Kongsen Wu's research while affiliated with Northwest University and other places

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Regional climate is complicated and unpredictable in the context of global climate change. Farmers on the Loess Plateau, who rely on agriculture and natural resources for subsistence, are one of the groups feeling the early effects of climate change. Their vulnerability is determined by their degree of connection with the natural environment. Frequ...
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Understanding the evolution of farmers’ livelihood strategies (FLS) is crucial for maintaining the sustainable development of farmers’ livelihoods, especially on the arid Loess Plateau, China. This study constructed a novel analytical framework for analyzing the evolution of FLS and the critical influencing factors. Changwu County, an apple cultiva...

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... Land is one of the important factors of production [33]. The quality of the land will lead to the emergence of poverty by reducing the income from agricultural production [34]. In recent years, some scholars have found that the coupling relationship between rocky desertification and poverty has changed in the new era, and the ecological environment is no longer the main factor leading to poverty in Karst areas of China [28]. ...
... With the acceleration of industrialization and urbanization, China has witnessed the migration of a large amount of surplus rural labor to the cities as well as the increasingly serious phenomenon of the "hollowing out" of the countryside after reform and opening up [1][2][3]. From 1978 to 2019, the number of people employed in agriculture in Jiangxi Province decreased from 9.687 million to 7.008 million. The decrease rate reached 27.7%, with an average annual decrease of 63,700 people [4]. ...