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 JHRSS  Vol.9 No.2 , June 2021
Study on Relative Resource Carrying Capacity in Northwest China Based on Improved Model
—A Case Study in Baoji, China
Abstract: Based on the theory of sustainable development, in order to promote the sustainable development of population-nature-economy-society-environment in Northwest China. Taking advantage of the traction effect of superior resources and the binding effect of inferior resources, the factors under natural resources in the study area are expanded, and social and environmental factors are added to improve the traditional resource carrying capacity model. Using the improved theory and research method of relative resource carrying capacity, taking the whole country and Shaanxi Province as reference areas, the relative resource carrying capacity of Baoji City from 2010 to 2019 was calculated, and the evolution of these three factors was analyzed. The results show that: 1) Compared with the overload of resources carrying capacity in Baoji under the traditional model, the improved resource carrying capacity model shows that the relative resource carrying capacity of Baoji City is still in a surplus state. 2) The contribution rate of social resources carrying capacity and economic resources carrying capacity in Baoji city is on the rise, which is the main carrying resource of Baoji citys population. The contribution rate of natural resources carrying capacity and environmental resources carrying capacity to comprehensive resources carrying capacity is declining, and the overall resources carrying capacity is relatively balanced. 3) The comprehensive carrying capacity index of Baoji City shows a downward trend, which indicates that the surplus scale of resource carrying capacity of Baoji City is shrinking.
Cite this paper: Wang, P. , Hou, L. and He, X. (2021) Study on Relative Resource Carrying Capacity in Northwest China Based on Improved Model
—A Case Study in Baoji, China. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 9, 369-383. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2021.92023.
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