basis for regional development planning. The spatial classification results provided in this paper could offer a valuable reference for the land management department to scientifically formulate land use planning. Under the goal of creating a group-type urban development pattern and constructing an ecological protection pattern in Puge County the hotspot analysis results of this paper can provide decision-making tools and alternative spatial plans.
Keywordecosystem services landscape function mountain county multifunctionality production-living-ecology space
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Corresponding AuthorWang Xuxi
Affiliation1.Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu, China;
2.College of Land and Resource, China West Normal University, Nanchong, China
First Author Affilication中国科学院水利部成都山地灾害与环境研究所
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Peng Li,Wang Xuxi,Chen Tiantian. Multifunctional land-use value mapping and space type classification: A case study of Puge County China[J]. NATURAL RESOURCE MODELING,2019,32(4):e12212.
APA Peng Li,Wang Xuxi,&Chen Tiantian.(2019).Multifunctional land-use value mapping and space type classification: A case study of Puge County China.NATURAL RESOURCE MODELING,32(4),e12212.
MLA Peng Li,et al."Multifunctional land-use value mapping and space type classification: A case study of Puge County China".NATURAL RESOURCE MODELING 32.4(2019):e12212.
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