8 edition of Land utilization in China found in the catalog.
Land utilization in China
John Lossing Buck
|Series||Paragon reprint oriental series,, 26|
|LC Classifications||HD868 .B8 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxii, 494 p.|
|Number of Pages||494|
|LC Control Number||64018448|
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About this Item: paperback. Condition: New. Language: Number: 83 Publisher: Geological Publishing House Pub. Date This book focuses on China s western region profiles and land resources development and utilization of land resources in the west of the main problems.
analysis of the world s major developed country experiences and lessons learned in remote areas. puts. Land Utilization in China: A Study of 16, Farms in Localities, Farm Families in Twenty-two Provinces in China, John Lossing Buck Council on Economic and Cultural Affairs, - Agriculture - pages.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (International research series). This edited volume analyzes land utilization data from farm surveys taken in China between and This data, which was the foundation for John Lossing Buck’s seminal work Land Utilization in China (), was thought lost to history until rediscovered in The book presents the first modern analyses of agricultural economics in Republican China using Buck’s micro-data, covering.
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Land utilization in China;: A study of 16, farms in localities, farm families in twenty-two provinces in ChinaAuthor: John Lossing Buck. The item Land utilization in China: a study of 16, farms in localities, farm families in twenty-two provinces in China,by John Lossing Buck.
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In the event of a dispute, the law states that ‘neither party shall alter the status of land utilization prior to the resolution of the dispute over the land ownership and the right of use.’ 13 However, whereas China’s laws and regulations often exist on paper, the observance and enforcement of existing regulations are often seriously.
A scholarly work, richly supplied with statistical and diagrammatic data, by a Professor of Agricultural Economics at the Union Christian College of Korea and issued under the auspices of the Institute of Pacific Relations. Land Use Policy is an international and interdisciplinary journal concerned with the social, economic, political, legal, physical and planning aspects of urban and rural land use.
It provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information from the diverse range of disciplines and interest groups which must be combined to formulate effective. The Source of China's "Vegetable Civilization"; LAND UTILIZATION IN CHINA. By John Lossing Buck Vol. Description.
xxxii. (Mustrated), $5. Characteristics of china’s land resources utilization 2. The main problems on land utilization 3. Land resources plan Overall Land Use Plan Contents and system of the Overall Land Use Plan China's Overall Land Use Plan is a unified and multi-level regional planning system.
File Size: KB. Land Utilization in China: A Critique of Methodology W ITH the publication of Professor Buck's book (Land Utilization in China) an oriental trilogy on land utilization has been completed, covering three major Far Eastern countries of similar culture and traceable institutions.' The purpose of the Institute of Pacific Relations in proposing.
Sustainable Land Utilization Issues in China. China now is the world’s second largest economy, and its GDP per capita is approaching the world average. As a result, China is beginning to encounter certain inevitable problems. From a macro point of view, there are conflicts among land demands for food security, urbanization, and ecological Cited by: 5.
As regional low-carbon development has become a world focus, sustainable land utilization is being regarded as a crucial issue, especially in developing countries. This chapter focuses on the low carbonized adjustment of land structures in world dual heritage : Jiuping Xu, Liming Yao, Yi Lu.
This monumental work on Chinese agriculture is based on a study of s farm families in twenty-two different provinces made between and by a professor in the University of Nanking.
Volume I contains a description -- copiously supported by statistical tables, charts and photographs -- of China's agricultural life. Volume II is an atlas and Volume III a compendium of the. Agriculture in Hong Kong consists mainly of rice production, fruit and vegetable production, poultry and livestock production and fish farming.
Forty-four per cent. of arable land is devoted to rice. Average yields from an acre of two-crop paddy is metric tons. This can be increased to 2 metric tons on good land and with the use of fertilizers.
The statistical analysis of present land-using structure of the urban and rural area is beneficial to use and management of the urban land resources. Based on the statistics of land-using in Guangzhou Bai-Yun District for nearly five years, this research analyzes the correlation degree between the indicators of urban construction land and the.
Cultivated land is closely related to national food security, rural economic development and social stability. The cultivated land pollution and carbon emissions caused by chemical fertilizers, pesticides, film residues, etc., in the process of cultivated land utilization pose a serious threat to the cultivated land ecosystem in China.
The comprehensive analysis on the cultivated land green Author: Qianru Chen, Hualin Xie. The Development of Sustainable Cropping Systems on Red Soils in the Highlands of South China, M.A.
Fullen; Effects of Land Use on the Chemical and Physical Properties of Red Soils, Mingkui Zhang et al.; Effects of Organic Matter Amendment on Nitrogen Utilization and Transformation in Red Soils Using 15N Tracer Technique, Qingfu Ye et al.
Major Types of Land Utilization in India are discussed below: As in all other countries, land in India is put to various uses. The utilization of land depends upon physical factors like topography, soil and climate as well as upon human factors such as the density of population, duration of occupation of the area, land tenure and technical levels of the people.
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Department of Defense Historical Maps of China. In Argentina in22x ha, nearly 16% of the cultivated land had been destroyed by wind erosion.
In the s – s, according to estimates, the farmers lost x t of topsoil, which. land utilization in china 作者: John Lossing Buck 出版社: Dissertations-G 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: Author: John Lossing Buck. Land Utilization in Taiwan By TE-TSUI CHANG* T AIWAN, more commonly known as Formosa, is primarily an agri-cultural region and this article concerns itself chiefly with the utilization of agricultural land, including forest land, in that province.
Land and Population The total land area of Taiwan (in-cluding the nearby small islands) is. China is experiencing massive land use changes and impacts to the environment due to an unprecedented period of economic growth, which has catapulted it from one of the world's poorest countries 30 years ago to the world's second largest economy today.
Based on trends in economic development, population growth, and land use, China's natural landscape will experience significant.
global terrestrial land surface and has degraded about 60% of the ecosystems services in the past 50 years alone. Land use and land cover (LUCC) change has been the most visible indicator of the human footprint and the most important driver of loss of biodiversity and other forms of land degradation.
The red soils of China are typical in their chemical, physical and mineralogical characteristics of red soils in other tropical and sub-tropical areas of the world, particularly in South America, Africa and south-east Asia.
For the most part, these soils are highly weathered and inherently. The Ministry of the Interior (MOI; Chinese: 內政部; pinyin: Nèizhèngbù; Pe̍h-ōe-jī: Luē-chèng-pō͘) is a cabinet level policy-making body, governed under the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China ().It is the fundamental executive yuan agency responsible for home affairs and security throughout Taiwan, including population, land, construction, military service administration Headquarters: Zhongzheng, Taipei.
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Land Utilization in Japan. Tokyo: Institute of Pacific Relations, (). ii, , 4, ,6 pp. Illus. with 1 color and 2 b/w maps, 2 photos + drawings. 8vo. Cloth. First edition.
Chip to head of spine affecting title, extremities worn, still a good solid copy, interior very good, small tear to color map at Edition: First Edition.
to farmers and other land users developing conservation plans. As we have gained experience in this grouping, the definitions of the categories have improved. It is the purpose of this publication to set forth these definitions. In using the capability classification, the reader must continually recall that it File Size: KB.
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Most of western classic theories of economic development neglect the contribution of land element to economic growth. But land element has made great contribution to China's economic growth at the present stage. Based on translog production function, this paper constructs an economic growth model of Guangdong Province of China including land element, and solves the model parameters by using.
China's rise over the past several decades has lifted more than half of its population out of poverty and reshaped the global economy. What has caused this dramatic transformation. In China's Great Migration: How the Poor Built a Prosperous Nation, author Bradley Gardner looks at one of the most important but least discussed forces pushing China's economic development: the migration of.
Article 2 The People's Republic of China resorts to a socialist public ownership i.e. an ownership by the whole people and ownerships by collectives, of land. In ownership by the whole people, the. Research on intensive utilization of land and settlements protection under rural housing reconstruction in Chengdu Plain B.
Shu1, T.-N. Gao1 & Y.-X. Zhao2 1School of Architecture, Southwest Jiaotong University, China 2Sichuan Southwest GuaXia Architectural Design Institute Corp. Ltd., China. "Anti-planning" Methodology advocates that the urban planning should first consider the land for others but not for fast urbanization of China leads to growing increasingly tense between people and land, such as land used for construction and agriculture, economic development and ecological environment.
Under the circumstances, this paper discussed the necessity and. Identification and Utilization of Land-use Type Importance for Land-use Data Generalization Wenxiu Gao State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Survey, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University, No.Luoyu Road, Wuhan: Wenxiu Gao, Alfred Stein, Li Yang, Jianguang Hou, Xiaojing Wu, Xiangchuan Jiang.The soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merrill], a native of China, is one of the oldest crops of the Far East.
For centuries, the Chinese and other Oriental people, including Japanese, Korean, and Southeast Asians, have used the bean in various forms as one of the most important sources of dietary protein.