Landscape Ecological Planning Management and Ecological Regulation in Small Towns

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 217)

Abstract

The climate in northern China is cold, and there is relatively discrete distribution of small towns. Because of the climate in the north region, the ecological environment of the small towns is different from that of the south. In response to our national policy, to drive local economic and development strategy requires the development of small towns; owing to the cold climate in the northern small towns, landscape ecological planning and management and eco-regulation are very important. In this paper, the overall planning and management are based on landscape ecology principles, other technology and small towns’ landscape ecosystem to build the index system of urban landscape spatial pattern. This paper undergoes the analysis of the northern areas of urban ecological planning from a quantitative and qualitative point of view in order to make the establishment of small town’s landscape ecological control system and policies to meet the cold regions of northern small town landscape ecological planning requirements and promote the economic development of small towns.

Keywords

Northern region Small town landscape Ecological planning and management Ecological regulation 

Notes

Acknowledgments

The search was supported by the Eleventh Five-Year Science and Technology program of Department of Education in Jilin Province with the number 405 [2009] and was named The research on the ecological planning and design of small towns’ landscape in the northern cold region.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.School of Art DesignJilin Architectural and Civil Engineering InstituteChangchunChina

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