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Bin Chen
Assistant Professor, The University of Hong Kong
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Substantial undocumented infection facilitates the rapid dissemination of novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)
R Li, S Pei, B Chen, Y Song, T Zhang, W Yang, J Shaman
Science 368 (6490), 489-493, 2020
44022020
An investigation of transmission control measures during the first 50 days of the COVID-19 epidemic in China
H Tian, Y Liu, Y Li, CH Wu, B Chen, MUG Kraemer, B Li, J Cai, B Xu, ...
Science 368 (6491), 638-642, 2020
21292020
Stable classification with limited sample: Transferring a 30-m resolution sample set collected in 2015 to mapping 10-m resolution global land cover in 2017
B Chen, B Xu, Z Zhu, C Yuan, HP Suen, J Guo, N Xu, W Li, Y Zhao, ...
Sci. Bull 64 (370-373), 3, 2019
9632019
Annual maps of global artificial impervious area (GAIA) between 1985 and 2018
P Gong, X Li, J Wang, Y Bai, B Chen, T Hu, X Liu, B Xu, J Yang, W Zhang, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 236, 111510, 2020
7112020
Influence of meteorological conditions on PM2. 5 concentrations across China: A review of methodology and mechanism
Z Chen, D Chen, C Zhao, M Kwan, J Cai, Y Zhuang, B Zhao, X Wang, ...
Environment international 139, 105558, 2020
3372020
Mapping essential urban land use categories in China (EULUC-China): Preliminary results for 2018
P Gong, B Chen, X Li, H Liu, J Wang, Y Bai, J Chen, X Chen, L Fang, ...
Science Bulletin 65 (3), 182-187, 2020
3212020
Mapping global urban boundaries from the global artificial impervious area (GAIA) data
X Li, P Gong, Y Zhou, J Wang, Y Bai, B Chen, T Hu, Y Xiao, B Xu, J Yang, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (9), 094044, 2020
3182020
Multi-source remotely sensed data fusion for improving land cover classification
B Chen, B Huang, B Xu
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 124, 27-39, 2017
1892017
Comparison of spatiotemporal fusion models: A review
B Chen, B Huang, B Xu
Remote Sensing 7 (2), 1798-1835, 2015
1892015
Dynamic assessments of population exposure to urban greenspace using multi-source big data
Y Song, B Huang, J Cai, B Chen
Science of the Total Environment 634, 1315-1325, 2018
1452018
Dynamic assessment of PM2. 5 exposure and health risk using remote sensing and geo-spatial big data
Y Song, B Huang, Q He, B Chen, J Wei, R Mahmood
Environmental Pollution 253, 288-296, 2019
1362019
Observed inequality in urban greenspace exposure in China
Y Song, B Chen, HC Ho, MP Kwan, D Liu, F Wang, J Wang, J Cai, X Li, ...
Environment International 156, 106778, 2021
1352021
How does urban expansion impact people’s exposure to green environments? A comparative study of 290 Chinese cities
Y Song, B Chen, MP Kwan
Journal of Cleaner Production 246, 119018, 2020
1322020
Earth transformed: detailed mapping of global human modification from 1990 to 2017
DM Theobald, C Kennedy, B Chen, J Oakleaf, S Baruch-Mordo, ...
Earth System Science Data 12 (3), 1953-1972, 2020
1252020
Spatially and temporally weighted regression: A novel method to produce continuous cloud-free Landsat imagery
B Chen, B Huang, L Chen, B Xu
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 55 (1), 27-37, 2016
1202016
Contrasting inequality in human exposure to greenspace between cities of Global North and Global South
B Chen, S Wu, Y Song, C Webster, B Xu, P Gong
Nature Communications 13 (1), 4636, 2022
1182022
Dynamic monitoring of the Poyang Lake wetland by integrating Landsat and MODIS observations
B Chen, L Chen, B Huang, R Michishita, B Xu
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 139, 75-87, 2018
1172018
Evaluating the “2+26” regional strategy for air quality improvement during two air pollution alerts in Beijing: variations in PM2.5 concentrations, source …
Z Chen, D Chen, W Wen, Y Zhuang, MP Kwan, B Chen, B Zhao, L Yang, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (10), 6879-6891, 2019
1062019
Real-Time Estimation of Population Exposure to PM2.5 Using Mobile- and Station-Based Big Data
B Chen, Y Song, T Jiang, Z Chen, B Huang, B Xu
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (4), 573, 2018
962018
The control of anthropogenic emissions contributed to 80 % of the decrease in PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing from 2013 to 2017
Z Chen, D Chen, MP Kwan, B Chen, B Gao, Y Zhuang, R Li, B Xu
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19 (21), 13519-13533, 2019
952019
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