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《Science of Surveying and Mapping》 2016-12
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Spatial patterns and driving forces of population urbanization in the Yangtze River economic zone

ZHANG Zhiran;LIU Jiping;ZHAO Yangyang;QIU Agen;Chinese Academy of Surveying and Mapping;Liaoning Technical University;  
According to the lack of spatial variability analysis of population urbanization under the driving force,an evaluation index system was established in this paper.Based on the socio-economic and environment data,this evaluation index system includes four types of driving forces:economy,society,environment and land,which are using cities as basic units.Combining with ESDA and GWR methods,spatial patterns,driving factors and the spatial heterogeneity of population urbanization quantitatively were analyzed.The results indicated that the differences between cities' population urbanization were significant,the spatial agglomeration was very obvious and a spatial patterns were discovered,which were concentrated layers,East-West dichotomy,center linkage,evident gradient.Meanwhile,the results presented significant spatial heterogeneity of the effect of driving factors,and environment and economic factors were the main driving factors for the urbanization development of the Yangtze River economic belt.Moreover,the impact's degree and trends of the driving factors could objectively reflect the spatial impacts of economic,social,environment and land development on urbanization.
【Fund】: 测绘地理信息公益性行业科研专项(201512032);; 中国测绘科学研究院基本科研项目(7771414)
【CateGory Index】: C924.2
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