Urbanisation and human health in China: spatial features and a systemic perspective.

  title={Urbanisation and human health in China: spatial features and a systemic perspective.},
  author={Xinhu Li and Cuiping Wang and Guoqin Zhang and Lishan Xiao and Jane Dixon},
  journal={Environmental science and pollution research international},
  volume={19 5},
BACKGROUND, AIMS AND SCOPE Current studies have paid little attention to the dynamism in urban spatial expansion and its possible environmental and health effects or to the health effects of rapid urban environmental change at different points along the urbanisation gradient. This study adopts a public health ecology approach to systematically understand the relationship between urbanisation, urban environmental change and human health in China. METHOD Remote sensing image analysis, based on… CONTINUE READING

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