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《Journal of Beijing Forestry Unversity (Social Sciences)》 2005-01
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Study on Land Use Changes Driven by Social Development and Science-Technology Progress in Farming-Grazing Transitional Belt

HAI Chun-xing~1,2,3 , ZHOU Xin-cheng1, GUAN Wen-bin11.College of Soil and Water Conservation, Beijing Forestry University,100083,P.R.China; 2.Key Laboratory of Soil and Water Conservation and Desertification Combating, Ministry of Education, Beijing Forestry University, 100083, P. R. China; 3.College of Geographical Sciences, Inner Mongolia Normal University, Hohhot 010022, P.R.China  
The way that land is used is one of the major factors affecting global changes. And the land use changes are the most prominent in the farming-grazing transitional belt in North China. The paper, based on some others' previous research results and the authors' own field investigations conducted in the belt, summarizes the factors affecting land uses changes in the belt into three categories with 18 elements, each of which has a certain influence on the force driving the changes of land uses. The study finds that though the driving elements are varied they are all related to the social development and science-technology progresses. The land use changes are driven by different factors in different directions and to different extents in the course of alterations depending on the environmental features and specific farming-grazing production procedures in different areas. Positive driving forces in land use changes should be made full use of with the progressing of technology so that the driven result should be the steady improvement of ecosystem and sustainable use of land resources. Otherwise a series of ecological and social problems would occur.
【Fund】: 内蒙古自治区高等学校重点科学领域研究项目(项目编号:NJ03034);; 中国博士后基金资助项目(项目编号:2004035035)资助。
【CateGory Index】: S159
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