Ganlin Huang
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Does spatial configuration matter? Understanding the effects of land cover pattern on land surface temperature in urban landscapes
W Zhou, G Huang, ML Cadenasso
Landscape and urban planning 102 (1), 54-63, 2011
6262011
Object-based land cover classification of shaded areas in high spatial resolution imagery of urban areas: A comparison study
W Zhou, G Huang, A Troy, ML Cadenasso
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (8), 1769-1777, 2009
3082009
Is everyone hot in the city? Spatial pattern of land surface temperatures, land cover and neighborhood socioeconomic characteristics in Baltimore, MD
G Huang, W Zhou, ML Cadenasso
Journal of environmental management 92 (7), 1753-1759, 2011
2222011
Cumulative environmental vulnerability and environmental justice in California’s San Joaquin Valley
G Huang, JK London
International journal of environmental research and public health 9 (5 …, 2012
962012
People, landscape, and urban heat island: dynamics among neighborhood social conditions, land cover and surface temperatures
G Huang, ML Cadenasso
Landscape ecology 31 (10), 2507-2515, 2016
692016
90 years of forest cover change in an urbanizing watershed: spatial and temporal dynamics
W Zhou, G Huang, STA Pickett, ML Cadenasso
Landscape Ecology 26 (5), 645-659, 2011
672011
PM2.5 opened a door to public participation addressing environmental challenges in China
G Huang
Environmental Pollution 197, 313-315, 2015
662015
Heat-related mortality projections for cardiovascular and respiratory disease under the changing climate in Beijing, China
T Li, J Ban, RM Horton, DA Bader, G Huang, Q Sun, PL Kinney
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
502015
Urban landscape ecology: Past, present, and future
J Wu, C He, G Huang, D Yu
Landscape ecology for sustainable environment and culture, 37-53, 2013
392013
Spatial patterns and economic contributions of mining and tourism in biodiversity hotspots: A case study in China
G Huang, W Zhou, S Ali
Ecological Economics 70 (8), 1492-1498, 2011
372011
Land of risk/land of opportunity: Cumulative environmental vulnerability in California's San Joaquin Valley
J London, G Huang, T Zagofsky
Davis, CA: UC Davis Center for Regional Change, 2011
362011
Mapping in and out of “messes”: An adaptive, participatory, and transdisciplinary approach to assessing cumulative environmental justice impacts
G Huang, JK London
Landscape and Urban Planning 154, 57-67, 2016
322016
Small-scale co-management for the sustainable use of Xilingol Biosphere Reserve, Inner Mongolia
N Bijoor, WJ Li, Q Zhang, G Huang
Ambio, 25-29, 2006
312006
Mapping cumulative environmental effects, social vulnerability, and health in the San Joaquin Valley, California
G Huang, J London
American journal of public health 102 (5), 830-832, 2012
282012
Spatial heterogeneity of urban soils: the case of the Beijing metropolitan region, China
Q Mao, G Huang, A Buyantuev, J Wu, S Luo, K Ma
Ecological Processes 3 (1), 1-11, 2014
252014
Weak sustainability is not sustainable: Socioeconomic and environmental assessment of Inner Mongolia for the past three decades
C Shang, T Wu, G Huang, J Wu
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 141, 243-252, 2019
242019
Breathing the same air? Socioeconomic disparities in PM2. 5 exposure and the potential benefits from air filtration
G Huang, W Zhou, Y Qian, B Fisher
Science of The Total Environment 657, 619-626, 2019
222019
Contrary to common observations in the west, urban park access is only weakly related to neighborhood socioeconomic conditions in Beijing, China
X Tu, G Huang, J Wu
Sustainability 10 (4), 1115, 2018
202018
Collaboration, participation and technology: The San Joaquin valley cumulative health impacts project
JK London, TM Zagofsky, G Huang, J Saklar
Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement 4, 12-30, 2011
192011
Integrative modeling and strategic planning for regional sustainability under climate change
J Wu, C He, Q Zhang, D Yu, G Huang, Q Huang
Advances in Earth Science 29 (12), 1315-1324, 2014
182014
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