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Measuring Smart Land Use in Urban-Rural Regions of China: A Case Study of Pukou, Nanjing City

Author:
Wei, Cao   Shenglu, Zhou   Shaohua, Wu   


Journal:
Growth and Change


Issue Date:
2017


Abstract(summary):

This article expands the study of smart growth from urban space to urban-rural regions based on land use. It analyses smart land use in urban-rural regions. The study sets up an integrated measure indicator system of smart land use in urban-rural regions, which consisted of three subsystems: land amount controls, land form compactness, and land use efficiency. As a case study, the system was used to measure the smart land use in the Pukou District of Nanjing City, an area with intensive urbanization in the Yangtze River Delta of China. The results show that smart land use in the investigated area is increasing year by year, but it remains to be further improved. The integrated measure indicator system of smart land use in urban-rural regions is effective for measuring the level and status of regional smart land use.


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