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《Journal of Shandong Agricultural University(Natural Science Edition)》 2018-06
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Investigation of Formation, Evolution and Driving Mechanism on Country Landscape Environment

PANG Jun;College of Arts/Taishan University;  
In order to do a good job in the management, improvement and promotion of rural landscape environment,promote the construction of new countryside and beautiful countryside, and realize the goal of rural ecological civilization and well-off society, this paper probes into the formation, development and evolution law of rural landscape environment and its driving mechanism in view of the current situation and problems in China's rural areas. The research shows that the formation and evolution of rural landscape environment generally undergoes four stages: initial formation, rich development,relative stability and gradual decline. Its driving mechanism is a succession mechanism of rural landscape environment system driven by the interaction between natural shadow driving force system and human disturbance force system.Scientific regulation and control of driving force system can promote the benign operation of succession mechanism and realize the coordinated development of rural landscape environment system.
【Fund】: 泰安市科技发展计划项目(2015kZC1054);; 泰山学院博士基金项目(2015ZC1054)
【CateGory Index】: TU982.29
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