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The suitability evaluation of urban human settlements is an important foundation to promote the sustainable development of urban human settlements. This paper took 11 prefecture-level cities in Hebei Province as the research area, and selected 18 indicators from four aspects of ecological environment quality, socio-economic status, living conditions, infrastructure and public services to construct an evaluation index system for the suitability evaluation of the human settlement environment in Hebei Province. The fuzzy clustering analysis method was used to divide the suitability of the human settlement environment in Hebei Province in 2017. The results showed that there are obvious regional differences of human settlement environment suitability in Hebei Province, the findings provide experience for the sustainable development of human settlement environment in Hebei Province.
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