Modeling spatiotemporal pattern of agriculture-feasible land in China

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Modeling spatiotemporal pattern of agriculture-feasible land in China

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Title: Modeling spatiotemporal pattern of agriculture-feasible land in China
Author: Guan, Wendy; Wu, Kang; Carnes, Fei

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Citation: Guan, Weihe Wendy, Kang Wu, and Fei Carnes. 2016. “Modeling Spatiotemporal Pattern of Agriculture-Feasible Land in China.” Transactions in GIS 20 (3) (June): 426–447. Portico. doi:10.1111/tgis.12225.
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Abstract: This study applies a spatial fuzzy multi-criteria evaluation model to determine agricultural feasibility in China based on physical variables (accumulated temperature, sunshine, precipitation, hydrology, elevation and soil properties). The resulting agricultural feasibility index layer is combined with nightlight images (1992-2013) to determine the spatiotemporal variation of urban encroachment on feasible agriculture land. It reveals the severity of agricultural land losses to urbanization.
Published Version: doi:10.1111/tgis.12225
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