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Research article - Peer-reviewed, 2016

Correlation Model of the Impact of Human Activities Born by Resources and Environment on Ecological Economic Balance

Du, Guoming; Du, Jinpei; Wang, Xiaodong; Guo, Jinggang


Human activities are associated with the use of resources and environment; in order to study the huge challenge caused by the increasingly frequent human activities on the resources and environment, which affects the balanced economic development and their correlation, an evaluation correlation model is established of the mutual effect of population factors and economic development. The human activities are mainly reflected changes in the total population, population age, sex structure, the cultural quality of the population and the balance of urban and rural development. Under the premise of the use of environmental resources, a series of human activities caused the imbalance of economic development and a higher degree of correlation, so we can say that human activities promote the use of resources, and they are the core factors affecting the economic development.

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Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience
2016, Volume: 13, number: 10, pages: 7032-7035

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    SDG11 Sustainable cities and communities

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    Human Geography
    Environmental Sciences

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