Urban-Rural Difference of the Coupling Between Social-Economic Development and Landscape Pattern in Chengdu Plain
Taking Chengdu plain as the research object, using 2014 TM image and the data of social economic development, from the perspective of urban and suburban, studied the differences of the coupling relationships between landscape pattern and economic development in the studying area, the results are as follows: the coupling degree show that the coupling degree Chengdu plain is 0.411, the coupling coordination degree is 0.332, which is high strength and low coordination. The coupling degree is 0.498 and the coupling coordination degree is 0.436 in the urban, which is high strength and normal coordination. The coupling degree is 0.342 and the coupling coordination degree is 0.325 in the suburban, which is low strength and low coordination. The coupling differences in urban and rural between the economic development and landscape pattern is because the result by natural conditions and human activities, the human economic activity is the leading cause of urban and rural landscape pattern differences.
KeywordsLandscape pattern Social-economic Coupling model Chengdu plain
This study were founded by Geographic National Condition Monitoring Engineering Research Center of Sichuan Province of China (No.GC201518) and Natural Science Research Major Projects of colleges and universities in Jiangsu province (14KJA170006).
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