Weiqi Zhou
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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
Impact of urbanization level on urban air quality: A case of fine particles (PM2. 5) in Chinese cities
L Han, W Zhou, W Li, L Li
Environmental Pollution 194, 163-170, 2014
Trees grow on money: urban tree canopy cover and environmental justice
K Schwarz, M Fragkias, CG Boone, W Zhou, M McHale, JM Grove, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0122051, 2015
Spatial pattern of greenspace affects land surface temperature: evidence from the heavily urbanized Beijing metropolitan area, China
X Li, W Zhou, Z Ouyang, W Xu, H Zheng
Landscape ecology 27, 887-898, 2012
An object‐oriented approach for analysing and characterizing urban landscape at the parcel level
W Zhou, A Troy
International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (11), 3119-3135, 2008
Effects of the spatial configuration of trees on urban heat mitigation: A comparative study
W Zhou, J Wang, ML Cadenasso
Remote Sensing of Environment 195, 1-12, 2017
Comparing machine learning classifiers for object-based land cover classification using very high resolution imagery
Y Qian, W Zhou, J Yan, W Li, L Han
Remote Sensing 7 (1), 153-168, 2014
Relationships between land cover and the surface urban heat island: seasonal variability and effects of spatial and thematic resolution of land cover data on predicting land …
W Zhou, Y Qian, X Li, W Li, L Han
Landscape ecology 29, 153-167, 2014
Relationship between land surface temperature and spatial pattern of greenspace: What are the effects of spatial resolution?
X Li, W Zhou, Z Ouyang
Landscape and Urban Planning 114, 1-8, 2013
Forty years of urban expansion in Beijing: What is the relative importance of physical, socioeconomic, and neighborhood factors?
X Li, W Zhou, Z Ouyang
Applied Geography 38, 1-10, 2013
Object-based land cover classification and change analysis in the Baltimore metropolitan area using multitemporal high resolution remote sensing data
W Zhou, A Troy, M Grove
Sensors 8 (3), 1613-1636, 2008
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
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
Evolution and future of urban ecological science: ecology in, of, and for the city
STA Pickett, ML Cadenasso, DL Childers, MJ Mcdonnell, W Zhou
Ecosystem health and Sustainability 2 (7), e01229, 2016
A multiscale analysis of urbanization effects on ecosystem services supply in an urban megaregion
J Wang, W Zhou, STA Pickett, W Yu, W Li
Science of the total environment 662, 824-833, 2019
Recreational visits to urban parks and factors affecting park visits: Evidence from geotagged social media data
S Zhang, W Zhou
Landscape and urban planning 180, 27-35, 2018
A new approach for land cover classification and change analysis: Integrating backdating and an object-based method
W Yu, W Zhou, Y Qian, J Yan
Remote Sensing of Environment 177, 37-47, 2016
Shifting concepts of urban spatial heterogeneity and their implications for sustainability
W Zhou, STA Pickett, ML Cadenasso
Landscape ecology 32, 15-30, 2017
City as a major source area of fine particulate (PM2. 5) in China
L Han, W Zhou, W Li
Environmental Pollution 206, 183-187, 2015
Spatiotemporal variation in PM2. 5 concentrations and their relationship with socioeconomic factors in China's major cities
X Zhao, W Zhou, L Han, D Locke
Environment international 133, 105145, 2019
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