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Genotoxicity evaluation of surface waters located in urban area of Xi’an City using

Yongjun LIU, Aining ZHANG, Xiaoyan MA, Xiaochang WANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 6,   Pages 860-866 doi: 10.1007/s11783-012-0462-3

Abstract: assess the water quality and the comprehensive genotoxic potential of surface waters located in the urbanarea of Xi’an City, China.

Keywords: genotoxicity     surface water     evaluation     Vicia faba    

Study on the Development of Urban and Rural Green Living Environment in the Qinba Mountain Area

Wu Zuobin,Jing Bo,Guo Qian,Li Ju and Wei A’ni

Strategic Study of CAE 2016, Volume 18, Issue 5,   Pages 60-67 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2016.05.009

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The Qinba Mountain Area, which cross the geographic space from north to south, is the central reservoirsDue to the topographical conditions, the Qinba Mountain Area has gradually become a distressed area,Mountain Area faces, and then put forward an "ecology pilot, green-oriented" developmentpilot" strategy, the authors delineate the ecological security pattern in the Qinba Mountain Areaenvironment in the Qinba Mountain Area and can also provide reference for the construction of urban

Keywords: the Qinba Mountain Area     urban and rural living environment     green development     ecology     space    

Can floor-area-ratio incentive promote low impact development in a highly urbanized area?

Ming Cheng, Huapeng Qin, Kangmao He, Hongliang Xu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2018, Volume 12, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-017-1002-y

Abstract: measure for surface runoff reduction, low impact development (LID) has been applied successfully in urbanFloor area ratio (FAR) refers to “the ratio of a building’s total floor area to the size of the pieceThe System for Urban Stormwater Treatment and Analysis IntegratioN (SUSTAIN) model is applied to simulaterunoff reduction under various LID designs and then derive the Pareto-optimal solutions to achieve urban

Keywords: Low impact development     Runoff reduction     Incentive     Floor area ratio     SUSTAIN(System for Urban Stormwater    

The Exploration and Practice of the Development of Green Eco-Urban Areas in Guangzhou International Financial

Jia-meng Chen,Peng Liu

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2016, Volume 3, Issue 1,   Pages 87-96 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2016003

Abstract: Active exploration has been carried out to determine a pattern for developing green eco-urban areas inthe Starting Area of Guangzhou International Financial City with an emphasis on the core role of comprehensiveexisting research, development of green technologies at home and abroad, and indicator systems of green urbancosts and efficiency, experience accumulated in this project can be beneficial for future green eco-urbanarea development projects.

Keywords: Guangzhou International Financial City     green eco-urban area     indicator system     case verification    

Simulation of soil carbon changes due to land use change in urban areas in China

Cui HAO, Jo SMITH, Jiahua ZHANG, Weiqing MENG, Hongyuan LI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 2,   Pages 255-266 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0485-4

Abstract: Land use change can have a strong impact on soil carbon dynamics and carbon stocks in urban areas.The soil carbon dynamics, due to rapid land use change in Tianjin Binhai New Area of China, have beenBecause this area is saline, a modified version of RothC that includes a salt rate modifier providedThe conversion to urban green land was not accurately simulated by either of the models because of theAcross the whole area simulated, the total carbon stocks in 2010 had decreased due to land use change

Keywords: land use change     soil carbon     RothC     urban area    

Improving Quality of Life in the Qinba Mountain Area: A Program of Research to Understand the Impactsof New Urban Development on the Population

Robert W. Marans and Xu Ying

Strategic Study of CAE 2016, Volume 18, Issue 5,   Pages 92-99 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2016.05.013

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In recent years, a major migration program has been underway in the Qinba Mountain Area of China&rsquoThis paper suggests a longitudinal program of research in the Qinba Mountain Area that focuses on measuringpopulation groups are impacted by the migration program — migrants who have moved to the new urbanmay eventually become migrants); and the residents in existing cities and towns affected by the new urbanof quality of life research, and outlines an approach for conducting a study in the Qinba Mountain Area

Keywords: quality of life research     social survey research     social impacts evaluation     migration     new urban development     the Qinba Mountain Area    

Study on the Spatial Patterns of the Qinba Mountain Area Based on High-Speed Transportation Networks

Wu Tinghai and Zhang Neng

Strategic Study of CAE 2016, Volume 18, Issue 5,   Pages 52-59 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2016.05.008

Abstract: important mean to carry out poverty alleviation and realize sustainable development in the Qinba Mountain AreaThis paper studies the accessibility of central cities in the Qinba Mountain Area to surrounding urbanand Dazhou—Xiangyang—Nanyang—Luoyang corridors will be formed, in Qinba Mountain AreaThese urban corridors will lead to the emergence of four vast green fields which are taking Longnan,suggests that the future spatial planning should establish the spatial order in the Qinba Mountain Area

Keywords: the Qinba Mountain Area     spatial patterns     high-speed transportation network     spatial planning     urban    

Urban and Rural Space Development in Qinba Mountain Area Based on Basins

Wu Zuobin, Cheng Gong, Wang Dingran, Guo Qian

Strategic Study of CAE 2020, Volume 22, Issue 1,   Pages 56-63 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2020.01.006

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The Qinba Mountain area is an important area for biodiversity protectionThis study analyzed the current situation and existing problems in the urban and rural space developmentThe urban and rural space development strategy in the Qinba Mountain Area is proposed, namely an urbanwith the urban and rural space development.of the Qinba Mountain Area.

Keywords: Qinba Mountain Area     basin management     ecological management and control     green transformation     interactive    

Optimization of Urban Spatial Structure Based on TOD Model

Lu Huapu, Liu Ruoyang , Zhang Yongbo , Fu Zhihuan

Strategic Study of CAE 2022, Volume 24, Issue 6,   Pages 137-145 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2022.06.012

Abstract: Additionally, a reasonable urban spatial structure is proposed comprising urban spatial structuresat three levels: urban agglomerations, metropolitan and downtown areas, and rail transit stations andand public participation, thereby providing support for TOD model application and for improving urban

Keywords: urban spatial structure     integration of transportation and land use     transit-oriented development     urbanagglomeration     metropolitan and downtown area     rail transit station    

Reasonable Scale of Megacity Central Area Based on Multivariate Data and a Traffic Perspective

Lu Huapu, Bai Zhuotong,Wu Zhouhao, Fu Zhihuan

Strategic Study of CAE 2022, Volume 24, Issue 6,   Pages 146-153 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2022.06.013

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The central area of a megacity, which features high-intensity development, large population density, and concentrated urban functions, demonstrates the most prominent urbanAddressing the urban malaise in megacities necessitates analyzing and demonstrating the reasonablescale of the megacity central area.geographic information system data for street administrative division, we identified the current central urban

Keywords: reasonable scale     multivariate data     central urban area     megacity     happiness    

A Study on the Coordinated Development of the Urban Areas around the Qinba Mountains

Zhou Qinghua and Niu Junqing

Strategic Study of CAE 2016, Volume 18, Issue 5,   Pages 10-16 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2016.05.002

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The urban areas around the Qinba Mountain Area, located in the geographical center of China, compriseChengyu urban agglomeration, Guanzhong urban agglomeration, Wuhan urban agglomeration, and Zhongyuanurban agglomeration.areas around the Qinba Mountain Area is of great significance to support the rise of central China,protect the ecological environment of the Qinba Mountain Area, and alleviate poverty in mountainous areas

Keywords: the Qinba Mountain Area     megalopolis     collaborative development    

Quantitative Area Risk Assessment Method and its Application in Land Use Safety Planning for Major Hazard

Wu Zongzhi,Duo Yingquan,Wei Lijun,Guan Lei

Strategic Study of CAE 2006, Volume 8, Issue 4,   Pages 46-49

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Quantitative area risk assessment (QARA) method and its subsequent application in land safety planningThe developed method was applied to one oil and gas storage area.The results show that the individual risk and social risk of the storage area are both beyond the allowed

Keywords: risk assessment     land use safety planning     major hazard installation     urban planning    

Climate change and China’s mega urban regions

Chaolin GU, Sunsheng HAN

Frontiers of Structural and Civil Engineering 2010, Volume 4, Issue 4,   Pages 418-430 doi: 10.1007/s11709-010-0075-5

Abstract: China’s mega urban regions are focal points of economic development and environmental concerns.This paper positions four mega urban regions (i.e., the Yangtze River Delta, the Pearl River Delta, theBohai Bay Area, and the South-eastern Fujian Province) along China’s coast into the national economyMega urban regions in China are spatial consequences of rapid economic transition.

Keywords: climate change     mega urban region     urban planning    

Numerical multi-physical optimization of operating condition and current collecting setup for large-area

Frontiers in Energy 2024, Volume 18, Issue 3,   Pages 356-368 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0919-z

Abstract: To further boost the power output of a single cell and thus a single stack, increasing the cell areaHowever, it was recently found that further increasing the effective area of an SOFC single cell withIn this work, a multi-physical model is built to study the effect of the effective area on the cell performance

Keywords: solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC)     large effective area     flow rate     discharge performance     current collection    

ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NITROGEN DEPOSITION ON URBAN FORESTS: AN OVERVIEW

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 445-456 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2021429

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● Patterns and effects of N deposition on urban forests are reviewed

Keywords: biodiversity     carbon sequestration     nitrogen deposition     nutrient imbalance     soil acidification     urban    

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