地理科学 ›› 1986, Vol. 6 ›› Issue (2): 110-118.doi: 10.13249/j.cnki.sgs.1986.02.110
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Abstract: The author argues that there shouldn’t occur any essential change(shifting) in the overall plan of the industrial productive allocation and it is inappropriate to set the more balancing regional development as the major target during the rest of the century. Since the production of industrial enterprises, either mining. raw material production or its processing, emerges from and agglomerates on geographical points and is connected each other by linear infra-structures, identification of the major industrial regions means the defining of key axes of development. By means of axes development an optimum spatial combination of the allocation of industry and that of transportation can be realized. Through analysis the author concludes that the most effective pattern of the spatial organization of industry is a point-axis system consisting of two first-order key developing axes, i. e, the coastal belt and the Yangtze River banks, and eight second-order developing axes. Another strategic measure to promote the development of industry is the small-scale adjustment of the rpatial structure of the large and medium-sized cities and industrial agglomerations.
陆大道. 二○○○年我国工业生产力布局总图的科学基础[J]. 地理科学, 1986, 6(2): 110-118.
Lu Dadao. SCIENTIFIC BASIS FOR THE OVERALL PLAN OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTIVE ALLOCATION OF CHINA UP TO 2000[J]. SCIENTIA GEOGRAPHICA SINICA, 1986, 6(2): 110-118.
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