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    10 June 2015, Volume 34 Issue 6 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    Orginal Article
    Spatio-temperal Characteristics of Internal Coordination of Intensive Urban Land Use:A Case Study of the Downtown of Wuhan
    Hui FAN, Wei-dong LIU, Ze-bin WU
    2015, 34 (6):  696-704.  doi: 10.13249/j.cnki.sgs.2014.06.696
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    According to the structure-function relationship theory of system science, we established a evaluation index system of intensive urban land use, and analyzed the internal coordination characteristics of land intensive use of Wuhan downtown from 1996 to 2011. This article also investigated the influences of land use structure and land use function on the level of land intensive use. The results show that: 1) The coordination between land use structure and land use function in the downtown of Wuhan is gradually enhanced, but the land use function has been lagging behind the land use structure, which hinders the enhancement of the level of land intensive use. 2) The coordination between land use target and land use intensity gradually increases. At the previous stage of this study, the land use target was ahead of the land use intensity. At the later study period, the relationship between them is opposite. The coordination between land use static structure and land use dynamic change is relatively stable, but the speed of relative development between them fluctuated. 3) The local coordination between the level of land intensive use and land use structure gradually increases. Besides, the stages of coordination development also improve moderately. The local coordination between the level of land intensive use and land use function improves continually, while the stages of coordination development have no significant change. 4) The level of land intensive use in the downtown of Wuhan gradually increases, and it increases faster especially in the latter half study period. 5) There exists remarkable positive correlation between the level of urban land intensive use and the land use structure-function coordination, and the former has great influence on the latter. Both land use structure and land use function have strong positive correlations with the land use structure-function coordination, and the effect of land use structure on the coordination is less than that of land use function.

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