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          CN 51-1193/Q
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Research Progress of Telecoupling Systems in Protected Areas
Author of the article:ZHANG Jindong, GUO Zhenshan, CHEN Rui, LI Yujie*
Author's Workplace:College of Life Sciences, China West Normal University, Nanchong, Sichuan Province 637009, China
Key Words:telecoupling system;coupled human and natural systems;dynamics;natural disturbances;protected area
Abstract:Telecoupling system (socioeconomic and environmental interactions over distances) is an emerging theoretical and practical framework in sustainability science, which can help study the sustainability of both human societies and the natural environment at multilevel spatiotemporal scales. In an increasingly globalized world, even rural protected areas are more closely and frequently linked to the rest of world (e.g., cities) and play a role in multiple telecoupling systems. However, previous studies have mainly focused on coupled human‑natural interactions within isolated protected areas, while the complex patterns and mechanisms of telecoupling in protected areas are not well understood. Here, we introduce the telecoupling and its application progress in the protected areas from theoretical framework, Chinese main types and the telecoupling dynamics under natural disturbances based on analysis of previous studies. We aim to systematically review the connotation, types, and dynamitic characteristics of telecoupling in the protected area, improve the development of telecoupling theory. We also propose research prospects related to the application of telecoupling on sustainable studies related to conservation of natural environment and economic development in protected areas.
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