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Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology ›› 2024, Vol. 35 ›› Issue (3): 769-779.doi: 10.13287/j.1001-9332.202403.022

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Correlations between ecosystem service value and landscape ecological risk and its spatial heterogeneity in Jilin Province, China

LIANG Shihao1, LI Wen1*, GAO Yu2, LIU Baozhu1   

  1. 1College of Landscape Architecture, Northeast Forestry University, Harbin 150040, China;
    2Heilongjiang Forest Protection Research Institute, Harbin 150040, China
  • Received:2023-09-20 Revised:2024-01-15 Online:2024-03-18 Published:2024-06-18

Abstract: Exploring the correlations between ecosystem service value (ESV) and landscape ecological risk and the driving factors of their spatial variations is crucial for maintaining regional ecological security and promoting sustainable human well-being. We carried out a grid resampling size of 5 km×5 km assessment units of Jilin Pro-vince based on the remote sensing monitoring data of land use in 2000, 2005, 2010, 2015, and 2020. We quantitatively evaluated the landscape ecological risk and ESV, and analyzed their spatial-temporal variations. Employing bivariate spatial autocorrelation analysis and the geographical detector models, we examined the correlation between the landscape ecological risk and ESV and explored the driving factors for their spatial variations. The results showed that ESV in Jilin Province decreased from 385.895 billion yuan to 378.211 billion yuan during 2000-2020. The eastern region was dominated by extremely low risk, medium risk, and low risk areas. In contrast, the western region was mainly composed of extremely high risk and high risk areas. There was a significant negative correlation and spatial negative correlation between landscape ecological risk and ESV in Jilin Province. Human activity and land use type were the important driving factors for spatial differentiation in both landscape ecological risk and ESV. Our findings suggested that scientific land use regulation and appropriate control of human activities are critically needed to optimize Jilin Province’s ecological environment.

Key words: ecosystem service value, landscape ecological risk, spatial autocorrelation, Jilin Province