A case study of urban heat islands in the Carolinas

Urbanization tends to aggravate the negative effects of climate. The objective of this research is to aid in the understanding of the spatial variation of urban heat islands within selected cities in North and South Carolina. This understanding will help guide efforts to cool cities in order to increase human comfort, conserve energy and resources, and reduce air pollution in both of these states.

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King, Vereda Johnson; Davis, Cynthia. A case study of urban heat islands in the Carolinas.  Environmental Hazards 7 (2007) pp. 353-359(7)

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Cynthia Davies

Source: Environmental Hazards

Publication Date: January 2007

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