A multi-factor coordinated identification method of ecological pattern and optimization suggestions

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In the context of the national territorial spatial planning in China, eco-spatial system becomes an important research object, the identification method of ecological pattern has also attaches importance to wider-scope consideration and multiple factor coordination. By taking Changshan County, Quzhou City as an example, the paper introduces a new method of minimum cumulative resistance (MCR) model to calculate the minimum cost routing of the circulation of ecological elements, further determining the main pattern though spatial density analysis. On this basis multiple factors of eco-spatial system, including geographical feature, built environment, planning in operation and relevant constraint factors, etc., have been put into consideration in the identification process. Therefore two aspects of planning strategies are raised to solve the potential problems of the eco-spatial system, which focusing on elements allocating optimizations and coordinative spatial design.
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4: Safeguarding the Urban Resilience
senior urban planner
Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute. CO.LTD
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