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RETRACTED ARTICLE: Research on soil structure analysis and VR game experience of Ocean city based on image resolution

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Abstract

After 1950, Casuarina equisetifolia was introduced into coastal areas as a windbreak forest and sand-fixing forest, adjusted the balance of the ecosystem, and played an irreplaceable role in resisting disasters and protecting coastal land. Casuarina equisetifolia is the main tree species in coastal protected forests in Fujian Province. However, due to long-term pure forest management and human intervention, the acidification of forest land is serious, soil nutrients are unbalanced, soil fertility is reduced, reforestation becomes difficult, and the stability and sustainable management of coastal windbreak forests are insufficient. Therefore, forestry in a certain region chose the contrast of bare sand and used it as the research object to study the physical and chemical properties of soil, and to study soil enzyme activity in pure casuarina forest, mixed forest of Casuarina equisetifolia and Ginger ginger, and natural secondary the vegetation restoration model in the three cases of forest. Investigate the soil microbial characteristics under different restoration modes, and the degraded sandy soil properties under different vegetation restoration modes. This research is based on the theoretical basis of restoring vegetation on the deteriorating sandy land along the southeast coast, and provides a theoretical basis for the construction of coastal protection belts for natural forests. In recent years, virtual reality (VR) technology has been applied in various fields, achieving large-scale commercialization. So far, the research of VR game user experience has mainly focused on usability, VR technology research, effect analysis, immersion and so on. Maintaining user mobility will help optimize user experience and improve VR game design.

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Li, Z., Yu, X. RETRACTED ARTICLE: Research on soil structure analysis and VR game experience of Ocean city based on image resolution. Arab J Geosci 14, 1653 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12517-021-07829-2

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Keywords

  • Image resolution
  • Ocean city
  • Soil structure
  • VR game experience