Perspective of urban land use in Beijing

  title={Perspective of urban land use in Beijing},
  author={Guo Gan},
  • Guo Gan
  • Published 1 April 1990
  • Economics
  • GeoJournal
This paper illustrates the features of urban land use in Beijing and approaches the factors particularly influencing the urban internal structure model. The brief review of the development process proves that the historical background and human decisions determined the basic framework of the structure. The spatial structure of land use shows that Beijing still keeps the characteristics of an industrialized city due to the importance of industry. Another particular feature was the absence of a… 

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