Luyi Tong
Luyi Tong
Department of Land Resources Management, China University of Geosciences (CUG)
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Urban boundary extraction and sprawl analysis using Landsat images: A case study in Wuhan, China
S Hu, L Tong, AE Frazier, Y Liu
Habitat International 47, 183-195, 2015
Exploring changes in landscape ecological risk in the Yangtze River Economic Belt from a spatiotemporal perspective
P Ran, S Hu, AE Frazier, S Qu, D Yu, L Tong
Ecological Indicators 137, 108744, 2022
Multi-order urban development model and sprawl patterns: An analysis in China, 2000–2010
L Tong, S Hu, AE Frazier, Y Liu
Landscape and Urban Planning 167, 386-398, 2017
Spatiotemporal dynamics of cultivated land and its influences on grain production potential in Hunan province, China
D Yu, S Hu, L Tong, C Xia
Land 9 (12), 510, 2020
Hierarchically measuring urban expansion in fast urbanizing regions using multi-dimensional metrics: A case of Wuhan metropolis, China
L Tong, S Hu, AE Frazier
Habitat International 94, 102070, 2019
Mixed accuracy of nighttime lights (NTL)-based urban land identification using thresholds: Evidence from a hierarchical analysis in Wuhan Metropolis, China
L Tong, S Hu, AE Frazier
Applied Geography 98, 201-214, 2018
Dynamics and determinants of the grain yield gap in major grain-producing areas: A case study in Hunan Province, China
D Yu, S Hu, L Tong, C Xia, P Ran
Foods 11 (8), 1122, 2022
Interaction between Urban Expansion and Variations in Residential Land Prices: Evidence from the Cities in China
S Yang, Y Zhou, S Fang, L Tong, S Hu
Journal of Urban Planning and Development 149 (2), 04023009, 2023
The Efficiency of Urban–Rural Integration in the Yangtze River Economic Belt and Its Optimization
G Muga, S Hu, Z Wang, L Tong, Z Hu, H Huang, S Qu
Sustainability 15 (3), 2419, 2023
Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Cultivated Land and Its Influences on Grain Production Potential in Hunan Province, China
Y De, S Hu, L Tong, C Xia
Land 9 (12), 1-22, 2020
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