Rethinking the Man-Land Relations in China

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August 2023
388 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8669-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8668-7 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Rethinking the Man-Land Relations in China that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences

This Special Issue seeks to re-examine these changes in land relations in transitional China and rethink our understanding of human-environment interactions in both urban and rural areas, thus advancing theories in land-use science as a major component of land management and sustainability science.

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border area; ecological security; spatiotemporal evolution; sustainable development; Yunnan Province; carbon emission; carbon neutrality; land use change; Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei; LMDI; high-speed rail; cropland abandonment; off-farm employment; migration; urbanization; land use; multi-functionality of cultivated land; breadbasket; spatiotemporal variation; coupling–coordination degree; influencing factors; agricultural land; land use; soil erosion; RUSLE; hilly region; oasis; cultivated land function; trade-off and synergy; multi-function management; Xinjiang; land-use conflicts; “production–living–ecological space”; landscape ecological risk; man-land relations; cultivated land-use transition (CLUT); spatial morphology; functional morphology; drive mechanism; main grain-producing areas; coupling coordination degree model; “production–living–ecological” functions; human activity intensity; the synchronous development model; sustainable revitalization; green development practices; rural human–earth system science; arid areas man–land relation; Yanchi County; China; migrant workers; immigrants; land shortage; labor shortage; land transfer; vulnerability as expected poverty; farm households; heterogeneity; environmental decentralization; urban construction land supply; fiscal decentralization; political centralization; desertification; Albedo-NDVI; feature space; climate change; human activity; Gonghe Basin; PLEFs; spatiotemporal evolution; ecological niche theory; coupling coordination; Chongqing City; human appropriation of net primary production (HANPP); urban and rural development; land use change; human activities; China; rural regional system; rural transformation development; poverty-stricken areas; human–land relationship; rural revitalization; Yanshan-Taihang Mountains; urbanization quality; ecosystem services; coupling coordination; spatial-temporal variations; Lanzhou–Xining urban agglomeration; production-living-ecological function; land use; water use; ecosystem service value; rural–urban transition; urban and rural integration; urban and rural relations; rural and urban disparities; China; n/a

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