Derrick Ho (Hung Chak Ho)
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An overview and comparison of machine-learning techniques for classification purposes in digital soil mapping
B Heung, HC Ho, J Zhang, A Knudby, CE Bulmer, MG Schmidt
Geoderma 265, 62-77, 2016
Mapping maximum urban air temperature on hot summer days
HC Ho, A Knudby, P Sirovyak, Y Xu, M Hodul, SB Henderson
Remote Sensing of Environment 154, 38-45, 2014
Estimating daily maximum air temperature from MODIS in British Columbia, Canada
Y Xu, A Knudby, HC Ho
International Journal of Remote Sensing 35 (24), 8108-8121, 2014
A comparison of urban heat islands mapped using skin temperature, air temperature, and apparent temperature (Humidex), for the greater Vancouver area
HC Ho, A Knudby, Y Xu, M Hodul, M Aminipouri
Science of the Total Environment 544, 929-938, 2016
Delineation of spatial variability in the temperature–mortality relationship on extremely hot days in greater Vancouver, Canada
HC Ho, A Knudby, BB Walker, SB Henderson
Environmental health perspectives 125 (1), 66-75, 2017
Microscale mobile monitoring of urban air temperature
PK Tsin, A Knudby, ES Krayenhoff, HC Ho, M Brauer, SB Henderson
Urban Climate 18, 58-72, 2016
A spatial framework to map heat health risks at multiple scales
HC Ho, A Knudby, W Huang
International journal of environmental research and public health 12 (12 …, 2015
Spatiotemporal influence of temperature, air quality, and urban environment on cause-specific mortality during hazy days
HC Ho, MS Wong, L Yang, W Shi, J Yang, M Bilal, TC Chan
Environment international 112, 10-22, 2018
Qualitative risk assessment of soil erosion for karst landforms in Chahe town, Southwest China: A hazard index approach
W Huang, HC Ho, Y Peng, L Li
Catena 144, 184-193, 2016
Using multiple disparate data sources to map heat vulnerability: Vancouver case study
M Aminipouri, A Knudby, HC Ho
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (3), 356-368, 2016
Evaluation of machine learning techniques with multiple remote sensing datasets in estimating monthly concentrations of ground-level PM2. 5
Y Xu, HC Ho, MS Wong, C Deng, Y Shi, TC Chan, A Knudby
Environmental Pollution 242, 1417-1426, 2018
Influences of socioeconomic vulnerability and intra-urban air pollution exposure on short-term mortality during extreme dust events
HC Ho, MS Wong, L Yang, TC Chan, M Bilal
Environmental pollution 235, 155-162, 2018
Urbanization and land‐use change: A human ecology of deforestation across the United States, 2001–2006
MT Clement, G Chi, HC Ho
Sociological Inquiry 85 (4), 628-653, 2015
Warming over the Tibetan Plateau in the last 55 years based on area-weighted average temperature
Y Xu, A Knudby, HC Ho, Y Shen, Y Liu
Regional Environmental Change 17 (8), 2339–2347, 2017
Population stress: A spatiotemporal analysis of population change and land development at the county level in the contiguous United States, 2001–2011
G Chi, HC Ho
Land use policy 70, 128-137, 2018
The Heat Exposure Integrated Deprivation Index (HEIDI): A data-driven approach to quantifying neighborhood risk during extreme hot weather
N Krstic, W Yuchi, HC Ho, BB Walker, AJ Knudby, SB Henderson
Environment international 109, 42-52, 2017
Characterizing prolonged heat effects on mortality in a sub-tropical high-density city, Hong Kong
HC Ho, KKL Lau, C Ren, E Ng
International journal of biometeorology 61 (22), 1935–1944, 2017
Estimation of continuous urban sky view factor from landsat data using shadow detection
M Hodul, A Knudby, HC Ho
Remote Sensing 8 (7), 568, 2016
Improving satellite aerosol optical Depth-PM2. 5 correlations using land use regression with microscale geographic predictors in a high-density urban context
Y Shi, HC Ho, Y Xu, E Ng
Atmospheric Environment 190, 23-34, 2018
Reconstruction of historical datasets for analyzing spatiotemporal influence of built environment on urban microclimates across a compact city
F Peng, MS Wong, HC Ho, J Nichol, PW Chan
Building and Environment 123, 649-660, 2017
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