Hua Qin
Hua Qin
Associate Professor of Sustainability and Development
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Conceptualizing urban vulnerability to global climate and environmental change
P Romero Lankao, H Qin
Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 3 (3), 142-149, 2011
Living with bark beetles: impacts, outlook and management options
T Hlásny, P Krokene, A Liebhold, C Montagné-Huck, J Müller, H Qin, ...
European Forest Institute, 2019
Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Europe: State of Knowledge and Ways Forward for Management
T Hlásny, L König, P Krokene, M Lindner, C Montagné-Huck, J Müller, ...
Current Forestry Reports, 1-28, 2021
Urban vulnerability to temperature-related hazards: A meta-analysis and meta-knowledge approach
P Romero-Lankao, H Qin*, K Dickinson
Global Environmental Change 22 (3), 670-683, 2012
Conceptualizing community resilience: Revisiting conceptual distinctions
D Matarrita-Cascante, B Trejos, H Qin, D Joo, S Debner
Community Development for Times of Crisis, 34-55, 2022
Rural-to-urban labor migration, household livelihoods, and the rural environment in Chongqing Municipality, Southwest China
H Qin
Human Ecology 38, 675-690, 2010
Exploration of health risks related to air pollution and temperature in three Latin American cities
P Romero-Lankao, H Qin*, M Borbor-Cordova
Social Science & Medicine 83, 110–118, 2013
Urban Big Data and Sustainable Development Goals: Challenges and Opportunities
A Kharrazi, H Qin, Y Zhang
Sustainability 8 (12), Article 1293, 2016
Labor out-migration and agricultural change in rural China: A systematic review and meta-analysis
H Qin, TF Liao
Journal of Rural Studies 47 (Part B), 533–541, 2016
Scale, urban risk and adaptation capacity in neighborhoods of Latin American cities
P Romero-Lankao, S Hughes, H Qin, J Hardoy, A Rosas-Huerta, ...
Habitat International 42, 224-235, 2014
Exploring the dynamic relationships between risk perception and behavior in response to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak
H Qin, C Sanders, Y Prasetyo, M Syukron, E Prentice
Social Science & Medicine, 114267, 2021
Culture Clash? Predictors of Views on Amenity‐Led Development and Community Involvement in Rural Recreation Counties
JD Ulrich‐Schad, H Qin
Rural Sociology, 2018
The association between rural–urban migration flows and urban air quality in China
H Qin, TF Liao
Regional Environmental Change 16 (5), 1375-1387, 2016
Capturing community context of human response to forest disturbance by insects: A multi-method assessment
H Qin, CG Flint
Human Ecology 38, 567-579, 2010
Household responses to climate-related hazards in four Latin American cities: A conceptual framework and exploratory analysis
H Qin, P Romero-Lankao, J Hardoy, A Rosas-Huerta
Urban Climate 14, 94-110, 2015
Households’ Adoption of Drought Tolerant Plants: An Adaptation to Climate Change?
Y Fan, L McCann, H Qin
Journal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 42 (2), 236–254, 2017
Linking local perceptions to the biophysical and amenity contexts of forest disturbance in Colorado
C Flint, H Qin, JP Ganning
Environmental Management 49 (3), 553-569, 2012
The Role of Acculturation and Social Capital in Access to Health Care: A Meta-study on Hispanics in the US
ME Rodriguez-Alcalá, H Qin, S Jeanetta
Journal of Community Health, 1-29, 2019
The Role of Information and Interaction Processes in the Adoption of Agriculture Inputs in Uganda
K Freeman, H Qin*
Agronomy 10 (2), 202, 2020
Newcomers and oldtimers: Do classification methods matter in the study of amenity migration impacts in rural America?
H Qin
Population and Environment 38 (1), 101-114, 2016
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