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International Journal of Frontiers in Engineering Technology, 2020, 2(3); doi: 10.25236/IJFET.2020.020302.

Driving Analysis of Spatiotemporal Change of Land Use in Production-Living-Ecology Space in Shendong Mining Area


Yangnan Guo1, Ruowei Li2, Jing Chen1, G Chen3, ⁎, Bin. Li1, Qiang. L1, J. Chang1, M. Wang2

Corresponding Author:
G Chen

1 Technology Research Institute, Shenhua Shendong Coal Group Co., Ltd., Yulin 719315, China
2 College of Grassland, Resources and Environment, Inner Mongolia Agriculture University, Hohhot, 010018, China
3 Desert Science and Engineering College, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, 010018, China
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Land is the carrier of human survival and development. With the development and utilization of land resources, the types of land resources have changed significantly. In order to more clearly analyze the temporal and spatial change of land resources in Shendong mining area, we classified the land types into four types, namely ecological space (Eco), ecological production space (E-P), production ecological space (P-E) and production and living space (P-L). The changes of land use types also reflect the direction of resource development and protection in Shendong area. Based on the land use transfer matrix, correlation coefficient and principal component analysis, this paper analyzes the spatial and temporal changes of land resources in Shendong coal mining area from 1980 to 2015. It is found that the single ecological space scope in this area has been reduced, while the ecological leading production land range is large, and the ecological land scope with production as the main purpose is also decreasing. Because Shendong coal mine area belongs to the town layout form of combining production and living, although the space accounts for a small area of the total land, with the development of production, the space of this land increases sharply. Combined with correlation analysis and principal component analysis, we conclude that the main driving factors driving the transformation of land use types in Shendong mining area are the financial policy, the level of science and technology and the growth of non-agricultural industry.


production-living-ecology space; land use type exchange; Shendong Mining Area

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Yangnan Guo, Ruowei Li, Jing Chen, G Chen, Bin. Li, Qiang. L, J. Chang, M. Wang. Driving Analysis of Spatiotemporal Change of Land Use in Production-Living-Ecology Space in Shendong Mining Area. International Journal of Frontiers in Engineering Technology (2020), Vol. 2, Issue 3: 16-30. https://doi.org/10.25236/IJFET.2020.020302.


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