Urban Human-Land Spatial Mismatch Analysis from a Source-Sink Perspective with ICT Support

Tong Li, Chunliang Xiu, Huisheng Yu
2022 ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information  
The development management of the city constantly pursues sustainable development of human-land matching. Under the new research framework, this study discusses the urban human-land relationship from the perspective of the source-sink of daily population mobility, making up for the lack of a static research perspective in the past. The spatial relationship between population source-sink and land use intensity was studied by bivariate Moran's I and multivariate correspondence analysis. The
more » ... s show that there is a significant spatial correlation between urban population source-sink and land use intensity, which is obviously affected by urban circles and land use types, and these laws are cyclical day after day. The urban fringe becomes the main place where spatial mismatch occurs. Currently, the spatial mismatch of cities in northeast China, represented by Shenyang, is dominated by the high intensity of land use and low flow of the population. The key to solving the problem is to curb the high-density urban sprawl. The research results improve the integrity and accuracy of urban human-land spatial mismatch analysis and provide support for formulating more specific urban land use policies.
doi:10.3390/ijgi11110575 fatcat:2usyc354uvcwbaov7ksdqgl374