Landscape Ecology

More fragmentized urban form more CO$_2$ emissions? A comprehensive relationship from the combination analysis across different scales

The “Scale effect” has always been the hot topic in landscape ecology research. Although, there are many studies on the driving force of urban environmental problems by using landscape metrics. Most studies are carried out in regional, continental and global scales. However, in this study, we explored the relationship between the urban form fragmentation and $CO_2$ emissions in the city scale from the perspective of dual resolution sizes and summarized the research conclusions that can be used in urban internal management based on the analysis results of small towns.

Creating a Carbon Source and Sink Map by Coupling an Ecological Process Model with an Emission Inventory to Study a Carbon Balance

Cities are typical sources of carbon and a focus of climate-change mitigation. Although there is great potential for reducing emissions in cities, constructing low-carbonemission cities under the carbon-emission reduction target of the 2016 Paris …

The Scale Effect, Zoning Effect of Geographical Features, the Modified Areal Unit Problem and the Chanlleges of Spatial Stastistics

The modified aureal unit problem(MAUP) is a traditional scientific problem in geography and ecology. How MAUP influence the results?

Landscape-Scale Simulation Analysis of Waterlogging and Sponge City Planning for a Central Urban Area in Fuzhou City, China

We want to know how the pattern of grassland and water influence the hydrological process of cities.

The Environmental Effect of Urban Form on PM2.5, A Case Study of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Urban Agglomeration

This study analyzed the environmental effect of urban form on PM2.5 by multi-sources data.

The Environmental Effect of Urban Form on PM2.5: A Case Study of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Urban Agglomerations(Chinese)

Urban Carbon Cycle

We used machine learning, spatial statistics, ecological process model and remote sensing to construct map of urban carbon cycle.

The Simulation Analysis of Waterlogging and the Sponge City Planning Control of Central Urabn Area in Fuzhou City

In the new normal period of economic transition in China, The Government decision-making, which promoted the idea of people-oriented, came up with the concept of the Sponge City Using RS, GIS and multi-source open data, based on landscape scale, the …

Urban Blue and Green Space

We want to know how the pattern of blue space and green space in urban influence the urban environment.