标题：RETRACTED: Influence of Coastal Land Use Change to Land Surface Temperature (Retracted Article)
作者机构：[Ning, Jicai] Shandong Univ Finance & Econ, Jinan 250014, Peoples R China.
会议名称：International Conference on Energy and Environmental Science (ICEES)
来源：2011 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE-ICEES 2011
关键词：LUCC; Land Surface Temperature; Salt Water Intrusion; Laizhou Bay
摘要：Based on the same temporal remote sensing images of high resolution Landsat TM(ETM+), the land use and land cover change(LUCC) maps were acquired through visualization classification. Along with land use maps, two periods of LST(land surface temperature) were retrieved using method of atmospheric correction. To explain the influence of saltwater in coastal area, the study area was divided into three subregions of freshwater area, saltwater area, and transitional type water area according to corresponding salt water intrusion data over the past 20 years. The results showed that the area of culturing water and farmland increased significantly. At the same time, the area of beach and saline-alkali had a substantial reduction and the area of urban and rural settlements increased considerably. As the distance from the sea increasing (from saltwater area and transitional type water area to freshwater area), there was a decreasing trend in LST because of changes in vegetation cover and water surface area. With the influence of coastal economic development and salt water intrusion, the land use and land cover changed significantly, so did the land surface temperature. There was a decrease of LST in study area, the average LST was 30.72 degrees C in 1987 and 29.69 degrees C in 2000. The LST of 2000 reduced by 1.03 degrees C compared with that of 1987. Seawater intrusion significantly affected the spatial pattern of land cover and changes. LUCC was impacted evidently on the spatial distribution and changes of LST in the study area of Laizhou bay coastal areas. The change of LST is closely related to change of land use. This study would provide scientific reference and basis for decision making for ecological and environmental protection along coastal wetlands and beach land development. (C) 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd. Selection and/or peer-review under responsibility of the Organizers of 2011 International Conference on Energy and Environmental Science.