this research, In the support of the RS , GIS and GPS technology, studied land use type change , land use structure and space pattern from 1986-2003 in Minjiang valley, evaluated woodland pattern ecological suitability.
As a whole, the change of land use structure of Haidian district manifests that use degree is intensified, the protection is not exactly reasonable, the whole system production is improved and the space pattern of land use structure is reasonable.
Different mathematical models are used to do quantitative analysis on the space pattern of land use in Wenzhou city and administrative areas. The difference of each area on land use is found and is determined by geographical locations, topography and landforms, economic levels, as well as history and culture traditions.
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.
These differences were analyzed and discussed, and some basic rules of spatial distribution of landscape elements were proposed.
In November 2003 and June 2004, the insect borers and their spatial distribution within Pinus massoniana were investigated in Zhoushan City, in East China's Zhejiang Province, where pine wood nematode (Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) are typically found.
Spatial distribution pattern, scale and gap characteristics of Pinus armandii population in Qinling Mountains, China
Based on the data collected from 27 plots of the Pinus armandii community in Qinling Mountains, we studied the spatial distribution pattern, scale, and gap characteristics of the P.
kwangtungensis; 4) variability in spatial distribution among the 105 canopy tree species could be attributed to variations to site environmental factors.