SHANDONG SCIENCE ›› 2018, Vol. 31 ›› Issue (1): 96-.doi: 10.3976/j.issn.1002-4026.2018.01.016

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Dynamic evaluation of resources utilization pressure in Shandong Province based on material flow analysis

JI Xiao-mei1, SHI Feng1, ZHOU Ai-wen1, FAN Lin2   

  1. 1. Scientific Decision Supporting Key Laboratory of Shandong Academy of Sciences, Institute of Science and Technology for Development of Shandong,Science and Technology Innovation of Soft Science Researching Base of Shandong Province,Qilu University of Technology(Shandong Academy of Sciences),Jinan 250014, China;2. College of Environment and Safety Engineering, Qingdao University of Science and Technology, Qingdao 266042, China
  • Received:2017-04-18 Online:2018-02-20 Published:2018-02-20


For measuring the sustainable status of resources utilization in Shandong Province from the perspective of pressure, the data of material input, output and consumption in Shandong Province during 2005—2014 were analyzed and processed based on the material flow method. Furthermore, the total amount pressure, formation pressure and growth pressure of resource utilization in Shandong Province were measured, the compound pressure was obtained by weighting, and the characteristics of pressure changes were discussed. Results indicate that: for Shandong Province, the resource utilization pressure shows an increase trend, and the emphasis of pressure regulation is put on the total amount of resource utilization and the growth engine; resource factors have an important influence on economic development of the whole province, and the economic development mode based on resource consumption still need to be changed; the economic factors play a leading role in the change of resource utilization in the whole province, followed by the effects of technology and population, and the effect of technical factor has been constantly strengthened.

Key words: material flow analysis, dynamic evaluation, Shandong Province, resource utilization pressure

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