THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CULTIVATED LAND CHANGE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BASED ON GIS IN HENAN PROVINCE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Lu, C. Y.; Zhang, H. M.; Wen, F.

Cultivated land resources are the basic production factors that carry human survival and economic development. Exploring the relationship between cultivated land change and economic development has become a hot issue for scholars.in this paper,The methods of regression analysis, land use elastic coefficient method, location entropy are used to empirically describe the relationship between cultivated land change and economic development.The results show: Since the 20th century, the change of cultivated land area has experienced three distinct stages of change, showing a process of recovery, decline, and steady evolution in Henan Province. The per capita cultivated land area is characterized by an upward trend, and the per capita cultivated land area is increasing year by year. In general, the intensive use of cultivated land in Henan Province is still not high, but the momentum of a sharp decline in cultivated land is basically controlled. The change of cultivated land area and economic development showed a four-time curve fitting relationship, which indicates that the path dependence of economic development on cultivated land occupation still exists, and cultivated land supports the rapid development of economy.The research results of the relationship between cultivated land change and economic development by using location entropy show that the spatial layout of the urban area is less than 0, and the regularity is not strong.The location where the location entropy is between 0–1 is mainly located in the central part of Henan Province;The cities with location entropy greater than 1 are mainly located in the eastern part of Henan.

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Lu, C. Y. / Zhang, H. M. / Wen, F.: THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CULTIVATED LAND CHANGE AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT BASED ON GIS IN HENAN PROVINCE: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY. 2020. Copernicus Publications.

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