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Except for the COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, the urban land use effectiveness in other years was mostly based in the middle of the middle decade, with a trend of declining trend and increase year by year. The urban land use spatial disparities were evident, and the urban land use efficiency level in large and medium-sized cities was generally lower than that of cities with low economic growth. The findings are helpful in determining land use policies in various regions and help identify the effects of public crisis events in advance and future trend of urban land use efficiency in various regions.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.1096087
Agriculture is considered a key contributor to carbon dioxide reduction in the Belt and Road Initiative countries, contributing to carbon pollution. This paper introduces the use of the by-production process to analyze agricultural carbon shadow price and agricultural production in the BRI countries. To minimize carbon emissions and increase international cooperation in agriculture, the BRI countries must continue to improve agricultural production to reduce carbon pollution and increase international cooperation in agriculture.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.4018/jgim.302656
The results show that the regional water resources carrying capacity is influenced by GDP per capita, the percentage of tertiary industry, environmental water consumption rate, and urbanization rate.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.26480/ees.02.2022.57.64
Major changes of the Alpine orogenic structures and style of deformation in the Eastern and Southern Alps were introduced by Neogene's indentation of the Adriatic plate into Europe, resulting in major changes in the Alpine orogenic structures and style of deformation. To decouple beneath the Giudicarie Belt and adjacent parts of the Southern Alps, last remaining concerns regarding the precise role of this fold-and-thrust belt in the Alpine orogen at depth necessitate a quantitative analysis. The creation of a network of seven cross sections through the Giudicarie Belt parallel to the local NNW'u2013SSE shortening direction shows that this belt contains two kinematic domains that accommodated different amounts of shortening during overlapping times. These domains collectively contributed to a minimum of u223c 40/347 km of sinistral strike-slip movement along the Northern Giudicarie Fault, indicating that the bulk of the Periadriatic Fault is due to Late Oligocene's to Neogene's indentation of the Adriatic plate into the Eastern Alps. Moreover, the faults connecting the Giudicarie Belt and the Northern Giudicarie Fault extend to a depth of u223 cm, indicating a thick-skinned tectonic style deformation. These fault detachments may also connect at depth with a lower crustal Adriatic wedge that protruded north of the Periadriatic Fault, and are responsible for the Nu2013S shortening and eastward orogen-parallel escape of deeply exhumed units in the Tauern Window. Finally, the lateral variation of shortening along the Giudicarie Belt of Permian indicates internal deformation and lateral variability in the strength of the Adriatic indenter, which is closely related to Permian/U2013Mesozoic tectonic structures and paleogeographic zones.
Source link: https://doi.org/10.5194/se-12-1309-2021
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