Yi Cheng's research on "Human Activity Intensity and Its Spatial-Temporal Evolution in China’s Border Areas" has been published in Land as part of the Special Issue Land Use Change and Anthropogenic
Disturbances: Relationships, Interactions, and Management. In this researcha human activity intensity index (HAI) is proposed based on land cover, population density, and satellite-based nighttime light to investigate the human activity changes along China’s land boundary region from 1992 to 2020. More details can be found at https://www.mdpi.com/2073-445X/11/7/1089.   Congratulation to Yi Cheng! A job well done! 

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