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《Geographical Research》 2018-09
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Spatial-temporal characteristics and influencing factors of population distribution and floating changes in Beijing-TianjinHebei region

WANG Jing;LIU Benteng;LI Yurui;Beijing Academy of Social Sciences;School of Design Art, Lanzhou University of Technology;Key Laboratory of Regional Sustainable Development Modeling, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS;Center for Assessment and Research on Targeted Poverty Alleviation, CAS;  
Based on multiple types of data and using qualitative and quantitative analysis, the paper analyzes the spatial-temporal characteristics and influencing factors of population changes in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei(BTH) region from the two aspects of population distribution patterns and population floating in long and short periods. The main results are summed up as follows:(1) BTH region presents an obvious population distribution characteristic, which is influenced by physiographical conditions and traffic location factors; Beijing-Tianjin region reflects the prominent circle features, which is due to social and economic development; and Hebei lacks a mature regional sub-center. From 2000 to 2010, the population of this region is characterized by a significant growth.(2) Over a long period of time, the vitality of population floating has increased and the pattern of population floating is more concentrated. Over a short period of time, Beijing and Tianjin have become the hottest cities of population inflow and outflow respectively in China. The population floating among Beijing, Tianjin and Langfang is the most active, while the Beijing-centered population floating is relatively active.(3) The main influencing factors of the spatial-temporal change of population over a long period of time include human capital accumulation, industrial structure, urbanization, initial economic development level, rurality and public services, geographical location, central city radiation and topographic relief. Holidays and seasons are the important superimposed factors that affect the direction and quantity of short-term population movements.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(41731286);; 北京市社会科学院一般课题(2017C4586);; 北京市中国特色社会主义理论体系研究中心一般项目(16ZT004)
【CateGory Index】: C924.2
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