Optimisation of Ecological Leisure Industrial Planning Based on Improved GIS-AHP: A Case Study in Shapingba District, Chongqing, China

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This study seeks a scientific methodology for ecological leisure industry planners to contribute to a more ecologically friendly leisure industry. This study creates an environment suitability model (LIDES) for leisure industry development. This model sees the natural ecological environment as just as important as the artificial environment. This study identifies the following factors: suitable land, unsuitable land, park plaza, scenic spot, river system, global network reachability,local network reachability, business impact, industrial impact. The Spatial Syntax method is used to account for eects of the urban road network. This method is incorporated into a geographic information system-analytic hierarchy process (GIS-AHP) approach, thus developing this method
further. The method is demonstrated in the leisure industry in Shapingba District of Chongqing,China. The final suitability index map for ecological leisure industry is divided into four types:highly suitable, moderately suitable, marginally suitable, and low suitability areas. As a result, 8.08%(42.55 km2) of the study area has low suitability, 82.61% (435.15 km2) has marginal suitability, 8.62%
(45.42 km2) has moderate suitability and 0.69% (3.65 km2) has the best suitability for creating anecological leisure industry area. Discussion and relevant suggestions are given for further research.
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Antal sider29
StatusUdgivet - 2020

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