Landscape ecological risk assessment of Chinese coastal cities based on land use change

@article{Zhang2020LandscapeER,
  title={Landscape ecological risk assessment of Chinese coastal cities based on land use change},
  author={Wen Zhang and Wen-jing Chang and Zaichun Zhu and Zeng Hui},
  journal={Applied Geography},
  year={2020},
  volume={117},
  pages={102174}
}
Abstract The high population density and rapid urban expansion in China's coastal areas have significantly changed the land-use structure and regional landscape pattern, causing a series of ecological and environmental problems. The quality of urban human settlements has been seriously affected. Elucidating the spatiotemporal variations in coastal urbanization and ecological risk can help us better manage cities. Our research focused on 48 coastal cities in China and used ecological risk… Expand
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