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Telecoupling. Understanding how small and connected the world is. New methods, new paths to sustainability
Published on November 1, 2009
科学观察 2009年 第4卷 第6期. 中国环境科学研究热点论文特约稿
Published on February 16, 2017
A study of the spatial attributes of soybean land changes within and among trading countries at the same time.
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY -- Feedback of telecoupling: the case of a payments for ecosystem services program
Published on July 9, 2018
This study highlights that local human–nature interactions driven by telecouplings, such as human–wildlife conflicts, may trigger feedbacks that affect telecouplings themselves.
Published on April 5, 2016
Telecouplings widely exist in energy systems with various forms and link energy sustainability of different countries closely, so we proposed some methods for energy sustainability analysis under the framework of telecoupling.
Published on September 11, 2015
In an introduction to the special feature, we provide an overview of CHANS feedbacks. In addition, we synthesize key CHANS feedbacks that emerged in the papers across agricultural, forest, and urban landscapes.
Published on June 12, 2017
Examining the daily minutia of climate, not just temperature, but also sunshine, precipitation and soil moisture simultaneously all over a country gives a better understanding of how variable a land’s climate can be.
JOURNAL OF TRAVEL RESEARCH - International Tourism Dynamics in a Globalized World: A Social Network Analysis Approach
Published on May 16, 2019
Global tourism networks have become highly consolidated over time and that reduced transaction costs (e.g., language, distance, and visa policies) are more important in attracting international tourists than natural and cultural attractions.
ECOSYSTEM SERVICES -- Global relationships between biodiversity and nature-based tourism in protected areas
Published on October 30, 2018
We present results on the interplay between biodiversity conservation and nature-based tourism, while controlling for environmental and socioeconomic factors in and surrounding terrestrial PAs worldwide.
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY -- Complex effects of natural disasters on protected areas through altered telecouplings
Published on September 14, 2018
With long-term data collected in China’s Wolong Nature Reserve for giant pandas, we applied the telecoupling framework to assess the effects of the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake on telecouplings that link Wolong with the rest of the world
ECOLOGY AND SOCIETY -- Telecoupling Toolbox: spatially explicit tools for studying telecoupled human and natural systems
Published on October 19, 2017
We introduce the Telecoupling Toolbox, the first set of tools developed to map and identify the five major interrelated components of the telecoupling framework: systems, flows, agents, causes, and effects.
Published on May 4, 2018
Our study shows that international food trade can also lead to environmental pollution in importing countries.
ELEMENTA - SCIENCE OF THE ANTHROPOCENE -- Telecoupling framework for research on migratory species in the Anthropocene
Published on March 6, 2017
We apply the telecoupling framework to Kirtland’s warblers (Setophaga kirtlandii ), a conservation-reliant migratory songbird.
Published on February 27, 2015
Systems integration—holistic approaches to integrating various components of coupled human and natural systems—is critical to understand socioeconomic and environmental interconnections and to create sustainability solutions.
Published on March 29, 2019
We constructed and analyzed interprovincial virtual water and energy transfer networks, using China (the largest energy consumer and is undergoing severe water scarcity) as a demonstration.
Published on September 5, 2017
Between 1900 and 2010, the global volume of natural resources used in buildings and transport infrastructure increased 23 fold. Sand and gravel are the largest portion of these primary material inputs (79% or 28.6 Gigatons per year in 2010)
Published on November 24, 2016
译自: Liu, J. et al. 2013. Framing sustainability in a telecoupled world. Ecology and Society 18(2): 26.
Published on October 12, 2016
Urban areas such as megacities (those with populations greater than 10 million) are hotspots of global water use and thus face intense water management challenges
SCIENCE CHINA - LIFE SCIENCES -- Conservation planning beyond giant pandas: the need for an innovative telecoupling framework
Published on December 27, 2016
A develop of innovative systems approaches that improve human well being while sustaining wildlife populations and their habitats.
Published on March 21, 2019
The total virtual energy transferred from energy scarce to energy-abundant provinces increased from 43.2% to 47.5% from 2007 to 2012.