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Temporal and spatial variation characteristics of disaster resilience in Southwest China's mountainous regions against the background of urbanization 期刊论文
NATURAL HAZARDS, 2020, 页码: DOI: 10.1007/s11069-020-04155-w
Authors:  Huang Pei;  Pan Hongyi;  Peng Li;  Chen Tiantian;  Xu Jie
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Disaster resilience  Urbanization  Projection pursuit clustering (PPC) model  Spatial autocorrelation  Mountainous areas in China's Southwest  
The effect of risk perception on the willingness to purchase hazard insurance-A case study in the Three Gorges Reservoir region, China 期刊论文
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF DISASTER RISK REDUCTION, 2020, 卷号: 45, 页码: 101379
Authors:  Yang Fan;  Tan Jing;  Peng Li
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Mountain hazard insurance  Risk perception  Prospect theory  Risk reduction  PLS-SEM  
Has Rural Migration Weakened Agricultural Cultivation? Evidence from the Mountains of Southwest China 期刊论文
AGRICULTURE-BASEL, 2020, 卷号: 10, 期号: 3, 页码: 63
Authors:  Zhang Shaoyao;  Deng Wei;  Peng Li;  Zhou Peng;  Liu Ying
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genetic adaptation  positively selected gene  fast evolving gene  high elevation  karst cave  environmental gradient  
Ecosystem Health: Assessment Framework, Spatial Evolution, and Regional Optimization in Southwest China 期刊论文
CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 30, 期号: 1, 页码: 142-156
Authors:  Zhang Hao;  Sun Jian;  Deng Wei;  Peng Li
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ecosystem health  spatiotemporal pattern  pressure-state-response (PSR)  standard deviational ellipse  mountain area  
人文自然耦合视角下过渡性地理空间概念内涵与属性和研究框架 期刊论文
地理研究, 2020, 卷号: 39, 期号: 4, 页码: 761-771
Authors:  邓伟;  张少尧;  张昊;  彭立;  刘颖
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人文自然耦合  过渡性地理空间  地理编解码  色差渐变  地理空间属性表征  
人文自然耦合视角下过渡性地理空间概念、内涵与属性和研究框架 期刊论文
地理研究, 2020, 卷号: 039, 期号: 004, 页码: 761-771
Authors:  邓伟;  张少尧;  张昊;  彭立;  刘颖
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人文自然耦合  过渡性地理空间  地理编解码  色差渐变  地理空间属性表征  
Spatiotemporal Characteristics of Rural Labor Migration in China: Evidence from the Migration Stability under New-type Urbanization 期刊论文
CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 30, 期号: 5, 页码: 749-764
Authors:  Deng Wei;  Zhang Shaoyao;  Zhou Peng;  Peng Li;  Liu Ying;  Wan Jiangjun
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migration stability  rural labor  Geodetector  spatiotemporal characteristics  new-type urbanization  
The coupling mechanism between the suitable space and rural settlements considering the effect of mountain hazards in the upper Minjiang River basin 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MOUNTAIN SCIENCE, 2020, 卷号: 17, 期号: 11, 页码: 2774-2783
Authors:  Liu, Ying;  Deng, Wei;  Peng, Li
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Coupling Mechanism  Sustainable Development  Remote Sensing  China  
From multifunctionality to sustainable cultivated land development? A three-dimensional trade-off model tested in Panxi region of southwestern China 期刊论文
NATURAL RESOURCE MODELING, 2020, 页码: DOI: 10.1111/1365-2745.13468
Authors:  Chen Tiantian;  Peng Li;  Wang Qiang
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multifunctionality of cultivated land  multiobjective decision-making  Panxi region  three-dimensional model  trade-off  
Linking Ecosystem Services to Land Use Decisions: Policy Analyses, Multi-Scenarios, and Integrated Modelling 期刊论文
ISPRS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GEO-INFORMATION, 2020, 卷号: 9, 期号: 3, 页码: 154
Authors:  Peng Li;  Chen Tiantian;  Wang Qiang;  Deng Wei
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ecosystem services (ESs)  land use optimization  multi-scenarios  spatial allocation  ecological protection