Sen Li
Sen Li
School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Verified email at hust.edu.cn
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Relating farmer's perceptions of climate change risk to adaptation behaviour in Hungary
S Li*, L Juhász-Horváth, PA Harrison, L Pintér, MDA Rounsevell
Journal of Environmental Management 185, 21-30, 2017
572017
How natural capital delivers ecosystem services: A typology derived from a systematic review
A Smith*, PA Harrison, M Perez Soba, F Archaux, M Blicharska, B Egoh, ...
Ecosystem Services 26, 111–126, 2017
542017
A multi-level analysis of the relationship between environmental factors and questing Ixodes ricinus dynamics in Belgium
S Li*, P Heyman, C Cochez, L Simons, SO Vanwambeke
Parasites & Vectors 5, 149, 2012
532012
Consequences of landscape fragmentation on Lyme disease risk: A cellular automata approach
S Li*, N Hartemink, N Speybroeck, SO Vanwambeke
PloS one 7 (6), e39612, 2012
492012
Modelling the seasonality of Lyme disease risk and the potential impacts of a warming climate within the heterogeneous landscapes of Scotland
S Li*, L Gilbert, PA Harrison, MDA Rounsevell
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 13 (116), 20160140, 2016
282016
Abiotic determinants to the spatial dynamics of dengue fever in Guangzhou
S Li*, H Tao, Y Xu
Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health 25 (3), 239-247, 2013
242013
Agent-based modelling of the spatial pattern of leisure visitation in forests: A case study in Wallonia, south Belgium
S Li*, V Colson, P Lejeune, N Speybroeck, SO Vanwambeke
Environmental Modelling & Software 71, 111-125, 2015
202015
Integrated modelling of urban spatial development under uncertain climate futures: A case study in Hungary
S Li*, L Juhász-Horváth, S Pedde, L Pintér, MDA Rounsevell, PA Harrison
Environmental Modelling & Software 96, 251-264, 2017
192017
Impacts of deer management practices on the spatial dynamics of the tick Ixodes ricinus: A scenario analysis
S Li*, SO Vanwambeke, AM Licoppe, N Speybroeck
Ecological Modelling 276, 1-13, 2014
192014
Urban
Clarke* E, Frantzeskaki N, Li S, Rounsevell M, Terämä E
High-end climate change in Europe - Impacts, vulnerability and adaptation, 71-81, 2017
17*2017
A multi-agent-based, semantic-driven system for decision support in epidemic management
S Li*, WA Mackaness
Health Informatics Journal 21 (3), 195-208, 2015
162015
Organochlorine pesticides, polybrominated diphenyl ethers and polychlorinated biphenyls in surficial sediments of the Awash River Basin, Ethiopia
NB Dirbaba, S Li, H Wu*, X Yan*, J Wang*
PloS one 13 (10), e0205026, 2018
92018
Offshore renewable energy and nature conservation: The case of marine tidal turbines in Northern Ireland
JR Haslett*, M Garcia-Llorente, PA Harrison, S Li, PM Berry
Biodiversity and Conservation 27 (7), 1619–1638, 2018
92018
Modelling regional cropping patterns under scenarios of climate and socio-economic change in Hungary
S Li*, L Juhász-Horváth, L Pintér, MDA Rounsevell, PA Harrison
Science of the Total Environment 622, 1611-1620, 2018
92018
基于遥感与地理信息技术的登革热环境风险因子标识
李森, 陶海燕*, 秦雁, 徐勇
中华疾病控制杂志 14 (9), 869-873, 2010
9*2010
基于 RS-GIS 的登革热空间分布模型研究
李森, 陶海燕*, 徐勇
测绘与空间地理信息 31 (5), 56-59, 2008
8*2008
The implication of land-use/land-cover change for the declining soil erosion risk in the Three Gorges Reservoir Region, China
J Jiu, H Wu*, S Li*
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (10), 1865, 2019
72019
A resource-based habitat concept for tick-borne diseases
SO Vanwambeke*, S Li, NA Hartemink
Ecology and prevention of Lyme borreliosis, 205 - 216, 2016
72016
Lifestyle, habitat and farmers’ risk of exposure to tick bites in endemic area of tick-borne diseases in Hungary
S Li*, L Juhász-Horváth, A Trájer, L Pintér, MDA Rounsevell, PA Harrison
Zoonoses and Public Health 65 (1), e248–e253, 2018
62018
On the distance travelled for woodland leisure via different transport modes in Wallonia, south Belgium
S Li*, V Colson, P Lejeune, SO Vanwambeke
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 15, 123-132, 2016
62016
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