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Journal of Geographical Sciences    2018, Vol. 28 Issue (12) : 1735-1756     DOI: 10.1007/s11442-018-1563-0
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The progress of human geography in China under the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China
HUANG Gengzhi1(),LENG Shuying2,*()
1. Guangzhou Institute of Geography, Guangdong Open Laboratory of Geospatial Information Technology and Application, Guangzhou 510070, China
2. National Natural Science Foundation of China, Beijing 100085, China
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Abstract  

This paper analyzes the role of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) in advancing human geography in China by focusing on five key research areas: land use, urban systems and urban agglomeration, economic globalization, climate change and social and cultural geographies. All NSFC-funded human geography programs related to these five topics from 1986 to 2017 comprise the sample for analysis, and the research topics, content, teams, and peer-reviewed journal publications supported by these programs are investigated. Specifically, this paper analyzes the NSFC’s promotion of the expansion of research topics in response to national developmental needs and the shifting frontiers of human geography research internationally, its enhancement of interdisciplinary research, and its contributions to the assembly of specialized research teams. The paper also reports important progress in Chinese human geography over the past 30 years through the institutional lens of the NSFC, revealing major characteristics and trends in the discipline. The paper concludes by calling for further collaboration between the research community and the NSFC for the development of a locally suitable and globally influential Chinese human geography.

Keywords National Natural Science Foundation of China      human geography      land use      urban systems      urban agglomeration      economic globalization      climate change      social and cultural geographies     
Corresponding Authors: LENG Shuying     E-mail: hgzhi@foxmail.com;lengsy@nsfc.gov.cn
Issue Date: 27 December 2018
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HUANG Gengzhi,LENG Shuying. The progress of human geography in China under the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China[J]. Journal of Geographical Sciences, 2018, 28(12): 1735-1756.
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Period General Program Young Scientists Fund
Number Funding
(10,000 yuan)
Per-program funding (10,000 yuan) Number Funding
(10,000 yuan)
Per-program funding (10,000 yuan)
1986-1990 55 235.5 4.3 7 18.5 2.6
1991-1995 64 478.5 7.5 13 78.4 6.0
1996-2000 76 1136.5 15.0 16 207 12.9
2001-2005 117 2856 24.4 39 880 22.6
2006-2010 202 7079 35.0 165 3076 18.6
2011-2015 375 25,748 68.7 540 12,545 23.2
2016-2017 163 11,551.6 70.9 209 5317.5 25.4
Table 1  NSFC’s general program and young scientists fund on human geography in China
Figure 1  Proportion of funded programs in the subdisciplines of human geography (Data are based on the types of General Program and Young Scientists Fund.)
Research areas Land use Urban systems and urban agglomeration Economic
globalization
Climate
change
Social and cultural geographies
Number of programs 183 122 92 165 197
Funding amount (10,000 yuan) 7259 9255 4656 7252 7943
Table 2  NSFC programs on the selected research areas in human geography
Interdisciplinarity Programs in human
geography
Programs in sustainable regional development Total
Number of funded programs 109 74 183
Number of interdisciplinary programs 66 42 108
Percentage of interdisciplinary programs (%) 61 57 59
Number of intradisciplinary programs 27 4 31
Number of interdisciplinary programs 39 38 77
Number of programs intersected with
Physical Geography 6 10 16
Integrated Physical Geography 5 7 12
Human Geography - 7 7
Environmental Change and Prediction 2 0 2
Pedology 0 1 1
GIS 6 1 7
Regional Environmental Quality and Safety 4 4 8
Natural Resources Management 8 11 19
Sustainable Regional Development 12 - 12
Ecology 0 1 1
Macro-management and Policy 1 2 3
Agricultural and Forestry Economy Management 0 1 1
Table 3  Interdisciplinary features of NSFC programs in land use research in human geography
Research teams Types of program Number of programs Funding amount
(10,000 yuan)
Liu Yansui General Program, Key Program 5 558
Long Hualou Young Scientists Fund, General Program, Key Program 4 443
Principal team members Young Scientists Fund, General Program 8 362
Huang Xianjin Young Scientists Fund, General Program 3 129
Principal team members Young Scientists Fund, General Program 6 230
Table 4  NSFC programs on land use for main research teams in human geography
Research teams Types of program Number of programs Funding amount (10,000 yuan)
Zhou Yixing General Program, Key Program 4 117
Principal
team members
Young Scientists Fund, General Program 6 223
Xu Xueqiang General Program, Key Program 3 118
Principal
team members
Young Scientists Fund, General Program 3 156
Ning Yuemin General Program 3 112
Principal
team members
Young Scientists Fund, General Program 5 216
Gu Chaolin General Program, Key Program, National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholar, Subproject of Major Program 5 642
Lu Yuqi General Program, Key Program 5 445
Wang Shijun General Program, Key Program 5 523
Xiu Chunliang General Program 3 98
Xue Desheng Key Program, International (Regional) Cooperation and Exchange 2 620
Fang Chuanglin General Program, Major Program 4 2142
Principal
team members
Young Scientists Fund, General Program 4 229
Table 5  NSFC programs on urban systems and urban agglomeration for main research teams
Principal investigator Types of program Number of programs Funding amount
(10,000 yuan)
Li Xiaojian General Program 2 30
Wang Jici General Program, Key Program 2 133
He Canfei Young Scientists Fund, General Program, Key Program, National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholar 5 797
Liu Weidong General Program, Key Program, National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholar 3 586
Du Debin General Program 2 70
Zeng Gang General Program 2 40
Table 6  NSFC programs on economic globalization for main research teams
Figure 2  The growth of NSFC funded programs on climate change in human geography
Subdiscipline Economic
geography
Sociocultural
geography
Urban
geography
Rural
geography
Human
geography
Sustainable
regional
development
Total
Number of programs 35 16 25 3 79 86 165
Funding amount
(104 yuan)
1658 871 1022 166 3717 3535 7252
Table 7  NSFC programs on climate change in subdisciplines of human geography
Figure 3  The growth of the number of NSFC programs on social and cultural geographies
Principal investigator Types of program Number of programs Funding amount (10,000 yuan)
Wang Xingzhong General Program 3 49.5
Li Zhigang Young Scientists Fund, General Program, Excellent Young Scientists Fund 5 309
He Shenjing Young Scientists Fund, General Program, Excellent Young Scientists Fund 4 269
Table 8  NSFC programs on social geography for main research teams
Research teams Types of program Number of programs Funding amount (10,000 yuan)
Zhu Hong Young Scientists Fund, General Program, Key Program 4 372
Principal team members Young Scientists Fund, General Program 11 310
Zhou Shangyi General Program 4 188
Principal team members Young Scientists Fund, General Program 2 98
Liu Peilin General Program 3 128
Principal team members General Program 2 132
Table 9  NSFC programs on cultural geography for main research teams
Discipline PIs in total PIs’ institutions PIs of Key Programs PIs of General Programs PIs of Young Scientists Fund PIs of Fund for Less Developed Regions
Human geography (including sustainable regional development) 1746 356 37 720 988 207
Human geography 1285 273 21 559 734 132
Table 10  Number of principal investigators (PIs) of NSFC programs in human geography
Figure 4  NSFC talent cultivation: the case of Zhou Yixing’s research team
Figure 5  NSFC talent cultivation: the case of Li Xiaojian’s research team
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