Spatially explicit assessment of heat health risk by using multi-sensor remote sensing images and socioeconomic data in Yangtze River Delta, China

@article{Chen2018SpatiallyEA,
  title={Spatially explicit assessment of heat health risk by using multi-sensor remote sensing images and socioeconomic data in Yangtze River Delta, China},
  author={Qian Chen and Mingjun Ding and Xuchao Yang and Kejia Hu and Jiaguo Qi},
  journal={International Journal of Health Geographics},
  year={2018},
  volume={17}
}
BackgroundThe increase in the frequency and intensity of extreme heat events, which are potentially associated with climate change in the near future, highlights the importance of heat health risk assessment, a significant reference for heat-related death reduction and intervention. However, a spatiotemporal mismatch exists between gridded heat hazard and human exposure in risk assessment, which hinders the identification of high-risk areas at finer scales.MethodsA human settlement index… 
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