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The impact of extremely hot weather events on all-cause mortality in a highly urbanized and densely populated subtropical city: A 10-year time-series study (2006–2015)146
Microscale mobile monitoring of urban air temperature10
Mortality risk and burden associated with temperature variability in China, United Kingdom and United States: Comparative analysis of daily and hourly exposure metrics32
Vertical Gradient Variations in Radiation Budget and Heat Fluxes in the Urban Boundary Layer: A Comparison Study Between Polluted and Clean Air Episodes in Beijing During Winter17
A Data-Driven Framework for Walkability Measurement with Open Data: A Case Study of Triple Cities, New York35
Geospatial context of social and environmental factors associated with health risk during temperature extremes: Review and discussion37
Characterizing prolonged heat effects on mortality in a sub-tropical high-density city, Hong Kong35
Abandoned rural residential land: Using machine learning techniques to identify rural residential land vulnerable to be abandoned in mountainous areas122
Influence of Urban Green Space and Facility Accessibility on Exercise and Healthy Diet in Hong Kong36
Development of the Adjusted Wind Chill Equivalent Temperature (AWCET) for cold mortality assessment across a subtropical city: validation and comparison with a spatially-controlled time-stratified approach20
Mapping a pollution index for the transboundary Red River Valley, Asia, 2009–201110
Built Environment and Health Risk: A Perspective of Remote Sensing Applications23
Comparison of Machine Learning Algorithms for Retrieval of Water Quality Indicators in Case-II Waters: A Case Study of Hong Kong79
Spatiotemporal Prediction of Increasing Winter Perceived Temperature across a Sub-Tropical City for Sustainable Planning and Climate Change Mitigation65
Spatial variability of excess mortality during prolonged dust events in a high-density city: A time-stratified spatial regression approach28
Qualitative risk assessment of soil erosion for karst landforms in Chahe town, Southwest China: A hazard index approach14
Improving satellite aerosol optical Depth-PM 2.5 correlations using land use regression with microscale geographic predictors in a high-density urban context68
Mapping maximum urban air temperature on hot summer days17
Using multiple disparate data sources to map heat vulnerability: Vancouver case study24
Towards a Smart City: Development and application of an improved integrated environmental monitoring system35
Urbanization and Land-Use Change: A Human Ecology of Deforestation Across the United States, 2001-20069
Perceived differences in the (re)production of environmental deprivation between sub-populations: A study combining citizens’ perceptions with remote-sensed and administrative data33
Short-term impacts of ambient fine particulate matter on emergency department visits: Comparative analysis of three exposure metrics30
Population stress: A spatiotemporal analysis of population change and land development at the county level in the contiguous United States, 2001–201124
Corrigendum to "Mapping maximum urban air temperature on hot summer days" [Remote Sensing of Environment 154 (2014) 38-45]11
What is neighborhood deprivation? An empirical study under the context of urban vulnerability and resilience21
Urban Characteristics Influencing Health of Older People: What Matters26
A semi-empirical method for estimating complete surface temperature from radiometric surface temperature, a study in Hong Kong city27
An overview and comparison of machine-learning techniques for classification purposes in digital soil mapping46
The role of karst in engineering and environmental geosciences9
Remote sensing application and geospatial analysis to evaluate community health risk associated with weather-related air pollution events55
Coupling mobile phone data with machine learning: How misclassification errors in ambient PM2.5 exposure estimates are produced?1
Mortality risk of a future heat event across a subtropical city: implications for community planning and health policy21
Spatiotemporal analysis of regional socio-economic vulnerability change associated with heat risks in Canada26
Delineation of spatial variability in the temperature-mortality relationship on extremely hot days in greater Vancouver, Canada17
The effect of urban morphology on the solar capacity of three-dimensional cities17
Impact of information seeking, disaster preparedness and typhoon emergency response on perceived community resilience in Hong Kong14
Spatially differentiating the effects of long-term air pollution on specific causes of death from cardiovascular and respiratory mortality in Hong Kong: a territory-wide register-based study24
Suburban neighborhood environments and depression: A case study of Guangzhou, China19
A spatial framework to map heat health risks at multiple scales17
Spatiotemporal variability in long-term population exposure to PM2.5 and lung cancer mortality attributable to PM2.5 across the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region over 2010–2016: A multistage approach21
Characteristics and determinants of personal exposure to PM2.5 mass and components in adult subjects in the megacity of Guangzhou, China23
Characterizing spatiotemporal dynamics of anthropogenic heat fluxes: A 20-year case study in Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei region in China145
Warming over the Tibetan Plateau in the last 55 years based on area-weighted average temperature15
Neighborhood-based subjective environmental vulnerability index for community health assessment: Development, validation and evaluation88
The Heat Exposure Integrated Deprivation Index (HEIDI): A data-driven approach to quantifying neighborhood risk during extreme hot weather43
Individual- and community-level shifts in mortality patterns during the January 2016 East Asia cold wave associated with a super El Niño event: Empirical evidence in Hong Kong25
Fuzzy-based spatial modeling approach to predict island karst distribution: A conceptual model16
Neighbourhood green space, perceived stress and sleep quality in an urban population48
Urban environmental influences on the temperature–mortality relationship associated mental disorders and cardiorespiratory diseases during normal summer days in a subtropical city31
Characteristics of Fine Particulate Matter (PM2.5) over Urban, Suburban, and Rural Areas of Hong Kong26
A comparison of urban heat islands mapped using skin temperature, air temperature, and apparent temperature (Humidex), for the greater Vancouver area13
Influences of socioeconomic vulnerability and intra-urban air pollution exposure on short-term mortality during extreme dust events27
Spatial variability of geriatric depression risk in a high‐density city: A data‐driven socio‐environmental vulnerability mapping approach33
Retrieval of Urban Surface Temperature Using Remote Sensing Satellite Imagery79
Evaluation of risk perception, knowledge, and preparedness of extreme storm events for the improvement of coastal resilience among migrants: A lesson from Hong Kong19
Evaluation of machine learning techniques with multiple remote sensing datasets in estimating monthly concentrations of ground-level PM 2.542
Reconstruction of historical datasets for analyzing spatiotemporal influence of built environment on urban microclimates across a compact city21
Utilizing daily excessive concentration hours to estimate cardiovascular mortality and years of life lost attributable to fine particulate matter in Tehran, Iran25
High-Spatial-Resolution Population Exposure to PM2.5 Pollution Based on Multi-Satellite Retrievals: A Case Study of Seasonal Variation in the Yangtze River Delta, China in 201344
Under a changing climate: who are more vulnerable in the cities with high infrastructure resilience?25
Estimating daily maximum air temperature from MODIS in British Columbia, Canada18
Development and Application of Deprivation Indices for Urban Health Assessment45
Estimation of continuous urban sky view factor from landsat data using shadow detection19
Spatiotemporal influence of temperature, air quality, and urban environment on cause-specific mortality during hazy days30