The full text is adopted to relating three-dimensionally on this time and space of the west small town in Sichuan of Huaiyuan, combinethe tradition of macroscopical narration, in terms of culture continuity, with the means of the cutting into slices type, have investigated the production of the main public place of small town and evolution course of changes concretly, merge enter understanding of material space pattern at that time social cultural reality.
First part, as the paper foreword, explains the oasis city concept which appears to the paper firstly, summarizes and concluded the history and status of the domestic and foreign city spatial structure research, points out the development trend of spatial structure research of city geography, and indicates the developmental direction of the spatial structure in city geography.
tabulaeformis forests with a clumped spatial pattern but rarely appeared in other forest types, indicating that P.
Based on the sampling data, a correct approach to the boundary effect on aggregation index was put forward to the spatial pattern analysis of the broad-leaved Korean pine forest in its different stages of development.
The spatial pattern of the broad-leaved Korean pine forest changing from clumped to random distribution is influenced by biological characteristic, the adaptive strategy of tree species and the natural disturbance in its entire development.
Spatial pattern analysis on individual trees in different age-classes of Larix principis-rupprechtii was made in this paper.
The spatial pattern analysis of population and community is important to understand community structure and has become one key topic in modern plant ecology.
Here, we suggest a method for adjusting boundary effect in the analysis of spatial patterns at different stages of development of the broad-leaved Korean pine forest.
In order to explain the spatial patterns of interception, we adopted grid-sampling method to install rain-gauges to measure throughfall.
Many studies have demonstrated the changes in the spatial patterns of plant and animal communities with respect to habitat fragmentation.
The DRT was found to be an effective approach to the anisotropy analysis of spatial patterns of plant populations.
Comparison of the genetic variation surveyed by starch gel electrophoresis to allozyme polymorphism indicated that morphological diversity is a good metric for quantifying spatial patterns of biodiversity.