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Li Er

Bio: Li Er is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Land use, land-use change and forestry & Consolidation (business). The author has an hindex of 1, co-authored 1 publications receiving 1 citations.

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01 Jan 2013
TL;DR: Based on the characteristics and possible problems of land use, Wang et al. as mentioned in this paper argued that the land consolidation strategy in Shanghai should insist on an integrated approach to help transform the city, and explored models of urban land consolidation creatively to raise land value.
Abstract: Land consolidation has proven an effective policy tool for promoting ecological protection,and urban and rural development,and should be important for supporting land use change in Shanghai.Based on the characteristics and possible problems of land use,this paper argues that the land consolidation strategy in Shanghai should insist on an integrated approach to help transform the city.The strategic objectives are to increase the amount of arable land,to raise the degree of land-intensive utilization,to improve ecological conditions,and to optimize the spatial arrangement of land use.Strategic directions include developing farmland consolidation for multifunction activities,exploiting mudflats in an orderly and reasonable manner,steadily advancing rural residential consolidation,actively conducting industrial land consolidation outside the central constructed area,and exploring models of urban land consolidation creatively to raise land value.The safeguards for the land consolidation strategy contain an emphasis on the leading role of planning,strengthening coordination among different departments,developing differentiated policy,and broadening funding channels.

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TL;DR: In this paper, an empirical analysis on the micro-scale based on land use patch data rather than land ledger data was conducted, and comprehensive research on land consolidation projects by integrating landscape pattern analysis with production, living, and ecological benefit assessments was performed.
Abstract: The purpose of land consolidation is to promote moderately sized agricultural operations, intensive land use, concentrated population living and agglomerated industrial development. Previous research has primarily been macro- or mesoscale studies based on land ledger data, and analyzed only the effect of land consolidation on landscape ecological changes, only the resource and economic effects, or social effects or environmental effects of land consolidation. Aimed at addressing these shortcomings, an empirical analysis on the micro-scale based on land use patch data rather than land ledger data was conducted. Then, comprehensive research on land consolidation projects by integrating landscape pattern analysis with production, living, and ecological benefit assessments was performed. Furthermore, the relationship between land consolidation projects and the “Three Concentrations” policy was considered. The results show that: (1) land consolidation has directly or indirectly improved landscape ecological patterns of the project area; and (2) land consolidation has clearly improved the balanced distribution of cultivated land and the concentrated distribution of construction land in the project area. These changes not only improve the living conditions of farmers but also meet the construction requirements of the “Three Concentrations” in the Shanghai metropolitan suburbs.

31 citations